The University of Phoenix Stadium, located in the warm suburb of Glendale, AZ, has become a true soccer destination in the recent years, hosting the Mexican National Team as well as the U.S. Men’s National Team in several friendly games and regional tournaments like the Gold Cup. Yet, this summer, the University of Phoenix Stadium will host its biggest soccer event ever when Copa America makes a stop a the home of the Cardinals. Here we give you directions to University of Phoenix Stadium as well as other useful information to plan your trip to the game.
The marquee South American tournament is a spectacle soccer fans will dread missing, but no worries; we got you covered. Above you will find out how to get to the stadium as well as how to buy cheap tickets to travel to the Phoenix area.
The action at the University of Phoenix Stadium begins on June 5 when Mexico makes its Copa America debut against Uruguay. Then on June 8, Ecuador takes the pitch in a derby versus Peru. Finally, the University of Phoenix will host the third place game June 25, one day before the final match at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
Whether you live in the Phoenix area, a nearby city like Tucson or Flagstaff, or further away, Wanderu can help you get to Glendale for the games. First, go to Wanderu.com to find the cheapest bus and train tickets to travel to Phoenix , then follow the directions to University of Phoenix Stadium below to find your way to the match.
Below you will find a complete guide on how to get to Phoenix by bus or train from anywhere in the U.S., and how to get to the University of Phoenix Stadium from the main transportation centers in the city. It’s time for soccer!