Copa America 2024 squad limit increased to 26 players

Teams at this summer’s men’s Copa America tournament will be allowed to name squads of up to 26 players instead of 23.

The decision was confirmed by the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) during a meeting held in Thailand May 16.

Despite the expanded overall squad, the maximum number of delegation members on match days (including players and coaching staff) will remain at 23.

CONMEBOL confirmed the decision in a statement which read: “Regarding the number of players on the roster, the decision is that each team may register up to a maximum of 26 players in the competition (on the roster), maintaining a total of 50 individuals in the delegation covered by the event’s organization (accommodation, meals, transportation, etc., according to the financial regime and prize structure outlined in Chapter 17 of the Competition Regulations).

“All players (up to 26 players) must be included in the Provisional List submitted by May 5, 2024.

“Thus, if a Member Association of CONMEBOL (AMP) decides to register more than 23 players, it must automatically register fewer staff to total 50 members in the delegation (for instance, if an AMP chooses to register 26 players, the number of staff registered on the roster must be 24 members).”

A similar decision for this summer’s European Championship in Germany was announced in April.

The 2024 Copa America will be held in the United States and begin on June 20.



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