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Copa América Wins by Country 2024

The Copa America is one of the largest soccer tournaments in the world. It is an international soccer competition that has been held regularly since 1916. It is contested by the men's soccer teams that are members of the CONMEBOL, which is the South American Federation of Soccer. Some of the biggest countries in this organization include Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Bolivia.

From time to time, the Copa America will also welcome soccer teams from North America. This includes countries such as the United States, Canada, and Mexico. In general, South America has a stronger soccer pedigree than North America, so the North American teams do not necessarily do as well in the Copa America.

How Is the Copa America Format Decided?

The Copa America is similar to many other international soccer competitions. The first stage is a group stage. For example, countries will be divided into several groups, and they will play the other countries in their groups once. Then, the countries that win the group are advanced to the knockout stage. The knockout stage is typically a single-elimination format.

All of the soccer matches are 90 minutes long. In the group stage, it is possible for a match to end in a draw. Once the tournament gets to the elimination rounds, the matches cannot end in a draw. If the teams are tied after 90 minutes, a total of 30 minutes of extra time will be played. Then, if the teams are still tied, a penalty shootout takes place to decide who goes on.

Which Team Has the Most Copa America Championship Trophies?

The teams with the most titles are Argentina and Uruguay. Argentina and Uruguay have each won the tournament a total of 15 times each. Brazil has also had a lot of success in the tournament, winning a total of 9 titles. Paraguay, Peru, and Chile have both won the tournament twice. There are several other countries that have also won the tournament once. The most recent country to win the tournament was Argentina, which defeated Brazil in the final in 2021. In 2019, Brazil won the tournament with a score of 3 to 1, beating Peru in the final. The last back-to-back winner was Chile, which won the tournament in 2015 and 2016.

When Will the Copa America Take Place Next

Given that the last Copa America event took place in 2021, the next tournament will probably take place in 2023. It can be difficult to schedule this event on the calendar because it needs to work around all of the other soccer schedules. Many of the players who participate in the event are also on professional club teams all over the world. The calendar also has to fit with other major international tournaments, such as the World Cup. It is always one of the most exciting soccer tournaments in the world, so it will be interesting to see when the next Copa America takes place.

  • The Copa América is the main men's football tournament among national teams from the South American Football Confederation.
  • The 2021 Copa América marked the 47th playing of the tournament since its launch in 1916, including twice in 1959 (once in Mar-Apr and again in Dec).
  • The 48th Copa América is scheduled to take place from June 20 to July 14, 2024 in the United States. This marks only the second time in the tournament's history that it has been hosted by a country outside of South America.
  • In order to create a proper 12-team field, two additional teams are invited each tournament: Mexico (10 times), Costa Rica (5), United States (4), Jamaica (2), Japan (2), Haiti (1), Honduras (1), Panama (1), and Qatar (1). No invitee has ever won the Copa América, though Mexico has placed 2nd twice and 3rd three times.

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Country
# of Wins
Years Won
Argentina151921, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1955, 1957, 1959a, 1991, 1993, 2021
Uruguay151916, 1917, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1935, 1942, 1956, 1959b, 1967, 1983, 1987, 1995, 2011
Brazil91919, 1922, 1949, 1989, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2007, 2019
Peru21939, 1975
Chile22015, 2016
Paraguay21953, 1979
Bolivia11963

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Year
Winners
Runners-Up
11916UruguayArgentina
21917UruguayArgentina
31919BrazilUruguay
41920UruguayArgentina
51921ArgentinaBrazil
61922BrazilParaguay
71923UruguayArgentina
81924UruguayArgentina
91925ArgentinaBrazil
101926UruguayArgentina
111927ArgentinaUruguay
121929ArgentinaParaguay
131935UruguayArgentina
141937ArgentinaBrazil
151939PeruUruguay
161941ArgentinaUruguay
171942UruguayArgentina
181945ArgentinaBrazil
191946ArgentinaBrazil
201947ArgentinaParaguay
211949BrazilParaguay
221953ParaguayBrazil
231955ArgentinaChile
241956UruguayChile
251957ArgentinaBrazil
261959ArgentinaBrazil
271959UruguayArgentina
281963BoliviaParaguay
291967UruguayArgentina
301975PeruColombia
311979ParaguayChile
321983UruguayBrazil
331987UruguayChile
341989BrazilUruguay
351991ArgentinaBrazil
361993ArgentinaMexico
371995UruguayBrazil
381997BrazilBolivia
391999BrazilUruguay
402001ColombiaMexico
412004BrazilArgentina
422007BrazilArgentina
432011UruguayParaguay
442015ChileArgentina
452016ChileArgentina
462019BrazilPeru
472021ArgentinaBrazil
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Copa América Wins by Country 2024

How many countries have won the Copa America?

Eight different countries have won Copa America, but Argentina and Uruguay are tied for having the most number of titles. Both of these countries have won 15 times.

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