Copa America – All records you need to know

Copa America - All records you need to know
Copa America - All records you need to know

Here is some history facts you need to know about Copa America

Copa America 2021 will start from 13th June. On the other side, UEFA Euro will be held from 11th June. Below are some records and stats you need to know.

AFA (Argentina national football team) held the first Copa America in 1916. Uruguay became the first ever team to lift the tournament trophy.

Copa America History

  • Most Titles – Uruguay (15 Titles)
  • All-Time Top Scorer – Norberto Méndez & Zizinho (17 Goals))
  • Record Scoreboard – AFA 12:0 Ecuador (1942)
  • Dirtiest Match – Mexico vs Uruguay (3 Reds, 1 Double Yellow, 7 Yellows)
  • Coaches With Most Games – Guillermo Stábile (44)
  • Most Tournament Appearances – Uruguay (44)
  • Highest Appearances In A Copa América Final – AFA (28)
  • Most Appearances In Copa América Semi-Final – AFA (35)
  • Highest Wins – AFA (120)
  • Most Matches Played – Uruguay (200)
  • Highest Goals Conceded – Ecuador (311)
  • Highest Average Of Goals Scored Per Match – 2.41 (AFA)
  • Most Goals Scored In A Single Tournament – Jair, Maschio & Javier Ambrois (9)
  • Most Goals Scored In A Single Match By A Player – Scarone, Marvezzi & Evaristo (5)
  • Fastest Goal Scored – Kily Gonzalez (Within 68 Seconds)
  • Most Overall “Matches Played” – Sergio Livingstone “34”
  • Most Titles By A Player – Angel Romano (6)
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Copa America 2021
YearHostWinnerRunner-up
2019BrazilBrazilPeru
2016USAChileArgentina
2015ChileChileArgentina
2011ArgentinaUruguayParaguay
2007VenezuekaBrazilArgentina
2004PeruBrazilArgentina
2001ColombiaColombiaMexico
1999ParaguayBrazilUruguay
1997BoliviaBrazilBolivia
1995UruguayUruguayBrazil
1993EcuadorArgentinaMexico
1991ChileArgentinaBrazil
1989BrazilBrazilUruguay
1987ArgentinaUruguayChile
1983UruguayBrazil
1979ParaguayChile
1975PeruColombia
1967UruguayUruguayArgentina
1963BoliviaBoliviaParaguay
1959EcuadorUruguayBrazil
1959ArgentinaArgentinaArgentina
1957PeruArgentinaBrazil
1956UruguayUruguayChile
1955ChileArgentinaChile
1953PeruArgentinaBrazil
1949BrazilBrazilParaguay
1947EcuadorArgentinaParaguay
1946ArgentinaArgentinaBrazil
1945ChileArgentinaBrazil
1942UruguayUruguayArgentina
1941ChileArgentinaUruguay
1939PeruPeruUruguay
1937ArgentinaArgentinaBrazil
1935PeruUruguayArgentina
1929ArgentinaArgentinaParaguay
1927PeruArgentinaUruguay
1926ChileUruguayArgentina
1925ArgentinaArgentinaBrazil
1924UruguayUruguayArgentina
1923UruguayUruguayArgentina
1922BrazilBrazilParaguay
1921ArgentinaArgentinaBrazil
1920ChileUruguayArgentina
1919BrazilBrazilUruguay
1917UruguayUruguayArgentina
1916ArgentinaUruguayArgentina

Between 1975 and 1983, the tournament was played with no fixed host. There is no error in 1959, there were two tournaments held in that year.

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Brazil won the 2019 Copa America and the runners-up were Peru. Everton and Paulo Guerrero were the to scorers with 3 goals each.

Dani Alaves became the ‘Player Of The Tournament’ and Alisson was given the ‘Goalkeeper Of The Tournament’.

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