100 Days Out to Leagues Cup 2024: Inter Miami CF Gear Up to Defend Leagues Cup Title


The countdown has begun! The 2024 Leagues Cup is starting 100 days from today. As the reigning champion, Inter Miami CF, is ready to take the pitch to defend the title. Don’t miss out on your chance to attend Inter Miami CF’s opening match of the competition against Puebla on July 27 at Chase Stadium.

Ticketing Information

Inter Miami CF Season Ticket Members currently have the first opportunity to purchase tickets for the upcoming Leagues Cup match at Chase Stadium, as STMs received the option to purchase their exact seats via a first right of refusal offer through email. This Season Ticket Member benefit is new in 2024 after the great feedback we received from our STMs after last year's tournament. Be sure to check your inbox, as the first right of refusal lasts until Monday, April 22, at 9 a.m. ET.

Inter Miami CF fans will have the opportunity to secure tickets beginning this month as well. The big first day to purchase your tickets is Friday, April 26. Fans interested in learning more should sign up for the presale HERE! The pre-sale will be available prior to the public on-sale and those that sign up will receive their pre-sale code via email. There will be a limit of four tickets per pre-sale purchase. Season Ticket Members will be automatically entered into the pre-sale and will have the opportunity to purchase additional seats at this time.

A limited number of tickets will be available for the general public beginning the same day, April 26 starting at 1 p.m. ET.

Inter Miami CF’s 2024 Leagues Cup Schedule

The highly-anticipated tournament will kick off on July 26 and the reigning champions are set to defend their first-ever title beginning with a group-stage match against Club Puebla on July 27 at 8 p.m. ET at Chase Stadium.

Inter Miami CF will hit the road and head to Houston, TX to face Tigres UANL on August 3rd at NRG Stadium at 8 p.m. ET.

The 2024 Leagues Cup

This year’s Leagues Cup will feature 18 teams from the Mexican league, Liga MX, and Major League Soccer (MLS) representing teams from the United States and Canada.

All the clubs, except the champions from each league, are ranked and divided into three groups based on their performance (ranks 1-15, 16-30, and 31-45). There are 15 groups, each made up of one club from each rank tier. The clubs in each group are selected to ensure they are geographically close to each other and evenly matched in skill.

The tournament is divided into two geographical regions, East and West, to cut down on travel. The East has seven groups and the West has eight. The champions from the previous year, Club America from LIGA MX and Columbus Crew from MLS, automatically move to the Round of 32, skipping the initial group stages. The top-ranked LIGA MX can host games in their home venues up to certain stages of the tournament, depending on their rankings. For example, the highest-ranked club can host games up to the Round of 16.

Overall, the format is set up to manage travel for the teams better, maintain competitive balance, and provide advantages to the highest-performing clubs from the previous season.

La Primera

Inter Miami CF claimed its first-ever title with a victory last year in the final by defeating Nashville SC in the final at GEODIS Park in Nashville. The final was highlighted by a screamer from the 2023 Leagues Cup Best Player and Top Scorer Lionel Messi, and a match-deciding penalty save from 2023 Leagues Cup Best Goalkeeper winner Drake Callender.

Where to Watch

Fans around the world will be able to watch the Leagues Cup matches on MLS Season Pass on the Apple TV app. Select matches will be broadcasted on TelevisaUnivision, Fox Sports (FS1), TSN, and RDN. 

¡Vamos por la segunda!