Barcelona, Real Madrid to face off in Las Vegas this summer

LaLiga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona will face off in Las Vegas this summer as part of the inaugural Soccer Champions Tour, organizers AEG announced on Friday.

The series of five exhibitions, set to run from July 22 to July 30, will also include Liga MX sides Club America and Club Deportivo Guadalajara -- also known as Chivas -- as well as the Italian side Juventus.

The soccer fans in the U.S.  to once again watch their favorite European and Mexican clubs play in person," AEG senior vice president of soccer & business operations and business development Tom Braun said.

Juventus and Chivas will play the first match at Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium on July 22, followed by Madrid and Barca at the same venue a day later.

Madrid and Club America will square off on July 26 at Oracle Park in San Francisco, followed by Barca and Juve at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas later that day.

The final match of the tour will take place at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles between Juventus and Madrid.

Real Madrid recently won its 14th Champions League crown, as well as its 35th LaLiga title this season with the help of stars like Karim Benzema, Luka Modric, Thibaut Courtois, Vinicius Junior, Toni Kroos and Casemiro.

Barcelona has won 72 major domestic titles, including 26 LaLiga titles, 31 Copa del Rey titles, and five Champions League titles.