Tom Brady loses a friendly football game in the Hamptons before Michael Rubin’s Fourth of July white party

Tom Brady didn’t bring his A-game to the Hamptons this year.

We’re told the legendary former New England Patriots quarterback, 46, lost a friendly game of beach football before Michael Rubin’s annual Fourth of July bash on Thursday.

While Brady was the captain of one team, Houston Texans quarterback CJ Stroud led the other.

“Brady’s team lost 5-4 to CJ’s team,” an insider tells Page Six exclusively about the retired Super Bowl champion’s beach loss.

“It was a little pre-white party bbq and a soccer game on the beach,” adds the source. Players included Rubin, Travis Scott, Quavo, Odell Beckham Jr., Damar Hamlin, Micah Parsons and others.

The Fanatics founder, 51, shared a montage of the match on his Instagram on Thursday, starting with a video of the two quarterbacks picking their team.

“We have all kinds of skill levels here,” Brady joked in the clip.

Although the game was all in good fun, it seemed to become competitive among the group as they worked up a sweat on the beach.

Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin, who survived a cardiac arrest midgame in January 2023, apparently sealed Stroud’s team victory after he caught a pass from Brady.

“Pre White Party mini-camp…getting our reps and our body right 😂 let’s go,” Rubin captioned the video.

The CEO will welcome 350 of the biggest names in sports and entertainment to his Hamptons home on Thursday for his annual white bash, which is widely considered the hottest ticket of the summer.

While Rubin kept the exclusive guest list close to the vest this year, past attendees have included the Kardashians, Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Drake and more.

Page Six was previously told that Rubin “gets hundreds of calls a day” from people asking to attend.

We’re told he even “had two separate offers of $1 million in donations” for an invite — which he turned down.

“Numerous business titans, billionaires, artists and athletes have been told there is no room for them as they join the 350 people,” the insider told us last month.

Those lucky enough to snag a spot on the guest list were sent custom Travis Scott x George Condo sneakers, which are estimated to be worth up to $50,000.

The all-white “Cactus Jack AJ 1 Lows” were numbered, with each guest’s name inscribed on the insole.

The limited edition kicks arrived in white suitcases with a note that read: “Don’t puke on these! Not for resale…I know who you are.”

Before the official invitations were delivered, Rubin, again, teamed up with Condo to send each celebrant a custom, framed illustration.

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