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The International Champions Cup returns for another instalment of pre-season football this summer.
Some of Europe's top teams will be competing once again, with the U.S. hosting all but five of the matches. Two venues have yet to be confirmed.
Among the returning participants are Manchester City, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain, while Portuguese giants Benfica are also back after last taking part ahead of the 2015/16 season.
Last season's competition saw Barcelona take home the U.S. trophy, and they will be looking to repeat the trick in late July and early August. The Catalan giants meet Tottenham Hotspur, Roma and AC Milan.
*Because of scheduling changes, there are now 17 teams taking part in 24 matches.