The International Champions Cup officially replaced the World Football Challenge in 2013, and it is essentially a large exhibition tournament designed to showcase some of the best of Europe's soccer clubs to large and passionate audiences in North America. A total of eight teams play a series of matches spread throughout the year at different locations, culminating in a final round that determines the winner. With the bragging rights comes coveted attention on the west side of the Atlantic Ocean, and teams jump at the opportunity to play in this illustrious event. Tons of Guinness International Champions Cup tickets have been purchased by American fans over the last year, and the 2015 version has proven to be even more popular as the initial run.
International Champions Cup tickets can be purchased now to upcoming matches that feature Liverpool, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Milan, Roma and Manchester United, arguably the single most popular sporting club on Earth. These overseas football clubs are spread throughout a few different weeks, including Serie A and the Premier League. All titles and labels are thrown to the sidelines once these games begin. One thing that American sporting fans have not seen much of is different countries battling against each other for the rights to hoist championship trophies. The energy and entertainment that comes with this has proved to be contagious, as can be seen the popularity of Guinness Cup Soccer tickets.
Venues such as Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, California Memorial Stadium on the campus of UC Berkeley, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia and even Yankee Stadium in New York City will be hosting high-stakes matches on immaculate pitches in the upcoming months. Fans can also look forward to games held at Chicago's Soldier Field, the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Citi Field in New York, Pittsburgh's Heinz Field and the massive bowl better known as "The Big House" in Ann Arbor on the campus of the University of Michigan.
A Group A / Group B setup will be used, and teams will play each other in a round robin format on the way to a final matchup pitting the winner of each group, which will take place at Sun Life Stadium on August 4. The entire shebang is obviously building steam towards the 2015 World Cup in Brazil, and World Cup tickets are steadily increasing in popularity as a result.