The Copa America Centenario 2016 will have a little mix of everything.
There will be a historic touch, with this edition of the tournament being treated as an homage to the first tournament that was played 100 years ago. But that doesn't mean there won't be a touch of the modern.
The most obvious is that for the first time in its long history, the tournament will be played in a country that isn't in South America.
Although it was in doubt for a moment, the tournament was always confirmed by Fifa. The tournament has since had to deal with the problems former Conmebol president and ex-Concacaf president Jeffrey Webb have, with the former partners accused in different corruption cases.
Nevertheless, the Copa America 2016 will be played, beginning June 3 in the United States.
Let's review a few of the most important points about this year's great soccer event.
The tournament will be made up of the 10 national teams that make up Conmebol, plus Mexico, the United States, Copa Centroamericana champion Costa Rica, Caribbean Cup champion Jamaica, and Panama and Haiti won playoffs to qualify.
Argentina (seeded team)
June 3: United States vs. A2, Santa Clara, Calif.
June 4: A3 vs. A4, Orlando
June 7: United States vs. A3, Chicago
June 7: A2 vs. A4, Pasadena, Calif.
June 11: United States vs. A4, Philadelphia
June 11: A2 vs. A3, Houston
June 4: B3 vs. B4, Seattle
June 4: Brazil vs. B2, Pasadena, Calif.
June 8: Brazil vs. B3, Orlando
June 8: B2 vs. B4, Glendale, Ariz.
June 12: B2 vs. B3, East Rutherford, N.J.
June 12: Brazil vs. B4, Foxborough, Mass.
June 5: C3 vs. C4, Chicago
June 5: Mexico vs. C2, Glendale, Ariz.
June 9: Mexico vs. C3, Pasadena, Calif.
June 9: C2 vs. C4, Philadelphia
June 13: Mexico vs. C4, Houston
June 13: C2 vs. C3, Santa Clara, Calif.
June 6: D3 vs. D4, Orlando
June 6: Argentina vs. D2, Santa Clara, Calif.
10 de junio: D2 vs. D4, East Rutherford, N.J.
10 de junio: Argentina vs. D3, Chicago
14 de junio: D2 vs. D3, Philadelphia
14 de junio: Argentina vs. D4, Seattle