Manchester United will return to the United States of America for a second consecutive year for Tour 2018, presented by Aon.
The two-week tour will start with a game against the Mexican side Club America in the Phoenix University Stadium, Arizona, on Thursday 19 July, kick off 19:00 (local time).
Jose Mourinho’s men will then face MLS side San Jose Earthquakes at the Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, on Sunday 22nd July, kick off 14:00 (local time).
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All games of Tour 2018, presented by Aon, will be available live on MUTV, via the channel, app or live streaming, depending on the country of subscription. Further details on additional games, venues and ticket details will be announced soon.
Since 2010, five visits to the USA have seen United welcome more than 1.3million supporters to games, including over 109,000 fans to see a victory over Real Madrid at the Big House in Ann Arbor in 2014 - a record for a soccer match in the US.
Speaking of the summer plans, Manchester United Executive Vice-Chairman, Ed Woodward, said:
“The tour is a central part of the team’s preparation for a long and intense campaign and this is the second consecutive year that we will travel to the US. The training facilities are world class and the games will be played in front of passionate crowds, making it an ideal environment for the players to gear up for the new season.
“The club, manager and team always receive a great welcome when visiting America, with our millions of US fans always keen to get closer to Manchester United.”
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Aon is the Presenting Partner of Manchester United’s Tour 2018, offering its expertise in risk, retirement and health solutions.
President and Chief Executive Officer of Aon, Greg Case, said:
“We are pleased to partner with Manchester United to present Tour 2018. At Aon, we produce insights, driven by data and delivered by experts, that help organisations around the world reduce volatility and improve performance. Like Manchester United, we believe insights are the difference between winning and losing and are proud to provide our clients the edge they need to stay ahead of the competition.”