Is it still a Madrid Derby if it’s played in New Jersey?
That’s one of the questions inspired by Wednesday’s release of the 2019 International Champions Cup schedule, which includes Premier League sides Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, and Manchester United.
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Spurs will play Juventus in Singapore, Manchester United in Shanghai, and Inter Milan at home in London.
United will also play AC Milan in Wales and Inter in Singapore.
Arsenal meets Bayern Munich in California, and AS Roma in Charlotte.
Notably, The New York Times says Juventus will not visit the United States “in part” because of the rape charges against the star forward.
Roma v. Chivas Guadalajara – Bridgeview, Ill.
Arsenal v. Bayern Munich – Carson, Calif.
Manchester United v. Inter Milan – Singapore
Arsenal v. Roma – Charlotte
Bayern Munich v. Real Madrid – Houston
Benfica v. Chivas Guadalajara – Santa Clara, Calif.
Juventus v. Spurs – Singapore
Real Madrid v. Arsenal – Landover, Md.
Bayern Munich v. AC Milan – Kansas City
Chivas Guadalajara v. Atlético Madrid – Arlington, Texas
Juventus v. Inter Milan – China
Roma v. Benfica – Harrison, N.J.
Spurs v. Manchester United – Shanghai
Real Madrid v. Atlético Madrid – East Rutherford, N.J.
AC Milan v. Benfica – Foxborough, Mass.
Manchester United vs. AC Milan – Cardiff, Wales
Spurs vs. Inter Milan – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Atlético Madrid vs. Juventus – Stockholm