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Copa America tickets 2024: How to buy

Copa America tickets are in high demand ahead of the tournament this summer in the United States.

This is the second time it will take place in America in eight years, with Argentina looking to defend the crown they won back in 2021. Lionel Messi’s side will play the first game of the competition on Thursday, 20 June.

Copa America tickets – General public sale

Tickets for the Copa America first went on sale to the general public on February 28, 2024.

This included matches at every stage of the competition apart from the final, which will be held on 14 July at the Hard Rock Stadium.

On 14 April, the Copa America website released a statement that tickets for the final would go on sale on Wednesday, 1 May, with Mastercard/Citi customers gaining access to an exclusive pre-sale between 23 April and 30 April, as these two companies are the competition’s official sponsor.

Fans can purchase tickets for individual matches on the official 2024 Copa America website, where the majority of stadiums use Ticketmaster as their main partner.

It is worth noting that not all stadiums use this provider, though, and it is worth researching the sale details for each individual game.

Ticket prices also vary for each fixture, particularly through resale websites. There are resale outlets such as StubHub that sell tickets for matches with limited availability, but it is advised that you purchase tickets for matches in the tournament on the official Copa America ticket portal.

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Argentina are the defending champions after beating Brazil in the final back in 2021  – Photo by Icon Sport

Hospitality packages

Hospitality tickets are also available for Copa America 2024 on the official website. This includes private boxes and the three tiers of lounges available.

These are called: Insignia Lounge, Copa Lounge, and Club Copa. Club Copa is the cheapest hospitality package, starting at $600, excluding sales taxes for every group match. Insignia Lounge is the most expensive, with the “best-located and padded seats” starting at $2,000 excluding sales taxes for each group stage game.

You can book the hospitality packages here.


Will Murray

Freelance football journalist. Experience writing for When Saturday, Comes, Goalkeeper.com, Elite Scholars and Total Football Analysis. Recently finished an MA in Sport Journalism at the University of Brighton. Long-time season ticket holder at the two-time European Champions Nottingham Forest.

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