International Champions Cup Game at Soldier Field
Can’t make it to Brasil for the World Cup, here is your chance to see some international players in Chicago. On July 27 you can watch Liverpool FC vs Olympiacos at Soldier Field in Chicago as part of the 2014 International Champions Cup will be played in a total of 12 cities and 13 stadiums across the United States and Canada and feature these teams:
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Founded in 1892, Liverpool FC is one of the world’s most historic and famous football clubs having won 18 League Titles, seven FA Cups, eight League Cups, five European Cups, three UEFA Cups, three European Super Cups and 15 Charity Shields.
Liverpool FC is the home to footballing legends including Kenny Dalglish, Kevin Keegan, Ian Rush, John Barnes and Robbie Fowler.
Currently coached by Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool FC is experiencing a resurgence led by Club legend Steven Gerrard, English striker Daniel Sturridge and Uruguayan superstar Luis Suarez.
The “Reds” play at the famed Anfield stadium which opened its doors in 1888.
Since its establishment in 1925, Olympiacos has been writing history and justly earning the nick-name “Legend” !"
Up to the present day, the club has won a total of 40 League titles and 26 Greek Cup titles! To put that in perspective, all other Greek teams combined have won only 37 league titles.
The “Red and Whites” play at the famed Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium which is also known as its “roaring castle". It is a fact that Olympiacos enjoys the most fervent fans in Greece and amongst the most passionate in the world!
The club recently reached the Round of 16 in the 2013-14 UEFA Champions League where it will face Manchester United. Coached by Spain and Real Madrid legend Michel, the club’s diverse roster includes former Barcelona striker Javier Saviola, Greek defender Avraam Papadopoulos and Spanish goalkeeper Roberto Gago.
This year the club has partnered with UNICEF, who also appears on the team’s jersey, with the aim to immunize 50,000 children in need all around the world!