The 2016 Copa America is a centenary celebration, featuring both North and South American sides. It is also the first Copa America tournament to be held in the United States.
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Copa America 2016 Venues
The Copa America 2016 will be held in 10 different cities, across 8 American states. This year is the first time that the event will be held outside of South America.
Rose Bowl, California
The largest venue for the competition is the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Boasting a 92,000 seater capacity. It has been the venue for many major soccer events, including the 1994 World Cup final.The Rosebowl
MetLife, New Jersey
The 2016 Copa America final will be held in the MetLife Stadium, in New Jersey.
Used by two leading NFL teams, the New York Jets and New York Giants, it has a capacity of 83,000.
The Copa America will be the first time the stadium has witnessed competitive soccer, having previously been used exclusively for exhibition matches.MetLife Stadium