SoFi Stadium

Inglewood, CA

Located on the West Coast, it will host two matches of the CONMEBOL Copa América United States 2024™.

It has a capacity for 70,000 people and will be a protagonist of the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup.

SoFi Stadium
SoFi Stadium

The SoFi Stadium is located in Inglewood, California, and was inaugurated in 2020. It is the home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, two NFL teams. In 2022, it hosted none other than the Super Bowl.

During the CONMEBOL Copa América™, it will host two matches: its debut will be on June 24, for Group D, when Brazil (winner of the tournament on 9 occasions) faces Concacaf 6, which will be decided on March 23 in the match between Costa Rica and Honduras.

The second match will be on June 26, for Group B, between Mexico and Venezuela. Their last encounter in the CONMEBOL Copa América™ was precisely in the group stage of the United States 2016 edition and ended in a 1-1 draw. Both teams were already qualified for the quarter-finals of the tournament.

SoFi Stadium is unique due to having a 360-degree double-sided screen with the capacity to play videos in 4K quality. It is known as 'The Oculus.'

In addition to the CONMEBOL Copa América™, the standout events for SoFi Stadium this year include the Monster Jam finals, concerts by the Rolling Stones and Blink 182, and a friendly match between the English clubs Manchester United and Arsenal.

In the near sporting future, SoFi Stadium has a significant role ahead: it will host 8 matches of the FIFA World Cup 2026, including the debut of the United States and a quarter-final match; and it will also host the opening ceremony of the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games.

A stadium that in just a few years of existence has become accustomed to being chosen for major events, will host two matches of the CONMEBOL Copa América United States 2024™.