Full list of 2024 Copa America stadiums and host cities

In the heart of the United States, anticipation mounts as the stage is set for the grand spectacle of soccer aficionados worldwide: the Copa America. This time, the prestigious tournament will grace American soil once again, promising an exhilarating fusion of South American flair and North American dynamism. Embarking on its second journey to the land of stars and stripes, the Copa America promises an electrifying display of the beautiful game, with six esteemed teams from North America joining the fray in this unique edition.

With memories of the enthralling Copa America Centenario in 2016 still vivid, where the passion of the game reverberated across the nation, the 2024 edition carries the torch of excitement to even greater heights. Reigning champions Argentina, led by the indomitable Lionel Messi, aim to defend their title against the continent’s finest, following their triumph over Brazil in a pulsating final in 2021. As the tournament unfolds from June 20 to July 14, 2024, the spotlight shines brightly on 14 magnificent venues scattered across the country, each poised to host the drama, glory, and triumph that define the Copa America experience. Join us as we unveil the full list of 2024 Copa America stadiums and host cities, igniting the passion of fans and celebrating the unity of nations through the universal language of football.

Hard Rock Stadium

Hard Rock Stadium
  • Location: Miami Gardens, Florida
  • Capacity: 64,767
  • Notable Tournaments: Hosted matches during the 1996 Summer Olympics and the FIFA World Cup in 1994.
  • Current Tenants: Miami Dolphins (NFL), Miami Hurricanes (NCAA Football)

The stage is set for the 2024 Copa America final, which is scheduled to take place on July 14 at Miami, Florida’s NFL franchise stadium. This choice is not only logical but also strategic, considering that Miami boasts the nation’s 14th largest Hispanic population, including a significant portion of the Argentinian community in the United States.

In addition to hosting the final, Hard Rock Stadium will be the venue for a pair of group stage matches, featuring both the United States and Argentina.

Hard Rock Stadium has a rich history of hosting soccer matches, with notable events such as a pre-World Cup friendly between Argentina and Honduras in September 2022, which drew an impressive crowd of over 64,000 fans. Moreover, the stadium is included in the lineup of venues slated to host matches for the 2026 World Cup.

Levi’s Stadium

  • Location: Santa Clara, California
  • Capacity: 68,500
  • Notable Tournaments: Hosted Super Bowl 50 in 2016 and the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship.
  • Current Tenants: San Francisco 49ers (NFL)

Bank of America Stadium

Bank of America Stadium
  • Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Capacity: 75,523
  • Notable Tournaments: Hosted matches during the 1994 FIFA World Cup.
  • Current Tenants: Carolina Panthers (NFL)

Bank of America Stadium, although not initially chosen for the 2026 World Cup, pleasantly surprises as it secures a pair of highly notable matches in this tournament, including a semifinal that could potentially highlight the clash between the United States and Brazil.

The existing turf field is expected to spark significant discussion, with a probable necessity for a grass solution to be implemented for these pivotal games.

MetLife Stadium

MetLife Stadium
  • Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
  • Capacity: 82,500
  • Notable Tournaments: Hosted Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014.
  • Current Tenants: New York Giants, New York Jets (both NFL)

As one of the largest stadiums in the USA, it’s no surprise that MetLife Stadium has been chosen as the venue for the 2026 World Cup final. Its grand stature also earns it a prominent role in the Copa America, including hosting a semifinal match that could potentially feature one or both of Argentina and Mexico. Additionally, the stadium will be the backdrop for a pair of group stage matches, one of which involves Argentina, although the US team won’t be part of the action.

AT&T Stadium

AT&T Stadium
  • Location: Arlington, Texas
  • Capacity: 80,000
  • Notable Tournaments: Hosted Super Bowl XLV in 2011 and the FIFA World Cup matches in 1994.
  • Current Tenants: Dallas Cowboys (NFL)

State Farm Stadium

State Farm Stadium
  • Location: Glendale, Arizona
  • Capacity: 63,400
  • Notable Tournaments: Hosted Super Bowl XLII in 2008 and Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.
  • Current Tenants: Arizona Cardinals (NFL)

State Farm Stadium, formerly known as University of Phoenix Stadium, has been the site of numerous monumental college football clashes throughout the years. In the upcoming 2024 Copa America, it will play host to a pair of group stage matches along with a quarterfinal match. Notably, Mexico will conclude its group stage campaign at this venue, following matches in Houston and Los Angeles.

Allegiant Stadium

Allegiant Stadium
  • Location: Paradise, Nevada (near Las Vegas)
  • Capacity: 65,000
  • Notable Tournaments: New stadium, first major international tournament hosting.
  • Current Tenants: Las Vegas Raiders (NFL)

Although Allegiant Stadium missed the deadline for inclusion in the 2026 World Cup bid, its stunning, state-of-the-art design made it an obvious choice for the 2024 Copa America lineup. Scheduled to host a thrilling group stage encounter featuring Brazil, the venue holds the potential to witness the USMNT in action during the quarterfinals, provided they emerge victorious in Group C.

For Allegiant Stadium, this event serves as somewhat of an audition. If rumors of tension between FIFA and SoFi Stadium owner Stan Kroenke result in the relocation of World Cup matches, Allegiant could find itself in contention to fill the void.

NRG Stadium

NRG Stadium
  • Location: Houston, Texas
  • Capacity: 72,220
  • Notable Tournaments: Hosted Super Bowl LI in 2017.
  • Current Tenants: Houston Texans (NFL)

NRG Stadium, the renowned home of the Houston Texans, is set to welcome Mexico during the group stage of the tournament. Additionally, it may serve as the venue for a potential Argentina quarterfinal match, should they secure victory in Group A as anticipated. With its strategic location near the southern border, it’s fitting that NRG Stadium, as one of the three Texas venues, hosts these significant encounters. Furthermore, NRG Stadium will host group B and D matches, adding to the excitement of the tournament’s schedule.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • Location: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Capacity: 71,000
  • Notable Tournaments: Hosted Super Bowl LIII in 2019 and the 2018 MLS Cup Final.
  • Current Tenants: Atlanta Falcons (NFL), Atlanta United FC (MLS)

CONMEBOL has designated Atlanta, Georgia’s state-of-the-art venue to host the opening match of the competition on June 20, 2024, featuring Argentina, as well as a Group C match involving the United States.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium, alongside SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, stands as one of the nation’s most acclaimed new sports arenas. Additionally, Group A and Group C matches will unfold at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, adding further excitement to the tournament’s schedule.

SoFi Stadium

SoFi Stadium
  • Location: Inglewood, California (Los Angeles)
  • Capacity: 70,240
  • Notable Tournaments: New stadium, first major international tournament hosting.
  • Current Tenants: Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers (both NFL)

Arrowhead Stadium

Arrowhead Stadium
  • Location: Kansas City, Missouri
  • Capacity: 76,416
  • Notable Tournaments: Hosted matches during the 1994 FIFA World Cup.
  • Current Tenants: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL)

Children’s Mercy Park

Children's Mercy Park
  • Location: Kansas City, Kansas
  • Capacity: 18,467
  • Notable Tournaments: Regularly hosts matches for the U.S. Open Cup and CONCACAF Champions League.
  • Current Tenants: Sporting Kansas City (MLS)

Exploria Stadium

Exploria Stadium
  • Location: Orlando, Florida
  • Capacity: 25,500
  • Notable Tournaments: Regularly hosts matches for the SheBelieves Cup and MLS All-Star Game.
  • Current Tenants: Orlando City SC (MLS)

Q2 Stadium

Q2 Stadium
  • Location: Austin, Texas
  • Capacity: 20,738
  • Notable Tournaments: New stadium, first major international tournament hosting.
  • Current Tenants: Austin FC (MLS)

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