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2016 Copa América Centenario draw: US to face Colombia in Levi's Stadium on June 3

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Things are kind of quiet for now before the 2016 NFL Combine kicks off, so here's a little non-49ers news out of Levi's Stadium. The 49ers two-year old stadium will play host to some serious soccer later this summer as the 2016 Copa América Centenario will have four matches at the stadium. The stadium will play host to three group matches, including one United States match, and then one of the quarterfinal matches.

On Sunday evening, the draw was held to determine the schedule. The United States drew Colombia, Costa Rica and Paraguay. The US will face Colombia in its first game, scheduled for June 3 at Levi's Stadium. The US will face Costa Rica on June 7 in Chicago at Soldier Field, and Paraguay on June 11 at Lincoln Financial Field.

Levi's Stadium will also play host to Argentina-Chile on June 6 and Uruguay-Jamaica on June 13. That will be followed by  quarterfinal match on June 18. The stadium will host the Group C winner vs. the Group D runner up. Group C includes Mexico, Uruguay, Jamaica, and Venezuela. Group D includes Argentina, Chile, Panama, and Bolivia.

This is the 100 year anniversary of the tournament, and tickets are pricey. You can purchase tickets here. Individual tickets for the US-Colombia match appear to either be sold out or not on sale yet. You can purchase a "Bay Area venue pass", which means tickets to all four games at Levi's Stadium. The cheapest option is $735 (plus fee) per ticket, so for a pair of tickets, it would cost $1,528 for four games. Enjoy!