The Argentine national team will travel to the United States to prepare for the tournament

Scalonetta has the opportunity to defend the title he won in 2021 at the Copa America in Brazil just around the corner. For this reason, the Argentine national team will travel to the United States to work on initial preparations and some friendly matches before the big event in the northern part of the continent.

The journey of the group of footballers who will be under the leadership of Lionel Scaloni includes the peculiarity that they will do so on commercial flights and separately, instead of traveling to the North American territory by charter flight as usually happens in most cases.

In this case, the players from the world champion team will arrive separately and in stages, from Saturday to Monday.

From that day, the Argentine national team will begin training at the DRV Lockhart Stadium, where Lionel Messi and Inter Miami play as their home team. Right after that The national team will travel to Chicago to play the first friendly match against Ecuador on June 9.

The team’s agenda, led by Lionel Scaloni, indicates that after the match against “Trey” They will return to Fort Lauderdale to return to training before traveling to Washington to play the second friendly match scheduled for this tour, which will be against Guatemala. On Thursday the 14th of this month.

Once the match against the Guatemalan team is over, the Argentine national team will travel directly from the American capital to Atlanta for the duel against Canada, which will mark the holders' first appearance in the Copa America, on Thursday 20 at 9:00 p.m.

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After the first match, they will face Chile in New Jersey (June 25) and Peru in Miami (June 29).

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