International Champions Cup (Soccer) 2017

Final Table

FC Barcelona (Esp) (C)33000639
Manchester City (Eng)32001736
AS Roma (Ita)31110546
Manchester United (Eng)31101325
Juventus (Ita)31011554
Tottenham Hotspur (Eng)31002683
Paris St. Germain (Fra)30102582
Real Madrid (Esp)30012481
International Champions Cup (Soccer) 2017 [Reference: Compiled from results in 1]


DateHome TeamAway Team
19.07.2017Paris St. Germain1 (wp)AS Roma1 (lp)
20.07.2017Manchester City0Manchester United2
22.07.2017Tottenham Hotspur4Paris St. Germain2
22.07.2017FC Barcelona2Juventus1
23.07.2017Manchester United1 (2p)Real Madrid1 (1p)
25.07.2017AS Roma3Tottenham Hotspur2
26.07.2017Real Madrid1Manchester City4
26.07.2017Juventus3Paris St. Germain2
26.07.2017Manchester United0FC Barcelona1
29.07.2017FC Barcelona3Real Madrid2
29.07.2017Tottenham Hotspur0Manchester City3
30.07.2017Juventus1 (4p)AS Roma1 (5p)
International Champions Cup (Soccer) 2017 [Reference: 1]


The eight team International Champions Cup was won in 2017 by FC barcelona, as the Catalan side defeated Juventus 2-1, Manchester United 1-0 and Real Madrid 3-2 to finish in first on 9 points. Manchester City finished second with two wins and a loss, and AS Roma came third, winning their last two after losing to Paris St. Germain in the opening fixture on penalties.

Penalties decided the outcome of three games, including Manchester United’s win over Real Madrid, which helped them finish fourth. Juventus lost the other game which was decided by spot kicks, the final game of the tournament versus AS Roma, as they finished fifth. Tottenham Hotspur won their opening match 4-2 over Paris St. Germain, but only finished sixth after losing to AS Roma and Manchester City. rounding out the last two places were Paris St. Germain with one penalties victory over AS Roma, and in last place Real Madrid, with just the one point from a penalty loss to Manchester United.

The International Champions Cup is a prestigious Club Soccer Competition played throughout North America during the European Soccer offseason, and in the middle of the North American Soccer Season. It is the latest in a tradition stretching back to the 1960.



[1] Cuttone, Charles & Cuttone, Linda (2020) “International Champions Cup 2017” North American Soccer Guide 2018. Sports Vue Interactive LLC, USA. pg 294-295.


Thanks to Jason Caldwell & Paul Foley.

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