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The teams qualified for the Copa America 2024: An overview of the forces present

  • May 14, 2024
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The whole world will be watching to see which team among the 16 qualifiers will win the Copa America on July 14, 2024.

Solidified in March 2024, ten teams from CONMEBOL and six teams from CONCACAF qualified for the 2024 Copa America, making it the largest Copa America in a decade.

For the first time since 2016, the Copa America will take place on United States soil on June 20. The tournament’s 32 matches will take place across 14 stadiums and 10 states throughout June and July until one nation is crowned champion.

The competition features the world’s best South American soccer players, including Lionel Messi, who hopes to lead Argentina to another Copa America title following their victory in 2021. The other 15 participating teams, packed with talented superstars, hope to thwart Argentina’s dreams of winning back-to-back titles.

Find out exactly which teams have qualified for the 2024 Copa America ahead of the first match at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Who qualified for the 2024 Copa America? Here are all the teams qualified for the 2024 Copa America:

Argentine
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada
Chili
Colombia
Costa Rica
Ecuador
Jamaica
Mexico
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
UNITED STATES
Venezuela

All ten CONMEBOL nations automatically qualified for the tournament while all six CONCACAF teams earned their spots over the past year. The United States, Mexico, Jamaica and Panama qualified for the 2024 Copa America by reaching the semi-finals of the 2023/24 CONCACAF Nations League.

Just a day before the United States triumphed over Mexico to win the 2023/24 CONCACAF Nations League, Canada beat Trinidad and Tobago 2-0 to qualify for the 2024 Copa America for the first time times in the history of their nation.

On the same day in March, Costa Rica beat Honduras 3-1 to secure the final spot in the historic international competition. The 16 teams were then divided into four groups, with Canada set to face Argentina in the first match of the tournament.