Copa America 2024: Match Schedule, Groups, Television, and All the Details of the Tournament

Copa America 2024
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The start of the Copa America 2024 is approaching. This exciting tournament will take place in the United States from June 20 to July 14, generating great expectations among soccer fans. Argentina seeks to defend its position as champion after the title obtained in Brazil in 2021. Below, we give you a detailed overview that includes the match schedule, groups, venues, and more.

All groups of the Copa America 2024

Group A

Argentina
Peru
Chili
Canada

B Group

Mexico
Ecuador
Venezuela
Jamaica

Group C

USA
Uruguay
Panama
Bolivia

Group D

Brazil
Colombia
Paraguay
Costa Rica

Copa America match schedule: days and times

This is the detail of all the tournament matches with Western time. The opening match will be on June 20 and the protagonists will be Argentina and Canada in Atlanta.

Date 1

  • Argentina vs. Canada | June 20, at 5 p.m. | Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Peru vs. Chile | June 21, at 5 p.m. | AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas.
  • Ecuador vs. Venezuela | June 22, at 3 p.m. | Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California.
  • Mexico vs. Jamaica | June 22, at 6 p.m. | NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.
  • United States vs. Bolivia | June 23, at 3 p.m. | AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas.
  • Uruguay vs. Panama | June 23, at 6 p.m. | Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida.
  • Colombia vs. Paraguay | June 24, at 3 p.m. | NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.
  • Brazil vs. Costa Rica | June 24, at 4 p.m. | SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California.

Date 2

  • Peru vs. Canada | June 25, at 3 p.m. | Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City, Kansas.
  • Chile vs. Argentina | June 25, at 6 p.m. | MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey.
  • Ecuador vs. Jamaica | June 26, at 3 p.m. | Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Venezuela vs. Mexico | June 26, at 6 p.m. | SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California.
  • Panama vs. United States | June 27, at 3 p.m. | Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Uruguay vs. Bolivia | June 27, at 6 p.m. | MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey.
  • Colombia vs. Costa Rica | June 28, at 3 p.m. | State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona.
  • Paraguay vs. Brazil | June 28, at 6 p.m. | Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Date 3

  • Argentina vs. Peru | June 29, at 5 p.m. | Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida.
  • Canada vs. Chile | June 29, at 5 p.m. | Exploria Stadium, Orlando, Florida.
  • Mexico vs. Ecuador | June 30, at 5 p.m. | State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona.
  • Jamaica vs. Venezuela | June 30, at 5 p.m. | Q2 Stadium, Austin, Texas.
  • Bolivia vs. Panama | July 1, at 6 p.m. | Exploria Stadium, Orlando, Florida.
  • United States vs. Uruguay | July 1, at 6 p.m. | Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri.
  • Brazil vs. Colombia | July 2, at 6 p.m. | Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California.
  • Costa Rica vs. Paraguay | July 2, at 6 p.m. | Q2 Stadium, Austin, Texas.

Quarterfinals

  • To be defined vs. To be defined | July 4, at 6 p.m. | NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.
  • To be defined vs. To be defined | July 5, at 6 p.m. | AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas.
  • To be defined vs. To be defined | July 6, at 3 p.m. | State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona.
  • To be defined vs. To be defined | July 6, at 6 p.m. | Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Semifinals

  • To be defined vs. To be defined | July 9, at 5 p.m. | MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey.
  • To be defined vs. To be defined | July 10, at 5 p.m. | Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Third place

To be defined vs. To be defined | July 13, at 5 p.m. | Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Final

To be defined vs. To be defined | July 14, at 5 p.m. | Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida.

Copa America 2024 stadiums

  • Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California.
  • AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas.
  • NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.
  • GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri.
  • MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey.
  • Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida.
  • Exploria Stadium, Orlando, Florida.
  • Q2 Stadium, Austin, Texas.
  • Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina.
  • State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona.
  • SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California.
  • Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City, Kansas.

Where to watch the Copa America 2024 in the United States?

Fans in the United States will have several options to follow the Copa America 2024, either in English or Spanish. Here we detail you:

In English: The matches will be broadcast on the different Fox Sports signals.
In Spanish: Broadcasts will be available through Univision, TUDN, and UniMás.
Additionally, for those who prefer to follow the games online, streaming options will include Fubo, ViX, and the Fox Sports App.

How is the Copa America 2024 played? This is the format

The Copa America 2024 is structured in four main phases: group stage, quarterfinals, semifinals, and the final.

Group stage

During the group stage, the 16 teams are divided into four groups of four teams each. Each team plays three games, facing each of the other teams in their group once.

To classify in case of equality of points, the following criteria are applied:

  • Bigger goal difference.
  • Most goals scored.
  • Result of the direct confrontation between the tied teams.
  • Points obtained in matches between the teams involved.
  • Goal difference in the matches between the teams involved.
  • Number of goals scored in matches between the teams involved.
  • Fewer red cards were received.
  • Fewer yellow cards were received.
  • Lottery.

Direct elimination: Quarterfinals, semifinals, and the final

Since the quarterfinals, the teams that advance do not face teams with which they share a group.

Tiebreakers in quarterfinals, semifinals, and third place match: If there is a tie at the end of the 90 regulation minutes, the winner is decided by kicks from the penalty spot.

Tiebreaker in the final: If the final ends tied after 90 minutes, two additional periods of 15 minutes each are played. If the tie persists after extra time, the champion is also decided by kicks from the penalty spot.

Who are the referees of the Copa America 2024?

  • Darío Herrera, Argentina, Referee
  • Yael Falcón, Argentina, Referee
  • Juan Belatti, Argentina, Assistant Referee
  • Cristian Navarro, Argentina, Assistant Referee
  • Facundo Rodríguez, Argentina, Assistant Referee
  • Maximiliano Del Yesso, Argentina, Assistant Referee
  • Mauro Vigliano, Argentina, VAR Referee
  • Silvio Trucco, Argentina, VAR Referee
  • Héctor Paletta, Argentina, VAR Referee
  • Ivo Méndez, Bolivia, Referee
  • José Antelo, Bolivia, Assistant Referee
  • Edwar Saavedra, Bolivia, Assistant Referee
  • Gery Vargas, Bolivia, VAR Referee
  • Wilton Sampaio, Brazil, Referee
  • Raphael Claus, Brazil, Referee
  • Danilo Manis, Brazil, Assistant Referee
  • Rodrigo Correa, Brazil, Assistant Referee
  • Bruno Boschilia, Brazil, Assistant Referee
  • Bruno Pires, Brazil, Assistant Referee
  • Rodolpho Toski, Brazil, VAR Referee
  • Daniel Nobre, Brazil, VAR Referee
  • Pablo Goncalves, Brazil, VAR Referee
  • Piero Maza, Chile, Referee
  • Cristian Garay, Chile, Referee
  • Claudio Urrutia, Chile, Assistant Referee
  • Miguel Rocha, Chile, Assistant Referee
  • José Retamal, Chile, Assistant Referee
  • Juan Serrano, Chile, Assistant Referee
  • Juan Lara, Chile, VAR Referee
  • Rodrigo Carvajal, Chile, VAR Referee
  • Edson Cisternas, Chile, VAR Referee
  • Wilmar Roldán, Colombia, Referee
  • Jhon Ospina, Colombia, Referee
  • Alexander Guzmán, Colombia, Assistant Referee
  • Jhon León, Colombia, Assistant Referee
  • Jhon Gallego, Colombia, Assistant Referee
  • Miguel Roldán, Colombia, Assistant Referee
  • Nicolás Gallo, Colombia, VAR Referee
  • Yadir Acuña, Colombia, VAR Referee
  • David Rodríguez, Colombia, VAR Referee
  • Mary Blanco, Colombia, VAR Assistant Referee
  • Augusto Aragón, Ecuador, Referee
  • Juan Benítez, Paraguay, Referee
  • Kevin Ortega, Peru, Referee
  • Andrés Matonte, Uruguay, Referee
  • Gustavo Tejera, Uruguay, Referee
  • Jesús Valenzuela, Venezuela, Referee
  • Alexis Herrera, Venezuela, Referee
  • Ismail Elfath, United States, Referee
  • César Ramos, Mexico, Referee
  • Mario Escobar, Guatemala, Referee
  • Iván Barton, El Salvador, Referee
  • Maurizio Mariani, Italy, Referee
  • Edina Alves, Brazil, Referee
  • María Victoria Penso, United States, Referee
  • Cristhian Lescano, Ecuador, Assistant Referee
  • Ricardo Baren, Ecuador, Assistant Referee
  • Eduardo Cardozo, Paraguay, Assistant Referee
  • Milciades Saldívar, Paraguay, Assistant Referee
  • Michael Orue, Peru, Assistant Referee
  • Stephen Atoche, Peru, Assistant Referee
  • Carlos Orbe, Ecuador, VAR Referee
  • Bryan Loayza, Ecuador, VAR Referee
  • Derlis Lopez, Paraguay, VAR Referee
  • Nicolás Taran, Uruguay, VAR Referee
  • Martin Soppi, Uruguay, VAR Referee
  • Carlos Barreiro, Uruguay, VAR Referee
  • Pablo Llarena, Uruguay, VAR Referee
  • Jorge Urrego, Venezuela, VAR Referee
  • Alberto Ponte, Venezuela, VAR Referee
  • Lubin Torrealba, Venezuela, VAR Referee
  • Corey Parker, United States, VAR Referee
  • Kyle Atkins, United States, VAR Referee
  • Alberto Morin, Mexico, VAR Referee
  • Marco Bisguerra, Mexico, VAR Referee
  • Luis Ventura, Guatemala, VAR Referee
  • Eduardo Britos, Paraguay, VAR Referee
  • José Cuevas, Paraguay, VAR Referee
  • Joel Alarcón, Peru, VAR Referee
  • Jonny Bossio, Peru, VAR Referee
  • Augusto Menéndez, Peru, VAR Referee
  • Leodán González, Uruguay, VAR Referee
  • Richard Trinidad, Uruguay, VAR Referee
  • Cristhian Ferreyra, Uruguay, VAR Referee
  • Juan Soto, Venezuela, VAR Referee
  • Carlos López, Venezuela, VAR Referee
  • Armando Villarreal, United States, VAR Referee
  • Erik Miranda, Mexico, VAR Referee
  • Guillermo Pacheco, Mexico, VAR Referee
  • Tatiana Guzmán, Nicaragua, VAR Referee
  • Marco Di Bello, Italy, VAR Referee
  • Aleandro Di Paolo, Italy, VAR Referee
  • Humberto Panjoj, Guatemala, VAR Referee
  • David Moran, El Salvador, VAR Referee
  • Henri Pupiro, El Salvador, VAR Referee
  • Daniele Bindoni, Italy, VAR Referee
  • Alberto Tegoni, Italy, VAR Referee
  • Neuza Back, Brazil, VAR Referee
  • Migdalia Rodríguez, Venezuela, VAR Referee
  • Brooke Mayo, United States, VAR Referee
  • Kathryn Nesbitt, United States, VAR Referee

Is there VAR in the Copa America 2024?

Yes, the Copa America 2024 will implement the Video Referee Assistance (VAR) system. This system will be used to minimize referee errors and will be present in all 32 matches of the tournament, from the start of the group stage to the final.

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