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City's US tour: Key info

City are on their way to the USA to take part in the 2017 International Champions Cup, presented by Heineken.

The Blues will take on Manchester United in one of three fixtures scheduled - and that game will be the first time in history the sides have met overseas.

The match will take place at the NRG Stadium this Thursday, 20 July with City also set to face Tottenham and Real Madrid in this, the fifth International Champions Cup.

City will take on Tottenham at Nashville's Nissan Stadium and Real Madrid in Los Angeles as Pep Guardiola fine tunes his squad ahead of the 2017/18 campaign.

Visit our dedicated US tour page here

Supporters can visit at www.internationalchampionscup.com for access to buy tickets.

Man City US Tour fixtures:

Thursday, July 20

Manchester United. v Manchester City F.C. – 8.30pm CDT 

Wednesday July 26

Real Madrid v Manchester City – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum; Los Angeles, California - 8pm PCT 

Saturday, July 29

Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur – Nissan Stadium; Nashville, Tennessee - 5pm CDT


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