Football data for COPA AMERICA 2019

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  • What is Copa America

    Copa America is one of the oldest competitions in the world, and it is one of the main ones which occurs in America. Since 1993, in Copa America are participating 10 teams from CONMEBOL and two guest national teams from another confederation, being Qatar and Japan for this edition. This year, Brazil was selected to hold the competition where all the four groups will compete to win the cup! When will it take place? From the 14th of June to the 7th of July 2019.

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Argentina


Argentina is the second top team of the competition, with 14 titles won and 14-second places reached. It is unusual to find it in other positions; in fact, it only reached third place four times and the fourth one twice. It is the country that has hosted the first edition of Copa America back in 1916. In its palmerés, we can also find 2 World Cup titles and some Olympics victories. It is known primarily for its worldwide famous football players (Lionel Messi, Diego Maradona, and Alfredo Di Stéfano to name some) and the two leading rival football teams River Plate and Boca Juniors.

Host 9 1916 - 1921 - 1925 - 1929 - 1937 - 1946 - 1959 - 1987 - 2011
Winners 14 1921 - 1925 - 1927 - 1929 - 1937 - 1941 - 1945 - 1946 - 1947 - 1955 - 1957 - 1959 - 1991 - 1993
Second 14 1916 - 1917 - 1920 - 1923 - 1924 - 1926 - 1935 - 1942 - 1959 - 1967 - 2004 - 2007 - 2015 - 2016
Thrid 4 1919 - 1956 - 1963 - 1989
Fourth 2 1922 - 1987

Bolivia


Bolivia has hosted the competition twice, and it won it only once in 1963, the other award it can show off is the one of Under-17 South America in 1986. Known as “La Verde” (the Green one) it has Victor Augustiín Ugarte, and Erwin Romero as most renowned players and its main teams are Oriente Petrolero and Bolivar.

Host 2 1963 - 1997
Winners 1 1963
Second 1 1997
Thrid 0
Fourth 2 1927 - 1949

Brazil


Brazil is considered the most relevant country within the football world history. Indeed, football history is written by Brazilian football players, to name a few: Pelé, Garrincha, Tostao, Zagallo, Zico, Ronaldo, Romario, Ronaldinho, and Neymar. Its presence is therefore powerful in Copa America; it hosted the competition five times, won it 8 and reached second place 11 times. This together while winning 5 World Cups and 4 Confederations Cups.

Host 5 1919 - 1922 - 1949 - 1989 - 2019
Winners 8 1919 - 1922 - 1949 - 1989 - 1997 - 1999 - 2004 - 2007
Second 11 1921 - 1925 - 1937 - 1945 - 1946 - 1953 - 1957 - 1959 - 1983 - 1991 - 1995
Thrid 7 1916 - 1917 - 1920 - 1942 - 1959 - 1975 - 1979
Fourth 3 1923 - 1956 - 1963

Chile


Chile has won the competition twice, and it is the current Copa America champion with his last victory in 2016. It had also has been Winner of America in 1991 and Winner of South America in 2011. Chile is one of the CONMEBOL founders and one of the oldest football federations in the world. It is linked with ANFP (Asociación del Fútbol Profesional), ANFA (Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Amateur) and National Football Institute. Its main football teams are Colo Colo and Universidad de Chile.

Host 7 1920 - 1926 - 1941 - 1945 - 1955 - 1991 - 2015
Winners 2 2015 - 2016
Second 4 1955 - 1956 - 1979 - 1987
Thrid 5 1926 - 1941 - 1945 - 1967 - 1991
Fourth 10 1916 - 1917 - 1919 - 1920 - 1924 - 1935 - 1939 - 1947 - 1953 - 1999

Colombia


Colombia has won Copa America only once in 2001, the same year it has hosted it. In 2011 it also won the Under-20 World Cup. It is known as “La Tricolor” or “La Tri” (the Tricolours), because of its flag and its most renowned football players are James Rodríguez and Frank Fabra.

Host 1 2001
Winners 1 2001
Second 1 1975
Thrid 4 1987 - 1993 - 1995 - 2016
Fourth 2 1991 - 2004

Ecuador


Ecuador isn’t famous for its role in Copa America, it hosted the competition four times, but its better achievement has been a fourth place in 1959 and 1993. In its palmarés instead, we can find one Libertadores Cup and one South American Cup. Ecuador most famous players? Alex Aguinaga and Antonio Valencia.

Host 4 1947 - 1959 - 1993 - 2024
Winners 0
Second 0
Thrid 0
Fourth 2 1959 - 1993

Paraguay


Paraguay won the competition twice in 1953 and 1979, and it hosted it once in 1999. It often reached the final stages, 6 times as a runner-up, 7 times at the third place and 7 times at the fourth place. It also won the American Cup in 1953 and 1979, 3 Libertadores Cup and one Intercontinental Cup. The dutch Willian Paats introduced the first football in Asuncion. Moreover, in 1902 he founded the Olimpia team, one of the most famous in the country.

Host 1 1999
Winners 2 1953 - 1979
Second 6 1922 - 1929 - 1947 - 1949 -1963 - 2011
Thrid 7 1923 - 1924 - 1925 - 1939 - 1946 - 1959 - 1983
Fourth 7 1921 - 1926 - 1937 - 1942 - 1967 - 1989 - 2015

Peru


Six times host of the competition and two times winner of Copa America, Perù is the native country of Cristian Benavente, and it is considered to be the "country of the unforgettable football players."

Host 6 1927 - 1935 - 1939 - 1953 - 1957 - 2004
Winners 2 1939 - 1975
Second 0
Thrid 6 1927 - 1935 - 1949 - 1955 - 2011 - 2015
Fourth 7 1929 - 1941 - 1957 - 1959 - 1979 - 1983 - 1997

Uruguay


Uruguay is the country which won the most Copa America editions, 15 to be accurate! It also has 1 World Cup in his palmarés. In 1924 and 1928, Uruguay won the pre-Cup to the FIFA Worldcup. Most famous players? Diego Forlán and Edinson Cavani.

Host 7 1917 - 1923 - 1924 - 1942 - 1956 - 1967 - 1995
Winners 15 1916 - 1917 - 1920 - 1923 - 1924 - 1926 - 1935 - 1942 - 1956 - 1959 - 1967 - 1983 - 1987 - 1995 - 2011
Second 6 1919 - 1927 - 1939 - 1941 - 1989 - 1999
Thrid 8 1921 - 1922 - 1929 - 1937 - 1947 - 1953 - 1957 - 2004
Fourth 6 1945 - 1946 - 1955 - 1975 - 2001 - 2007

Venezuela


Venezuela hosted the competition in 2007, but never reached great results in it, except for 2011 when it arrived fourth. Its most famous players are Juan Arango and Salomón Rondón, and its main teams are Deportivo Táchira and Caracas F.C.

Host 1 2007
Winners 0
Second 0
Thrid 0
Fourth 1 2011

Japan


The COPA America in 1999 made history. Not because of the low number of entries that year. But because for the first time a non-American team was part of the competition. The participation in the competition was so low that Uruguay sent their youth team. The team from the land of the rising sun put up a valiant effort against Bolivia and Peru. However, they did not manage to claw themselves out of their group after being crushed by Paraguay - a country that has been a winner twice and a runner up 6 times all while having the home turf advantage as they were the hosts that year.

Host 0
Winners 0
Second 0
Thrid 0
Fourth 0

Qatar


Qatar is coming into the Copa America as the second international wirldcard alongside Japan who are reprising their position from 1999. That being said - Qatar is definately not the underdog in this tournament. As a summary: they scored a record 19 goals, provided the best goalkeeper, player and highest goalscorer of the Asian Cup 2019. That alongside crushing Japan in the final 3 - 1, a country who is competing in the Copa America as well, while conceeding in a single game! However, the question everyone is asking - will their momentum be enough to exit a very tricky group stage with Paraguay and Argentina and ride them to success?

Host 0
Winners 0
Second 0
Thrid 0
Fourth 0