Copa América


Introduction to the Copa América Archive of Martín Tabeira.


Palmares

Ed Year     Venue          Winners       Second        Third
 
 1 1916 (1) 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 (2) Peru           Uruguay       Argentina     Peru
14 1937     Argentina      Argentina     Brazil        Paraguay
15 1939     Peru           Peru          Uruguay       Pataguay
16 1941 (2) Chile          Argentina     Uruguay       Chile
17 1942     Uruguay        Uruguay       Argentina     Brazil
18 1945 (2) Chile          Argentina     Brazil        Chile
19 1946 (2) 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 (2) Uruguay        Uruguay       Chile         Argentina
25 1957     Peru           Argentina     Brazil        Uruguay
26 1959     Argentina      Argentina     Brazil        Paraguay
27 1959 (2) Ecuador        Uruguay       Argentina     Brazil
28 1963     Bolivia        Bolivia       Paraguay      Argentina
29 1967     Uruguay        Uruguay       Argentina     Chile
30 1975 (3)                Peru          Colombia      Brazil
31 1979 (3)                Paraguay      Chile         Brazil
32 1983 (3)                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
43 2011     Argentina      Uruguay       Paraguay      Peru
44 2015     Chile          Chile         Argentina     Peru
45 2016     United States  Chile         Argentina     Colombia
46 2019     Brazil         Brazil        Peru          Argentina

Notes

(1) The Copa América is not included in the first South American Championship because it was held
    for the first time in 1917.
(2) In these South American tournaments, labelled "Extra" , the Copa América was not played.
(3) There were no fixed venues in this tournaments; the participants played as home and visiting 
    teams in each country.


Introduction to the Copa América Archive of Martín Tabeira.


List of Winners

15 Uruguay

14 Argentina

 9 Brazil

 2 Chile
   Paraguay
   Peru

 1 Bolivia
   Colombia


List of Topscorers

1916 Isabelino Gradín (Uruguay)             3
1917 Angel Romano (Uruguay)                 4
1919 Manoel Neco (Brazil)                   4
     Arthur Friedenreich (Brazil)           4
1920 Angel Romano (Uruguay)                 3
     José Pérez (Uruguay)                   3
1921 Julio Libonatti (Argentina)            3
1922 Juan Francia (Argentina)               4
1923 Pedro Petrone (Uruguay)                3
     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)        7
     José Manuel Moreno (Argentina)         7
1945 Norberto Méndez (Argentina)            6
     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)           9
     Javier Ambrois (Uruguay)               9
1959 "Pelé" Edson Arantes do Nasc. (Brazil) 8
1959 José Francisco Sanfilippo (Argentina)  5
1963 Carlos Raffo (Ecuador)                 6
1967 Luis Artime (Argentina)                5
1975 Leopoldo Luque (Argentina)             4
     Ernesto Díaz (Colombia)                4
1979 Jorge Peredo (Chile)                   4
     Eugenio Morel (Paraguay)               4
1983 Carlos Aguilera (Uruguay)              3
     Jorge Burruchaga (Argentina)           3
     Eduardo Malásquez (Peru)               3
     Roberto Dinamite (Brazil)              3
1987 Arnoldo Iguarán (Colombia)             4
1989 "Bebeto" José Roberto Gama (Brazil)    6
1991 Gabriel Omar Batistuta (Argentina)     6
1993 José Luis Dolgetta (Venezuela)         4
1995 Gabriel Omar Batistuta (Argentina)     4
     Luis García (Mexico)                   4
1997 Luis Hernández (Mexico)                6
1999 Rivaldo Vítor Borba Ferreira (Brazil)  5
     Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima (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
2015 Eduardo Vargas (Chile)                 4
     Paolo Guerrero (Peru)                  4
2016 Eduardo Vargas (Chile)                 6
2019 Paolo Guerrero (Peru)                  3
     Everton Sousa Soares (Brazil)          3


All-Time Topscorers

Norberto "Tucho" Méndez (Argentina)        17
Thomaz Soares da Silva "Zizinho" (Brazil)  17
Teodoro "Lolo" Fernández (Peru)            15
Severino Varela (Uruguay)                  15
Paolo Guerrero (Peru)                      14
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
Eduardo Vargas (Chile)                     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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