lunes, 22 de abril de 2024

IPW 2024


From year-round sunshine to top-of-the-line sporting facilities and championship-winning teams, Miami is heaven for die-hard sports fans. And when it comes to having the home-field advantage, Sunny Isles Beach is the undisputed champion! On a barrier island bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west, Sunny Isles Beach Miami is a seaside escape with quickest access to the heart of South Florida's sports energy and action.

Perfectly situated in Miami, it is an idyllic enclave of sun-drenched shores tucked away from the hustle and bustle, but an easy reach – 30 minutes or less – to the best sporting events and historic teams! 

 Attending a professional sports game in Miami is an experience unto itself.  The Hard Rock Stadium is the nexus of sports, world-class concerts and events  – only 20 minutes away from Sunny Isles Beach and where the Miami Dolphins call home. The Miami Marlins play at ultra-modern loanDepot Park boasting a retractable roof and captivating art installations.  And basketball fans must experience the excitement of cheering on the Miami HEAT to victory at Kaseya Center, right in the heart of Downtown Miami. Last and not least, Chase Stadium in Fort Lauderdale home to Inter Miami CF is where fans enjoy watching Lionel Messi and his teammates' soccer dominance.

20 Minutes from the Action… Upcoming Sporting Events

Formula 1 Grand Prix

For the third straight year, Formula 1's  Miami Grand Prix race (May 3 -5) is being held on a state-of-the-art course built on parking lots adjacent to Hard Rock Stadium. Make no mistake: This is no simple drive through a sea of concrete. The 19-turn track winds past a beach, a marina, palm trees, 11 grandstands and countless fan zones. And it will feature the world's best drivers speeding by so close, you'll almost see the excitement in their eyes.

Formula 1 differs from other auto racing not just in the types of cars used but also in the scene surrounding it. Hospitality tents, celebrities and weekend-long parties accompany the circuit. It's a natural fit in the country's biggest event destination. The Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix is a three-day event. On Friday, May 3, drivers will practice on the Miami International Autodrome, which winds around Hard Rock Stadium. Saturday brings more practice and qualifying, and Sunday is the day of the main race and the biggest parties.

Copa America

The CONMEBOL Copa America is coming to Miami June 23 – July 14. The world's oldest international soccer tournament will bring 16 teams to the United States for its 48th edition, and Hard Rock Stadium will host two group stage matches in June as well as the final on July 14. Some of the sport's best players and passionate fans from all over will descend upon Greater Miami for three exciting days of international competition.

 In 2024, competing teams will include the 10 member countries of the Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol (CONMEBOL): Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. The tournament will also include six teams from the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF). This year, those will be Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, the United States and two to-be-determined countries.

Pegasus World Cup Invitational

Miami became the home of the world's richest thoroughbred horse race in 2017 when the first Pegasus World Cup Invitational was held at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach which is only 15 minute car ride from Sunny Isles Miami.  The annual race held in January features 12 horses racing for $16 million, attracting the best horses and owners from around the world and offering fans a horse racing experience like none other.

 Miami Open

The biggest stars in tennis are returning to Miami for the 2025 Miami Open presented by Itau March 16 – 30 (subject to change). The tournament brings all the first-rate tennis, gourmet local food and spectacular scenery the Miami Open is famous for, with exciting new additions like pickleball and wheelchair tennis. The experience is so much more than watching the matches, as VIP lounges, special dining experiences and interactive installations make the Miami Open as much a social event as a sports spectacle. Here's all you need to know before enjoying your time at the Miami Open.

Coming 2026: FIFA World Cup… Get ready to join the global celebration!

Mark your calendars for when FIFA World Cup 26™ lights up Miami, starting June 13, 2026 and continuing through the tournament final on July 19, 2026. From the electric atmosphere to the unforgettable moments, prepare to be swept away by the energy and passion of the beautiful game.  The 2026 World Cup will be held in cities across the United States, Canada and Mexico. Miami was one of 16 U.S. locations that bid to host matches.

The Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens will host up to six matches. Aside from being home to the Miami Dolphins, the stadium is well-known among international soccer fans. It was built according to FIFA specifications and has hosted several marquee international matches over the years. Most notably, it was the site of a 2017 edition of El Clásico. This matchup between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona was the highest-grossing soccer match ever to take place in North America.

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