Stadiums and cities of the Copa América 2024: These will be the official venues

What will be the places that will host such a tournament in a country where soccer is not the main sport?

  • austin
  • atlanta
  • Arlington
  • charlotte
  • East Rutherford
  • Glendale
  • Houston
  • inglewood
  • Kansas City (Kansas)
  • Kansas City (Missouri)
  • Las Vegas
  • miami
  • Saint Clare
  • orlando

Q2 Stadium (Austin)

The Austin FC stadium of the MLS will be used for two group stage matches, both corresponding to the third date. First of all, Jamaica and Venezuela will meet on Sunday, June 30. As for the second duel, Costa Rica will face Paraguay in Group D, on Tuesday, July 2.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta)

Located in Atlanta, it will host the opening match of the tournament between Argentina and Canada, which will be played on Thursday, June 20 before 71,000 spectators. The other match that will be played is Panama-United States, on Thursday, June 26.

AT&T Stadium (Arlington)

AT&T Stadium will host two group stage matches and one quarterfinal match. Peru-Chile (Friday, June 21, on Date 1), United States-Bolivia (Sunday, June 23, on Date 1) and the 1st in Group B with the 2nd in Group A (Friday, July 5, for the quarters).

Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte)

Located in downtown Charlotte, Bank of America Stadium will have the opportunity to witness two key matches of the competition. First of all, one of the semifinals will be played there (Wednesday, July 10). And secondly, the duel for third place (Saturday, July 13).

MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford)

It is the stadium with the largest capacity of the Copa América 2024: 82,500 spectators. It should be noted that it was chosen by FIFA to host the World Cup final in 2026.

MetLife Stadium will witness the matches between Argentina and Chile, on Tuesday, June 25, and Uruguay against Bolivia, on Thursday, June 27. In addition, one of the tournament's semifinals will be played here (Tuesday, July 9).

State Farm Stadium (Glendale)

Located in Glendale, in the state of Arizona, this stadium is multipurpose and accommodates 63,400 fans.

Here, two group stage matches and one quarterfinal match will be played. The first will be between Colombia and Costa Rica, on Friday, June 28. The second match corresponds to the last date: Mexico-Ecuador, two countries that will seek their place in the 4th round. It will be played on Sunday, June 30. And the duel for the quarterfinals will be between the 1st in Group D and the 2nd in Group C, on Saturday, July 6.

NRG Stadium (Houston)

Located in the city of Houston, Texas, NRG Stadium opened in 2022 and has a capacity for 72,200 spectators.

Two group stage matches and a quarterfinal of the Copa América 2024 will be played here. Mexico and Jamaica will make their debut in the competition on June 22. In addition, Colombia and Paraguay will also debut in the tournament on Monday, June 24. Finally, it will host the quarterfinal match between the 1st in Group A and the 2nd in Group B. This will be played on Thursday, July 4.

SoFi Stadium (Inglewood)

SoFi Stadium is located in Inglewood, California. It is a modern stadium, which was inaugurated in 2020 and has a capacity for 70,000 people.

Only two group stage matches will be played: Brazil-Costa Rica, on Friday, June 24, and Venezuela-Mexico, on Wednesday, June 26.

Children's Mercy Park (Kansas City)

This is the stadium with the smallest capacity in the competition: 18,500 people can attend. It was inaugurated in 2011. Only one match will be played at Children's Mercy Park: Peru and Canada will meet for the second date of Group A, on Tuesday, June 25.

Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas, Missouri)

Arrowhead Stadium is located in Kansas City, Missouri. It has a capacity for 76,400 people and is the home of the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs.

Only one Copa América 2024 match will be played here, the most exciting in Group C: the United States and Uruguay will close their participation in the group stage on Monday, July 1.

Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas)

Located in Las Vegas, this stadium belongs to the NFL's Las Vegas Raiders and the UNLV Rebels college football team. It was inaugurated in 2020 and houses 65,000 spectators.

Ecuador-Jamaica (Wednesday, June 26) and Paraguay-Brazil (Friday, June 28) will be the two group stage matches that will be played in this stadium. But one of the quarterfinals will also be played: 1st in Group C with 2nd in Group D, on Saturday, July 6.

Hard Rock Stadium (Miami)

Hard Rock Stadium is located in Miami Gardens, Florida, and is the home of the NFL's Miami Dolphins. With capacity for 65,326 spectators.

This stadium will not only host two group stage matches (Uruguay-Panama, on Sunday, June 23, and Argentina-Peru, on Saturday, June 29), but will also host the grand final of the tournament. The definition will be on Sunday, July 14.

Exploria Stadium (Orlando)

It is the third stadium with the smallest capacity in the tournament: 25,500 spectators. It is located in Orlando.

The Exploria Stadium will host two group stage matches: Canada-Chile, on Saturday, June 29, and Bolivia-Panama, on Monday, July 1.