Real Madrid will visit the U.S. for a summer tour that will combine action on the pitch with action on nutrition education.
The 2022-2023 Club World Cup and Copa del Rey winners are scheduled to play matches July 23–Aug. 2 against some of the world's best clubs in four major cities.
- July 23: Real Madrid-AC Milan, Rose Bowl Stadium (Los Angeles)
- July 26: Real Madrid-Manchester United, NRG Stadium (Houston)
- July 29: Real Madrid-Barcelona, AT&T Stadium (Dallas)
- Aug. 2: Real Madrid-Juventus, Camping World Stadium (Orlando)
This is Real Madrid’s 22nd trip to the U.S. The club first visited the North American region in 1927 and has gone on to play 49 matches on U.S. soil, with its 50th match set to take place July 23 in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, as the Health Sciences and Nutrition Partner of the Real Madrid Football Club and Global Partner of the Real Madrid Foundation, Abbott and the club are working together to support thousands of children around the world live better, healthier lives through nutrition, education and science-based innovation.
Most recently, we joined to "Beat Malnutrition" through education, screening and sharing the values of sport and play around the world. As part of our sustained commitment to reduce malnutrition around the world, we co-created a custom "Beat Malnutrition" armband inspired by the MUAC z-score tape that was worn by Real Madrid players before their final match of the 2022-2023 La Liga season and distributed to fans at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.
This is just one of several initiatives that our partnership supports to make a lasting impact on the health of future generations. While watching the club, you'll even see Real Madrid players using Pedialyte and Ensure Max Protein on the sidelines to stay fueled and hydrated.
To cheer on our partners as they come stateside, tickets can be purchased for the tour.