L.A. Galaxy, Real Madrid and More in the First-Ever Soccer Event at Dodger Stadium
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The last date listed for International Champions Cup Soccer was Saturday August 3, 2013 / 5:00pm and 7:30pm (Doubleheader).
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Featured review from Brenda PerezRed Velvet
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the games themselves were great, such talent! great concept i hope the ICC continues. Dodger stadium as a venue sucked! it was embarrassing! i hope it is never there again! if it is I will be watching at home on tv. i have never experienced such disorganization at a major event in my life. The wait to get into the parking lot was 30 minutes. Once at the gate you got wrong information and finger pointing from their staff. i had to track down an LA Galaxy staffer to get the correct information as there were 4 different lines and only 1 had signage! After much bitching from people some Dodger bigwigs came out & things got smoother, but still I was in will-call line for over an hour! Towards the end of my wait my son had to use the restroom and there were no restrooms outside, not even port a potties! I was told I would have to wait to get inside. If the people in line were willing to hold my spot then security could escort us inside if I let them hold onto my drivers license. but if the people in line didn't hold my place i would have to go back to the end, "theres nothing i can do". If my son were smaller or if it was an emergency heads would have rolled! thankfully we had a very short wait after that and at that point there was no more line to go into the stadium. All in all I missed the first 45 minutes of the game! disappointing!
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Great seats and a great value. Only one suggestion-the actual gold star will call was not in the location specified on the website. There needs to be much better signage to direct us to the will call location for gold star clients. Dodger...continued
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Will call was not where told it would be. Instead, GoldStar will call was grouped in with other ticket vendors. The line and wait was far too long. I wish I'd known earlier. I would've arrived that much sooner to beat that long line. This...continued
5:00pm: Everton/Juventus loser vs. Real Madrid/LA Galaxy loser
7:30pm: Everton/Juventus winner vs. Real Madrid/LA Galaxy winner
About The International Champions Cup
The International Champions Cup is an 8-team tournament pitting some of the world’s best and most prestigious football clubs against each other in a series of elimination matches to be played July 27 - August 7. The tournament, which will be played in six U.S. cities and one European city, will culminate with a championship match at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium on August 7. The International Champions Cup will offer fans a chance to see the world’s most successful clubs live as they compete for a coveted trophy.
About the Teams:
Real Madrid: *Perhaps the world’s most recognizable sports franchise, Real Madrid is one of the world’s most successful clubs having won 32 Spanish league titles, 18 Copa del Rey titles and nine European Championship trophies. The club’s decades of success led it to be named the top team of the 20th century by FIFA. The club, who plays in the famed Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, is known for having employed some of the world’s most famous players including Ferenc Puskas, Alfredo Di Stefano and Zinedine Zidane. The club is currently managed by the enigmatic Jose Mourinho, one of the game’s most successful managers and boasts a star-studded international line-up led by Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo. The club is currently in the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League as it looks for its historic 10th European title.
LA Galaxy: Major League Soccer’s most recognizable and successful team, the LA Galaxy are the current two-time defending league champions. In total, the club has won four MLS Cup titles, two U.S. Open Cup titles and one CONCACAF title while playing in MLS Cup a record eight times. The team plays at The Home Depot Center, which opened in 2003, and made international headlines when it signed superstar David Beckham in 2007. Beckham spent six seasons with LA, helping the club reach the MLS Cup three times and win the championship in 2011 and 2012. Currently the club is coached by top U.S. manager Bruce Arena and features U.S. national team members Landon Donovan and Omar Gonzalez and Irish goal scorer Robbie Keane.
Juventus: Founded in 1897 as Sporting Club Juventus by students in Turin, Juventus FC is the oldest and most successful club in Italy, as well as one of the most prestigious clubs in the world with 250 million fans. Winners of 56 official titles, the “Vecchia Signora” (Old Lady) has claimed 31 league titles, nine Italian Cups, five Italian super cups, nine European cups and two intercontinental cups. Juventus finished the 2011-12 season unbeaten and recently won it’s 31st Italian title with three matches prior to the end of the season. The team’s roster is loaded with superstars including a number of members of Italy’s 2006 FIFA Worlc Cup winning-side including Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Pirlo. Juventus has also been home to some of soccer’s greatest legends, including Michel Platini, Zinedine Zidane,Roberto Baggio and Alessandro Del Piero. The club plays home matches at the 41,000-seat Juventus Stadium, which opened in September 2011.
Everton: Everton Football Club is one of England’s best known and most successful clubs. Since its inception in 1878 it has won nine league titles, five FA Cups and the European Cup Winners’ Cup. Everton has spent more season’s in England’s top flight than any other club. Its chairman is Bill Kenwright, a lifelong Evertonian and a man who also owns the most prolific theatre production company in the world. Everton boasts a squad full of internationals including captain and England central defender Phil Jagielka, 2012/13 Everton player of the season Leighton Baines (England), Marouane Fellaini (Belgium), Tim Howard (USA) and World Cup finalist John Heitinga (Holland).