"We’re honored to be chosen by Commissioner Garber and the MLS for this prestigious game," Payne said. "Denver has a long history of staging high-profile events and we’re excited to work with the Rapids and Kroenke Sports to put on a great show for the fans and the teams involved."The July 29th-game, which will pit MLS All-Stars against a yet-to-be-named professional club most likely from Europe, will be televised by FS1. MLS went to an "us-against-the-world" style for its All-Star game in 2005, bringing English club Fulham stateside. Other opponents have included English stalwarts Manchester United and Chelsea as well as German power Bayern Munich, among others. According to the Denver Post, "Visit Denver CEO Richard Scharf speculated the economic impact would be 'somewhere between $15 and $20 million.'" Dicks Sporting Goods Park, located in Commerce City, Colorado, will play host. This will mark the second consecutive year the facility has hosted a marquee international event. It also hosted the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships last summer.