CONMEBOL and CONCACAF are jointly hosting Copa America 2024 in the United States


It’s official. The America’s Cup 2024 They will play together concacaf. Today the announcement was officially made, where it was also established how the six invited teams of our federation will choose the ticket to the most important teams in America.

See also: Fenafut confirms Honduras national team friendly ahead of Nations League clash against Canada

The two confederations in question announced today that they are “signing a strategic cooperation agreement to strengthen and develop football in both regions. The agreement includes men’s and women’s national team competitions and a new club competition.”

“CONMEBOL Copa América 2024 will be played in the Americas in the summer of 2024 and will host 10 CONMEBOL teams and six top CONCACAF teams. This traditional CONMEBOL competition will be co-hosted by both confederations,” read part of the statement.

One important thing to note is that unlike the 2016 Copa America where they qualified through the Gold Cup, that won’t be the case this time around. “Concacaf nations will have the opportunity to qualify for this tournament through the 2023/24 Concacaf Nations League,” they confirmed.

Alejandro DominguezChairman CONMEBOL, said: “CONMEBOL and CONCACAF are united by historical and affective ties. But above all, we are united by a passion for football and the game, a characteristic of America as a whole. We are committed to renewing and expanding our joint ventures and projects.

and followed. “We want to translate this passion into more and better matches, to grow and strengthen football and its values ​​across the hemisphere. Undoubtedly, both confederations believe in big things and we will work with this orientation.

See also  NFL to punish referees in Lions vs. controversy Cowboys | TUDN NFL

For his part, Victor MontaglianiChairman CONCACAFExternalized: “This partnership is to support the continued development of men’s and women’s football in CONCACAF and CONMEBOL and is truly mutually beneficial for both confederations.”

“Working hand-in-hand with CONMEBOL will provide more opportunities for our confederations and what we know the fans want to see. We will work together to ensure football continues to thrive in both regions.”

It is important to note that without giving further details in this regard, the statement can only read that “the confederations will create a new competition with the participation of the best clubs in South America and CONCACAF”.

Eden Hayes

"Wannabe gamer. Subtly charming beer buff. General pop culture trailblazer. Incurable thinker. Certified analyst."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top