Toyota Stadium, Frisco, TX

The Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, will host the two play-in matches for the Copa America 2024 to be hosted in the US.

The stadium has previously hosted rounds of the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2021.

Builr as a soccer-specific stadium, it is the home of MLS side FC Dallas.

It cost approximately $80 million to build and opened on August 6, 2005 with an MLS fixture between FC Dallas and the New York Red Bulls

In 2018 construction was completed on an extensive renovation of the south end of the stadium. The renovation included a European-style roof built over the new multi-tiered stand that replaced the old bleacher section.

The stadium has the shape of a U with stands at three ends and a permanent concert stage at the fourth. Until 2012 the stadium carried the sponsor name Pizza Hut Park, it was then renamed FC Dallas Stadium, and has been called Toyota Stadium since 2013.

In 2017, works started on an extensive redevelopment of Toyota Stadium, which included the reconstruction of the south stand, increased hospitality facilities, and the construction of the Soccer Hall of Fame adjacent to the stadium.

The complex also has an additional 17 regulation size, stadium-quality soccer fields (both grass and artificial turf) outside the main stadium. These fields are used for practice by FC Dallas, matches for the FC Dallas reserve squad, and for hosting soccer tournaments.

The stadium played hosted matches in the 2015 and 2017 Gold Cups. It also hosted the 2016 Concacaf women’s Olympic qualifier as well as the second leg of 2016 Men’s Olympic Qualifier against Colombia.

At the 2019 Gold Cup it hosted second round Group B matches between Nicaragua and Haiti, and Costa Rica and Bermuda. For 2021 it will host Group A and B matches.

Copa America 2024 play-in

Saturday, March 23

13:00 Canada vs Trinidad and Tobago

16.00 Honduras vs Costa Rica