State Farm Stadium

Glendale, AZ

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

It has a capacity of 63,400 people and astonishing technology that allows for the removal of the grass.

State Farm Stadium
State Farm Stadium

The State Farm Stadium, located in Glendale (Arizona), will be one of the 14 venues for the CONMEBOL Copa América™.

Opened in 2006, it is the home of the Arizona Cardinals, an NFL team. It's a stadium that has been important in recent American football history: three editions of the Super Bowl were held there (2008, 2015, and 2023).

In the major event of 2024, this stadium will host three matches: its debut will be on June 28 in the Group D match between Colombia and Concacaf 6 (Honduras or Costa Rica, to be determined on March 23).

The second match will be on June 30, for Group B, featuring one of the tournament's top seeds, Mexico, when they face Ecuador. Both teams have a history in the tournament, and the most significant match they played was in the 1993 semifinal, when Ecuador was the host, and Mexico made its tournament debut. It was a 2-0 victory for the Concacaf team.

The last match in this venue will be on July 6, where the quarter-finals between the 1st of Group D and the 2nd of Group C will be played.

In addition to the CONMEBOL Copa América™ and the NFL, the State Farm will also host the Rolling Stones and the Monster Jam event this year, a classic in the United States.

This stadium, which prides itself on hosting 200 events per year, has a retractable roof and, more curiously, grass that can be removed from the stadium. From the start of the process, the Tifway 419 grass of the stadium can be removed in 70 minutes, either to receive better light or to prepare for an event that does not require grass. Like in 2023, when it hosted Red Hot Chili Peppers or Metallica and when it was the stadium that opened the legendary The Eras Tour by Taylor Swift.