With the European Championship’s three-week run over and World Cup qualifying not resuming again until September, we turn our international attention to about 40 friendlies taking place in the United States and Canada over the next six weeks.

For ticket availability, starting times and venue information, the Google machine is your friend. TV information for many of the high-profile matches is in the planning stages.

If I have missed any matches, please let me know in the comments section and I will add them right away.

July 7: Monterrey vs. Olimpia in Houston (Robertson Stadium)

July 7: Pachuca vs. Club America in Chattanooga

July 8: Leon vs. Santos Laguna in Carson, Calif.

July 11: Club America vs. Cruz Azul in Dallas (Cotton Bowl)

July 15: Club America vs. Morelia in San Francisco (Candlestick)

July 18: Chelsea at Seattle Sounders

July 18: Aston Villa at Philadelphia Union

July 21: Aston Villa at Chicago Fire

July 21: Liverpool at Toronto FC

July 21: Nottingham Forest at Orlando City (cancelled)

July 22: Chelsea-Paris Saint-Germain in New York (Yankee Stadium)

July 22: Roma vs. Zaglebie Lubin in Chicago (Wrigley Field)

July 24: Tottenham Hotspur at Los Angeles Galaxy

July 24: Stoke City at Columbus Crew

July 24: Aston Villa at Portland Timbers

July 24: Montpellier at Sporting Kansas City

July 24: Swansea City at Colorado Rapids

July 24: Lyon at Montreal Impact

July 25: Liverpool vs. Roma in Boston (Fenway Park)

July 25: Chelsea vs. MLS all-stars in Chester, Pa.

July 27: Roma vs. El Salvador national team in Harrison, N.J.

July 28: Liverpool vs. Tottenham Hotspur in Baltimore

July 28: Chelsea vs. AC Milan in Miami

July 28: Paris Saint-Germain at D.C. United

July 28: Montpellier-Lyon in Harrison, N.J. (Trophee des Champions)

July 28: Nottingham Forest at Charleston Battery (cancelled)

July 28: Stoke City at Orlando City

July 28: Swansea City at Ventura County Fusion

July 28: Jamaica vs. Liberia in East Hartford, Conn.

July 31: Tottenham Hotspur at New York Red Bulls

July 31: Swansea City at San Jose Earthquakes

Aug. 1: Stoke City at Sporting Kansas City

Aug. 2: Real Madrid at Los Angeles Galaxy

Aug. 4: AC Milan vs. Olimpia (Honduras) in Foxborough, Mass.(Cruzeiro withdrew)

Aug. 5: Real Madrid vs. Santos Laguna in Las Vegas

Aug. 8: Real Madrid vs. AC Milan in New York (Yankee Stadium)

Aug. 11: Real Madrid-Celtic in Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field)

Aug. 11: El Salvador vs. Guatemala in Carson, Calif.

Aug. 15: Costa Rica vs. Peru in East Hartford, Conn.

Aug. 15: Ecuador vs. Chile in New York (Citi Field)

Aug. 15: El Salvador vs. Jamaica and Paraguay vs. Guatemala in Washington (doubleheader)

Aug. 15: Canada vs. Trinidad & Tobago in Lauderhill, Fla.

Aug. 16: Boca Juniors vs. America de Cali in Miami