The following year’s 48th version of the Copa America, highlighting 10 South American countries and six North American groups, will be held in 14 settings across 10 US states, coordinators said on Monday. South American overseeing body CONMEBOL had proactively reported that the June 20 opener would be held at Mercedes-Benz Arena in Atlanta with the last on July 14 at Hard Rock Arena in Miami Nurseries, Florida. On Monday CONMEBOL uncovered that AT&T Arena in Arlington, Texas, NRG Arena in Houston, State Homestead Arena in Glendale, Arizona and Allegiant Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, will have quarter-last matches.
Semi-finals will be played at MetLife Arena in New Jersey and at Bank of America Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Different settings are Q2 Arena in Austin, Texas, SoFi Arena in Los Angeles and Levi’s Arena in St Nick Clara, Exploria Arena in Orlando, Florida, and Youngsters’ Kindness Park in Kansas City.
Bunch play will happen from June 20 through July 2. The quarter-finals will be held July 4-6, semi-finals July 9 and 10 and the third-put match on July 13.
“As per the elements of the opposition, two gatherings will play in the west and focus of the nation, and two gatherings in the east and focus,” CONMEBOL said in a proclamation. “The opposition will move in an easterly heading, the quarter-finals will be played in the west and focus, while the semi-last and last will happen in the east.”
The competition, ordinarily held in South America, will act as a tuneup for the US in front of the 2026 World Cup, which the US is co-facilitating with Mexico and Canada.
“The energy of football will go through this incredible country from east to west and from north to south, carrying fervor and amusing to a huge number of fans at the settings and a great many onlookers all over the planet,” anticipated Alejandro Dominguez, leader of CONMEBOL and FIFA VP.
The draw for the competition, which will see Argentina safeguarding their title, is on Thursday.