Security officials say 2,000 police have been assigned to Friday's opening match of the Copa America between host Argentina and Bolivia.

Ricardo Casal, security minister for the province of Buenos Aires, offered few other details about policing at the match.

The match is not considered high-risk, although it comes less than a week after rioting broke out at River Plate's Monumental Stadium in Buenos Aires following River's demotion to the second division for the first time in its 110-year history. About 2,500 police were on duty for that match.

The Copa America final on July 24 will be at Monumental Stadium.