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Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, FC Barcelona


Buy International Champions Cup tickets to watch the live action of titan football clubs and superstar football players.

AS Roma, Celtic, Chelsea, FC Barcelona, Fiorentina, Inter Milan, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Paris Saint Germain, Porto, and Real Madrid will compete for the 2016 International Champions Cup in July and August.

The International Champions Cup is brimming with talent including Spanish La Liga superstars Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, and Andres Iniesta from Barcelona; and Cristiano Ronaldo, and Gareth Bale from Real Madrid. See all International Champions Cup Schedule, Fixtures, and Results at bottom of this blog post.

Liverpool v Barcelona International Champions Cup Tickets

Wembley Stadium in London will host its first ever ICC fixture when FC Liverpool play FC Barcelona on Saturday, August 6, 2016. Although Liverpool v Barcelona tickets are sold out, still has some premium ICC football tickets for the game. Click here to buy Liverpool v Barcelona International Champions Cup tickets now! Buy FC Barcelona tickets for the International Champions Cup, the 2016-17 Spanish La Liga season, Spanish Super Cup, Gampers Trophy match, and Champions League now.

Celtic v FC Barcelona Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Barcelona v Leicester City Friends Arena, Solna, Sweden
Liverpool v FC Barcelona Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom

Ten of Europe’s giant teams – FC Liverpool, FC Chelsea, Leicester City, AC Milan, Inter Milan, PSG, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Celtic will feature in the 2016 International Champions Cup that runs from July 23 – August 13. LiveFootballTickets has last minute International Champions Cup tickets for sale on their extensive online football tickets marketplace.

Under the management of new boss Jurgen Klopp, five time Ruropean Champions League winners Liverpool will be seeking revenge from Catalan side Barca having lost only two of the last games between the two titan sides. Buy FC Liverpool tickets for the International Champions Cup and the 2016-17 England Premier League.

Barcelona FC Update

One of the most powerful teams competing in the 2016 ICC is wealthy Spanish La Liga club FC Barcelona.

FC Barcelona was founded in 1899 with a deeply-rooted allegiance to Barcelona and Catalonia by Joan Gamper. FC Barcelona was put to the test by the Spanish Civil War and the subsequent victory for the Nationalist forces threatened the Club’s existence In the 1950’s.

Barcelona left their old ground Les Corts for Camp Nou in September of 1950.

With the arrival of Dutchman Johan Cruyff in 1974 the Blaugranes regained their place with the elite of European Football. In 1979 Barça won the European Cup Winners’ Cup for the first time, and three years later they repeated the feat. Their first European Cup came in 1992 with a victory over Sampdoria in the final that was played at Wembley Stadium in London. Johan Cruyff had returned to the club, this time as coach, and his assembled side, known as the ‘Dream Team’, also claimed yet another Cup Winners’ Cup and four consecutive league titles. The late 1990s brought more trophies in the form of another Cup Winners’ Cup and two consecutive league titles under Dutch coach Louis Van Gaal. The turn of the century brought changes at the club and stability was returned with the arrival of another Dutchman as coach, Frank Rijkaard. The former AC Milan player led the team to their second European Cup, now known as the Champions League, as well as two more league titles.

Success under Frank Rijkaard was the springboard for a period of unparalleled excellent under the Dutchman’s successor, Josep Guardiola. In 2009 the Club performed the extraordinary feat of winning all six major trophies they were competing for. Between 2008 and 2012 the football first team won amongst other things two more Champions League trophies, three league titles and a much awaited first World Club Cup title. Silverware came not just in football but also in the other sports at the Club such as basketball, handball, and roller hockey.

ICC History

In the summer of 2013, Stephen M. Ross and Relevent Sports organized the Guinness International Champions Cup (ICC), a competitive, world-class tournament. The inaugural edition featured eight top clubs across six U.S. cities - Real Madrid, Juventus, Chelsea FC, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Valencia, Everton and the LA Galaxy with the final in Miami won by Real Madrid against Chelsea with a crowd of 70,000 fans.

The second International Champions Cup in 2014 was twice the size across 13 cities in the US and Canada featuring giant clubs Real Madrid, Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, A.C. Milan, Roma, Inter Milan and Olympiacos who played three matches each in a round-robin format. Before a US record-breaking crowd of 109,318 fans at the University of Michigan's "Big House"; Manchester United defeated Real Madrid in the largest soccer match in U.S. history. More than 631,000 fans attended the tournament, with a global audience of over 80 million tuned in throughout 150 countries. ICC 2014 concluded as Manchester United finished an undefeated tournament with a 3-1 victory over Liverpool at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, FL.

The 2015 International Champions Cup took place in North America, Australia, and China. The round robin tournament at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia was won by Real Madrid. The Spanish side continued to China, playing 2014 ICC participants AC Milan and Inter Milan with games in Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Shanghai. In addition to the Melbourne and China based competitions, the 2015 International Champions Cup North America, held across 11 cities, included Manchester United, FC Barcelona, Chelsea FC, SL Benfica, ACF Fiorentina, Club América, the LA Galaxy, the New York Red Bulls, the San Jose Earthquakes, and champions Paris Saint-Germain.

The 2016 International Champions Cup will be played in Australia, China, and Europe bringing the best clubs in the world into four different continents. The ICC in 2016 will include Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Leicester City, AC Milan, Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Chelsea, Liverpool, Inter Milan, and Celtic across North America and Europe. The Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia will host Juventus FC, Tottenham Hotspur, Atlético de Madrid, and local A-League side Melbourne Victory. ICC China will include Manchester United v Manchester City in a first ever "Manchester Derby" played outside of the United Kingdom, as well as giant club Borussia Dortmund.

Do not miss the mouth-watering 2016 ICC games between FC Barcelona, Liverpool, Leicester City and Celtic! 

International Champions Cup Tickets

The very best International Champions Cup tickets for Barcelona, Leicester City, Celtic, and Liverpool FC are for sale now online at!

JUL 30 2016 International Champions Cup Celtic v FC Barcelona Tickets Aviva Stadium - Dublin, Republic of Ireland
AUG 3 2016 International Champions Cup Barcelona v Leicester City Tickets Friends Arena - Solna, Sweden
AUG 6 2016 International Champions Cup Liverpool v FC Barcelona Tickets Wembley Stadium - London, United Kingdom

International Champions Cup Results

Wednesday, July 27
Real Madrid 1-3 PSG -- Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio, U.S. 
Bayern Munich 3-4 AC Milan -- Soldier Field, Chicago, Ill., U.S. 
Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool -- Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif., U.S. 
Thursday, July 28
Borussia Dortmund 1-2 Manchester City -- Longgang Stadium, Shenzhen, China

International Champions Cup Schedule, Fixtures

Friday, July 29
Tottenham v Atletico Madrid -- Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia 
Saturday, July 30
Celtic v Barcelona -- Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland 
Real Madrid v Chelsea -- University of Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich., U.S. 
Inter Milan vs. Bayern Munich -- Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, N.C., U.S. 
Liverpool vs. AC Milan -- Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif., U.S. 
PSG vs. Leicester -- StubHub Center, Carson, Calif., U.S. 
Wednesday, August 3
Barcelona vs. Leicester City -- Friends Arena, Solna, Sweden 
Bayern Munich vs. Real Madrid -- MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J., U.S. 
AC Milan vs. Chelsea -- U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minn., U.S. 
Saturday, August 6
Liverpool vs. Barcelona -- Wembley Stadium, London, England 
Saturday, August 13
Inter Milan vs. Celtic -- Thomond Park, Limerick, Ireland