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Tickets On Sale Now! Q2 Stadium To Host Tour Águila Match Between Club América and C.F. Monterrey

In partnership with PRIMETIME Sports, Austin FC announced on Monday that Q2 Stadium will host a Tour Águila match on Saturday, March 26 at 7:30 p.m. CT between Liga MX giants Club América and Club de Fútbol Monterrey. In addition to being the first meeting between two Liga MX teams at Q2 Stadium, the match represents a re-match of the 2021 Concacaf Champions League Final.

Club América vs. C.F. Monterrey

Club América vs. C.F. Monterrey

This Tour Águila match is coming to Q2 Stadium!

Season Ticket Members of The Oak Collective will receive access to a ticket pre-sale on Tuesday, February 8 at 10:00 a.m. CT and Waitlist Members of The Oak Collective will receive access to a ticket pre-sale on Wednesday, February 9 at 10:00 a.m. CT. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday, February 10 at 10:00 a.m. CT and will be available on

“Austin has established itself as a world-class soccer community and continues to attract some of the most popular and well-known Clubs and international teams from across the globe,” said Austin FC President Andy Loughnane. “Q2 Stadium is a perfect venue for large scale and high-profile soccer events and Austin FC looks forward to welcoming both Club América and Club de Fútbol Monterrey to the capital of Texas.”

Club América and Monterrey are two of Mexico’s most successful and historic clubs. Based in Mexico City at the famous Estadio Azteca, América has won more titles than any other team in Mexican soccer, with a record 13 league titles, six (6) Copa MX titles, and six (6) Campeón de Campeones cups. América’s 10 FIFA recognized club trophies are the most of any club in the Concacaf region, with a record seven (7) Concacaf Champions Cup/Champions League titles, two (2) Copa Interamericana titles, and one (1) Concacaf Giants Cup.

Monterrey defeated Club América in last year’s Concacaf Champions League Final, and is currently competing at the FIFA Club World Cup as a result. Nicknamed Rayados, the club became the second Mexican team to achieve a continental treble when it won the Concacaf Champions League and Liga MX Apertura titles in 2019 and Copa MX in 2020. In total, Monterrey has won five (5) Mexican league titles, five (5) Concacaf Champions League titles, and three (3) Copa MX titles.

Prior to the match, there will be a Fan Fest taking place outside Q2 Stadium from 3:30 p.m. CT, featuring live music, food, team mascot, championship trophies won by Club América, and more.

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