Tottenham Hotspur vs AC Milan live stream: how to watch today's football online

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Spurs vs AC Milan - where and when

Tottenham Hotspur and AC Milan will do battle in the venue that held this year's Super Bowl - the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

It takes place at 1.30am BST in the early hours of Wednesday morning (August 1) - so that's 7.30pm local time Tuesday evening (8.30pm ET, 5.30pm PT).

As Tottenham Hotspur and AC Milan both prepare for potentially era defining seasons, they first must go head-to-head in the International Champions Cup. And we'll tell you how to live stream the football from absolutely anywhere.

For Spurs, it feels like the last few seasons of promise need to finally bear fruit if they want to keep hold of star striker Harry Kane and manager Mauricio Pochettino. They've come close before, but can they challenge Manchester City for the Premier League title this time around?

It feels like AC Milan have been in the wilderness for some time now - it's now been seven years since they last won the Scudetto. It was another sixth place finish for them last season, so Gennaro Gattuso's men will want a positive pre-season to take into the Serie A season.

Without any traditional broadcasters picking up the games, you've come to the right place to find out where to live stream Tottenham Hotspur vs AC Milan. Or head here for advice on watching all of the International Champions Cup football.

Use a VPN to live stream Spurs vs AC Milan from anywhere

It's no big surprise to discover that a lot of countries don't have a broadcaster that's picked up the rights to show the International Champions Cup football. The UK and US are two exceptions (more details on which below), but if you're somewhere that isn't showing it then you can use a VPN to login to a region that is broadcasting the game. And it's really easy to do:

How to stream Tottenham Hotspur vs AC MIlan live in the UK 

How to watch AC MIlan vs Spurs: US live stream 

International Champions Cup 2018 format

18 teams, two weeks, a league may have guessed that this isn't your regulation kind of football tournament.

Each team plays three matches with 3 points for a win in 90 minutes, 2 points for a win on penalties, 1 point for a loss on penalties and 0 points for a loss. Whoever has the most points when all the matches are completed is the International Champions Cup winner, with head-to-head being the tie breaker if the top teams are level on points.

Adam Marshall

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