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About Friendly Matches - Football Tickets 2024/25

Friendly matches are effectively matches between two teams that are not directly related to competitive tournaments, leagues, or competitions.

A great many of these take place during the European mid-season break, but in terms of international friendly matches, these might occur at any point through the year.

Club-friendly matches are primarily used to help get their players up to speed ahead of the travails of a new season, but in the modern era, they are also an opportunity to maximize a club's exposure in other regions and countries.

In other words, they are killing two birds with one stone, pushing to get their players fit and raring to go for the next season while also helping to boost a strong revenue stream.

It's worth noting that international friendly matches are fewer and far between in recent years due to the creation of the UEFA Nations League.

What is so Appealing About Friendly Matches?

Football fans dread the break between seasons, especially in years when there are no major international tournaments. Therefore friendly matches offer them a chance to see their heroes in action.

This is also a great time to see new players who have been signed by their clubs as well as potentially appetizing clashes with teams from other leagues.

If you add into the mix the fact that most leading sides tour the world as part of their pre-season activities, then you have the possibility of building a holiday around your love of the game.

Commonly European sides, especially those from the English Premier League, will look to play games in the United States, but also other regions that could prove ideal for a holiday, including Europe, the Far East, and Australia, and the combination of a break away while watching football is not to be missed!

Six Reasons You Should Buy Tickets for Friendly Matches This Summer

If you are currently on the fence in relation to watching your beloved team at friendly matches this summer, here are six very good reasons why you should do so.

1) It's been weeks since the season ended, and frankly, you are bored to death, and you need your football fix!

2) It's a great chance to see what the new kit looks like when worn by your heroes.

3) Going to friendly matches elevates your standing as a football fan to new levels. Only true fans will venture far and wide, as well as watch home matches where there is no genuine competitive value to the game.

4) New signings are blooded in friendly matches, so you'll get to see the big additions to your team before the season even gets started.

5) Friendly matches are events you can plan possible holidays and away trips, offering you an added dimension to your footballing experience.

6) Friendly fixtures will tend to cost far less than for league and cup clashes, so they are better value than any other games you will see and will be easier to secure as well.

Friendly matches 2023/2024

The Friendly matches that are lined up ahead of the 2023/24 season are particularly enticing; here are just a handful of the big games that are planned and why they promise to be so exciting.

Chelsea vs. Brighton & Hove Albion - 22nd July - Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia

The four-team Premier League Summer Series promises to be one of the more attractive pre-season-friendly events this summer. In the first game, you'll get to see Mauricio Pochettino's Chelsea face ever-improving Brighton & Hove Albion.

Manchester United vs. Wrexham - 25th July - SnapDragon Stadium, San Diego

Given the success of Ryan Reynolds' Wrexham project, you can imagine this will be a sold-out game where ticket prices may well be high, as much for the Hollywood star's involvement than the size and scale of their Premier League opposition.

Arsenal vs Barcelona - 26th July - SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles

Mikel Arteta's north London side just missed out on the Premier League title and will be looking to show their ongoing progress against the reigning La Liga title holders.

AS Roma vs. Tottenham Hotspur - 26th July - Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok

Jose Mourinho, up against his former employer, should make this a very tasty Thai clash.

Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City - 26th July - Japan National Stadium, Tokyo

Two giants of the game in what promises to be a very even encounter. The champions of Germany face the champions of England right in the heart of Tokyo.

Manchester United vs. Real Madrid - 27th July - NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

Erik ten Hag enjoyed a strong debut season at Manchester United and will no doubt have some new blood to try out against stellar Spanish opponents in Texas.

Juventus vs. AC Milan - 27th July - Dignity Health Sports Park, Los Angeles

These two Italian sides are major rivals, and that means this friendly may be anything but.

Bayern Munich vs. Liverpool - 2nd August - Singapore National Stadium

Jurgen Klopp will be looking to get his Anfield side back on track, and the pre-season friendly matches could be key to getting his new look side into gear.

Atletico Madrid vs. Sevilla - 5th August - Oracle Park, San Francisco

Diego Simeone's Atletico side entertain La Liga outfit Sevilla at the picturesque Californian location.

Frequently Asked Questions about Friendly Matches - Football tickets

Should I buy tickets for multiple friendly matches?

Fervent football fans will sometimes look to buy tickets for multiple games and then plan an extensive trip around doing so. This is a great idea.

Friendly matches football tickets can be picked up easily at SeatPick, and you can buy them all way ahead of time to avoid last-minute bookings and can then find those at face value and then plot out an inventory.

What is the Soccer Champions Tour, and where can I buy tickets for these friendly matches?

The Soccer Champions Tour takes place across the United States and sees six of the biggest teams in world football take part in eight mouthwatering friendly matches football fans will be keen to get tickets to see.

The six teams taking part in 2023 are FC Barcelona and Real Madrid from Spain, AC Milan and Juventus from Italy, and Manchester United and Arsenal from England. These games take place in Santa Clara, Pasadena, Inglewood, Houston, Carson, Arlington, Las Vegas, and Orlando and are scheduled for late July and early August.

You can buy these friendly matches football tickets here at SeatPick today, with prices on our website being the most competitive around. Our platform only works with trusted ticket sellers, and our inventory for this competition, and all football tickets in general, is wider than anywhere else online.

How to buy cheap Friendly Matches - Football tickets?

At SeatPick, you'll get friendly match tickets at the best prices. Our platform is aligned with all trusted resellers, and that makes it easier for football fans to compare prices, seek out seats available at face value and buy tickets that may have previously been out of reach.

How much are Friendly Matches - Football tickets?

Friendly matches tickets vary in cost. The prices will be dictated by a number of aspects, including the quality of the teams involved, the location of the games, and demand that is the result of these factors.

Clearly, last-minute bookings can also lead to the price being driven up, all the more reason to get your tickets as soon as possible.

How to buy Friendly Matches - Football tickets?

Football fans hoping to see their team in action over the summer can buy tickets via SeatPick for all friendly matches. Ticket prices via our platform are among the most competitive around and come with no hidden fees.

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