Don't miss your chance to see England's Premier League champion Manchester City face off against Italian giants AC Milan at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on July 27. The match will be part of the 2014 International Champions Cup, which features eight top international soccer clubs battling for a spot in the elusive final. The competition gives stateside fans the opportunity to experience some of the best players in the game in action in major outdoor stadiums across the country.
Heinz Field Seating Information
You can watch this AC Milan-Manchester City International Champions Cup match at Heinz Field from the Upper, Club, Mezzanine or Lower Level sections. Upper Level Sections 536 and 537, Club Level Sections 230-239, and Lower Level Sections 128-140 are located at the west side of the Heinz Field. East side sections include Lower Level Sections 103-119, Club Level Sections 206-213 and Upper Level Sections 510-515. Upper Level Sections 520-522, Mezzanine Level Sections 220 and 225, and Lower Level Sections 120 and 125 are located on the north side of the stadium, directly across from the scoreboard. AC Milan and Manchester City will likely occupy the same sideline, which will be designated closer to the match.
Heinz Field General Information
Heinz Field is a no-smoking, no re-entry stadium. Professional recording equipment, alcohol, laser pointers, weapons, noisemakers, coolers, large bags, and backpacks are not allowed on the premises. Visitors are allowed to bring binoculars, small cameras, water and food in small, clear plastic bags to the stadium grounds. In addition to standard stadium food like burgers and pizza, Heinz Field offers gluten-free, vegetarian and kid-friendly snack options throughout the venue.
Heinz Field Parking Information
Parking options near Heinz Field include North Shore parking at River Casino and Beaver Avenue lots; over 20,000 downtown parking lots at First Avenue and Mellon garage with free T-ride to the stadium; and multiple pre-sold parking options.
Heinz Field Gate Times
Gates usually open 1-2 hours prior to the start of events, but you may want to contact Heinz Field staff directly for more information regarding the ICC match on July 27. Visitors above the age of 2 will need to have their own ticket to enter the stadium.