NEWS | 19/06/2017The Whites are set to contest the International Champions Cup and will also face an MLS All-Stars team.
Real Madrid have now confirmed the sides they are set to face during this summer's US tour. For a fifth successive year, the Whites will take part in the International Champions Cup, in which they will come up against Manchester United, Manchester City and Barcelona. In addition, Zinedine Zidane's charges will also pit their wits against a side made up of the top players from Major League Soccer (MLS).
As for the International Champions Cup, the madridistas will make their tournament bow against Manchester United on Sunday 23 July, with the game kicking off at 2pm local time (11pm Spanish time) at Santa Clara's Levi's Stadium (California). Three days later, on Wednesday the 26th, Real Madrid will go head-to-head with Manchester City at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, with the action getting underway at 8pm local time and 5am Spanish time on the 27th. Meanwhile, the clash against Barcelona will take place on Saturday the 29th at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium at 7:30pm local time, 01:30am Spanish time on the 30th.
Real Madrid are poised to become the first LaLiga club to take part in the MLS All-Star Game, an encounter in which Zidane's troops will come up against the finest talents in MLS. This game will be staged on Wednesday 2 August at Chicago's Soldier Field stadium, kicking off at 8pm local time and 3am Spanish time on the 3rd.