International soccer matches are coming to Orlando with star teams and players in summer 2024, and serious fans won’t want to miss a second of it.

Updated May 7, 2024

Already ranked by WalletHub as one of the country’s best cities for soccer (aka association football) fans, Orlando will have even more reasons to cheer when international teams and superstars compete in the Allstate Continental Clásico: USA vs. Brazil (June 12, 2024) and FC Series: Barcelona vs. Manchester City (July 30, 2024) at Camping World Stadium, plus CONMEBOL Copa América 2024™ (June 29 & July 1) and 2024 Leagues Cup (July 26 & Aug. 4) at Inter&Co Stadium.

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Throw in regular-season matches from Orlando City Soccer Club and the Orlando Pride, plus restaurants and attractions for football fanatics — not to mention everything else there is to experience here — for the ultimate summer soccer safari. It’s your chance to be loud, proud and in a crowd with fellow soccer fans from around the world: ¡Gooooooooool!

Additional reporting by Ian Suarez.

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Vacation Like a Champion During Orlando’s Summer of Soccer

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King’s Landing Near Orlando

Play Like a Champion

Orlando is the sort of destination where anything is possible. Come for the soccer and take the fun into extra time with endless adventures that include:

To make the most of your stay, request a free one-on-one appointment with our knowledgeable Vacation Planners. They’re eager to help you draft the perfect gameplan for a winning trip to Orlando. You can also save on many of our most popular experiences with authorized discount tickets from Visit Orlando powered by

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Caribe Royale Orlando

Stay Like a Champion

Orlando’s hotels and resorts are champions when it comes to amazing pools. You’ll find plenty of extras, too, such as lazy rivers, waterslides, underwater sound systems and sandy beaches. Some even have their own onsite water parks.

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MICHELIN Recommended Black Rooster Taqueria in Orlando’s Mills 50 District

Eat & Drink Like a Champion

There’s no better way to pre-game, celebrate or dull the pain of a loss than feasting like royalty, which you can do in style at thousands of restaurants throughout the area. With so many choices — including MICHELIN Guide dining, celebrity chefs and homegrown culinary heroes, and ample farm-to-table freshness — you will never run out of winning things to eat and drink.

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You can also get your game face on at one of our many craft breweries or wineries and wine bars. And if you can’t score tickets, you can always watch in big-screen glory at sports bars and other nightlife venues.

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2024 Soccer Matches in Orlando

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Inter&Co Stadium, Home of Orlando City Soccer Club and the Orlando Pride in Downtown Orlando’s Parramore District

Orlando’s 2024 soccer season is underway, and the best is yet to come with this year’s Allstate Continental Clásico, CONMEBOL Copa América, FC Series matchup, 2024 Leagues Cup, and Orlando City Soccer Club and Orlando Pride home games.

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Allstate Continental Clásico: USA vs. Brazil (June 12, 2024)

The U.S. Men’s National Team takes on five-time World Cup champion Brazil in this year’s Allstate Continental Clásico. The action will take place at Camping World Stadium, part of downtown Orlando’s West Lakes Market Street District.

Catch CONMEBOL Copa América 2024 at Inter&Co Stadium (Panama Pictured)

CONMEBOL Copa América 2024™ (June 29 & July 1, 2024)

CONMEBOL Copa América 2024 is coming to 14 stadiums across the U.S. this summer with two matches at Inter&Co Stadium, part of downtown Orlando’s Parramore District. Chile and Canada will face off on June 29, with Bolivia and Panama battling on July 1.

2024 Leagues Cup (July 26 & Aug. 4, 2024)

Orlando City Soccer Club will host two matches of the opening round of the 2024 Leagues Cup at Inter&Co Stadium. They include a game against fellow MLS side CF Montréal on July 26, followed by a match vs. Liga MX side Atlético de San Luis on Aug. 4.

FC Series 2024: Barcelona vs. Manchester City (July 30, 2024)

Three-time reigning Premier League champions Manchester City faces off against Spanish powerhouse Barcelona in this FC Series match at Camping World Stadium. The friendly marks the fourth consecutive year that Orlando has hosted top European teams as part of the FC Series.

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Inter&Co Stadium (Courtesy Orlando City Soccer Club)

Orlando City Soccer Club 2024 Home Games

Major League Soccer’s Orlando City Soccer Club play at Inter&Co Stadium. You can always expect an amped-up crowd and a wild time.

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Orlando Pride (Courtesy Orlando City Soccer Club)

Orlando Pride 2024 Home Games

Orlando Pride’s main superstar is Marta Silva, aka Marta. A six-time FIFA World Player of the Year, she was the first person to score in five World Cups. Also playing at Inter&Co Stadium, the Pride are part of the National Women’s Soccer League.

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Soccer 24/7/365 in Orlando

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Mural Outside Inter&Co Stadium in Downtown Orlando’s Parramore District (Courtesy City of Orlando)

Fill the hours before and after matches with all the soccer activities you can handle in Orlando. Make it a soccer pub crawl with a stop at Wall St. Plaza in downtown Orlando’s City District, where beer specials and viewing parties are common around game days. Or, take the party to The Hammered Lamb, an official Orlando City Soccer Pub in nearby Ivanhoe Village Main Street.

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In the International Drive (I-Drive) area, top options include NBC Sports Grill & Brew at Universal CityWalk, part of Universal Orlando Resort. You will also find kindred spirits at The Pub at Pointe Orlando.

To celebrate your favorite team and gear up for matches, head to our soccer-focused retailers. United World Soccer’s largest and original location is at The Florida Mall® with national and club jerseys and other fan apparel. At Disney Springs® at Walt Disney World® Resort, Pelé Soccer — named after the legendary Brazilian superstar — stocks a treasure trove of soccer gear from all your favorite brands.

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Neymar Da Silva Santos Jr. Wax Figure at Madame Tussauds Orlando, Part of ICON Park® on International Drive

Madame Tussauds Orlando also caters to soccer heads with realistic wax figures of superstar players Neymar Da Silva Santos Jr. and David Beckham. You can snap selfies with both at ICON Park® on I-Drive.

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It’s all part of the absolute soccer mania as international teams descend on Orlando for the most thrilling matches of the year. Make plans and secure your tickets now so you don’t miss a second of the action.

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