Inter&Co Stadium

Orlando, FL

Located on the East Coast, it will host two matches of the CONMEBOL Copa América Estados Unidos 2024™.

It has a capacity for 25,500 people.

Inter&Co Stadium
Inter&Co Stadium

The Inter&Co Stadium is located in Orlando, Florida, and was inaugurated in 2017. It is the home of Orlando City, the team that plays in the MLS.

During the CONMEBOL Copa América™, it will host two matches: the first one will be on June 29, for Group A, between Chile and Trinidad and Tobago or Canada (to be decided in a playoff on March 23).

The second match will be on July 1, for Group C, between Bolivia and Panama. Interestingly, in Panama's only participation in this tournament, in the Copa Centenario 2016, they shared a group with La Verde, and it was a victory for the Concacaf team by 2-1.

The United States national team also played in this stadium: it was one of their home venues for the qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup, both for Russia 2018 and Qatar 2022.

In 2020, it hosted the final stage of the Concacaf Champions League, and in 2023, it hosted the charity match The Beautiful Game, organized by Ronaldinho and Roberto Carlos.

It is a stadium with a roof covering all four stands to protect against the weather and create a better atmosphere for experiencing the match.

Events are held at the Inter&Co Stadium, including the Orlando Made, featuring local foods and drinks to enjoy.

Located in the southern United States, the Inter&Co Stadium is ready to host two matches and experience how the continent will come alive during the CONMEBOL Copa América USA 2024™.