One day to go until the Copa America Centenario, the largest tournament in the history of the South American Football Confederation.
The United States opens its doors to welcome the thousands of fans, football stars, former players, and authorities of South America and around the world from June 3 to 26.
For this special edition 16 teams will fight for the trophy, six of them being special guests: hosts United States, Costa Rica, Haiti, Mexico, Jamaica and Panama. These teams will encounter the likes of Lionel Messi, Daniel Alves, Alexis Sanchez, James Rodriguez, Antonio Valencia, Paolo Guerrero, Nelson Haedo, Luis Suarez and Salomon Rondon.
Matches will be played in 10 stadiums scattered across the US: Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Orlando, Phoenix, Seattle and the city of Santa Clara, California.
This football festival has already secured more than 1 million tickets sold. This tournament could become the biggest football event in the US since the World Cup in 1994, an event which in turn demonstrates the organizational capacity of CONMEBOL and CONCACAF.
Modern stadiums, infrastructure, technology, excellent hospitality and good marketing add to this event.
The inaugural match will be historic in that for the first time in the regions of Concacaf and Conmebol, Hawk-eye goal line technology will be used.
The President of the South American Football Confederation, Paraguayan Alejandro Dominguez, declared that "this Centenario will be unforgettable. We're going out to win games and to win glory redefining the scope of success and triumph."
Expectations are set and everything is in the right place for the games to begin. One day until the continental party!
In the Attachment you can download the full game schedule.