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Copa America 2024 venue guide: Everything you need to know about the stadiums

This edition of the Copa America kicks off on June 21, with defending champions Argentina taking on Canada in a Group A match at the Mercedez Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

The tournament will be held in 14 stadiums in 10 states in the United States. Hard Rock Stadium in Florida will host the final of the tournament on July 14.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Copa America 2024 venues:

Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, Georgia

Located on the east coast, it will host two matches of the 2024 Copa América. It has a capacity for 71,000 people and will host one of the semi-finals of the FIFA World Cup in 2026. The stadium was inaugurated in 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia, and is home to the Atlanta United (MLS) and the Atlanta Falcons (NFL).

The stadium will host two matches: the opening match on June 20 for Group A, between Argentina – the reigning champions – and tournament debutants Canada.

The other match is on June 27 for Group C, where the United States plays Panama.

In 2026, it will be one of the stadiums hosting the FIFA World Cup, hosting five group stage matches, one in the Round of 32, one in the Round of 16 and one in the semi-finals.

Matches:

Argentina vs. Canada – June 20 (tournament opener)

United States vs. Panama – June 27

Hard Rock Stadium – Miami Gardens, Florida

Located on the east coast, the final of the tournament will take place here. It has a capacity of 65,300 people and will also be part of the Football World Cup in 2026.

The stadium is located in Miami Gardens and was inaugurated in 1987. It is the home of the Miami Dolphins, an NFL team. It has hosted the Super Bowl in six editions: 1989, 1995, 1999, 2007, 2010 and 2020.

In addition to American football, Hard Rock Stadium has significant involvement in other sports. Since 2019, it has been the venue for the Miami Masters 1000 (at the first edition held there, Roger Federer was the champion), and since 2022, a Formula 1 circuit has had the stadium as its center.

Matches:

Uruguay vs Panama – June 23

Argentina vs Peru – June 29

Tournament final – July 14

AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas

Located in the center of the country, three matches will take place. It has a capacity of 80,000. AT&T Stadium was inaugurated in 2009 and became the site for the Super Bowl in 2011. It is located in Arlington, Texas, and is home to the Dallas Cowboys, an NFL team.

In addition to the Copa América tournament, other notable events that the stadium will host in 2024 are the Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks concerts and the Final Four of the CONCACAF Nations League. In 2023, a friendly match between Real Madrid and Barcelona was played in the same stadium.

Matches:

Chile vs. Peru – June 21

United States vs. Bolivia – June 23

Quarter-final B1 versus A2

GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium – Kansas City, Missouri

Located in the center of the country, one match will take place. It has a capacity of 76,400 people and is known as the loudest stadium in the world.

With more than half a century of history: it was inaugurated in 1972 and has undergone five major changes, the last of which was in 2010. It is located in Kansas City, Missouri.

The home of the Kansas Chiefs, the reigning NFL champions, will host one of the most anticipated matches of the group stage between the hosts United States and Uruguay, one of the tournament’s most successful teams with 15 titles.

Matches:

USA vs Uruguay – July 1

Q2 Stadium – Austin, Texas

Located in the center of the country in Texas, it will host two matches and have a capacity of 20,700.

The Q2 Stadium has an ecological design and construction that has achieved LEED Gold certification, an American program that rewards improvement of the environment and human health.

In addition, the United States national team played a Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifier at this stadium, and it also hosted one of the semi-finals of the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup.

Matches:

Jamaica vs Venezuela – June 30

Paraguay vs. Costa Rica – July 2

Bank of America Stadium – Charlotte, North Carolina

Located on the east coast, it will host two matches and have a capacity of 74,500.

Inaugurated in 1996, the stadium is currently home to two teams: the Carolina Panthers (NFL) and the Charlotte FC (MLS).

The stadium, where Mexico played a friendly match against Ghana in October 2023, has six panthers distributed at its three entrances. They are called the ‘indomitable spirit’.

Matches:

Semi-final – July 10

Third place match – July 13

MetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, New Jersey

Located on the east coast of the United States, it will host three matches. It has a capacity of 82,500 seats and will play a prominent role during the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

During the 2026 FIFA World Cup, Metlife Stadium will be one of the main venues, with eight matches scheduled: five matches in the group stage, one in the round of 32, one in the round of 16 and the tournament final.

In addition, the stadium hosted Wrestlemania twice (2013 and 2019) and the Super Bowl (2014).

Matches:

Chile vs. Argentina – June 25

Uruguay vs Bolivia – June 27

Semi-final – July 9

State Farm Stadium – Glendale, Arizona

Located on the west coast of the US, it will host three matches. It has a capacity of 63,400 people and has technology that allows grass removal.

It was inaugurated in 2006 and is home to the Arizona Cardinals, an NFL team. It is a stadium that has been important in recent American football history: it has hosted three editions of the Super Bowl (2008, 2015 and 2023).

The stadium, which prides itself on hosting two hundred events a year, has a retractable roof and, even more curiously, grass that can be removed from the stadium. From the start of the process, the stadium’s Tifway 419 grass can be removed in 70 minutes, either to get better lighting or to prepare for an event that doesn’t require grass.

Matches:

Colombia vs. Costa Rica – June 28

Mexico vs Ecuador – June 30

Quarter-final – D1 vs C 2 – 6 July

NRG Stadium – Houston, Texas

The stadium is located in the center of the country and will accommodate three matches. It has a capacity for 72,200 people and will also be part of the Football World Cup.

The 2026 FIFA World Cup is another major event where the NRG Stadium will be in action. There will be seven matches: five group stage matches, one in the round of 16 and one in the round of 16.

Matches:

Mexico vs Jamaica – June 22

Colombia vs Paraguay – June 24

Quarter-final A 1 vs B 2 – 4 July

SoFi Stadium – Inglewood, California

Located on the west coast of the US, it will host two matches. It was inaugurated in 2020 and is home to the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, two NFL teams.

Furthermore, SoFi Stadium has a busy schedule ahead: it will host 8 matches of the 2026 FIFA World Cup, including the United States’ debut and a quarter-final; and it will also host the opening ceremony of the 2028 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.

Matches:

Brazil vs Costa Rica – June 24

Venezuela vs. Mexico – June 26

Mercy Park for Kids – Kansas City, Kansas

Located in the center of the country, it will host one match and have a capacity of 18,500. Inaugurated in 2013, it is home to Sporting Kansas City, a team that plays in the MLS and was the 2013 national champion.

The stadium hosted CONCACAF Gold Cup matches in 2011, 2015, 2019 and 2021. The United States also played home World Cup qualifiers there against Guatemala and Jamaica.

Matches:

Peru vs. Canada – June 25

Allegiant Stadium – Las Vegas, Nevada

The stadium, located on the west coast of the US, will host three matches during the tournament and has a capacity of 65,500.

Inaugurated in 2020, it is home to the Raiders, the American football team that participates in the NFL.

Matches:

Ecuador vs Jamaica – June 26

Paraguay vs Brazil – June 28

Quarter-final C1 vs B2 – July 6

Inter&Co Stadium – Orlando, Florida

Located on the east coast, it will host two matches during the tournament and has a capacity of 25,500.

The stadium was inaugurated in 2017 and is home to Orlando City, the team that plays in the MLS. The United States national team also played in this stadium: it was one of their home venues for the World Cup qualifiers for both Russia 2018 and Qatar 2022.

Matches:

Canada vs. Chile – June 29

Bolivia vs Panama – July 1

Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, California

Located on the west coast, the tournament will feature two matches. It has a capacity for 68,500 people and will also be part of the Football World Cup.

The stadium was inaugurated in 2014 and has since been home to the San Francisco 49ers, an NFL team.

The stadium will have a busy calendar in 2026. It will be the Super Bowl again and then six matches of the FIFA World Cup (five group stage matches and one round of 32 matches).

Matches:

Ecuador vs. Venezuela – June 22

Brazil vs Colombia – July 2

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