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AS Roma to hold open training at Harvard University

Here’s how you can watch I Giallorossi practice during the International Champions Cup.

AS Roma v Juventus FC - Serie A
Roma forward Radja Nainggolan (center) celebrates scoring a goal with Stefan El Shaarawy (left) during a Serie A match vs. Juventus in May.
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Three-time Serie A champions AS Roma will host one of its storied rivals, Juventus, in Foxboro later this month. The match will serve as the final fixture in the International Champions Cup, a tournament that pits eight Europen clubs against one another for a series of friendlies.

And leading up to the match, fans can watch Roma train at Harvard University.

Trainings sessions will take place twice a day—9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.—from July 20-30 (the team will not train July 25, when it travels to Red Bull Arena to play Tottenham). Fans who want to attend can visit Harvard University’s Ohiri Field, located on the east side of Soldiers Field Athletic Area.

For Roma, this trip marks the second time in as many years that Harvard has served as home base for a set of friendlies. The club made a pit stop in Boston last summer during the 2016 International Champions Cup.

This time around, Roma will play matches against Paris Saint-Germain (July 19 in Detroit, Mich.), Tottenham (July 25 in Harrison, N.J.) and Juventus (July 30 in Foxboro, Mass.).