On Thursday night Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz discovered their challengers in the upcoming Copa America 2024 tournament, set to take place in 14 cities across the United States next year.
The Reggae Boyz, making their third appearance in the prestigious tournament, have been placed in Group “B” alongside formidable opponents Mexico, Venezuela, and Ecuador.
The opening fixture for the Reggae Boyz is slated for June 22 in Houston, Texas, where they will face off against CONCACAF rivals Mexico.
This encounter is expected to be a crucial test for both teams as they aim to establish early dominance in the group.
Four days later, on June 26, the Reggae Boyz will head to Las Vegas to take on Ecuador, and the final match in the group stage will see Jamaica battling against Venezuela on June 30, as they aim to secure a spot in the knockout stages.
Jamaica’s national team first earned the right to compete in the Copa America after their triumph in the 2014 Caribbean Cup.
Having previously been invited to the 2015 edition and participating in the 2016 Copa América Centenario, the Reggae Boyz are no strangers to the grand stage, but their journey through Group B promises to be a stern test of their mettle.
Group “A” boasts football powerhouses Argentina, Peru, Chile, and either Canada or Trinidad & Tobago, setting the tone for another fiercely contested bracket.
Meanwhile, Group “C” features the host nation, the United States, alongside Uruguay, Panama, and Bolivia.
Group “D” will witness clashes between Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, and either Costa Rica or Honduras.
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