Copa América - Siegerliste: hier gibt es die Liste aller Sieger. Copa América» Siegerliste. Die Copa América – bis Campeonato Sudamericano de Fútbol – ist ein kontinentales Turnier für Fußball-Nationalmannschaften zur Ermittlung des Südamerikameisters im Fußball, das seit von der CONMEBOL ausgerichtet wird. Der Austragungsmodus.
Copa América » SiegerlisteCONMEBOL Copa América Argentina Colombia. Download the pdf · See the results from here. Copa América Argentina Colombia. Teams. Copa America Live-Ticker auf soft3rb.com bietet Livescore, Resultate, Copa America Ergebnisse und Spieldetails (Torschützen, rote Karten, ). Die Copa América ist die südamerikanische Kontinentalmeisterschaft im Fußball. Teilnehmer sind traditionell: Argentinien, Bolivien, Brasilien, Chile, Ecuador.
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Uruguay has the most championships in the tournament's history, with 15 cups, followed by Argentina with 14 cups; while the current champion, Brazil , has nine cups.
Argentina, which hosted the inaugural edition in , has hosted the tournament the most times nine.
On four occasions in , , and , the tournament was or will be held in multiple South American countries. By the early 20th century, football was growing in popularity, and the first international competition held among national teams of the continent occurred in when Argentina organized an event to commemorate the centenary of the May Revolution.
Similarly, for the centennial celebration of its independence, Argentina held a tournament between 2 and 17 July with Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Brazil being the first participants of the tournament.
The following year , the competition was played again, this time in Uruguay. Uruguay would win the title again to win their bicampeonato after defeating Argentina 1—0 in the last match of the tournament.
Argentina won the competition for the first time thanks to the goals of Julio Libonatti. In subsequent years, Uruguay would dominate the tournament, which at that time was the largest football tournament in the world.
Argentina, however, would not be far behind and disputed the supremacy with the Charruas. After losing the final at the Summer Olympics held in Amsterdam , Argentina would gain revenge in the South American Championship by defeating the Uruguayans in the last, decisive match.
During this period, both Bolivia and Peru debuted in the tournament in and , respectively. After the first World Cup held in Uruguay in , the enmity between the football federations of Uruguay and Argentina prevented the competition from being played for a number of years.
Only in was it possible to dispute a special edition of the event to be officially reinstated in Peru became the host nation of the edition and won the competition for the first time.
Ecuador made their debut at that tournament. In , Chile hosted that year's edition in celebration of the th anniversary of the founding of Santiago for which the capacity of the newly built Estadio Nacional was expanded from 30, to 70, spectators.
Despite the large investment and initial success of the team, the Chileans would be defeated in the last match by eventual champions Argentina. Uruguay hosted and won the edition.
Chile would host again in , and came close to playing for the title against Argentina. However, Brazil spoiled that possibility, and Argentina would win the tournament once again on Chilean soil.
The event then entered a period of great disruption. For example, Argentina would be the first and so far only team to win three consecutive titles by winning the championships of , and After those three annual tournaments, the competition returned to being held every two years, then three and later four.
There were even two tournaments held in , one in Argentina and a second in Ecuador. During this period, some of the national teams were indifferent to the tournament.
Some did not participate every year, others sent lesser teams; in the edition held in Ecuador, Brazil entered a team from the state of Pernambuco.
Attendance: 19, . Referee: Diego Haro Peru. Attendance: 22, . Referee: Alexis Herrera Venezuela. Attendance: 35, .
Referee: Wilton Sampaio Brazil. Attendance: 41, . Attendance: 13, . Attendance: 13, . Referee: Anderson Daronco Brazil.
Attendance: 23, . Attendance: 39, . Attendance: 14, . Referee: Patricio Loustau Argentina. Attendance: 57, . Referee: Raphael Claus Brazil.
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Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 5 April Peru Brazil. Bolivia Venezuela. Argentina Colombia. Paraguay Qatar. Colombia Qatar.
Argentina Paraguay. Qatar Argentina. Colombia Paraguay. Uruguay Ecuador. Japan Chile. Uruguay Japan. For the edition, Australia and Qatar were invited.
It is Qatar's second involvement, having previously played in the edition, and it is Australia's competition debut.
While no invitee has ever won the Copa America, Mexico have been beaten finalists on two occasions and and finished third on three occasions , and