City will kick off their tour at Chicago's Soldier Field on July 20 with a match against Borussia Dortmund.
Stand-out fixtures include rematches of three Champions League quarter-finals, with Liverpool up against City, Roma looking to repeat their defeat of Barcelona, and Madrid and Juventus going head-to-head for the first time since their contentious clash.
"The facilities, venues and fixtures will give the manager and team the ideal preparation for the 2018-19 campaign, whilst also giving our fans in the USA the chance to watch their team live".
The game against AC Milan is scheduled for July 25 before matches against Liverpool on July 28 and Madrid on July 31.
These three teams will join another 15 top, European clubs who will also compete in the ICC that take place in the United States and Europe with a more competitive championship format which has the coveted overall champion title up for grabs and bragging rights.
"These fixtures are against top quality sides and will form an important part of our preparations as we look to arrive in the best possible condition for the start of the 2018-19 season".
Arsenal, Atlético de Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain who do not often encounter each other in Europe, will take delight in the match-ups in front of their Asian fans at the National Stadium on 26 July, 28 July and 30 July.