It turns out that signing the greatest player to ever lace up a pair of boots* (cleats) dramatically alters ticket sales. When Inter Miami signed Lionel Messi from PSG, this was exactly the impact the team and MLS were looking for. That is why the deal got done – along with some help from sponsors keen to get Messi into their US (and worldwide) ad campaigns, and it is why Inter Miami – already a club with star power under the ownership of David Beckham – is now one of the hottest tickets in world football.
*Sorry to those CR& fans. It is just a matter of opinion!
Check out a full list of Inter Miami’s remaining home fixtures at the end of this post.
Use this as a comparison exercise, noting that the soonest Messi will play for Inter Miami is on July 8th ( a game on the road against D.C. United.)
They are the two MLS games that Messi will not and should be at. If you want a ticket to the game that is likely to be Messi’s home debut – a match in the Leagues Cup against Mexico’s Cruz Azul – then the cheapest tickets onImmortal Seats are north of $1,000. Remember, Messi isn’t even guaranteed to play in that game as he is contracted to PSG until June 30 and then will have to bed into his new surroundings.
Get a ticket for a game later int he season to be safe. You are welcome.