2024 Copa America in the USA: venues, dates, schedule, group stage draw, and fixtures

As part of a new “strategic collaboration agreement” established by CONMEBOL and CONCACAF, the United States will host the 2024 Copa America, which will once again feature six guest nations. With an incredible group stage draw, we’re all set to go this summer.Six teams from the CONCACAF zone will compete in the tournament together with all ten CONMEBOL members.

In order to commemorate the South American championship’s 100 years, Copa America last visited the United States in the summer of 2016.

The CONCACAF heavyweights, Mexico and the USMNT, did not receive an automatic bid to Copa America 2024, but they were not required to qualify for the tournament back in 2016. They will need to win the 2023–24 Nations League in order to be eligible as one of six CONCACAF teams. The other four CONCACAF berths were previously granted through a variety of regional competitions and qualifying playoffs.

The 2024 CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup will feature eight CONCACAF nations and four CONMEBOL teams, demonstrating the expansion of the CONMEBOL-CONCACAF alliance into the women’s game.

The complete schedule for the USA-wide Copa America competition in 2024 is provided below.

Here are the confirmed groups for the Copa America 2024:

Group A:Argentina
CONCACAF play-off winner 5

Group B:Mexico

Group C:USA

Group D:Brazil
CONCACAF play-off winner: 6

Which teams are participating in the 2024 Copa America?

Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela are among the ten CONMEBOL teams.

Six CONCACAF countries have qualified: the United States, Mexico, Jamaica, and Panama; two play-off winners from losing CONCACAF Nations League quarterfinal teams (Canada vs. Trinidad & Tobago, Costa Rica vs. Honduras, March 23).

Schedule for the 2024 Copa America:

Group Stage:

Group A:

June 20: Argentina vs CONCACAF play-off winner 5 at Mercedez-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
June 21: Peru vs Chile, AT&T Stadium, Dallas
June 25: Chile vs Argentina, MetLife Stadium, New York/New Jersey
June 25: Peru vs CONCACAF play-off winner 5: Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City
June 29: Argentina vs Peru, Hard Rock Stadium, Miami
June 29: CONCACAF play-off winner 5 vs Chile, Exploria Stadium, Orlando

Group B:

June 22: Mexico vs Jamaica, NRG Stadium, Houston
June 22: Ecuador vs Venezuela, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara
June 26: Venezuela vs Mexico, SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles
June 26: Ecuador vs Jamaica, Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
June 30: Mexico vs Ecuador, State Farm Stadium, Phoenix
June 30: Jamaica vs Venezuela, Q2 Stadium, Austin

Group C:

June 23: USA vs Bolivia, AT&T Stadium, Dallas
June 23: Uruguay vs Panama, Hard Rock Stadium, Miami
June 27: Panama vs USA, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
June 27: Uruguay vs Bolivia, MetLife Stadium, New York/New Jersey
July 1: USA vs Uruguay, Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City
July 1: Bolivia vs Panama, Exploria Stadium, Orlando

Group D:

June 24: Brazil vs CONCACAF play-off winner 6 at SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles
June 24: Colombia vs Paraguay, NRG Stadium, Houston
June 28: Paraguay vs Brazil, Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
June 28: Colombia vs CONCACAF play-off winner 6 at State Farm Stadium, Phoenix
July 2: Brazil vs Colombia, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara
July 2: CONCACAF play-off winner 6 vs Paraguay, Q2 Stadium, Austin


Match 25: July 4: Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group B, NRG Stadium, Houston
Match 26: July 5: Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group A, AT&T Stadium, Dallas
Match 27: July 6: Winner Group C vs Runner-up Group D, Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
Match 28: July 6: Winner Group D vs Runner-up Group C, State Farm Stadium, Phoenix


Match 29: July 9: Winner Match 25 vs Winner Match 26: MetLife Stadium, New York/New Jersey
Match 30: July 10: Winner Match 27 vs Winner Match 28: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte


Match 31 – July 13: Loser Match 29 vs Loser Match 30 at Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte


Match 32, July 14: Winner Match 29 vs Winner Match 30 at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami

For USMNT, what does it mean?

First and foremost, it entails engaging in more intense, competitive gaming in between World Cups. Over the years, the USMNT has played friendlies against countries like Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and other South American countries; however, at the moment, its only competitive matches are against CONCACAF competition, which includes World Cup and Gold Cup qualifying.

All participating national teams will benefit from the tournament’s schedule, which coincides with the halfway point of the 2026 World Cup, which will also be staged in the United States (as well as Mexico and Canada), and the halfway point of EURO 2024 for European countries.

How do watch COPA AMERICA 2024?

For viewers in the United States, you can watch the Copa America 2024 tournament on the following networks:

  1. FOX Sports: They will provide coverage of the Copa America in English. You can tune in to FOX Sports channels to catch the matches and related programming.
  2. Univision and TUDN: For Spanish-language coverage, Univision and TUDN will broadcast the Copa America matches. Univision will likely air the matches on their main channel, while TUDN will offer additional coverage and analysis in Spanish.

Keep an eye on both FOX Sports and Univision / TUDN for specific channel assignments and schedules as the tournament approaches.

It’s worth noting that FOX Sports and Univision / TUDN also have rights to the European Championship (Euros), which will coincide with the Copa America 2024. This means that fans will have the opportunity to enjoy both tournaments, with Euro matches in the mornings and afternoons, and Copa America matches in the evenings.

The combination of these two major tournaments on FOX Sports and Univision / TUDN provides extensive coverage for football fans in the United States, offering a variety of matches and content throughout the duration of both tournaments.

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