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Get ready for Copa America 2024: Your guide to fixtures, venues, teams, and format

The electric legacy of Argentina’s Copa America victory at Rio's Maracanã, led by the legendary Lionel Messi, still resonates. After securing victories in the 2022 Finalissima against EURO champions Italy and the 2022 FIFA World Cup against France, Argentina now passes the torch to the United States for the 2024 edition. From June 20 to July 14, sixteen elite teams will converge for this historic tournament, igniting passionate competition across the nation.

Historically limited to South American teams until the 1990s, the Copa America now includes North American teams, reflecting its expanding global reach. The 2024 tournament in the United States will feature 32 matches, beginning with group stages from June 22 to July 2 and concluding with knockout stages culminating in the final on July 14.

Sixteen teams are divided into four groups: Group A includes defending champions Argentina, Peru, Chile, and Canada; Group B features Mexico, Ecuador, Venezuela, and Jamaica; Group C hosts the USA, Chile, Panama, and Bolivia; and Group D sees Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, and Costa Rica in competition. Each team will play matches within their group, with the top two advancing to the quarter-finals.

The tournament promises intense matchups and a celebration of football excellence, showcasing the sport's vibrant spirit and global appeal.


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