La Liga champions Barcelona meet Premier League winners Leicester City in the International Champions Cup on August 3 at the Friends Arena in Stockholm.
Leicester conclude their participation in the competition after a 6-5 win over Celtic on penalties after a 1-1 draw in Glasgow, and 4-0 loss to Paris-Saint Germain in Los Angeles.
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It is Barcelona's second match after their 3-1 win over Celtic in Dublin. They finish the pre-season tournament with a match against Liverpool at Wembley on Saturday.

Where is it?

At the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden.

What time does it kick-off?

It starts at 8pm local time which is a 7pm kick-off in the United Kingdom.

Where can I get tickets?

You can get tickets for the 50,000-capacity stadium on the official website which is here.

Where can I watch it?

You can watch it on Sky Sports 1 HD with coverage beginning at 6:45pm. We will have live minute-by-minute coverage on


“I think it’s a good experience for us. PSG is a good team that is building to win the Champions League," said Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri after the 4-0 defeat to Paris-Saint Germain in Los Angeles. "They have a big squad with big players and for our players it was a good experience. “They are a little ahead of us in their preparation (for the season). We wanted to press them, but it was difficult.

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“When you go to press and you don’t arrive at the right time, they move the ball quickly away from you.
“Maybe if we had scored a goal when we had the chance at the start of the second half, maybe we can change something, but it was a good, good experience. A bad result, but I think we can improve from this defeat.”

Team news

Barcelona have added Sergio Busquets and Javier Mascherano to their squad following the 3-1 friendly win over Celtic in Dublin on Saturday. Ter Stegen, Bravo, Rakitic, Vermaelen, Pique, Douglas, Alba and Iniesta all remain in Spain.
Leicester take a squad of 18 to Sweden, and are expected to rotate.
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