composed by two (2) representatives from CONMEBOL, two (2) representatives

from CONCACAF, and one (1) representative from the Hosting Association.

2. The Organizing Committee shall, amongst other matters, be responsible for:

a. Supervising general preparations while taking other tournaments, as well

as all sporting, geographic and economic factors into consideration;

b. Approving the match schedule and kick-off times for the Competition;

c. Approving the appointments of the match coordinators, technical study

groups, referee assessors, disciplinary committee members and other

delegates as applicable and necessary;

d. Acknowledging which matches will be subject to doping tests and which

laboratories will carry out the doping analyses as approved by the

Medical Committee;

e. Informing the Copa America Centenario Disciplinary Committee of any

breaches of the applicable doping regulations;

f. Replacing Member Associations that have withdrawn from the


g. Settling cases of force majeure;

h. Dealing with any aspects of the Competition that are not the

responsibility of any other body under the terms of these Regulations or

other guiding documents.



1. The Organizing Committee has appointed the U.S. Soccer Federation

(Hereinafter: the Hosting Association) as the host of the Competition.

2. The Hosting Association is responsible for hosting the Competition. It may

establish relations and conclude contracts with various entities in order to

deliver the Competition. The Hosting Association remains fully responsible for

the delivery of the Competition, notwithstanding any such established relations

and/or concluded contracts.

3. The Hosting Association and any and all established relations and/or concluded

contracts shall be subject to the control of the Organizing Committee in terms


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