2020 Copa America Hotels and Tickets
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HOTEL CITY the marketplace for hard to get hotel rooms. The 2020 Copa America is the 47th edition of the Copa América. It is an international men's football (soccer) championship put together by the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL). The tournament will be held in Argentina and Colombia from 12 June to 12 July 2020. . The 2020 Copa
<h2>HOTEL CITY&nbsp;the marketplace for hard to get hotel rooms</h2><p>The 2020 Copa America is the 47th edition of the Copa América. It is an international men's football (soccer) championship put together by the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL). The tournament will be held in Argentina and Colombia from 12 June to 12 July 2020.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;The 2020 Copa America is a tournament you don't want to miss. It's the first time in history that the event will be hosted by more than one country. The next competition won't be until 2024 since the tournament is scheduled every four years.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;Group A or the South Zone will take place from 12 June to 30 June 2020 in Argentina. The South Zone is comprised of hosts Argentina, Bolivia, record winners Uruguay, guests Australia, Paraguay, and Chile.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;The North Zone or Group B consists of Colombia, Brazil, Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, and Qatar.&nbsp;</p><h2>Where can I find hotels for the 2020 Copa America?</h2><p>Hotel City has rooms and accommodations for all the cities, close to the stadiums and team hotels. Check <a href="http://HotelCity.com" target="_blank">HotelCity.com</a> for room inventory now.&nbsp;</p><h2>Where are the stadiums to watch the 2020 Copa America Tournament?</h2><p>&nbsp;Argentina is one of the best places to see the 2020 Copa America's tournament! Argentina will open the event with an epic clash against Chile in Buenos Aires on 12 June 2020.</p><p>&nbsp;Also, the tournament will take place in 9 venues in 9 cities. Five sites are in Argentina, and four are in Colombia.</p><p>&nbsp;In Argentina, the venues are at&nbsp;</p><ul><li>Buenos Aires at the <b>Estadio Monumental</b> with a capacity of 70,074 people</li><li>Cordoba at the <b>Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes</b> with a capacity of 57,000 people</li><li>La Plata at the <b>Estadio Ciudad de La Plata</b> with a capacity of 53,000 people</li><li>Mendoza at the <b>Estadio Malvinas Argentinas</b> with a capacity of 49,268 people&nbsp;</li><li>Santiago del Estero at the <b>Estadio Único</b> with a capacity of 28,000 people (under construction)&nbsp;</li></ul><p><br></p><p>&nbsp;There are numerous matches to be held from 12 June to 30 June at the five locations in Argentina, such as&nbsp;</p><ul><li>3 matches in Buenos Aires at the Estadio Monumental&nbsp;</li><li>4 matches in Cordoba at the Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes&nbsp;</li><li>4 matches in La Plata at the Estadio Ciudad de La Plata</li><li>3 matches in Mendoza at the Estadio Malvinas Argentinas&nbsp;</li><li>1 matches in Santiago del Estero at the Estadio Único</li></ul><h2>2020 Copa America Tickets and Packages</h2><p>The South American Football Confederation,&nbsp;<a href="http://conmebol.com/">CONMEBOL</a>, informs the general public that the tickets sale for the CONMEBOL COPA AMERICA ARGENTINA - COLOMBIA 2020 has not been enabled as of this time.</p><p>Hotel City will continue to update all information as it becomes available regarding the acquisition, prices, points of sale, and other information about&nbsp;<b>2020 Copa America tickets</b>.&nbsp;</p><p><a href="https://hotelcity.com/request-hotel">Contact Hotel City for group tickets and packages</a>.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><h2>2020 Copa America Official Hospitality Packages</h2><p><br></p><p><a href="http://conmebol.com/">CONMEBOL</a>&nbsp;has not released any information regarding official hospitality packages as of this time. </p><p>Hotel City will be updating this information as details are released for the&nbsp;<b>2020 Copa America Official Hospitality</b>. </p><p>If you are interested in the&nbsp;<b>2020 Copa America Hospitality Packages</b>, please&nbsp;<a href="https://hotelcity.com/request-hotel">contact us</a>.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><h2>2020 Copa America Hotel Packages</h2><p><span style="font-size: 1rem;">Hotel Packages including a ticket or without a ticket will soon be available through official partners of the <b>2020 Copa America</b>. </span></p><p><span style="font-size: 1rem;">Hotel City will be posting additional information and the availability of <b>Copa America Packages</b> as they are released for booking.</span></p><p><span style="font-size: 1rem;">&nbsp;</span><a href="https://hotelcity.com/request-hotel" style="font-size: 1rem; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">Please add your name to the waiting list.</a></p><h2>2020 Copa America Group Air Charter</h2><p><a href="https://hotelcity.com/air-charter">Hotel City Group Air Charter Division</a>&nbsp;also provides extraordinary Group Air Charter service for the sports industry. All of our charter aircraft can be customized to fit your requirements, whether it’s a 737 to accommodate <b>Copa America Fan Travel Packages</b>, or a&nbsp;<a href="https://hotelcity.com/air-charter">Sports Air Charter</a>&nbsp;to handle transporting the team and equipment to the next competition.&nbsp;</p><p>We can provide you with non-stop, direct access to each <b>host city for the 2020 Copa America</b> routes that are not served by scheduled airlines, creating a much more convenient and luxurious travel experience for your group or organization. Our aircraft can be configured for Coach seating for an economical approach to travel, as well as some can be outfitted with extremely luxurious first-class accommodation.</p><p>What sets Hotel City above the rest when it comes to sports charter? Whether you are transporting your sports team or a group of their devoted fans to the Copa America Hotel City always has its eye on the ball.&nbsp;</p><p>Hotel City is ready to plan, arrange and manage your <b>2020 Copa America jet charter</b> or for your Group Air Charter, wherever, whenever, and however, you wish to travel.</p>

Avellaneda

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Cordoba

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Mendoza

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Buenos Aires

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Barranquilla

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Medellin

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Bogota

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Cali

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History of the Copa America. (source: CopaAmerica). The Copa América is the oldest football competition of national teams in the world. It was disputed for the first time in a trial edition in 1910, but it had its first official edition between July 2 and 17, 1916, as part of the commemorations of the centennial of Argentina's independence. In
<h3>History of the Copa America</h3><p>(source:&nbsp;<a href="https://copaamerica.com/en/history">CopaAmerica</a>)</p><p>The Copa América is the oldest football competition of national teams in the world. It was disputed for the first time in a trial edition in 1910, but it had its first official edition between July 2 and 17, 1916, as part of the commemorations of the centennial of Argentina's independence. In addition to the host country, Chile, Uruguay, and Brazil also participated.</p><p>From its first edition until 1967 the tournament was called the Campeonato Sudamericano de Selecciones. In the first edition, Uruguay won the championship, after a 0-0 match against Argentina in the final played at the Racing Club of Avellaneda stadium.</p><p>Since 1975, in its 30th edition, the tournament was officially called Copa América. With the change of name, there were also changes in the dispute system. The point-by-point system was replaced by a format similar to that of the FIFA World Cup: qualifying phase, with the selections distributed in groups, followed by qualifying rounds.</p><h4>Guest Teams</h4><p>Since 1993, CONMEBOL started to invite national teams from outside South America to participate in the Copa América. The first was the United States and Mexico. In 2016, the Copa América Centenario had exceptionally six invited teams: Costa Rica, the United States (host), Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, and Panama.</p><p>However, the invited teams never won a tournament edition. Mexico was the team that obtained the best results: runner-up in 1993 and 2001, and third place in 1997, 1999 and 2007.</p><h4>Trophy</h4><p>Throughout its 45 editions, the <b>Copa América</b> had just two trophies. The oldest, called America's Cup, was made in 1916 and 1917 in Buenos Aires by Casa Escasany Jewelry and watchmaking, at the request of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Argentina to be donated to CONMEBOL.</p><p>The trophy is made of silver and has transient possession. It means that there is no condition for it to remain definitive with a champion national team. His wooden base with the plates of the champions countries was added in 1979, in the edition won by Paraguay.</p><p>The second trophy was produced specifically for the Copa América Centenario, in 2016. Designed by Epico Studios, the cup was manufactured by the English Thomas Lyte in metal, with an internal silver finish and gold plated on the outside. The definitive possession remained with the champion Chile.</p><h4>Curiosities</h4><p>Participating countries until 2019: 18 countries</p><p>CONMEBOL (10) - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.</p><p>Concacaf (7) - Costa Rica (1997, 2001, 2004, 2011 and 2016), United States (1993, 1995, 2007 and 2016), Haiti (2016), Honduras (2001), Jamaica (2015 and 2016), Mexico (1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2011, 2015 and 2016) and Panama (2016).</p><p>AFC (1) -Japón en 1999.</p><p>The 2019 Edition will have the participation of Qatar (AFC) for the first time,19 countries in total.</p><ul><li>Greatest win: Argentina 12 to 0 Ecuador - (Uruguay, 1942).</li><li>Most goals in all editions: Argentina with 455 goals.</li><li>Most goals in a single edition: Brazil with 46 goals (Brazil, 1949).</li><li>Major goal scorer: Norberto Méndez (Argentina, in 3 editions) and Zizinho (Brazil, in 6 editions) -17 goals</li><li>Major goal scorer in a single edition: Jair da Rosa Pinto (Brazil,1949), Humberto Maschio (Argentina,1957) and Javier Ambrois (Uruguay,1957) - 9 goals.</li><li>First champion: Uruguay (Argentina,1916).</li><li>The country with the highest number of titles: Uruguay with 15 titles.</li></ul>