How to Buy Copa America Tickets 2024?

How to Buy Copa America Tickets 2024?

A few international sporting competitions carry the prestige and weight of CONMEBOL Copa America, with the quadrennial competition arguably third only to the UEFA Euro and FIFA World Cup in terms of legacy and honor. As the oldest still-running continental tournament in the world, it is drawing a lot of attention among fans, with soaring demand for Copa America 2024 tickets before and during the sporting event.

The growing popularity of the CONMEBOL competition has helped the South American continent make its mark in the soccer world. The Latin American soccer-playing nations such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, and Colombia compete against each other over four years for the top continental honors. Argentina and Uruguay are the two most impactful teams in the history of the competition, having won the title a record 15 times.

The 48th edition of Copa America will be a special one, as the 16 teams will be vying for the prestigious trophy for only the second time in the tournament’s history – 10 Latin American nations and 6 guest teams from CONCACAF, similar to 2016 Copa America Centenario.

The South American sides will lock horns with the CONCACAF nations throughout the sporting event. With just less than four months left until the beginning of the soccer tournament, the fans are now wondering how they can secure Copa America 2024 tickets featuring their preferred teams in the most sought-after tournament in South America.

When do Copa America Tickets go on Sale?

How to Buy Copa America Tickets 2024
Copa America Trophy (From Getty Images)

Fans can now easily purchase Copa America 2024 tickets as the soccer tournament has already put match tickets on sale. The general sale of the tickets for both group stage and knockout games started on 28th February. More than 13 cities in the US will be hosting the 32 games of the tournament.

The pre-sale of all match tickets was organized in mid-January, with fans registering for the match passes. Those who missed the pre-sale now can secure tickets from the general on-sales. Meanwhile, if anyone somehow missed out on pre-sale and on-sales, the Copa America 2024 tickets can be purchased through several resale sites.
For more updates on the sales of the Copa America 2024 tickets, you need to visit the official website of Copa America and sign up for free, by giving your identification details.

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Where to Buy Copa America Tickets?

The purchase of Copa America 2024 tickets is very easy compared to other editions. Each Copa America venue is selling tickets for the matches that will be played in their stadium. The match tickets range in price from $240 to $1350 per match. Instead of one Central ticket system, CONMEBOL has decided to give the right of ticket selling to different partners.

List of Copa America ticket sale Partners

Ticketmaster: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Q2 Stadium, MetLife Stadium, NRG Stadium, SoFi Stadium, Levi’s Stadium, Arrowhead Stadium, Hard Rock Stadium)

SeatGeek: AT&T Stadium, Q2 Stadium, Children’s Mercy Park)

Besides Ticketmaster and SeatGeek, fans can purchase the Copa America 2024 tickets through resale sites including StubHub, Vivid Seats, and the Copa America 2024 official site.

When Will Copa America 2024 Start?

Copa America 2024 is going to be held in the US for the second time since its debut in Argentina back in 1916. The tournament will kick off on 20th June and will take over 13 cities in the US. After being the hosts of this tournament in 2016 for the first time, the US will welcome the participating nations this year for the second time. The defending champions, Argentina will face either Canada or Trinidad and Tobago in the curtain raiser of the Copa America 2024 on 20th June at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. There are four groups in the opening stage, each consisting of four teams.

CONMEBOL Copa America 2024 Groups

GroupsTeams
Group AArgentina, Chile, Peru & CONCACAF 5
Group BMexico, Ecuador, Venezuela, Jamaica
Group CUSA, Uruguay, Panama, Bolivia
Group DBrazil, Paraguay, Colombia, CONCACAF 6

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