Copa América 2024 rosters: Every MLS player to watch this summer


Forty MLS players and one MLS NEXT Pro player have made official rosters for Copa América 2024.

The tournament, held this summer across the United States, will be contested from June 20 to July 14. It features all 10 Conmebol nations, as well as six Concacaf qualifiers.

Twenty-one of 29 MLS clubs are represented at Copa América, led by Minnesota United FC and CF Montréal's four call-ups. Canada have the most representation with 14 MLS players.

Call-ups by club

Atlanta United

Austin FC

FC Cincinnati

Colorado Rapids

Columbus Crew

Houston Dynamo FC


Inter Miami CF

Minnesota United FC

CF Montréal

Nashville SC

New York Red Bulls

Orlando City SC

Philadelphia Union

Portland Timbers

Real Salt Lake

San Jose Earthquakes

Seattle Sounders FC

St. Louis CITY SC

Toronto FC

Vancouver Whitecaps FC

^ Plays for MLS NEXT Pro side New York Red Bulls II.

Call-ups by country


  • Lionel Messi (F, Inter Miami CF)


  • Ali Ahmed (M, Vancouver Whitecaps FC)
  • Moïse Bombito (D, Colorado Rapids)
  • Mathieu Choinière (M, CF Montréal)
  • Maxime Crépeau (GK, Portland Timbers)
  • Kyle Hiebert (D, St. Louis CITY SC)
  • Richie Laryea (D, Toronto FC)
  • Kamal Miller (D, Portland Timbers)
  • Tani Oluwaseyi (F, Minnesota United FC)
  • Jonathan Osorio (M, Toronto FC)
  • Samuel Piette (M, CF Montréal)
  • Jacen Russell-Rowe (F, Columbus Crew)
  • Jacob Shaffelburg (F, Nashville SC)
  • Dayne St. Clair (GK, Minnesota United FC)
  • Joel Waterman (D, CF Montréal)

Costa Rica

  • Alejandro Bran (M, Minnesota United FC)
  • Julio Cascante (D, Austin FC)
  • Ariel Lassiter (M, CF Montréal)


  • Carlos Gruezo (M, San Jose Earthquakes)


  • Jon Bell (D, Seattle Sounders FC)
  • Andre Blake (GK, Philadelphia Union)
  • Kevon Lambert (M, Real Salt Lake)
  • Damion Lowe (D, Philadelphia Union)


  • Coco Carrasquilla (M, Houston Dynamo FC)
  • Aníbal Godoy (M, Panama)
  • Carlos Harvey (M, Minnesota United FC)
  • Omar Valencia (D, New York Red Bulls II)


  • Carlos Coronel (GK, New York Red Bulls)
  • Andrés Cubas (M, Vancouver Whitecaps FC)
  • Matías Rojas (M, Inter Miami CF)


  • Luis Abram (D, Atlanta United)
  • Miguel Araujo (D, Portland Timbers)
  • Wilder Cartagena (M, Orlando City SC)
  • Pedro Gallese (GK, Orlando City SC)

United States

  • Sean Johnson (GK, Toronto FC)
  • Shaq Moore (D, Nashville SC)
  • Miles Robinson (D, FC Cincinnati)


  • Cristian Olivera (F, LAFC)
  • Luis Suárez (F, Inter Miami CF)


  • José Martínez (M, Philadelphia Union)
  • Dani Pereira (M, Austin FC)