Sky has added the International Champions Cup to its sports line-up. The pay TV broadcaster will show up to 17 matches live from the three-week tournament in July in August, including matches featuring the champions of England, Spain, Germany, Scotland, Italy and France.
Coverage will include English Premier League champions Leicester City’s matches against Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Celtic
Sky Sports head of football Gary Hughes said: “After an incredible football season that no one will ever forget, it won’t be long until Sky Sports viewers can see some of Europe’s best teams and players, including Premier League champions Leicester City, back in action. The International Champions Cup adds to a fantastic summer of sport on Sky Sports and we can’t wait.”
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