1. The United States is Hosting Copa America for the First Time
This 100 year anniversary of the event marks the first time it has been hosted by the U.S. So American fans will finally get their first taste of it. Until now, any U.S. citizen who wanted to see Copa America in person had to travel to South America. But with this year’s edition taking places in 10 major U.S. cities, American fans finally get to experience the atmosphere of Copa America.