Planning a Football Trip to Copa America 2019, if you want a football trip of a lifetime then this post provides details of Copa America 2019 in Brazil.
The 2019 Copa América will be the 46th edition of the Copa América, the quadrennial international men’s football championship organized by South America’s football ruling body CONMEBOL. It will be held in Brazil. The winner of the tournament will earn the right to compete for the 2021 FIFA Confederations Cup. Chile will be the defending champions.
According to news journal Globo Esporte, the tournament would be hosted by 8 venues on 7 cities, with São Paulo hosting two venues. So far, CONMEBOL and CBF are yet to confirm and announce the definitive list.
Rio de Janeiro – Maracanã Stadium – 78,838
Belo Horizonte – Mineirão – 62,000
São Paulo – Arena Corinthians – 49,688
São Paulo – Allianz Parque – 43,713
Salvador – Arena Fonte Nova – 50,000
Brasília – Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha – 72,788
Porto Alegre – Estádio Beira-Rio – 51,300
Fortaleza – Castelão – 67,037
Recife – Arena Pernambuco – 46,154
Brazilian media outlet Globoesporte reported this month that plans are afoot to invite four European heavyweights to compete against the best of South America at the 2019 edition, which would require official authority to expand the tournament from 12 to 16 teams. The teams rumored to be playing are France, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
More details of the tournament as they are announced.