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The United States is all set to play host for the 2016 Centennial Copa America Tournament, which will bring together 16 of the world’s top association football teams from the CONCACAF and CONMEBOL federations. Competition will begin on June 3rd at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, with group play continuing for three weeks until the Finals at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. As host country, the U.S. automatically qualifies for the tourney, along with several known pitch powerhouses including Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico. Who will reign supreme when the dust settles? Order your Copa America tickets today and take in the action firsthand, but don’t wait, because supplies won’t last for long!
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Copa America 2016 News & Updates

The Cinderella story for Team USA has come to an end in the Copa America Tournament, to the dismay of soccer fans around the nation. Argentina absolutely dominated the US last night, shutting out the team out 4 – 0 in the semifinal round. This was just the first tournament appearance for the US, however, making their semifinal appearance an impressive one. We will find out who goes on to play Argentina in the finals today. Whether Colombia or Chile advances, you can secure your ticket to the championship match right now. Tickets to the event on Sunday, June 26 are currently available for purchase starting at prices of $293 and up.
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Copa America is in full swing, and the US team have advanced. They beat Paraguay 1-0 in Philadelphia on June 11. This helped them to be the winner for group A, tied with Columbia with 6 points. The USA team will play Ecuador, the runner up in Group B, in the next match, which will take place on June 16. Columbia plays Peru (winner of Group B), while Argentina (winner of Group D) plays Venezuela (runner up of group C) and Mexico (winner of Group C) plays Chile (runner up of Group D). The winners of that will advance to the quarter final round later this month. You can still get tickets, with prices to the USA game in Seattle starting at $85.

It was a monumental victory for the USA on Tuesday night! The national soccer team walloped competitors Costa Rica 4 – 0. This was a fantastic win for the USA, who fought hard to shut out the beloved Costa Rica team. Another remarkable win was Brazil’s trounce over Haiti on Wednesday night, as they won the match a resounding 7 – 1. Neighboring countries Ecuador and Peru tied 2 – 2 on Wednesday in a particularly grueling rivalry match. The USA will now gear up for their match with Paraguay this Saturday, June 11, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. Tickets are currently available for purchase starting at prices as low as $57.

The Copa America Centenario is less than a month away. As rosters are finalized for the 100-year anniversary tournament, injuries and exclusions are starting to generate more buzz. The U.S. team looks to play without striker Jozy Altidore, who suffered a hamstring injury and will be out for nearly two months. As coach Klinsmann looks for a replacement, the Group A matches have been set, with an opening game of USA vs. Columbia on Friday, June 3 in Santa Clara, CA. Tickets for that first match are available on Razorgator starting at $71. Tickets for the next U.S. match on Tuesday, June 7 in Chicago are currently available for as little as $48.

With Copa America fast approaching, all eyes are on U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann as he chooses names for his 2016 roster. His initial picks will have to be submitted Friday, but he will have to whittle those 40 names down to just 23 in the coming weeks as the country anticipates the biggest soccer tournament held on U.S. soil since the World Cup in 1994. After the final roster is decided, the team will play a three matches in May to prepare for the official June 3 Copa America start. The USA will be facing off against Colombia at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Tickets can be purchased today for $84 and up.

Excitement about Copa America continues to build as cities all around the U.S. prepare to host events. This year is the first time that this soccer tournament has been hosted by a country outside of South America, and to celebrate the 100th Anniversary, more teams have been invited to participate. The U.S. soccer team is preparing to face some of the best soccer players from around the world, including Columbia, Paraguay and Costa Rica. The team recently defeated Guatemala 4-0 in their final outing prior to the start of Copa America. Tickets remain available so that you can be a part of this historical event. Prices vary depending on location and date, but they typically start at $85.

As the United States awaits another crack at hosting the FIFA World Cup, football fans will have the opportunity to enjoy world-class competition in the form of the 100th annual Copa America tournament. Teams from throughout the Americas will compete throughout the month of June, utilizing a group format in which Team USA enjoys an automatic qualifier by virtue of playing host country for the event. The first week of action kicks off at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, the Citrus Bowl in Orlando and CenturyLink Field in Seattle. You can pick up your Copa America tickets today starting from $133 for opening day, but don’t wait long because supplies are going quickly!
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