Copa America Centenario 2016 Host Cities

By: Carolyn Fishman, Rachael Humke, & Lopa Rahman

This summer, from June 2 – June 26, the United States will play host to the Copa America for the first time in the tournament’s history. It is the Centenario, or 100th year of the tournament. The tournament will be played in ten cities spanning the United States: Pasadena, CA; Orlando, FL; Santa Clara, CA; Glendale, AZ; Foxborough, MA; Houston, TX; Philadelphia, PA; Seattle, WA; Chicago, IL; and East Rutherford, NJ (“2016 Copa America Centenario.”). For more information on a few of the cities – ranging from history to fans to why the city was chosen as a host – click on the links below:




Boston skyline in the morning sun. Image retrieved from Wikimedia.



Sunrise in Chicago. Image retrieved from Wikimedia.


Orlando’s skyline at night. Image retrieved from Wikimedia.


Philadelphia at night. Image retrieved from Wikimedia.


Seattle from Kerry Park. Image retrieved from Wikimedia.

San Francisco

Golden Gate Bridge at sunrise. Image retrieved from Pixabay.

To read about the stadiums of these cities in Spanish please refer to our colleagues’ page.

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How to cite this article: “Copa America Centenario 2016 Host Cities” Written by Carolyn Fishman, Rachael Humke, & Lopa Rahman (2016), Copa America Centenario 2016 Guide, Soccer Politics Blog, Duke University, on (date)).

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“2016 Copa America Centenario.” 2016 Copa America Centenario. Cheap Priced Tickets. Web. 14 Apr. 2016. < Copa America Centenario>.