Real Madrid will meet Manchester United in the 2017 UEFA Super Cup after defeating Juventus 4-1 in the Champions League final.
The two teams will square off at the Philip II National Arena in Skopje, Macedonia, on Aug. 8, with United having won the Europa League last month.
The clash will pit Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo against former club United, while Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho will also face his old side.
Madrid are the current holders of the UEFA Super Cup, having beaten Sevilla in the 2016 final, and will be looking win the trophy for the third time in three years. United, meanwhile, will be aiming to win the title for the first time since 1991.
Madrid are the current holders of the trophy, having beaten Sevilla in the 2016 final.
The 33,460-seater Philip II National Arena, which reopened in 2009, hosted five games during the 2010 European Women’s Under-19 Championship.