Manchester United vs Real Madrid, International Champions Cup Open Thread

All eight tournament teams compete today, headlined by Manchester United facing Real Madrid at ”The Big House” at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. The game is expected to draw the largest-ever audience for a professional soccer match in the United States, with more than 108,000 fans packing the stadium on game day and millions more watching on FOX and in over 150 countries worldwide.

For viewers in the United States, here’s the TV schedule for this afternoon’s game:

Real Madrid vs. Manchester United at 4:00pm ET; FOX and FOX Soccer 2Go, and ESPN Deportes,

Starting lineups – 

Manchester United: TBA

Real Madrid: TBA

Before, during or after today’s match, join the conversation in the comments section below with fellow soccer fans from around the world.

4 thoughts on “Manchester United vs Real Madrid, International Champions Cup Open Thread”

  1. Supersport are using fox feed commentry as well. i wonder why there are no world feed commentry for this tournament? Who are those commentators? The game is great but those comms are awfull to listen.

  2. Awful sound mix. Sounds like FOX brought three microphones…two for the commentators and one for the stadium.

    Ashley Young isn’t showing any confidence with the ball in his own half. He’s knocked it back to DeGea 3 times already.

  3. My godness i have to congratulate british commentators with out any doubt they are the best in the world. Its the second time iam listening american commentators calling a match in this tournament the gap between british comms and american comms are clearly like “day and night”. Unattractive boring awfull.

  4. Zaha might not want to exchange his Man Utd shirt. I doubt he’ll be wearing one this season.
    Over and over, he loses the ball then fouls trying to get it back.

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