The Soccer Champions Tour (formerly known as the Legends Tour and International Champions Cup) is a series of exhibition soccer matches organized by Soccer United Marketing (SUM), a subsidiary of Major League Soccer. The tour is often referred to simply as “the Champions Tour”, or “the Club World Cup”.
The tournament has been held every year since 2004, with the exception of 2007, 2010 and 2016. It is regarded as one of the most prestigious club tournaments in world football.
The current champions are Manchester City, who won their second title on 12 July 2019 against Corinthians in Japan.
The United States Soccer Federation (USSF) is the official governing body of soccer in the United States, controlling a number of leagues and tournaments.
The USSF is also responsible for developing the game at all levels of play. The organization develops the game from youth through professional and masters programs, providing opportunities for players to compete at the highest levels of competition.
In addition to its domestic league structure, USSF also oversees FIFA World Cup qualifying matches involving national teams.
Which club are competing in each other
The FIFA Soccer Champions Tour is an international soccer tournament which involves the best teams in the world playing each other to determine who is truly the best team. The tour is run by EA Sports, the same company that makes the FIFA games and has hosted many events such as the FIFA World Cup, UEFA Champions League, and UEFA Super Cup.
Participating clubs include current La Liga and UEFA Champions League winner Real Madrid CF, La Liga powerhouse FC Barcelona, Serie A’s Juventus, and Liga MX’s Club América and Club Deportivo Guadalajara.
Cities and grounds in which tournament held
The world’s top soccer stars will be playing in front of sold-out crowds in the first two months of 2019, but they’ll be doing more than just entertaining fans. The Soccer Champions Tour is a tournament that gives players a chance to earn money for their charity of choice.
The tournaments will take place at different venues across the country, with host cities including Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Oracle Park in San Francisco, Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas and the Rose Bowl Stadium.
“We are excited to announce our first two tournaments,” said Jeffrey Pollack, president of Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) developer Konami Digital Entertainment.
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