The schedule for the 2019 International Champions Cup has been confirmed, and once again the pre-season tournament will pit some of the world's best teams against one another.
This year, 12 teams will participate across 18 fixtures, starting on July 16 and ending on August 10:
Here's the full schedule:
Roma vs. Chivas (Seatgeek Stadium, Bridgeview, Illinois)
Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich (Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California)
Manchester United vs. Inter Milan (National Stadium, Singapore)
Benfica vs. Chivas (Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California)
Arsenal vs. Roma (Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina)
Bayern vs. Real Madrid (NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas)
Juventus vs. Tottenham Hotspur (National Stadium, Singapore)
Real Madrid vs. Arsenal (Fedex Field, Landover, Maryland)
Bayern vs. AC Milan (Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri)
Chivas vs. Atletico Madrid (Globe Life Park, Arlington, Texas)
Juventus vs. Inter (Nanjing Olympic Sports Complex, Nanjing, China)
Roma vs. Benfica (Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey)
Tottenham vs. Manchester United (Hongkou Football Stadium, Shanghai)
Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey)
AC Milan vs. Benfica (Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts)
Manchester United vs. AC Milan (Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Wales)
Tottenham vs. Inter (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London)
Atletico Madrid vs. Juventus (Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden)
The action will take place across three continents, with 11 games played in the United States, three in Europe and four in Asia.
The Premier League will be represented by Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, while Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid are there as La Liga's representatives.
Four teams from Serie A—Juventus, Roma, AC Milan and Inter Milan—will be joined by Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich and Portuguese side Benfica once again.
Mexican outfit Chivas are the only participating team from outside Europe.
Last year, Tottenham were crowned champions ahead of Borussia Dortmund and Inter on goal difference after winning two of their three matches and losing the other on penalties.