Copa America 2024 Stadiums and Venue List

The 2024 Copa America will be hosted in the United States from June 20 to July 10, as announced by CONMEBOL and CONCACAF. This prestigious South American football tournament comes to the US for the second time, after the special centennial 2016 edition which was also held in America.

A total of 16 national teams are expected to compete in the 48th edition of the Copa America in 2024. 10 sides will come from CONMEBOL, which governs football in South America, while 6 teams will represent CONCACAF, the confederation for North and Central America and the Caribbean.

Copa America 2024 Stadiums and Venue List

The host cities and stadiums for the 2024 Copa America has been officially revealed. Many of the stadiums used in 2016 when the Copa was last held in America are likely to host matches again in 2024.

Cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Boston, Seattle, and Philadelphia could potentially host the 2024 Copa America games.

Iconic football stadiums like the Rose Bowl, Soldier Field, NRG Stadium, Gillette Stadium, Lumen Field and Lincoln Financial Field may be picked as venues.

Argentina will come into the 2024 tournament as defending champions, having won the 2021 Copa America in Brazil. Superstar Lionel Messi finally won his first major international trophy with Argentina in that edition. At 37 years old in 2024, Messi will aim to win one last Copa on US soil before retirement.

In an interesting twist, Messi is set to join MLS club Inter Miami CF in mid-2023, just before the 2024 Copa. He could play in his new home stadium if Miami is selected as a host city. This would certainly boost attendance and viewership of the tournament in America.

The US is set to host several major international football tournaments in the coming years. Along with the 2024 Copa America and 2026 World Cup, America will also host the inaugural 2025 FIFA Club World Cup. Football fans across the country will have many high-profile matches to look forward to on home turf.

Copa America 2024 Stadiums

The host venues and stadiums for the 2024 Copa America in the United States have been officially announced by CONMEBOL. CONMEBOL president Alejandro Domínguez has stated that the list of cities and stadiums.

With the tournament set for June-July 2024, fans are eager to find out which cities will host the South American teams this time around. The US is co-hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup with Mexico and Canada, so the 2024 Copa America will serve as an important test event for the World Cup preparations.

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When America last hosted an expanded Copa America in 2016, a total of 10 cities and venues were selected to host games. The host stadiums were chosen through a bidding process based on capacity, with a minimum requirement of 50,000 seats.

A similar selection criteria could be used this time around. The United States has no shortage of large, modern stadiums capable of hosting major international matches. Cities with iconic venues like Los Angeles (Rose Bowl), Chicago (Soldier Field), and Houston (NRG Stadium) are strong candidates.

Other potential host cities include Boston, Seattle, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas, Miami, San Francisco, and New York/New Jersey. Their respective stadiums like Gillette Stadium, Lumen Field, Lincoln Financial Field, and MetLife Stadium all fit the bill.

Utilizing the same venues as the 2026 World Cup would provide valuable experience to stadium crews, security, transportation staff, and local organizers. It would also allow for any kinks to be worked out well in advance of the main event.

With massive Latin American populations in US cities, the Copa America is sure to attract huge crowds in 2024. The tournament will showcase some of the best football stadiums across the United States ahead of the World Cup.

Host Venues For Copa America 2024

When the United States last hosted the Copa America in 2016, 10 stadiums were selected to host matches during the special centennial edition of the tournament. The venues chosen had capacities of at least 50,000 spectators, which is typical for major international football competitions.

The stadiums that hosted Copa America matches in 2016 were:

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  • Rose Bowl – Los Angeles, California (92,000 capacity)
  • MetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, New Jersey (82,500 capacity)
  • Gillette Stadium – Foxborough, Massachusetts (65,878 capacity)
  • Soldier Field – Chicago, Illinois (61,500 capacity)
  • Lumen Field – Seattle, Washington (72,000 capacity)
  • NRG Stadium – Houston, Texas (72,220 capacity)
  • Camping World Stadium – Orlando, Florida (65,000 capacity)
  • State Farm Stadium – Glendale, Arizona (63,400 capacity)
  • Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (69,176 capacity)
  • Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, California (75,000 capacity)

Many of these same venues are strong contenders to host matches again for the 2024 Copa America, given their large capacities, modern amenities, and experience hosting massive events.

In particular, stadiums like MetLife, NRG, Levi’s, Gillette, and Lincoln Financial have already been selected as host venues for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, which will also be held in the United States. Using these stadiums again in 2024 would provide valuable preparation for World Cup operations.

Iconic venues like the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles and Soldier Field in Chicago seem likely choices to host 2024 Copa America matches once more. Their history, prestige, and location in major cities with large Latino populations make them ideal venues.

Of course, nothing is confirmed yet, as CONMEBOL has not officially announced the 2024 Copa America host cities and stadiums. But these 10 venues from the 2016 tournament represent the most probable options based on capacity, infrastructure, and location. Fans eagerly await final details from the governing bodies.

Copa America 2024 Host Cities

Here is the full list of Stadium and venues where COPA America 2024 will be hosted:

Group Stage:

  • Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, GA)
  • AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX)
  • Children’s Mercy Park (Kansas City, KS)
  • MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ)
  • Hard Rock Stadium (Miami, FL)
  • Exploria Stadium (Orlando, FL)
  • Levi’s Stadium (Santa Clara, CA)
  • NRG Stadium (Houston, TX)
  • Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas, NV)
  • SoFi Stadium (Inglewood, CA)
  • State Farm Stadium (Glendale, AZ)
  • Q2 Stadium (Austin, TX)

Knockout Stage: Quarterfinals

  • NRG Stadium (Houston, TX)
  • AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX)
  • Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas, NV)
  • State Farm Stadium (Glendale, AZ)


  • MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ)
  • Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC)

These stadiums were chosen largely due to their high seating capacities, modern amenities and experience hosting major sporting events. Since the Copa America features massive crowds and marquee matchups, venues with 50,000+ capacity are preferred.

For the expanded 2026 FIFA World Cup, also held in the US, several additional cities and stadiums have been selected as host sites:

Boston (Gillette Stadium)

Dallas (AT&T Stadium)

Miami (Hard Rock Stadium)

San Francisco Bay Area (Levi’s Stadium)

Kansas City (Arrowhead Stadium)

New York/New Jersey (MetLife Stadium)

Philadelphia (Lincoln Financial Field)

There is a strong chance many of these venues will be utilized again for the 2024 Copa America, especially those also hosting World Cup matches. The tournaments will allow stadium operations and local crews to refine preparations ahead of 2026.

Iconic venues like the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles seem very likely to host 2024 Copa matches again. Cities with large Hispanic/Latino populations like Miami, Dallas, and Houston may be targeted as well.

While we await official word from CONMEBOL and CONCACAF, these venues offer the best facilities and location options if selected. The host city announcement will be a major milestone on the road to Copa America 2024 kickoff on June 20.

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