Fans can purchase tickets at 10 a.m. through InternationalChampionsCup.com and through Ticketmaster.
The two teams are scheduled to take the field at NRG Stadium, and this will be the first time the rival teams have played each other outside of England.
Manchester United F.C. and Manchester City F.C. have a long and storied rivalry. The "Manchester Derby" has taken place 173 times between the two clubs who boast a combined 24 English Premier League titles, including seven of the previous ten.
The game will be a part of the International Champions Cup.
Ticket sales were delayed after the deadly terror attack at Manchester Arena on May 22.
Relevant Sports, who is organizing the game, said a portion of all ticket sales will be donated to the victims and families of the attack.
The attack killed 23 people and injured 119 outside the arena, where Ariana Grande had just finished her "Dangerous Woman" show.
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