The Copa America is one of the most prestigious and historic international football tournaments in the world. This exciting competition brings together the top ten national teams from South America and in the 2024 edition, six teams from CONCACAF. On SeatPick, fans can buy Copa America tickets that are 100% guaranteed or more. When released, we will have the widest selection of tickets available on our site.
Organised by CONMEBOL, the South American governing body of football, the Copa America is the oldest continental football competition that still runs today.
It's one of the best events in international football.
We expect demand to be enormous for Copa America 2024 tickets. Big stars playing on US soil, is a potent mix.
With the Copa America 2024 draw now imminent, ticket information is seriously sparse. This page will be updated as soon as we have more clarity.
Copa America 2024 will begin on June 20 and end on July 14 2024.
The Copa America Group Stage draw will take place on Thursday, December 7th, at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, Florida, commencing at 7:30 pm ET.
The opening game will take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
The final on July 14 will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
In total there are 10 teams from South America in this edition, alongside 6 from CONCACAF.
Up until November 22, 2023, 14 teams have been confirmed. The final two teams will come from CONCACAF.
The United States are set to host the competition for a second time, having hosted the Copa America Centenario tournament in 2016.
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Going into the draw on Thursday December 7, 2023, the teams have been split into four pots. From these pots will be drawn four teams in four groups.
A total of 14 stadiums will be used for Copa America 2024 in the USA:
This popular South American football championship first took place in July 1916, featuring Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay. The first host, Argentina, was beaten in the deciding match by Uruguay. The Copa America was then called the Campeonato Sudamericano de Football and quickly expanded to include all the major countries in South America. Since the 1990's, CONMEBOL have invited teams from North America and Asia to participate.
Since 1993, the Copa America has typically featured 12 teams. The ten CONMEBOL teams and two additional teams from other confederations - such as Mexico, United States, and Japan - are the participants. There will be 16 teams involved at the 2024 edition. The Copa America tournament typically begins with a round-robin stage followed by knockout matches.
There have been eight different winners of the Copa América since it began in 1916. Argentina and Uruguay are the most successful nations to take part, winning 15 titles each. Brazil have won nine, while Paraguay, Peru, and Chile have each won two. Bolivia and Colombia have each won the Copa America once. Ecuador and Venezuela are the only two CONMEBOL teams yet to win the competition.
Argentina is the defending Copa América and World Cup champion, and Lionel Messi may be making his last appearance at the esteemed tournament.
No matter who takes part, the Copa América final is always a fantastic event. In 2024, the final is set to take place on July 14th.
The 2024 Copa America final will take place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
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Tickets have not yet been released for the 2024 Copa América, and no date has been set for their release. Keep checking this page for new information.
The Copa America Group Stage draw takes place on December 7th, at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, Florida, starting at 7:30 pm ET.