International Champions Cup 2019: Where to Watch Arsenal, Real Madrid and Guadalajara Pre-season Matches in U.S., Dates, TV Channels

The U.S. is again set to host a number of high profile friendlies this summer, as European soccer heavyweights fine-tune their preparation ahead of the upcoming season.

Arsenal and Liverpool headline the list of Premier League clubs heading across the Atlantic, while Manchester United play in Australia, Singapore and China.

The latter will also host Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur, while Frank Lampard takes Chelsea to Japan as he prepares for his first Premier League campaign as a manager.

Aside from Arsenal, U.S. fans will be able to watch other European soccer royalty in the International Champions Cup, with the likes of Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich and A.C. Milan all in action.

The former has already spent over $340 million this summer to sign the likes of Eden Hazard from Chelsea and Luka Jovic from Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt, while Ferland Mendy joined from Olympique Lyon and Eder Militao and Rodrygo arrived from Porto and Santos respectively.

Its local rivals, Atletico, has lost Antoine Griezmann to Barcelona but splashed a club record $141 million to sign Portuguese wonderkid Joao Felix from Benfica.

Atletico also waved goodbye to Lucas Hernandez, who signed for Bayern in a $90 million deal.

Here's everything you need to know about this summer's tournament.

Eden Hazard, Real Madrid
Eden Hazard of Real Madrid is seen in Real Madrid jersey prior to the press conference of Real Madrid at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on June 13 in Madrid, Spain. TF-Images/Getty

When is the International Champions Cup?

The preseason tournament begins on July 16 and will run until Saturday, August 10.

Where is the International Champions Cup?

The tournament takes place across the U.S., Britain, Singapore, China and Sweden, with the latter hosting just one game.

Games in the U.S. will be played across 11 venues, including MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey and NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, as well as Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Which teams are in the International Champions Cup?

The Premier League will be represented by Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, while 13-time European Cup winners Real Madrid and its local rivals Atletico Madrid make up the Spanish contingent.

Serie A giants Juventus, Inter Milan and A.C. Milan all take part along with Fiorentina, while Benfica and Bayern Munich represent Portugal and Germany respectively. Guadalajara is Mexico's only representative.

Arsenal, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich, Benfica, Guadalajara, Fiorentina and A.C. Milan will all play in the U.S.

TV coverage

All the games of the International Champions Cup will be broadcast live across ESPN's channels.

Live stream

All International Champions Cup games will be available via ESPN's digital platforms and the WatchESPN app.