Powers Real Madrid, Barcelona set for Miami showcase in July

Powers Real Madrid, Barcelona set for Miami showcase in July

Powers Real Madrid, Barcelona set for Miami showcase in July

The Clasico rivals will come head-to-head as part of the International Champions Cup.

The formal announcement was made during a press conference on Friday that featured legends from both sides such as Hristo Stocihkov and Roberto Carlos.

Tickets will go on sale on the ICC's website on March 20, three days after an exclusive presale.

The game is another big time event promised by the owner of the Miami Dolphins and Hard Rock Stadium, Stephen Ross, when announcing massive improvements to the stadium over the last two years - which includes the NFL's Super Bowl after the 2019 season.

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The two teams have played outside their country only once, in 1982 in Venezeula.

El Clasico will be played at the home of National Football League side Miami Dolphins this summer. The game resulted in a 1-0 win for Real, courtesy of a goal from former manager Vicente del Bosque.

Barcelona and Real Madrid are old enemies and will play in the ICC.

On December 2, the day before El Clásico, the Americans had a breakfast meeting in Madrid with Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez and other club executives to discuss the possibility of arranging a game against Barcelona in the States. "There is a huge soccer fan base here, it is easy to get here for fans in Latin America and Europe, and our players like to visit here".

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