If you had planned to go watch Barcelona vs. Real Madrid in El Clasico Miami this summer, and haven’t bought tickets yet, be ready to pay more than $500 per seat for upper deck. More than 46,000 tickets have already been sold for the match at Hard Rock Stadium, according to event organizers, and the cheapest seats — $200 for member presale — are long gone. Many South Florida soccer fans have been shocked — and disappointed — by ticket prices for the July 29 exhibition match between the Spanish powerhouses. “I was really excited to go with my wife and our friends, to see Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar, Luis Suarez, but it’s just an exhibition match, and I don’t understand how they can charge those prices,” said David Pickering of Fort Lauderdale, who has attended soccer exhibitions at the stadium in the past.
FC Barcelona to make 2017 preseason tour to the USA | FC Barcelona FC Barcelona will face Juventus, Manchester United, and Real Madrid in the fifth edition of the International Champions Cup (ICC) United States, a competition organized by Relevant Sports. Both the matchups and their respective dates were announced this Tuesday in an event held in New York, where the Club was represented by former player Juliano Belletti, as well as by Francesco Calvo, FC Barcelona’s Chief Revenue Officer. Leo Messi scores 40 goals for eighth year running | FC Barcelona The goals from Leo Messi keep coming thick and fast, and his latest pair in the 4-2 defeat of Valencia on Sunday mean that he has now achieved
Could the La Masia graduate be making his way back home? Gerard Deulofeu first made an impression when he was on loan at Everton, enough that the Toffees signed the player on a permanent deal. Now he appears to be making a similar impression on AC Milan while out there on loan, and it’s his original club that is perking up. Everton had signed the winger when he was deemed surplus to requirements at Barca, but with current manager Luis Enrique stepping down at the end of this season, it appears the Spaniards would like to load up and give the new manager a selection of weapons. Barcelona’s sporting director Robert Fernandez said yesterday that he thought the forward could still have a future with