Manchester United will go head to head with Champions League titleholder, Real Madrid at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, U.S. today, while Arsenal will meet longtime rival, Chelsea in the International Champions Cup.
The competition is one most followed pre-season championships and it features some of the best teams in the world.
Startimes Nigeria says it will air all of the International Champions Cup (ICC) matches live and in HD for the entertainment of its teeming subscribers on StarTimes World Football and Sports Focus.
Tomorrow, Nigerians will enjoy top-class actions series from the top teams as Barcelona also reignites its rivalry with AS Roma, who beat the La Liga giant at the Champions league round of 16.
Other fixtures includes include Tottenham versus AC Milan and Benfica versus Lyon.
The competition takes place over three weeks in 22 venues on three continents and sees 18 teams participating, with each club playing three games and the club with the best record being crowned the 2018 International Champions Cup winner.
According to the Pay TV company, non-subscribers are not left out as all the matches can be watched live and in HD on StarTimes mobile App, which can be downloaded from the Android and iOS app store with over two million downloads since it became available in Nigeria