The venue of the 2024 Copa America is already known, CONMEBOL issued a statement stating that, along with concacafThe two organizations have signed an agreement in which Most important national team competition on the continent to be disputed on North American soil, Similarly, both the federations have also signed a new club tournament in 2024 Women’s Gold Cup with some changes.
In the statement issued by CONMEBOL, the South American supreme body explains that The 2024 men’s Copa América, which will be played in the United States, will be composed of all 10 teams that form CONMEBOL (Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Uruguay, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela). Six CONCACAF Guest Countries, “The CONMEBOL Copa América 2024 will be played in the United States… This traditional CONMEBOL tournament will be co-hosted by both confederations,” the statement was quoted as saying. Similarly, it explained that CONCACAF teams “will have the opportunity to qualify for this competition through the 2023/24 CONCACAF Nations League.”
tournament of Women’s CONCACAF Gold Cup 2024, in which Conmall will participate. Due to controversy in the United States, this inaugural edition of the tournament The Copa América Feminina 2022 (Brazil, Colombia, Argentina and Paraguay) will have 12 teams selected on the basis of results, consisting of eight teams from CONCACAF and four teams from CONMEBOL.,
At the end, The tournament which both the federations have decided to organize will be represented by the clubs, A ‘Final Four’ format featuring the best teams from each confederation. There is a demand that this first edition of the tournament should also be held in 2024.
Alejandro Dominguez The President of CONMEBOL expressed himself regarding these agreements. “CONMEBOL and CONCACAF are linked by historical and influential ties. But above all, we are united by a passion for football and sport, which characterizes all of America. We are determined to renew and expand our joint initiatives and projects. We want this passion to translate into more and better competitions and to grow and strengthen football and its values across the hemisphere., Undoubtedly, both the confederations believe in big and we will work in that direction.
Others, Victor MontagliniThe president of CONCACAF did the same. “This partnership is meant to support the continued development of men’s and women’s soccer in CONCACAF and CONMEBOL, and will truly be of mutual benefit to both confederations. Working closely with CONMEBOL, we will offer exclusive competitions that provide more opportunities for our associations and that we know fans want to see., We will work together to ensure that football continues to grow in both regions.”