The Conmebol has just released the list of the 14 stadiums that will host the thrilling matches of the 2024 Copa America, promising a unique experience for soccer enthusiasts. The selection of iconic venues, ranging from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas to Levi’s Stadium in sunny California, pledges to immerse fans in an unforgettable sports journey.
Standing out among these stadiums, four of them will also have the honor of hosting matches in the highly anticipated 2026 World Cup. This not only elevates the significance of the continental tournament but also puts the spotlight on the United States, where soccer is gaining increasing prominence worldwide.
The announcement that Atlanta will be the host city for the opening match of the 2024 Copa America adds a special touch to the event, catapulting the city into the spotlight and triggering a frenzy of anticipation among fans. The strategic choice by Conmebol to elevate Miami to the status of the final venue promises an epic conclusion to the tournament, amid the glamour and vibrant energy the city offers.
By combining tradition and modernity, the 2024 Copa America promises to be more than a sports competition; it will be a spectacle that transcends borders. The chosen stadiums are not just sports arenas but stages for epic stories that will be told for generations. The countdown to the opening whistle has already begun, and anticipation only grows as details unfold, promising a tournament that will be etched in the memories of soccer fans.
The 14 stadiums of the 2024 Copa America:
- Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
- AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas*
- Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina
- Children's Mercy Park, Kansas City, Kansas
- Exploria Stadium, Orlando, Florida
- GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri*
- Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida*
- Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California*
- Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia*
- MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey*
- NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas*
- Q2 Stadium, Austin, Texas
- SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California*
- State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
*Stadiums that will host games of the 2026 World Cup