Las Chivas de Guadalajara will compete against Los Rayados de Monterrey in the Houston Clásico presented by Cervecería Tecate, State Farm Insurance and Pazzo Sports for a friendly game on Friday, July 17, 2015 at the BBVA Compass Stadium, located at 2200 Texas Avenue in Houston, TX. This will be the first match after the 2015 Liga MX Clausura last March, where Club Deportivo Guadalajara won 3-0.

One of the oldest and most popular clubs in Mexico, Club Deportivo Guadalajara, known as “Las Chivas de Guadalajara” was founded in 1906, and is the only soccer club in Mexico to sign Mexican players. During the 2015 Liga MX Clausura, Las Chivas made it to the semifinals, and with that held the fifth position on the chart. José Manuel de la Torre Menchaca is the team’s current manager, and he is committed to prepare the team, during the pre-season, to compete for the 2015 Liga MX Apertura champion title.

Club de Fútbol Monterrey, known as “Los Rayados del Monterrey”, has been invited for the second time by Pazzo Sports for the Clásico match. Los Rayados won three consecutive CONCACAF Champions League from 2011-2013. Club Monterrey was founded in 1945, and is the oldest active team in the professional division from northern Mexico. Now, it’s Ricardo “El Turco” Mohamed’s shot, as the new team manager to show the fans what Los Rayados can do on the field.

Be on the lookout for the official ticket on-sale at www.HoustonClasico.com and www.BBVAcompassstadium.com, and be the first to score good seats. Tickets starting as low as $35. Ticket prices are subject to change. All seats are reserved; tickets will be available through AXS.com, Ticketon.com, Tiendas La Michoacana or at the venue’s Box Office.

*Tickets may be subject to service charges, facility and handling fees.