LOS ANGELES (Tuesday 9 April 2019) – Tickets are now on sale to the public for the International Champions Cup 2019 (ICC) match at the Dignity Health Sports Park between Arsenal and FC Bayern on Wednesday 17th July (8.00 pm).
Fans can click here to purchase tickets for the game. All information relating to the venue and other ticket information can be found on the ICC website.
The seventh episode of the tournament includes world-class and revolutionary matches highlighted by the historic rivalry between Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid, which will be played out for the first time outside Europe on July 26th at the MetLife Stadium. This year's clubs include previous winners of the UEFA Champions League and all major European and Liga MX championships. Since its debut, this level of competition has established the ICC as a fixture in the football calendar and the start of the international football season. The match between Arsenal and FC Bayern will mark the fifth time that the tournament arrived in the Los Angeles area, including a match in 2013 at Dodger Stadium and matches in 2015, 2016 and 2018 at the Dignity Health Sports Park.
The games are scheduled between July 16th and August 10th for the presentation of the elite football teams of the world, including the Premier League, Serie A, LaLiga, Bundesliga and Liga MX: Real Madrid; Manchester United; Tottenham Hotspur; Arsenal; Like Rome; Juventus; AC Milan; Inter; Atlético de Madrid; FC Bayern; Benfica; and Chivas de Guadalajara.
The format of the tournament is consistent with last year's ICC. Each team will play three games, and the club with the most points at the end of the tournament will win the championship and receive the first trophy of the season. Each win in the regulation will result in three points and a draw will go straight to a shootout; the winning team in a shootout will receive two points and the losing team will receive one.
The tournament will host US-based matches in iconic locations in New York / New Jersey, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Chicago, Charlotte, Santa Clara, Houston, Arlington, Kansas City and Boston. Cardiff, London, Stockholm, Singapore and Shanghai will serve as guests for European and Asian matches.