Great news for Serie A fans in the United States — The Rossoneri will be here this summer! The AC Milan USA Tour 2023 is part of the wider Soccer Champions Tour, which takes place in America and is also a great opportunity for Milan fans to see their club live and in person.
AC Milan Soccer Champions Tour 2023 Schedule
It’s a bumper ride for AC Milan as they play three other luxurious European teams while here in the US. First up, it’s off to the Rose Bowl in California to play Real Madrid in a game steeped in personal history for Carlo Ancelotti that’s scheduled for July 23, 2023.
Staying in Cali, Milan’s head to the Dignity Health Sports Park for an encounter with domestic rivals Juventus on July 27.
Then the Italian giants will wrap up the US tour on August 1 against the newly-crowned La Liga Champions FC Barcelona at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
AC Milan USA Tour Tickets
Pre-sale tickets start on Tuesday, May 16, 2023.
Public sales tickets will begin on Friday, May 19, 2023, starting from 10:00 a.m. PST | 1:00 p.m. EST
We’ll keep this page updated with the latest ticketing information as they unfold. Here’s what we have so far:
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Where to Watch
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The Rossoneri last visited the US back in 2019 when the American red-and-black fans were left bitterly disappointed in the International Champions Cup. Milan succumbed to two 1-0 defeats to both Bayern Munich and Benfica.
While the fixtures this summer aren’t any easier, the fans will expect a decent showing, as a club like this demands success at every juncture. The key match comes in the form of Juventus, who they’ve played against at neutral venues many times before. Most memorably in Manchester in the 2002/03 UEFA Champions League final but also here in the US for the 2003 Supercoppa.
The hottest ticket in town, however, might be the matchup between the two UCL semi-finalists (or better) when AC Milan plays Real Madrid at the Rose Bowl. In a game of soccer befitting giants, it’s only right that it’s held at the 90,000+ capacity venue.