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Copa América fans: is your family a house divided? Share your soccer drama with us

<span>Yeshuda Xavier, left, a fan of Argentina’s team and his son Jomon, a fan of Brazil’s team, celebrate outside their home in Pathanamthitta, Kerala, India, on 11 July 2021, after the Copa América tournament.</span><span>Photograph: AFP via Getty Images</span>
Yeshuda Xavier, left, a fan of Argentina’s team and his son Jomon, a fan of Brazil’s team, celebrate outside their home in Pathanamthitta, Kerala, India, on 11 July 2021, after the Copa América tournament.Photograph: AFP via Getty Images

Copa América 2024 begins on 20 June and this year the soccer tournament – featuring men’s national teams from South America, North and Central America and the Caribbean – is being hosted in the United States.

The US is home to people of mixed backgrounds and nationalities. And some fans watching the Copa this year have families with connections to different countries in the Americas – countries who may go head to head in hotly contested matches.

Related: US-based soccer fans: what team are you rooting for at this year’s Copa América?

If you come from a “house divided”, with allegiances to multiple teams playing in the Copa América, we would love to hear from you about your family’s Copa drama this year, or the history of your family’s soccer rivalry.

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