OLYMPIACOS V.S. A.C. MILAN
THURSDAY, JULY 24 AT 8:00 P.M.
Olympiacos, winner of 40 league titles, will play A.C. Milan, winner of a record 18 Serie A titles, at Citi Field on Thursday, July 24 at 8:00 p.m. This match will mark Olympiacos's first New York Area appearance in 27 years.
One of the most successful teams in all of Europe, Olympiacos has won a total of 40 league titles and 26 Greek Cup titles. The club recently reached the Round of 16 of the 2013-14 UEFA Champions League where it won its first leg against giants Manchester United 2-0.
Coached by Spain and Real Madrid legend Michel, the club's diverse roster includes former Barcelona striker Javier Saviola, Greek defender Aavram Papadopolous and Paraguayan striker Nelson Haedo Valdez.
|Field Sideline VIP||$150|
|Big Apple Reserved||$125|
|Field End Line||$100|
|Excelsior End Line||$70|
|Promenade End Line||$40|
One of the world's most popular and storied clubs, A.C. Milan has won seven UEFA Champions League titles and four world club titles. The club's mark of 18 international trophies is tied for the most by any club in the world. Furthermore, the "Rossoneri" currently boast some of the game's top talent in players like Mario Balotelli, Kaka and recently-signed Japanese star Keisuke Honda.
The Olympiacos-A.C. Milan contest continues the soccer tradition at Citi Field. Metropolitan Hospitality, Citi Field's non-game day event company, has produced international soccer games for the past three years. The national teams of Ecuador and Greece battled to a 1-1 tie in front of a near-capacity crowd of 39,656 in the ballpark's inaugural soccer match in June 2011. Later that year, Juventus beat Club America 1-0. In 2012, Ecuador returned to Citi Field and defeated Chile, and last year Israel shut out Honduras 2-0.
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