Real Madrid and Inter Milan will face off in the International Champions Cup at Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium on the University of California, Berkeley campus on Saturday, July 26. The match, set to be broadcast in more than 150 countries internationally and on Fox Sports 2 in the US, will kick off at 3 pm PT.
Home to one of the premier public universities in the nation, Berkeley is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, about 10 miles from the city of San Francisco. This will mark the first-ever soccer game at the California Memorial Stadium, which was renovated just two years ago and has a capacity of 65,000. The match between Spanish and Italian giants was originally scheduled for University of Phoenix Stadium, in Phoenix, Arizona, but was moved “due to unforeseen circumstances.”
Exclusive presale tickets for the Real Madrid v. Inter Milan match will be available Monday, May 12, at 9 am PDT for pre-qualified fans, while the general public will have access to tickets beginning Friday, May 16, at 9 am PDT through the Cal Athletic Ticket Office by clicking here. Tickets for this game will start at $45. Additionally, fans will have the opportunity to purchase an Ultimate Fan Pack, which includes one supporter’s section ticket, team gear and priority access to select team training. Also available are VIP Team Travel Packs that allow fans to experience the games alongside their favorite teams, including Real Madrid and Inter Milan, providing VIP tickets, charter travel and world-class accommodations to all of their teams’ Guinness International Champions Cup games. All tickets and packages are available at www.internationalchampionscup.com.
“It’s a unique opportunity to bring two of the world’s biggest soccer clubs to the world’s leading public university,” said Berkeley Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance John Wilton. “As part of the agreement, 25 percent of the soccer match guarantee will be dedicated to academic scholarship support. The match will also give us a chance to share a beautiful part of our campus with soccer fans across Northern California and will have a positive economic impact on the city of Berkeley.”
“The Bay Area has long been a soccer hotbed and we are thrilled to bring the first professional soccer game to Kabam Field at California Memorial Stadium at University of California, Berkeley,” said Relevent Sports Chief Executive Officer Charlie Stillitano. “Real Madrid and Inter Milan are two of the most famous clubs in the world and always draw huge crowds; we are confident this will be no different when they kick off their 2014 Guinness International Champions Cup on Kabam Field.”