Chelsea, Manchester United, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain will all compete in the 2015 International Champions Cup in the United States this summer.
The quartet will be joined at the pre-season tournament by fellow European clubs Porto and Fiorentina, Mexican outfit Club America and MLS' the New York Red Bulls, the LA Galaxy and the San Jose Earthquake.
The ICC announced the full fixture list on Tuesday, along with the dates and the venues for the various clashes:
The format has changed somewhat for this year's tournament. While last year the Red Devils prevailed in a final against Liverpool after a group stage, 2015 will see a league format utilised.
Each team will play four matches, and the club with the most points after all of the fixtures will be crowned champions.
Three points will be awarded for a win in regulation time, while a draw will lead straight to a penalty shootout, the winner of which will receive two points and the loser will receive one, per Christopher Harris of World Soccer Talk.
There are some mouth-watering prospective fixtures, with Barca and PSG both set to meet Chelsea and United during the tournament.