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Where will the USMNT play during the 2024 Copa América? Stadiums, cities and dates

The Stars and Stripes will be in Group C of the historic CONMEBOL competition and already know the venues for their initial matches.

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La Selección de Estados Unidos ya conoce los estadios en los que jugará la Copa América 2024.
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With the draw to determine all the groups of the 2024 Copa América on Thursday 7 December, the seeded teams of this historic CONMEBOL competition already know the groups in which they will compete and the venues for their matches. So let’s take a look at the stadiums where the United States Men’s National Team will be playing.

The USA is playing host to this edition of the tournament and the home team is the first team in Group C, which means they will play during this phase at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, and GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. These stadiums are home to the Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta United, and the Kansas City Chiefs, respectively.

What is USMNT’s first game in Copa América?

As a result, Gregg Berhalter’s squad will kick off the tournament against the team drawn from Pot 4 in Texas, face the team from Pot 3 in Georgia, and conclude the first round against the team from Pot 2 in Missouri. The seating capacities of these stadiums are 80,000, 71,000, and just over 76,000 fans, respectively.

What other stadiums could the USMNT visit in Copa América 2024?

If the United States advances as the first-place team in Group C, they would play the quarterfinals at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. If they secure the second position in their group, Christian Pulisic’s team would head to the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, for the round of eight. Following this, a semifinal berth would lead them to play at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

Consequently, in the event of being eliminated in the stage of the top four teams, Berhalter’s side would play the third-place match at the same venue in the state of North Carolina. Finally, if the top CONCACAF team reaches the championship game, the destination would be the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, on Sunday 14 July.