Copa America 2024 Odds & Lines


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Argentina is a +180 favorite to win Copa America this summer after storming to the top of the FIFA world rankings. However, La Albiceleste will face competition from the likes of Brazil (+230), Uruguay (+600), Colombia (+1300), Mexico (+1400), and the US (+1400).

This guide breaks down the key strengths and weaknesses of the leading contenders for the Copa America title. We will also help you find the best futures odds for each team, including odds to win the tournament, to win a particular group, or to qualify for the knockout stage.

Who are the favorites to win Copa America? 

Our live odds chart helps you quickly identify the legal online sportsbook offering the best odds on any team winning Copa America. If you see a bet you like, simply click on it to head to the sportsbook where you can place the wager. Copa America betting is available at all US-based sportsbooks.

Copa America game odds

Below, you can find all game odds and fixtures for the Copa America. Simply click the odds you like, and it will take you to the dedicated sportsbook.

Copa America group winner odds

The 16 teams at Copa America will begin by competing in four groups. Betting on soccer is fairly simple. This section allows you to compare the group winner odds at the country’s leading online sportsbooks. Some books have not yet published odds on this particular bet, but more will do so as the tournament draws nearer.

Group A

  • Argentina
  • Chile
  • Canada
  • Peru

Group B

  • Mexico
  • Ecuador
  • Venezuela
  • Jamaica

Group C

  • Uruguay
  • USA
  • Panama
  • Bolivia

Group D

  • Brazil
  • Colombia
  • Paraguay
  • Costa Rica

Odds to advance from their group

The top two teams in each group will qualify for the Copa America quarterfinals. You can also bet on a particular team to qualify. Group A, Group B, Group C, and Group D odds are listed below.

Group A

  • Argentina
  • Chile
  • Canada
  • Peru

Group B

  • Mexico
  • Ecuador
  • Venezuela
  • Jamaica

Group C

  • Uruguay
  • USA
  • Panama
  • Bolivia

Group D

  • Brazil
  • Colombia
  • Paraguay
  • Costa Rica

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Copa America Betting Analysis & Predictions

Argentina’s players will be full of confidence when they arrive in the United States to defend their Copa America title this summer. They have won 11 out of 12 games since lifting the World Cup in December 2022, so they are surging with momentum right now.

Manager Lionel Scaloni could not have asked for a gentler route to the final. Argentina has landed on the opposite side of the bracket as all of the other big teams — Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia, and the US. While those teams battle for supremacy, Argentina’s players will face the likes of Peru, Ecuador, and Mexico, so “Argentina to reach the finalat -135 with BetMGM could prove to be a popular bet.

Brazil faces a far more perilous path. The Samba Boys may need to beat the USA and a star-studded Uruguayan team to reach the final, which is a tall order. However, Brazil would be the favorite to win both games, as it has world-class players in every department.

If Argentina and Brazil clash in the final, many South American soccer fans would likely view it as a 50-50 game. Argentina is unbeaten in its last four matches against Brazil, including a 1-0 victory in the last Copa America final. However, the squads look evenly matched, and Brazil could be rejuvenated under new manager Dorival Júnior. Additionally, forward Vinícius Júnior is in superb form right now, so Brazil to win Copa America at +230 with Caesars Sportsbook could be another popular wager this summer.

Breaking down the Copa America betting favorites

The Copa America tournament will feature the top 10 teams from South America and the top six teams from North and Central America. These are the favorites to lift the trophy in Miami on July 14:

Argentina ()

Argentina ended a 26-year trophy drought when it won Copa America in 2021. La Albiceleste then beat France on penalties in the 2022 World Cup final, so they are carrying some momentum as they prepare to defend their Copa America crown.

Superstar forward Lionel Messi was named the player of the tournament at the World Cup. He is now 36 years old, but he shows no signs of slowing down. Messi now plays for Inter Miami, and this year’s Copa America final will take place in that city at Hard Rock Stadium.

Brazil ()

Brazil cemented its status as the top dog in South America during the 2010s, but it has now been knocked off its perch. There is a fierce rivalry between Brazil and Argentina, so the Samba Boys will have an additional incentive to return to the ascendancy this summer.

With star striker Neymar out with a knee injury, Brazil will likely be leaning on young guns such as Vinícius Júnior, Rodrygo, Gabriel Martinelli, and Endrick. Brazil flopped at the 2022 World Cup, but it has a lengthy history of success at international competitions.

Uruguay ()

Uruguay will aim to win Copa America for the 22nd time this summer. La Celeste’s last title came in 2011, when strikers Luis Suárez and Edinson Cavani were at the peak of their powers. Cavani has retired from international duty, and Suárez is a 37-year-old veteran, but younger players are taking up the mantle.

There are high hopes for Liverpool striker Darwin Núñez, who has shown flashes of brilliance this season. Federico Valverde and Manuel Ugarte lead the midfield, and Uruguay has plenty of solid defenders, too, so it is a dark horse for this tournament.

Colombia ()

Colombia finished third at Copa America in 2021 after battling to a 3-2 victory over Peru in the bronze medal match. However, Los Cafeteros failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.

They have some dangerous forwards in their ranks, including Liverpool’s Luis Díaz. However, Colombia lacks the sort of quality that Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay can call upon, so it is currently fourth in Copa America futures odds.

Mexico ()

This is the first time that Mexico has received a Copa America invitation since 2016, when it reached the quarterfinals. El Tri won the CONCACAF Gold Cup for the 12th time last year. It will be interesting to see how manager Jaime Lozano’s squad fares against the likes of Argentina and Brazil.

USA ()

The USMNT will have home advantage at this tournament. It will start off against Uruguay, Panama, and Bolivia in the group stage.

The squad is packed with young players, including Giovanni Reyna, Sergiño Dest, Folarin Balogun, Weston McKennie, Tyler Adams, and Yunus Musah. Captain Christian Pulisic has also rediscovered his best form at AC Milan. Goals from Reyna and Adams led the USMNT to a 2-0 victory over Mexico in the CONCACAF Nations League final in March.

Copa America odds movement

TeamCurrent Copa America oddsOpening odds
Argentina+180
Brazil+230
Uruguay+700
Colombia+1300
Mexico+1400
USA+1400
Ecuador+1800
Chile+3500
Canada+8500

Copa America odds FAQ

Who is the favorite to win the 2024 Copa America?

Argentina is the current Copa America favorite. It is the reigning champion after beating Brazil 1-0 in the final in 2021. Argentina went on to win the World Cup in 2022, and it is now No. 1 in the FIFA world rankings.

Which country is hosting the Copa America in 2024?

The US is the host for the 2024 Copa America. The games will take place at 14 of the largest sports venues in the country, including MetLife Stadium, AT&T Stadium, Arrowhead Stadium, and SoFi Stadium. The final will be at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on July 14.

Why are North American teams taking part in Copa America?

Copa America always features the 10 best teams from South America, along with six invited teams from around the world. This year, the organizers invited six teams from North and Central America to compete, including the US, Mexico, and Canada. The US is the host nation, giving it a chance to prepare for helping to host the 2026 World Cup.

What are the odds on the US winning Copa America?

The US has odds of to win Copa America. Only four teams have shorter odds: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Colombia. Mexico also has odds of .