How To Get The Cheapest Tickets For 2019 International Championship Cup Tickets
May 13, 2019
The 2019 version of the International ChampionsHip cup will be played across sixteen venues, features three teams from England, four from Italy, two from Spain with one from Mexico, Portugal and Germany. The teams participating thgis year include Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, Juventus, Milan, Roma, Benfica, Guadalajara, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid. Seven of these games are in NFL Stadiums, mostly with the upper level closed. One of the venues is a baseball stadium while the last three are MLS venue. Click here to view all games and find cheapest ticket options for 2019, many of which are Ticketmaster.
Friday July 16th, 17th and 24th: Seatgeek Stadium, Illinois Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, CA
- July 16th SeatGeek Stadium, Bridgeview, IL Chivas Guadalajara at International Champions Cup
- July 17th SeatGeek Stadium, Arsenal FC at International Champions Cup
Friday July 20th Bank Of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC and NRG Stadium in Houston, TX
San Francisco, from $75. Benfica v Chivas de Guadalajara: Tickets in section 115 at the 50-yard line going for $150 on Ticketmaster. 6th row tickets in the endzone are going for $75
- Charlotte, from $155: ARSENAL VS AS ROMA Cheapest tickets available from the Primary Market, with tickets going for $155 in Club section 311 as opposed to $200 on the secondary ticket market. Lower level seats five rows off the field are $205 as opposed to $240 on the secondary market.
- Houston, from $96: FC Bayern v Real Madrid is one of the few events where the primary market is mostly sold out, with about 60% of sections sold out, including the supporter sections behind the goals. On TicketIQ, ticket prices in Houston start at $96 and supporter section tickets
- Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO: FC Bayern v AC Milan Tickets start at $50, with 50-yard-line tickets for $150.
- FedEx Field, Washington, DC: Real Madrid v Arsenal Tickets start at $60 with 5th row seats at the 50-yard-line going for $250.
- Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington, TX: Chivas de Guadalajara v Atlético de Madrid Tickets start at $50 with 5th row seats at the 50-yard-line going for $150.
Friday July 26th MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ Real Madrid V Atletico Madrid: 100-level seats are significantly cheaper through Ticketmaster, starting at $183, for seats 23 rows off of the field. For 300-level center tickets, price between rows 18 and 20, are $115 from Ticketmaster as opposed to $240 on the primary market.
Visit Ticketmaster for the best deals on International Champions Cup: Real Madrid V Atletico Madrid
(UPDATE 8/2/16) Hoping to be on hand as Bayern Munich takes on Real Madrid at MetLife Stadium Wednesday night? If so, expect to pay up if looking for tickets on the resale market.
As it stands now, Bayern Munich vs. Real Madrid tickets on TicketIQ are averaging $365.09. That marks a 13.5% increase on average since July 21, when tickets owned a $321.74 average on the secondary market. If looking just to get in, the cheapest available ticket to the match is now listed from $161, up 24% from the $130 get-in price two weeks ago.
In the United States and European portion of the three-part tournament, which is also held in Australia and China, Paris Saint-Germain holds a comfortable lead atop the standings after collecting nine points in three wins against Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Leicester City. Juventus were crowned 2016 ICC Australian Champions after collecting four points over two games. No champion was crowned in China this year after a July 25 match between Manchester City and Manchester United was cancelled due to concerns over the playing surface.
Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, who respectively own four and three points in tournament play, will not catch PSG to claim the U.S. title this year. However, with a win against Celtic and two remaining matches left over the next four days, Barcelona is still very much in play to tie the French giants atop the standings.
2016 International Champions Cup Tickets Priciest for Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid in New Jersey
(ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED 7/21/16) The 2016 International Champions Cup will commence this weekend across four continents, setting the stage for the world's most renowned football clubs in the friendly pre-season tournament. The U.S. sets to welcome 10 matches in as many stadiums over the next two weeks, with Paris Saint-Germain aiming for a second consecutive title in the U.S. leg. Notable clubs like Liverpool, Chelsea and Real Madrid will all take to the field, which has generated a big demand for <aref="http: www.tiqiq.com="" occer="" nternational-champions-cup-tickets"=""> International Champions Cup tickets on the secondary market.
According to TicketIQ, the most expensive match will be held between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid at MetLife Stadium on August 3. Serving as the penultimate U.S.-based match of the tournament, tickets are currently averaging $321.74 on the resale market. If looking just to get in, the cheapest ticket now starts from $130. No other match during the entire U.S. tournament will offer a get-in price higher than $60.
No other match will come close to posting similar ticket prices as Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid at MetLife Stadium. The next most expensive match comes on July 27 at Soldier Field, when Bayern Munich takes on AC Milan. That match now owns a secondary market ticket average of $126.98, more than 60% cheaper on average than the Metlife Stadium match, and the get-in price is $48.
Conversely, the cheapest match will be the opening match between Internazionale and Paris Saint-Germain at Autzen Stadium in Oregon on July 24. Tickets to the match are averaging $47 and start from just $21. Other least expensive matches include PSG vs Leicester City at StubHub Center on July 30 ($90 avg./$47 get-in) and Internazionale vs Bayern Munich at Bank of America Stadium ($108.13 avg./$45 get-in).
Since its inaugural year in 2013, the International Champions Cup has been held in the U.S., Europe, China and Australia. It has housed three separate champions across all three legs, with Real Madrid owning the most championships at three (2013 U.S., 2015 Australia and China). China and Australia were added to the tournament's format in 2015.