The moment we’ve been waiting for is getting closer. With the Copa America 2024 just a few months away from us, fans can start purchasing general sale tickets today.

This includes group stage games as well as quarterfinals, semifinals, and third-place match. Tickets for the grand final at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, will be released later, in a date to be announced.

Conmebol announced tickets would be available at 10 AM local time at each stadium of the tournament. That means fans can already purchase tickets for any game (except the final), depending on availability.

How and where to buy Copa America 2024 tickets

Tickets for Copa America 2024 can be purchased through the tournament’s official website (copaamerica.com/en/tickets). There, you can choose the game and make the online queue.

The site takes you to Ticketmaster or SeatGeek, where you can find resale tickets at different prices. Of course, the demand for certain games is high, which makes some matches more expensive than others.

Copa America 2024 ticket prices: How much do they cost?

Prices may depend on the demand, stage of the competition, and teams that take part in the game. For instance, the cheapest seat to watch reigning champs Argentina (led by Lionel Messi) in the opening match costs $215, while a ticket for their match vs Chile costs no less than $331.

But there are great options to watch other games for much less. Mexico’s game vs. Jamaica on June 23 at NRG Stadium in Houston has seats at $87 on Ticketmaster, while tickets for the USMNT’s match against Bolivia at AT&T Stadium in Arlington a day after that are available at just $60 on SeatGeek.

Another interesting option if you just want to attend a Copa America 2024 game for a low price is the fixture between Ecuador and Venezuela on June 22 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Standard admission tickets for that match are as low as $45 on Ticketmaster.

Even though fans don’t even know who will make the final four yet, tickets for the semifinals are already at a high price. While the cheapest seat for the match at MetLife Stadium is at $356, the lowest price for the other semifinal at Bank of America Stadium is $175. However, the latter stadium will also host the third-place match, with the cheapest tickets at $90.

These are just some examples of how prices can vary depending on the game in question, the teams involved, and the stage of the tournament. The Copa America 2024 will take place in different cities across the US for almost a month and there’s still time to make plans to attend a game.

Copa America 2024 stadiums and locations

14 stadiums will host Copa America 2024 matches, with the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia hosting the inaugural match on June 20, while the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida will be home to the grand final on July 14.

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

Copa America 2024 dates and teams

The Copa America 2024 will take place across 14 different cities in the United States from June 20 to July 14. With 16 participant teams, 10 from Conmebol plus six Concacaf confederations, the tournament will deliver 32 matches in 25 days.

The group stage will be held from June 20 to July 2, followed by the quarterfinals from July 4 to July 6, the semifinals in July 9 and 10, with the third-place game scheduled for July 13th, a day before the grand final in Miami.

While four Concacaf teams have yet to battle it out for the last two berths, the stage is practically set for the competition as the group stage draw took place on December 7, 2023.

Copa America 2024 groups

  • Group A: Argentina, Peru, Chile, Concacaf 5 (Canada or Trinidad and Tobago)
  • Group B: Mexico, Ecuador, Venezuela, Jamaica
  • Group C: USA, Uruguay, Panama, Bolivia
  • Group D: Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Concacaf 6 (Costa Rica or Honduras)

The remaining Concacaf qualified teams will be decided in the March international window, when Canada face Trinidad and Tobago while Costa Rica take on Honduras in a Concacaf Nations League Play-In.

Argentina are the defending champions, having lifted the Copa America in Brazil in 2021. La Albiceleste are also the winningest team in tournament history alongside Uruguay, with 15 titles each.