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Copa América stadiums 2024: A guide to the venues

The 2024 Copa America is set to take place this summer and although the competition has historically been played in South America, this year the USA are set to host the tournament for the second time in eight years.

In many ways, the Copa America is being treated as a trial run for the US ahead of the 2026 World Cup and there is plenty of excitement about what should be an exciting tournament.

With the tournament set to begin in the middle of June, here is everything you need to know about the 14 host Copa America stadiums.

Copa América stadiums
Argentina are the reigning Copa America champions – Photo by Icon Sport

Copa America stadiums 2024: Overview

Out of the 14 host stadiums, only five of them are used by MLS teams, meaning several stadiums that are commonly used for American Football are set to host games.

Las Vegas, Nevada – Allegiant Stadium

The Allegiant Stadium is one of the newest stadiums in the US and is the home of NFL side, Las Vegas Raiders. The stadium opened in 2020 and is considered one of the most technologically advanced in the world, using climate control technology to ensure players and fans are kept at optimal temperatures. It has a capacity of 61,000 for football (soccer) matches and has an enclosed roof.

Allegiant Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

26/06: Jamaica vs Ecuador 
28/06
: Paraguay vs Brazil
06/07
: Quarter-final

Allegiant stadium
Allegiant stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Arlington, Texas – AT&T Stadium

The AT&T Stadium in Texas is considered one of the best stadiums in the US and was considered for the World Cup final before FIFA gave it to the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. The stadium is used predominantly by the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL and has a capacity of 80,000 but this can be expanded to over 100,000.

AT&T Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

21/06: Jamaica vs Ecuador 
23/06
: USA vs Bolivia
05/07
: Quarter-final

AT&T Stadium
AT&T Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Charlotte, North Carolina – Bank of America Stadium

The Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte was opened in 1996 and is used by several sports teams. It has always been used by the Carolina Panthers in the NFL and since 2022, it has been used by Charlotte FC in the MLS. The Bank of America Stadium has a capacity of just shy of 75,000.

Bank of America Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

10/07: Semi-final
13/07
: Third place match

Bank of America Stadium
Bank of America Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Kansas City, Kansas – Children's Mercy Park

Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City is one of two stadiums in the city being used for the 2024 Copa America. It is also the smallest Copa America host stadium with a capacity of just 18,500 but it is arguably the ‘best' one in terms of fan experience given how close the stands are to the pitch. It is the home stadium of MLS side, Sporting Kansas City.

Children's Mercy Park Copa America 2024 matches

25/06: Peru vs Canada

Children's Mercy Park
Children's Mercy Park – Photo by Icon Sport

Orlando, Florida – Inter&Co Stadium

The Inter&Co Stadium in Orlando, Florida is similar to Children's Mercy Park in that it was built specifically for Soccer matches. It has a capacity of 25,500, making it one of the smallest Copa America stadiums, and is the home of Orlando City SC.

Inter&Co Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

29/06: Canada vs Chile
01/07: Bolivia vs Panama

Inter&Co Stadium
Inter&Co Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Kansas City, Missouri – Arrowhead Stadium

Arrowhead Stadium has become one of the most famous stadiums in the world over the past year thanks to Taylor Swift's romance with Kansas City Chiefs star, Travis Kelce. Is it also a stunning stadium in its own right with a capacity of 76,400. It was originally built in 1976 and has undergone several renovations over the years to turn it into the stadium it currently is today.

Arrowhead Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

01/07: USA vs Uruguay

Arrowhead Stadium
Arrowhead Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Miami Gardens, Florida – Hard Rock Stadium

The Hard Rock Stadium in Miami is the home of the Miami Dolphins and has a capacity of 65,300. Although it isn't the biggest stadium being used at the Copa America, it is arguably the most impressive hence why it is frequently used for big sporting events and concerts. The Hard Rock Stadium will host the 2024 Copa America final.

Hard Rock Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

23/06: Uruguay vs Panama
29/06
: Argentina vs Peru
14/07
: Final

Hard Rock Stadium
Hard Rock Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Santa Clara, California – Levi's Stadium

The Levi's Stadium in California is the home of the San Francisco 49ers and is one of the most recognisable stadiums in the US due to its unique design. The stadium has a capacity of 68,500 and has been used for several big sporting events including the 2016 Super Bowl and Wrestlemania.

Levi's Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

22/06: Ecuador vs Venezuela 
02/07
: Brazil vs Colombia

Levi's Stadium
Levi's Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Atlanta, Georgia – Mercedes-Benz Stadium

The Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia is one of the most eco-friendly stadiums in the world. Powered by solar panels, the stadium has a capacity of 71,000 and is the home of the Atlanta Falcons in the NFL and Atlanta United in the MLS. The stadium will play host to the tournament's opening match.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

20/06: Argentina vs Canada
27/06
: Panama vs USA

Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

East Rutherford, New Jersey – MetLife Stadium

As previously mentioned the MetLife Stadium has been selected to host the World Cup final in 2026, however, it won't be hosting the Copa America final. With a capacity of 82,500, it is one of the biggest stadiums being used at the 2024 Copa America. It is the home stadium of the New York Giants and the New York Jets in the NFL.

MetLife Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

25/06: Chile vs Argentina
27/06
: Uruguay vs Bolivia
09/07
: Semi-final

MetLife Stadium
MetLife Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Houston, Texas – NRG Stadium

The NRG Stadium in Texas is one of several stadiums being used at the Copa America that has a retractable roof, making it ideal for climate control. It is the stadium of the Houston Texans in the NFL but in terms of soccer, it is frequently used for USA national team matches given its central location. It has a capacity of 72,200.

NRG Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

22/06: Mexico vs Jamaica
24/06
: Colombia vs Paraguay
07/04:
Quarter-final

NRG Stadium
NRG Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Austin, Texas – Q2 Stadium

Another stadium in Texas being used for the 2024 Copa America is the Q2 Stadium in Austin. It has a capacity of 20,700 and unlike the NRG Stadium in Houston, it was built specifically for soccer matches. Austin FC use the stadium as their home ground for MLS fixtures.

Q2 Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

30/06: Jamaica vs Venezuela
02/07
: Costa Rica vs Paraguay

NRG Stadium
NRG Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Inglewood, California – SoFi Stadium

The SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California is shared by the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers in the NFL. The stadium is unique in that it has a 360-degree double-sided screen known as the ‘Oculus' which can play videos and replays in 4k quality. The stadium has a capacity of 70,000 and will play a huge role in the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics.

SoFi Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

24/06: Brazil vs Costa Rica
26/06
: Venezuela vs Mexico

SoFi Stadium
SoFi Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Glendale, Arizona – State Farm Stadium

The State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona has one of the most impressive gimmicks out there when it comes to stadium technology – it can retract its grass pitch in just 70 minutes to prepare for events such as concerts. In terms of capacity, it can hold up to 63,400 people and is the home stadium of the Arizona Cardinals in the NFL.

State Farm Stadium Copa America 2024 matches

28/06: Brazil vs Costa Rica
30/06
: Venezuela vs Mexico
06/07: Venezuela vs Mexico

State Farm Stadium
State Farm Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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