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Real Madrid to Hold Public Training at Stade Saputo on July 17

July 12, 2019 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Montreal Impact News Release

MONTREAL - In collaboration with the Montreal Impact and Relevent Sports Group, Real Madrid C.F. will hold a public training session at Stade Saputo on Wednesday July 17, at 6pm. The stadium gates will open at 5pm.

This event will be free for the club's Members, who can get one ticket per seat in their account by registering via the IMFC Portal .

For fans looking for the best spots to see this club's world-class players up close, it is possible to purchase VIP field-level seats with the Yoop app: www.yoop.app/realmadrid

Finally, everyone can purchase tickets in general admission either by leaving a $150 deposit on 2020 IMFC Memberships (giving access to up to four tickets for the training session) here or by purchasing tickets at the cost of $20 here. All profits from this event will be donated to the Montreal Impact Foundation.

"It was important for us to offer access to Real Madrid during their stay with us," said the president and CEO of the Montreal Impact, Kevin Gilmore. "As always, we want to prioritize our Members, but we also want to allow everyone to live this unique experience. It's important for us to continue establishing ourselves as a leader in the world of soccer."

Real Madrid is training at Centre Nutrilait until July 19, as it prepares for the International Champions Cup in the United States. They will play their first game on July 20 against Bayern Munich, in Houston, Texas. Madrid will then take on Arsenal in Washington, D.C., on July 23, followed by Atlético Madrid in New Jersey on July 26.

Upcoming Impact game

The Impact will take on Toronto FC in a rivalry game on Saturday, July 13, at 7:30pm at Stade Saputo (TICKETS - TVA Sports, TSN, 98.5, TSN 690).


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