Hey hey hey! Get the coffee brewing and come join us because we got Tottenham Hotspur preseason friendly football happening, direct from Singapore! Spurs are facing Juventus at the National Stadium in Singapore in the first of two matches in the International Champions Cup, a totally legitimate tournament that in no way is designed to make lots of money from international fans who want to see their favorite football teams play.
It’ll be the first opportunity to really see Tanguy Ndombele in action for Spurs, which will be exciting. Most of Spurs’ big stars are there as well, so expect to see the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, and more on the pitch at some point. But also expect to see a lot of youth team players who are hoping to get a shot at impressing the boss and maybe even earn some first team minutes.
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How to Watch
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Juventus (International Champions Cup)
Date: Sunday, July 21, 2019
Time: 7:30 a.m. ET, 12:30 p.m. BST
Location: National Stadium, Singapore
TV: ESPN2 (USA), Premier Sports 1 (UK), DAZN (Canada), beIN Sports 2/Kayo Sports/SBS Viceland (Australia), other listings at livesoccertv.com
Streaming: WatchESPN (USA), PremierPlayer HD (UK)
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