AT&T Stadium

Arlington, TX

Located in the center of the country, it will host three matches of the CONMEBOL Copa América United States 2024™.

It has a capacity for 80,000 people.

AT&T Stadium
AT&T Stadium

The AT&T Stadium was inaugurated in 2009 and in 2011 became the venue for the Super Bowl. It is located in Arlington, Texas, and is the home of the Dallas Cowboys, an NFL team.

During the CONMEBOL Copa América United States 2024™, it will host three matches: its debut will be for Group A in the match between Chile and Peru on June 21. In the last four CONMEBOL Copa América™ tournaments, they met in two semifinals: in 2015, there was a Chilean victory by 2-1 while in 2019, the Bicolor took revenge and won by 3-0.

Then, it will host the match for Group C between the United States and Bolivia on June 23. Finally, it will bid farewell to the tournament by hosting the quarter-finals on July 5 between the 1st of Group B and the 2nd of Group A.

In addition to the CONMEBOL Copa América™, other notable events that the AT&T Stadium will host in 2024 will be the concert of Billy Joel & Stevie Nicks and the Final Four of the Concacaf Nations League. In 2023, a friendly match between Real Madrid and Barcelona was played in this same stadium.

One of the distinguishing aspects of the architectural marvel of the AT&T Stadium is its retractable roof that can be closed in approximately 10 minutes.

In 2026, this majestic stadium will host nine matches of the FIFA World Cup: five matches of the group stage, two matches of the round of 32, one round of 16 match, and one semifinal.

The CONMEBOL Copa América United States™ will have the AT&T Stadium as one of the 14 venues where the great tournament of 2024 will be held.