CONMEBOL reveals 2024 Copa America Final location

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The 2024 Copa America Final will be held at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida on 14 July 2024, CONMEBOL have confirmed. 

The 2024 edition of South America’s most prestigious international football tournament will be hosted by the US as the continent’s organisation body has also revealed other host cities and stadiums for the tournament. 

The Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia will open the Copa America on 20 June, famous for being the home stadium of MLS franchise Atlanta United FC and hosting other major sporting events, such as Super Bowl LIII

“We expect stadiums filled with the passion of the entire American continent for the inauguration and final of an unforgettable CONMEBOL Copa America,” said Alejandro Domínguez, President of CONMEBOL. 

“In Atlanta, the ball will start rolling and it won’t stop for a month until the final match in Miami. These are magnificent stadiums in wonderful cities. We are grateful for the valuable cooperation of the US authorities and our friends from Concacaf in the organisation of this competition. We look forward to the best CONMEBOL Copa America of all time.”

With Miami playing host to the Copa America Final, it may set the stage for Argentinian icon Lionel Messi to compete at his newfound home. This may also be the final Copa America the Inter Miami star may compete in. 

Being a confirmed stadium for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, the Hard Rock Stadium has been renowned for hosting major sporting events itself, like Miami Dolphin NFL games, Orange Bowl college football fixtures and Super Bowl LIV

Tom Garfinkel, Vice Chairman, President and CEO of the Miami Dolphins and Hard Rock Stadium, commented: “We are proud to host the CONMEBOL Copa America 2024 final at Hard Rock Stadium. 

“As a global entertainment destination, we strive to reflect the dynamic and international culture of Miami. We are excited to deliver an incredible world class experience for players and fans alike and highlight the passion of football in our community.” 

16 teams will compete in next year’s Copa America, 10 from CONMEBOL and six from Concacaf in the 48th edition of the tournament. The 2024 event will also mark the second time it has hosted 16 teams since 2016, which was also held in the US. 

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