Ole! Your Guide to Copa America

The Copa America, the world’s oldest national team soccer tournament, is coming to the U.S. The opening match kicks off June 20 at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home to Major League Soccer’s Atlanta United. This marks the start of the 48th edition of this competition featuring teams from North, Central and South America plus the Caribbean.

Think World Cup, but for the Americas 

Copa America is an official FIFA-sanctioned event held every four years, showcasing the best national teams in the region.

Catch the Action in Atlanta

  • June 20: Argentina vs. Canada, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, 8 p.m.
  • June 27: Panama vs. USA, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, 6 p.m.

New or Diehard Fan? Atlanta Welcomes You.

Whether you’re a first-time soccer fan looking to experience the electric atmosphere or a seasoned supporter cheering on your team, Atlanta has you covered. Find out the top spots in the city to watch the games and soak up the vibrant soccer culture.

Experience Copa America in Atlanta

Atlanta United Soccer Fans Holding Colombian Flag (Photo by Andrew Clark. @Explorer.Dream.Discover)

Atlanta gets to kick off the party.

 The action won’t just be confined to the 90 minutes between the lines on the pitch. There will be plenty of activities and events for fans to enjoy across the city – both before and after the big matches. 

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