Watch Guinness International Champions Cup live on Sky Sports this summer

Last Updated: 04/02/14 3:29pm

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Sky Sports will show this summer's Guinness International Champions Cup, which features eight of Europe's biggest clubs.

The pre-season tournament, which includes major clubs from four different leagues and takes place across the USA, will be part of Sky Sports' line-up of live sport this summer.

The Guinness International Champions Cup begins on July 26 and includes Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United from the Premier League together with Real Madrid from La Liga, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Roma from Serie A and Olympiakos from the Greek Super League.

The tournament is the latest addition to a summer of live sport across six channels on Sky Sports that includes live Test cricket, F1 Grand Prix, golf Majors, and Super League.

The tournament will be played in 13 cities across the USA over two weeks during July and August. Teams will be divided into two groups where they will play each other once before the group winners go head-to-head in a final.

Sky Sports will show live coverage of the tournament including the final on August 4 from Miami's Sun Life Stadium.

The eight teams feature five of the 2013-14 Ballon D'or nominees, including winner Cristiano Ronaldo, and have won a total of 150 domestic league titles, 88 domestic cups and 27 European Cup titles between them making it the highest amount of football talent ever assembled for a pre-season tournament, and ensuring the best pre-season football coverage for Sky Sports viewers.

The tournament kicks an incredible season of live football for Sky Sports, offering subscribers more matches than ever before.

Viewers will be able to enjoy 116 exclusively live matches from the Barclays Premier League, 112 matches from the Sky Bet Football League including playoffs and all three Finals, 30 matches from the Scottish Premier League, live coverage of the UEFA Champions League including the semi-finals and final, over 100 matches from Spain's La Liga, and coverage of all home nations' qualifiers for Euro 2016.

Viewers can also enjoy a range of additional football programming including The Footballers' Football Show, The Fantasy Football Club, Soccer Saturday, Soccer AM, Goals on Sunday, FL72 and Revista de la Liga.