Football - Copa America

Football's longest running international tournament, the Copa America began as the South American Championship before being re-named in 1975. It is contested on a biennial basis by the 10 South American nations who form CONMEBOL, plus two "guest" teams from the neighbouring CONCACAF federation of North/Central America and the Caribbean. In 2016 a special extended centenary event was held in the Usa, encompassing teams from across the Americas.

YEAR WINNERS RUNNERS-UP
1910 ARGENTINA Uruguay
1916 URUGUAY Argentina
1917 URUGUAY Argentina
1919
BRAZIL
Uruguay
1920 URUGUAY Argentina
1921
 ARGENTINA
Brazil
1922
BRAZIL
Paraguay
1923
URUGUAY
Argentina
1924
URUGUAY
Argentina
1925
ARGENTINA
Brazil
1926
URUGUAY
Argentina
1927
ARGENTINA
Uruguay
1929
ARGENTINA
Paraguay
1935
URUGUAY
Argentina
1937
ARGENTINA
Brazil
1939
PERU
Uruguay
1941
ARGENTINA
Uruguay
1942
URUGUAY
Argentina
1945
ARGENTINA
Brazil
1946
ARGENTINA
Brazil
1947
ARGENTINA
Paraguay
1949 BRAZIL Paraguay
1953
PARAGUAY
Brazil
1955
ARGENTINA
Chile
1956
URUGUAY
Chile
1957
ARGENTINA
Brazil
1959
ARGENTINA
Brazil
1959
URUGUAY
Argentina
1963
BOLIVIA
Paraguay
1967
URUGUAY
Argentina
1975
PERU
Colombia
1979
PARAGUAY
Chile
1983
URUGUAY
Brazil
1987
URUGUAY
Chile
1989
BRAZIL
Uruguay
1991
ARGENTINA
Brazil
1993
ARGENTINA
Mexico
1995
URUGUAY
Brazil
1997
BRAZIL
Bolivia
1999
BRAZIL
Uruguay
2001
COLOMBIA
Mexico
2004
BRAZIL
Argentina
2007
BRAZIL
Argentina
2011 URUGUAY Paraguay
2015 CHILE Argentina
2016 CHILE Argentina
2019 BRAZIL Peru

 

Finals at:  
Buenos Aires 1910, 16, 21, 25, 29, 37, 46, 59 (1), 79, 87, 2011
Montevideo 1917, 23, 24, 42, 56, 67, 95
Rio de Janeiro   1919, 22, 49, 89, 2019
Vina del Mar 1920
Santiago 1926, 41, 45, 55, 91, 2015
Lima 1927, 35, 39, 53, 57, 2004
Guayaquil   1947, 59 (2)
Cochabamba 1963
Caracas 1975, 2007
Quito 1993
La Paz 1997
Asuncion 1999
Bogota 2001
East Rutherford 2016

* The 1983 final was held over two legs (home and away)

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