Hard Rock Stadium

Miami Gardens, FL

Located on the East Coast, it will host the final of the CONMEBOL Copa América USA 2024™.

It has a capacity of 65,300 people and will also be part of the FIFA World Cup 2026.

Hard Rock Stadium
Hard Rock Stadium

The Hard Rock Stadium is located in Miami Gardens and was inaugurated in 1987. It is the home of the Miami Dolphins, an NFL team. It has hosted the Super Bowl in 6 editions: 1989, 1995, 1999, 2007, 2010, and 2020.

In this legendary stadium, the final of the CONMEBOL Copa América™ will be played on July 14 to determine the champion of the 48th edition of the oldest national teams tournament in the world.

Before that, there will be two matches of the tournament: on June 23, for Group C, Uruguay will face Panama. Then, on June 29 for Group A, Argentina will play against Peru. It's a match with a lot of history in the CONMEBOL Copa América™, with their last encounter in Venezuela 2007 resulting in a 4-0 victory for Argentina. On that day, Messi scored his first goal in a CONMEBOL Copa América™; for the Peruvian team, Paolo Guerrero was a starter that day.

In addition to American football, the Hard Rock Stadium has been actively involved in other sports that are very appealing to fans: since 2019, it has been the venue for the Miami Open (in the first edition held there, the legendary Roger Federer was the champion), and since 2022, there has been a Formula 1 circuit that has the stadium as its hub.

In 2016, this venue, which has been renovated over these more than 35 years, was filled with art, with beautiful murals painted by important personalities from around the world.

Speaking of art, in October of this year, Taylor Swift fans will be able to see her in action as part of The Eras Tour.

In 2026, the Hard Rock Stadium will also be part of the FIFA World Cup: it will host four group stage matches, one round of 32 match, one quarter-final, and one third-place play-off. A total of seven matches.

With a presence in the most varied events, the Hard Rock Stadium is the stadium where the 16 teams want to reach: to play in the final of the CONMEBOL Copa América USA 2024™.