MLS_Campeones Cup_website_1600x900_eng

MLS Cup Champions NYCFC will host the Liga MX Champions at Yankee Stadium  

New York, N.Y., May 4, 2022 – New York City Football Club (NYCFC) today launched tickets for the 2022 Campeones Cup, an annual match between the reigning MLS Cup Champions and the Liga MX Campeón de Campeones winners. This year’s match will take place on September 14 at 7:30pm ET at Yankee Stadium. 

2022 City Members can purchase additional tickets and will receive preferred pricing for this match via this link. As a reminder City Members can use account credit to secure additional tickets.  The general public can purchase their tickets for the Cup match here

David Lee, NYCFC Sporting Director, commented: “Consistently competing for silverware is one of the top priorities for the Club, and the Campeones Cup is another great opportunity to deliver on this goal. As a match between the MLS Champions and Liga MX Champions, we take great pride in competing for the honor as the best team in North America. 

“This competition against a top international opponent will also provide valuable experience for our players and help further their development. It is where the Club belongs, and we’re looking forward to the chance to win a trophy at home in front of our fans.”  

Brad Sims, NYCFC CEO, added: “Hosting a competition like the Campeones Cup at Yankee Stadium will be a great experience for both our players and the fans. We know the fans will create an electric atmosphere, and we’ll need their support as we battle for another trophy.  

“Everyone at the Club has worked incredibly hard to reach this point, and we’re committed to sustaining this level of competitiveness and success our players and fans deserve.” 

Established in 2018, the Campeones Cup is an annual cup game hosted by the reigning MLS Cup Champions against the Liga MX Campeón de Campeones winners. NYCFC qualified as the MLS team and host for this year’s match following its first-ever MLS Cup win last year against Portland, winning 4-2 on penalties. MLS teams currently hold a 2-1 record in the competition.