Zinedine Zidane's Madrid will kick off their tour at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium against United on July 31 before facing Juve on August 4 at the FedEx Field in Washington, DC.
Supported by Visit Abu Dhabi, the tour takes us across the Atlantic for the second successive year, as we again prepare for the new Premier League season by competing in the International Champions Cup. The teams, schedule and more were announced in Miami on Tuesday morning, and it will feature two league winners in Manchester City and Bayern Munich and the four teams remaining in the Champions League semifinals - Bayern, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Roma.
The International Champions Cup, the premier summer preseason competition, is returning to the United States this summer with a bunch of quality matches. Real will make its way up the East Coast, starting in Miami to face Manchester United, then coming to D.C. and finishing at the Meadowlands to play Roma.
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They then face AC Milan on July 25 before they take on rivals Liverpool three days later at "The Big House" in MI, where United set a record USA soccer attendance of 109,318 against Real Madrid in 2014.
City end their tour three days later at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium against Guardiola's former club Bayern.
The game against AC Milan is scheduled for July 25 before matches against Liverpool on July 28 and Madrid on July 31. The game is expected to being at 4 p.m. Up next for Zinedine Zidane's men is a tie against their UEFA Champions League quarter-final opponent Juventus in Landover, Maryland, on August 4. The last time Real faced Roma was also in European competition, back in 2016.