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Copa América

Copa América

* Copa America 2020 is now officially Copa America 2021. The competition has been suspended until June 11-July 11, 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
E. CavaniUruguay 2 0
Philippe CoutinhoBrazil 2 1
D. MachísVenezuela 2 0
K. MiyoshiJapan 2 0
A. SánchezChile 2 0
ÉvertonBrazil 2 0
L. SuárezUruguay 2 1
E. VargasChile 2 0
D. ZapataColombia 2 0
Almoez AliQatar 1 0
S. AgüeroArgentina 1 0
Dani AlvesBrazil 1 0
Roberto FirminoBrazil 1 0
WillianBrazil 1 0
O. CardozoParaguay 1 1

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About Copa América

CONMEBOL’s Copa América is the oldest national team tournament in the world. The first edition was held back in 2016, cementing its reputation as one of the most competitive tournaments out there.

The format of this competition has changed throughout the years. The first edition was played by four teams, but the centennial edition in 2016 had 16 teams participating. The competition also changed its periodicity, since it was held once every two years. Since the 2020 edition (later rescheduled to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic) which followed the 2019 event, CONMEBOL scheduled subsequent Copa América tournaments to be hosted with three to four years between them.

A total of 12 teams participate in this tournament, 10 of which are CONMEBOL nations while the other two are invitees from other confederations – the likes of Mexico, USA, Japan, Costa Rica, and Qatar have all made appearances over the years. The contestants are split into three groups of four for a single round-robin format. The group winners and runners-up progress to the knockout stage and they are joined by the two best third-placed nations. The quarter-finals, semi-finals, third-place playoff, and final are all one-off matches.

Copa América ranks as one of the most popular and most prestigious international competitions, and for obvious reasons. South America is home to some of the biggest national teams in world football, namely Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. Additionally, some of the most iconic names from the beautiful game have graced this tournament, with fans and the media subsequently flocking to follow the CONMEBOL event.

The likes of Diego Maradona, Ronaldo, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho, Cafu, Gabriel Batistuta, Lionel Messi, Diego Forlan, and Luis Suarez have all entertained supporters in this continental competition. As a result, it is no surprise that the Copa América racks in impressive viewership, with millions turning to licensed TV broadcasters, live streaming options, and on-demand services to catch some of the best players in world football live in action.

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