Copa America in Orlando
May 5, 2016
The Copa America is turning 100 years old! It’s a centennial soccer celebration wrapped up in a once-in-a-lifetime event. The soccer competitions will take place throughout 10 different cities in the United States from June 3-26. We are now less than one month away from the start of this amazing event and we are glad to announce that the Orlando Citrus Bowl will host first-round matches on June 4, June 6 and June 8 (when Brazil plays).
This is a big opportunity to witness these amazing teams play right here in Orlando. This is the first time in 100 years that the tournament is held outside of South America, so if you’re a soccer fan, you can’t miss out. Tickets There will be 32 soccer matches played during the entire tournament and 16 teams from the Americas will duel for the championship. If you are coming to Orlando and looking for accommodations, check out our website for competitive rates and stellar accommodations.
Two confederations and the following countries will be participating:
Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil hold the most Copa America titles and Brazil will be playing right here in Orlando on June 8th at 7:30pm. The match will be held at the Camping World Stadium that is 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. The stadium also served as a host site for the 1994 FIFA World Cup, 1996 Summer Olympic games and the 1998 MLS All-Star Game. The stadium will host the tournament’s first round and have Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Haiti and Panama competing. The matches are as follows:
An Orlando Venue Pass includes a ticket in the same seat for all the matches in this venue.
You can also buy tickets for each match here.
The match-ups for each game will be determined in mid-February. More details about the tournament are available at ca2016.com.
We hope this post was helpful and look forward to seeing you soon at the Hawthorn Lake Buena Vista!