UM Stadium will Play Host to an International Soccer Friendly Between Perennial European Powerhouses

. July 1, 2016.
FYI

Football is back, a bit earlier than usual this year. No, Coach Harbaugh won’t be leading the Wolverines through the tunnel in July. Instead, UM Stadium will play host to an international soccer friendly between perennial European powerhouses England’s Chelsea FC and the current UEFA Champions League victor, Spain’s Real Madrid C.F. Two years ago, a similar friendly filled the sold-out stadium with soccer hooligans, so expect tickets to go fast!

Saturday, July 30 | 3pm | $55-$210
Michigan Stadium |1201 S. Main St.
734-764-0247 | mgoblue.com

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