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USA Tour: Man City to take on Spurs in Nashville

NISSAN STADIUM: City will take on Spurs in Nashville

NISSAN STADIUM: City will take on Spurs in Nashville

Manchester City will take on Tottenham in Nashville as part of this summer’s 2017 International Champions Cup presented by Heineken.

The match will take place at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, 29 July and shown live on ESPN.

In addition to being the home of the Tennessee Titans, the Nissan Stadium has been host to several major events including college bowl games, major music concerts and top tier international and club soccer matches.

Starting with Nissan Stadium’s inaugural soccer match between the LA Galaxy and Tecos UAG, Nissan Stadium has hosted the men’s and women’s United States national teams and numerous CONCACAF and Olympic qualifying matches.

In 2011, Nissan Stadium hosted a between the United States and Paraguay that held the record for the largest attended match in state history until recently topping that record in 2015 with the match between the United States and Guatemala.

Fans can follow the ICC on social media at @intchampionscup for exclusive content and announcements, and join the conversation using #2017ICC.

Supporters can a also sign up for up news, updates and ticket information www.internationalchampionscup.com.

Further information will be released in due course.

Men's Team

Sagna proud of City character

Bacary Sagna

Bacary Sagna says Manchester City’s recovery from a goal down in the 1-1 draw against Liverpool on Sunday was a “vital” show of squad unity.

Men's Team

Sagna proud of City character

FIGHTING SPIRIT: Sagna is impressed with the character in the City squad

Bacary Sagna says Manchester City’s recovery from a goal down in the 1-1 draw against Liverpool on Sunday was a “vital” show of squad unity.

Bacary Sagna reacts to City's draw with Liverpool

Media Watch

Stones hails Guardiola's 'great quality'

LEARNING: John Stones receives some instructions from the boss.

Premier League action may have ground to a halt to allow for a round of international fixtures, but the English media machine continues to keep an eye on all things Manchester City.

John Stones leads the way in our compilation of today’s City-centric headlines, whiles there’s also quotes from a Bacary Sagna and reports of a target in Portugal.