Copa América 1916-2011


Historical Records

List of Winners

All-Time Table

Goalscorings

Top Scorers

Trivia (link to separate file)

About this document


Introduction to the Copa América Archive of Martín Tabeira.


Historical Records

Year

Venue

Champion

Second

Third

1 (*)

1916

Argentina

Uruguay

Argentina

Brazil

2

1917

Uruguay

Uruguay

Argentina

Brazil

3

1919

Brazil

Brazil

Uruguay

Argentina

4

1920

Chile

Uruguay

Argentina

Brazil

5

1921

Argentina

Argentina

Brazil

Uruguay

6

1922

Brazil

Brazil

Paraguay

Uruguay

7

1923

Uruguay

Uruguay

Argentina

Paraguay

8

1924

Uruguay

Uruguay

Argentina

Paraguay

9

1925

Argentina

Argentina

Brazil

Paraguay

10

1926

Chile

Uruguay

Argentina

Chile

11

1927

Peru

Argentina

Uruguay

Peru

12

1929

Argentina

Argentina

Paraguay

Uruguay

13 (**)

1935

Peru

Uruguay

Argentina

Peru

14

1937

Argentina

Argentina

Brazil

Paraguay

15

1939

Peru

Peru

Uruguay

Pataguay

16 (**)

1941

Chile

Argentina

Uruguay

Chile

17

1942

Uruguay

Uruguay

Argentina

Brazil

18 (**)

1945

Chile

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

19 (**)

1946

Argentina

Argentina

Brazil

Paraguay

20

1947

Ecuador

Argentina

Paraguay

Uruguay

21

1949

Brazil

Brazil

Paraguay

Peru

22

1953

Peru

Paraguay

Brazil

Uruguay

23

1955

Chile

Argentina

Chile

Peru

24 (**)

1956

Uruguay

Uruguay

Chile

Argentina

25

1957

Peru

Argentina

Brazil

Uruguay

26

1959

Argentina

Argentina

Brazil

Paraguay

27 (**)

1959

Ecuador

Uruguay

Argentina

Brazil

28

1963

Bolivia

Bolivia

Paraguay

Argentina

29

1967

Uruguay

Uruguay

Argentina

Chile

30 (***)

1975

-

Peru

Colombia

Brazil

31 (***)

1979

-

Paraguay

Chile

Brazil

32 (***)

1983

-

Uruguay

Brazil

Paraguay

33

1987

Argentina

Uruguay

Chile

Colombia

34

1989

Brazil

Brazil

Uruguay

Argentina

35

1991

Chile

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

36

1993

Ecuador

Argentina

Mexico

Colombia

37

1995

Uruguay

Uruguay

Brazil

Colombia

38

1997

Bolivia

Brazil

Bolivia

Mexico

39

1999

Paraguay

Brazil

Uruguay

Mexico

40

2001

Colombia

Colombia

Mexico

Honduras

41

2004

Peru

Brazil

Argentina

Uruguay

42

2007

Venezuela

Brazil

Argentina

Mexico

42

2011

Argentina

Uruguay

Paraguay

Peru


Introduction to the Copa América Archive of Martín Tabeira.


(*) The Copa América is not included in the first South American Championship because it was held for the first time in 1917.

(**) In these South American tournaments, labelled "Extra" , the Copa América was not played.

(***) There were no fixed venues in this tournaments; the participants played as home and visiting teams in each country.

All results of the tournaments are reached by clicking on the year.


List of Winners

Uruguay

15

Argentina

14

Brazil

8

Paraguay

2

Peru

2

Bolivia

1

Colombia

1

Total

43


Goalscorings

Year

Striker

Goals

1916

Isabelino Gradín (Uruguay)

3

1917

Angel Romano (Uruguay)

4

1919

Manoel Neco (Brazil)-Arthur Friedenreich (Brazil)

4

1920

Angel Romano (Uruguay)-José Pérez (Uruguay)

3

1921

Julio Libonatti (Argentina)

3

1922

Juan Francia (Argentina)

4

1923

Pedro Petrone (Uruguay)-Valdino Aguirre (Argentina)

3

1924

Pedro Petrone (Uruguay)

4

1925

Manuel Seoane (Argentina)

6

1926

David Arellano (Chile)

7

1927

Roberto Figueroa (Uruguay)

4

1929

Aurelio González (Paraguay)

5

1935

Herminio Masantonio (Argentina)

4

1937

Raúl Toro (Chile)

7

1939

Teodoro "Lolo" Fernández (Peru)

7

1941

Juan Marvezzi (Argentina)

5

1942

Herminio Masantonio (Argentina)-José Manuel Moreno (Argentina)

7

1945

Norberto Méndez (Argentina)-Heleno de Freitas (Brazil)

6

1946

José María Medina (Uruguay)

7

1947

Nicolás Falero (Uruguay)

7

1949

Jair Rosa Pinto (Brazil)

9

1953

Francisco Molina (Chile)

8

1955

Rodolfo Micheli (Argentina)

8

1956

Enrique Hormazábal (Chile)

4

1957

Humberto Maschio (Argentina)-Javier Ambrois (Uruguay)

9

1959

Pelé (Brazil)

8

1959

José Francisco Sanfilippo (Argentina)

5

1963

Carlos Raffo (Ecuador)

6

1967

Luis Artime (Argentina)

5

1975

Leopoldo Luque (Argentina)-Ernesto Díaz (Colombia)

4

1979

Jorge Peredo (Chile)-Eugenio Morel (Paraguay)

4

1983

Carlos Aguilera (Uruguay)-Jorge Burruchaga (Argentina)-Eduardo Malásquez (Peru)-Roberto Dinamite (Brazil)

3

1987

Arnoldo Iguarán (Colombia)

4

1989

Bebeto (Brazil)

6

1991

Gabriel Omar Batistuta (Argentina)

6

1993

José Luis Dolgetta (Venezuela)

4

1995

Gabriel Omar Batistuta (Argentina)-Luis García (Mexico)

4

1997

Luis Hernández (Mexico)

6

1999

Rivaldo (Brazil)-Ronaldo (Brazil)

5

2001

Víctor Hugo Aristizábal (Colombia)

6

2004

Adriano Leite Ribeiro (Brazil)

7

2007

Robinho Robson de Souza (Brazil)

6

2011

Paolo Guerrero (Peru)

5

 

Top Scorers (up to 2001)

Strikers

Goals

Norberto "Tucho" Méndez (Argentina)

17

Thomaz Soares da Silva "Zizinho" (Brazil)

17

Teodoro "Lolo" Fernández (Peru)

15

Severino Varela (Uruguay)

15

Ademir Marques de Menezes (Brazil)

13

Gabriel Omar Batistuta (Argentina)

13

Jair Rosa Pinto (Brazil)

13

José Manuel Moreno (Argentina)

13

Héctor Scarone (Uruguay)

13

Roberto Porta (Uruguay)

12

Angel Romano (Uruguay)

12

Herminio Masantonio (Argentina)

11

Víctor Agustín Ugarte (Bolivia)

11

Javier Ambrois (Uruguay)

10

Héctor "Manco" Castro (Uruguay)

10

Waldir Pereira "Didí" (Brazil)

10

Oscar Gómez Sánchez (Peru)

10

Enrique Hormazábal (Chile)

10

Arnoldo Iguarán (Colombia)

10

Angel Amadeo Labruna (Argentina)

10

Pedro Petrone (Uruguay)

10

Ronaldo Luis Nazário de Lima (Brazil)

10


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Thanks to Roberto Di Maggio

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Authors: Roberto Mamrud and Karel Stokkermans
Last updated: 14 Mar 2013

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