All eyes will be on Silicon Valley come June 3, when Copa America makes its debut appearance outside of South America for the first time in 100 years. Big names on the pitch will include Lionel Messi, Tim Howard, James Rodriquez and all those dudes from Brazil.

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Copa America is the oldest continental soccer competition in the world, celebrating its centennial celebration this year. Sixteen of the world’s best national soccer teams, all hailing from the Americas, will compete in 10 different U.S cities in 32 matches from June 3-26.

Levi’s Stadium was chosen as one of the host stadiums, and the first game of the tournament will kick off June 3 in Santa Clara when the U.S. takes on Colombia. Other matches taking place at Levi’s include Argentina vs. Chile, Uruguay vs. Jamaica and the quarterfinals.

Earthquakes President Dave Kaval said the club, which has partnered with the San Francisco 49ers on the event, is proud to help host “another historic event” in July, when the MLS All-Star Game will be held at Avaya Stadium. The league’s best will face off against Arsenal from the English Premier League.

49ers chief operating officer AL Guido said called the games “a great win for the entire Bay Area.”