Liverpool U.S. Tour 2019: Where to Watch Champions League Winners' American Matches, Dates, TV Channels

Soccer fans in the U.S. will be able to watch some of European soccer's biggest clubs in action this summer, with a number of teams playing preseason matches this side of the Atlantic.

Arsenal and Liverpool will represent the Premier League, with both teams set to play three games each in the U.S. beginning this week.

While the Gunners will compete in the International Champions Cup along with the likes of Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich and Guadalajara, Liverpool will not take part in the tournament.

The Reds, who won a sixth European Cup crown in June, will instead face Sevilla, Borussia Dortmund and Sporting Lisbon, before heading back to the U.K. later this month.

Here's everything you need to know about Liverpool's U.S. tour

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Rhian Brewster of Liverpool celebrates his goal with James Milner of Liverpool during the Pre-Season Friendly match between Tranmere Rovers and Liverpool at Prenton Park on July 11 in Birkenhead, England. Jan Kruger/Getty

Where and when is Liverpool playing?

Liverpool will play three games in the U.S., beginning with a match against Borussia Dortmund on Friday, July 19 at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana, with kick-off scheduled for 8 p.m. ET.

The Reds will then take on Sevilla at Fenway Park in Boston on Sunday, July 21 at 6 p.m. ET and conclude their U.S. tour with a game against Sporting Lisbon on Wednesday, July 24 at 8 p.m. at Yankee Stadium in New York City.

TV coverage

Liverpool's three preseason friendlies in the U.S. will all be broadcast on TNT.

Live stream

Each Liverpool's three preseason fixtures in the U.S. will be available via TNT's digital platforms.

Team news

Liverpool is yet to officially confirm its squad for the U.S. tour, but Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah are unlikely to be included, due to their involvement in the Africa Cup of Nations.

The former will lead Senegal in the final against Algeria on Friday, while the latter played his last competitive game on July 6, when Egypt was knocked out of the tournament by Ivory Coast.

Similarly, Alisson and Roberto Firmino could be given an extended break after helping Brazil win a first Copa America in 12 years earlier this month.

So far this summer, Jurgen Klopp has given some of the young players in his squad a chance to impress and is expected to do so again once the Champions League winners touch down in the U.S.

On Sunday, Liverpool continued their preseason with a 3-1 win over third-tier side Bradford City, courtesy of two goals from James Milner and one from Rhian Brewster, to make it two wins in two preseason games.

"For the first 30 minutes I would say we were very confident, we did the right things in the right moments," the Liverpool manager told Sky Sports.

"Then we lost rhythm and didn't get it back, to be honest. It looked a bit more rusty, but that's how it is in pre-season very often, taking the wrong decisions and all that stuff."

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