The Champions are coming.
Five of La Liga, Serie A, and Liga MX’s most storied clubs descend on America’s Southwest and West Coast this summer – for an unforgettable showcase of legends and champions, new signings, the brightest stars of the game, and rivalries both new… and classic.
From Friday, July 22 to Saturday, July 30, fans in Las Vegas, Dallas, San Francisco, and Los Angeles will join in the passion of soccer at the highest level – be among them as European soccer returns emphatically to the States.
Allegiant Stadium. Oracle Park.
The Cotton Bowl Stadium.
The Rose Bowl Stadium.
Matches throughout the Soccer Champions Tour will take place at these four iconic venues, each with their own unique place in furthering soccer’s popularity in the United States – World Cup finals, to Continental tournaments, and countless other competitive and friendly matches featuring some of the biggest clubs in the world.
Madrid. Barca. Juve.
Known globally by one word, one kit color, or their countless instantly recognizable players. Together these Champions have amassed a trophy cabinet featuring 10 Club World Cups, 45 Continental Cups, and 108 Domestic Cups. They have topped their respective leagues at least 19 times each, for a total of 137 titles – including the most recent hardware, for Real Madrid, winners of La Liga and the UEFA Champions League in 2022.