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Copa America Centenario 2016 Venues

  1. Santa Clara, California- Levi’s Stadium
  • Opened in 2014
  • Home to the San Francisco 49ers
  • Capacity- 68,500


  1. Foxborough, Massachusetts- Gillette Stadium
  • Home to the NFL’s New England Patriots, the New England Revolution of MLS and University of Massachusetts football
  • Capacity- 68,756


  1. Chicago, Ilinois- Soldier Field
  • Home of the Chicago Bears
  • One of the sites for the 1994 FIFA World Cup and 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup
  • Capacity- 63,500


  1. Houston, Texas- NRG Stadium
  • Home to the Houston Texans
  • Capacity- 71,795


  1. East Rutherford, New Jersey- MetLife Stadium
  • Home of the NFL’s New York Giants and New York Jets
  • MetLife has hosted concerts from the biggest musical acts in the world, including The Eagles, Zac Brown Band, U2, Rihanna and Taylor Swift
  • Capacity- 82,566


  1. Orlando, Florida- Camping World Stadium
  • Home to Major League Soccer’s Orlando City SC, the National Women’s Soccer League as well as numerous NCAA football regular season and bowl games
  • Capacity- 60,219


  1. Pasadena, California- Rose Bowl
  • Former home for Major League Soccer’s LA Galaxy
  • Backdrop for the 1994 FIFA World Cup Final
  • Capacity- 92,542


8.Philadelphia, Pennsylvania- Lincoln Financial Field

  • Home to the Philadelphia Eagles and Temple University football
  • Capacity- 69,176


  1. Glendale, Arizona- University of Phoenix Stadium
  • Home to the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals
  • Capacity- 63,400


  1. Seattle, Washington- CenturyLink Field
  • Hosted MLS Cup 2009 as well as international matches featuring the USA, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico and Venezuela
  • Capacity- 67,000


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