Manchester City will meet neighbours Manchester United, Premier League rivals Spurs, and Europe’s most successful club, Real Madrid, in the prestigious International Champions Cup this summer.
City’s three games will take place on July 20 (vs. United), July 26 (vs. Real Madrid) and July 29 (vs. Spurs) at large stadiums across the United States.
The location of the first non-Manchester based derby is to be determined, but the Madrid game will be held at the Los Angeles Coliseum and the Spurs game at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville.
All three games will be televised on ESPN in the States.
Information known so far:
Manchester City vs. Manchester United – July 20 at 10pm ET (ESPN)
Manchester City vs. Real Madrid – July 26 at 11:30pm ET (ESPN)
Location: LA Coliseum, Los Angeles
Manchester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur – July 29 at 6pm ET (ESPN2)
Location: Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee