Chicago soccer fans looking to go to the Copa America in June now know which teams will be coming to Soldier Field.
The tournament's draw was held Sunday night, which finalized the match-ups for the three group stage games coming to Soldier Field. The Chicago games will be Jamaica vs. Venezuela on June 5, the U.S. vs. Costa Rica on June 7 and Argentina vs. Panama on June 10.
It was previously known that the U.S. and Argentina would be coming to Chicago for those group games, but the opponents became known on Sunday. Soldier Field will also host one of the semifinals on June 22.
From a fan standpoint, seeing the U.S. for one game and Argentina superstar Leo Messi in another game should draw big crowds.
The U.S. received a tough draw with Colombia and Paraguay in addition to Costa Rica in Group A. The first match of the tournament is the Americans against Colombia on June 3 in Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. After taking on Costa Rica in Chicago, the U.S. closes out the group against Paraguay on June 11 at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field.
Colombia and Costa Rica both made the quarterfinals of the 2014 World Cup. Meanwhile, Paraguay finished last in qualifying for the 2014 World Cup, but did make the semifinals of the 2015 Copa America.
Full group draw:
Group A: USA, Colombia, Costa Rica, Paraguay
Group B: Brazil, Ecuador, Haiti, Peru
Group C: Mexico, Uruguay, Jamaica, Venezuela
Group D: Argentina, Chile, Panama, Bolivia