Planning a Football Trip to Brasil for Copa America 2019. This post has all the latest news on the schedule, venues and tickets.
The 2019 Copa América will be the 46th edition of the Copa América, the quadrennial international men’s association football championship organized by South America’s football ruling body CONMEBOL. It will be held in Brazil.
The 2019 Copa America is set to get under way on June 14 and it will run for three weeks until the final on July 7.
Group games will finish on June 24 and there will be a three-day break before knockout fixtures are played from June 27.
Copa America 2019 schedule
|Group stage||June 14 – June 24|
|Quarter-finals||June 27 – June 29|
|Semi-finals||July 2 – 3|
|Third-place play-off||July 6|
Notably it will be the last Copa America tournament to be held on an odd year, with CONMEBOL initiating a change to the scheduling.
From 2020 on, the Copa America will follow the same calendar as UEFA’s European Championship.
Copa America 2019 stadiums
|Estadio do Maracana||Rio de Janeiro||74,738|
|Estadio do Morumbi||Sao Paulo||67,428|
|Estadio Mineirao||Belo Horizonte||58,170|
|Arena do Gremio||Porto Alegre||55,662|
|Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova||Salvador||51,900|
|Arena Corinthians||Sao Paulo||49,205|
Games will take place in six stadiums across five cities, which you can see in the table above.
The opening match will be played at Estadio do Morumbi – home of the team Sao Paulo – in Sao Paulo and the final will take place at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.