If you’re a football fan, the International Champions Cup happening at the end of July is a must-see; and if speed is more your thing, the F1 Singapore Grand Prix night race returns in September.
Football at its best with the International Champions Cup
For the sixth instalment of the International Champions Cup (ICC) this year, three of the most popular clubs in the world – Arsenal, Atlético Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain – will be playing at the National Stadium in their bid to become ICC champs. This football tournament sees 18 clubs competing in 27 matches across Europe, the USA and Singapore, the only Asian venue. These exciting matches will be played on 26, 28 and 30 July, and tickets are on sale now, starting at a very reasonable S$28.
For more information on tickets and seating, head to sportshub.com.sg.
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F1 night fever
The F1 Singapore Grand Prix is a night road race held at the Marina Bay street circuit and is considered one of the most exciting on the racing calendar. For three days, the city embraces all things F1, and it’s an excellent time to spend a weekend in Singapore. Aside from the action happening on the track, this year’s line-up of performers includes The Killers, Dua Lipa, Martin Garrix, Jay Chou and Simply Red amongst others. The F1 weekend takes place from 14-16 September and there are a number of packages available, including single-day Sunday Padang Grandstand and Premier Walkabout as well as three-day options covering the race and entertainment.
For more information on tickets, packages and F1 activities, head to singaporegp.sg.