Tickets

We have tickets to all the big matches across Europe and in the U.S.

FA Cup, Man City, Tickets

FA Cup Final: Leicester City v Chelsea

The FA Cup final is set up as Leicester and Chelsea will meet in the final on May 15 at Wembley. The matchup means that either Thomas Tuchel or Brendan Rodgers will win their first domestic trophy in England.

Chelsea ended Manchester City’s hopes of winning an historic quadruple as they edged a closely-fought FA Cup semi-final at Wembley.

City and Chelsea had both secured their places in the last four of the Champions League this week – but Pep Guardiola’s side had their sights set on a unique haul of four trophies as they close in on the Premier League title and also face Tottenham here in the League Cup final on 25 April.

La Liga, Tickets

Messi Stars As Barcelona Win Another Copa del Rey Title

Lionel Messi scored twice as Barcelona thrashed Athletic Bilbao 4-0 in the Copa del Rey final on Saturday to win the trophy for a record-extending 31st time with all the goals coming in the last half an hour.

Antoine Griezmann put a dominant Barca side ahead on the hour when he turned in a cross from Frenkie de Jong, who doubled the Catalans’ lead three minutes later.

Victory gives Barca their first trophy under manager Ronald Koeman and their first silverware since 2019.

AC Milan, Arsenal, Europa League, Europe, Man Utd., Tickets

Europa League Semi-Final: Man Utd v Roma And Arsenal v Villarreal

The Europa League semi-finals are set as Manchester United will take on Roma and Arsenal face Villarreal. Both games will feature a reunion as former Manchester United defender Chris Smalling will face his former club for the first time, while former Arsenal manager Unai Emery will try and outmaneuver the man who replaced him Mikel Arteta.

Here is a look at the two semi-finals.

Manchester United v Roma
Manchester United
Why this is their year

Last season’s semi-final defeat to Sevilla hurt Ole Gunnar Solskjær and his players. United paid a heavy price for their profligacy that night but are determined not to make the same mistakes this time around.

Barcelona, Champions League, Chelsea, Juventus, La Liga, Liverpool, Man City, Real Madrid, Tickets

Champions League Semi-Finals: Man City v PSG And Chelsea v Real Madrid

Champions League Trophy

The Champions League semifinals are set with Real Madrid facing off with Chelsea and Manchester City set to clash with Paris Saint-Germain.

The headline tie is between runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City and French giants Paris Saint-Germain. City booked their place in the last four with a 4-2 aggregate win against Borussia Dortmund, while PSG knocked out Bayern Munich in a repeat of last year’s final.

Here is a look at the four semi-finalists starting with Chelsea.

AC Milan, Arsenal, La Liga, Liverpool, Major League Soccer, News, Premier League, Real Madrid, Tickets, World Cup

FIFA’s Club World Cup Coming To North America In 2025

Fifa Club World Cup

For the first time we are going to have the best club sides in the world play meaningful games in the U.S. as FIFA are looking at hosting a Club World Cup in the summer of 2025 in North America.

The potentially lucrative tournament would see 24 clubs split into eight groups of three. The winners of each pool would go through to the quarter-finals.

The plan is for eight clubs to qualify via the Champions League, along with six clubs from the Copa America — for clubs in South America.

Major League Soccer, News, Tickets, World Cup

Road To Qatar 2022 Begins In Austria For US Men

USA World Cup Qualifying Tickets

The road to the 2020 World Cup in Qatar for the U.S. Men’s National Team begins in Austria on March 29 when Gregg Berhalter’s side will meet Jamaica in the rematch of the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup Semifinal. The U.S. will follow up that friendly with a trip to Belfast on April 1 where they will play Northern Ireland.

Man City, Man Utd., Premier League, Rivalries, Tickets

Ole Continues His Dominance Over Pep As United Beat City Again

Manchester in red

Once again Ole Gunnar Solskjaer got the better of Pep Guardiola as Manchester United won 2-0 at the Ethiad on Sunday.

With the win Solskjaer He is the only manager to have won more matches against Guardiola (four) than he has lost (three), and the first United coach to win their first three away games against their city rivals.

The latest, on Sunday, was perhaps the best of the lot, as the Red Devils lifted themselves from their recent lethargic displays to end City’s 21-match winning run in style, winning 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium in a result that though unlikely to reignite their own title bid, again proves that when Solskjaer gets it right, they can beat any opposition.

Tickets

Gold Cup 2021 Set To Resume In 2021

2021 Gold Cup Tickets

The 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup was originally scheduled to be held from July 2 through July 25 2021, but will now be played from July 10 through August 1. Mexico are the defending champions.

In the past, Concacaf hand-picked its Gold Cup groups based on commercial and competitive considerations. This year, however, in advance of the 16th regional championship, a proper draw was conducted for the first time. And for the USA, it delivered a tantalizing matchup with Alphonso Davies and Canada.

Europe, Tickets

UEFA Could Refund All Euro 2020 Tickets

Euro 2020 Tickets

UEFA are reportedly considering refunding all tickets for Euro 2020 and restarting the buying process once venue capacities are announced.

Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, UEFA still plan to go ahead with their original 12-nation host plan, though it is highly unlikely stadiums would be at full capacity.

The Times have reported that tickets already sold could be refunded, and the process of sales will only start again once venues have confirmed how many fans will be permitted by their national governments to attend games.

According to the UEFA website:

Europe, Tickets

Euro 2020 Draw: Germany, France And Portugal Drawn In Same Group

Euro 2020 Tickets

One of France, Germany and Portugal may face an early exit after being drawn together in Group F for Euro 2020 in what has already been dubbed the ‘Group of Death’.

They will be joined in the so-called ‘Group of Death’ by a team from Path A/D following the tournament draw in Bucharest.

That Path A/D team could be any of Iceland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Georgia, Belarus, North Macedonia or Kosovo.

While England avoided those team in the group stage, they could find themselves playing of the three in the last 16.