Chelsea’s USA tour adds stops in NYC, Miami as part of World Football Challenge

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Chelsea's tour of the United States has added confirmed dates in New York and Miami to the stops in Seattle and Philadelphia.

Major League Soccer announced on Monday that Chelsea will play Paris St. Germain at Yankee Stadium on July 22nd and AC Milan at Sun Life Stadium in Miami on July 28th. Both matches are part of the World Football Challenge series taking place throughout the summer.

Chelsea is playing the Seattle Sounders at CenturyLink Field on July 18th before taking part in the MLS All-Star Game at PPL Park in the Philadelphia suburb of Chester on July 25th.

Chelsea won the FA Cup on Saturday and will be taking on Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League Final on May 19th in Munich.

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10 Responses to Chelsea’s USA tour adds stops in NYC, Miami as part of World Football Challenge

  1. BFBS says:

    Yankee Stadium suits Chelski

    Fulham Fan from Boston

  2. al17 says:

    Not sure what you’re getting at but you do know that Fulham is also a London Club? Right?

  3. Yellow Submarine says:

    Hopefully New Yorkers give John Terry the fitting welcome he deserves after his disgusting behavior at Heathrow Hotel.

    Pathetic excuse for a human being.

  4. bryan says:

    madrid playing LA this summer too

  5. Yellow Submarine says:

    Hasn’t the Red Sox spent just as much in the last 5-10 years as the Yankees in payroll?

    You lost me, bro.

  6. JRP says:

    Maybe NY can get more than 5,000 people to the game. The attendance was dismal for the NY vs LA game on Saturday. The stadium looked maybe 1/3 full.

  7. JRP says:

    Didn’t realize that game was in LA, not NY. I know why nobody goes to an LA game this season.

  8. Poo says:

    red bulls arent exactly filling it up either this year, despite what the claimed attendance numbers may suggest.

    In any event, I am sure they will get a decent crowd at the game because it will have 10X the marketing support of RBNY.

  9. Ryan says:

    The stadium was nearly filled to capacity

  10. Craw says:

    Screw that racist c*nt