Soccer Magazine

2011 US Summer Tours

By Thetoaststaff

There will be some big name teams playing on American soil this summer. You already know about Manchester United's tour, but now we have the full Summer slate which includes the likes of Manchester City, Barcelona, and Real Madrid all in competition across the United States. Here is the entire list of US Summer friendlies.

  • Club America vs. Portland Timbers - July 7, Jeld-Wen Field, Portland
  • West Brom vs. San Jose Earthquakes - July 12, Buck Shaw Stadium, San Jose
  • Manchester United vs. New England Revolution - July 13, Gillette Stadium, Boston
  • Real Madrid vs. LA Galaxy - July 16, LA Coliseum, Los Angeles
  • Manchester City vs. Club America - July 16, AT&T Park, San Francisco
  • Bolton Wanderers vs. Orlando City - July 17, Citrus Bowl, Orlando
  • Manchester City vs. Vancouver Whitecaps - July 18, Empire Field, Vancouver
  • Real Madrid vs. Chivas - July 20, Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego
  • Bolton Wanderers vs. Houston Dynamo - July 20, Robertson Stadium, Houston
  • Newcastle United vs. Sporting Kansas City - July 20, Livestrong Park, Kansas City
  • Manchester United vs. Seattle Sounders - July 20, Qwest Field, Seattle
  • Everton vs. Philadelphia Union - July 20, PPL Park, Philadelphia
  • West Brom vs. Portland Timbers - July 20, Jeld-Wen Field, Portland
  • Real Madrid vs. Philadelphia Union - July 23, Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
  • Manchester United vs. Chicago Fire - July 23, Soldier Field, Chicago
  • Everton vs. DC United - July 23, RFK Stadium, Washington, DC
  • Newcastle United vs. Orlando City - July 23, Citrus Bowl, Orlando
  • Manchester City vs. LA Galaxy - July 24, Home Depot Center, Los Angeles
  • Newcastle United vs. Columbus Crew - July 26, Crew Stadium, Columbus
  • Manchester United vs. MLS All-Stars - July 27, Red Bull Arena, New York
  • Barcelona vs. Manchester United - July 30, FedEx Field, Washington, DC
  • Barcelona vs. Chivas - August 3, Sun Life Stadium, Miami
  • Barcelona vs. Club America - August 6, Cowboys Stadium, Dallas

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