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Copa America Winners, Runners-up List

Copa America is an international football tournament which was previously known as “South American Football Championship”. CONMEBOL men’s national football teams participate in the competition. The first edition of championship was played in 1916 which was hosted by Argentina and won by Uruguay. Since then 44 editions of Copa America have been concluded and Uruguay is the most successful team which has won 15 titles.

Copa America Winners List.

Copa America Trophy

8 National Football teams have become champions of Copa America at least once. Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Paraguay and Colombia have won Copa America trophy over the years. Let’s have a look at the complete list of winners and runners up in Copa America till now.

Copa America Champions

Year Winner Runner-up Final Result Host
1916 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Argentina
1917 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Uruguay
1919 Brazil Uruguay Winner was decided via group stage only Brazil
1920 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Chile
1921 Argentina Brazil Winner was decided via group stage only Argentina
1922 Brazil Paraguay Winner was decided via group stage only Brazil
1923 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Uruguay
1924 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Uruguay
1925 Argentina Brazil Winner was decided via group stage only Argentina
1926 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Chile
1927 Argentina Uruguay Winner was decided via group stage only Peru
1929 Argentina Paraguay Winner was decided via group stage only Argentina
1935 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Peru
1937 Argentina Brazil Winner was decided via group stage only Argentina
1939 Peru Uruguay Winner was decided via group stage only Peru
1941 Argentina Uruguay Winner was decided via group stage only Chile
1942 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Uruguay
1945 Argentina Brazil Winner was decided via group stage only Chile
1946 Argentina Brazil Winner was decided via group stage only Argentina
1947 Argentina Paraguay Winner was decided via group stage only Ecuador
1949 Brazil Paraguay Winner was decided via group stage only Brazil
1953 Paraguay Brazil Winner was decided via group stage only Peru
1955 Argentina Chile Winner was decided via group stage only Chile
1956 Uruguay Chile Winner was decided via group stage only Uruguay
1957 Argentina Brazil Winner was decided via group stage only Peru
1959 Argentina Brazil Winner was decided via group stage only Argentina
1959 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Ecuador
1963 Bolivia Paraguay Winner was decided via group stage only Bolivia
1967 Uruguay Argentina Winner was decided via group stage only Uruguay
1975 Peru Colombia 1-0 (Final Playoff) Peru
1979 Paraguay Chile 3-1 (Won on aggregate goals) Paraguay
1983 Uruguay Brazil 3-1 (Won on aggregate goals) Uruguay
1987 Uruguay Chile 1-0 Argentina
1989 Brazil Uruguay Brazil won in round-robin contest Brazil
1991 Argentina Brazil Argentina won in round-robin contest Chile
1993 Argentina Mexico 2-1 Ecuador
1995 Uruguay Brazil 5-3 in penalties Uruguay
1997 Brazil Bolivia 3-1 Bolivia
1999 Brazil Uruguay 3-0 Paraguay
2001 Colombia Mexico 1-0 Colombia
2004 Brazil Argentina 4-2 in penalties Peru
2007 Brazil Argentina 3-0 Venezuela
2011 Uruguay Paraguay 3-0 Argentina
2015 Chile Argentina 4-1 in penalties Chile
2016 Chile Argentina 4-2 in penalties United States
2019 TBC TBC TBC Brazil

Countries with Number of Titles and Years

Country Number of Titles Year
Uruguay 15 1916, 1917, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1935, 1942, 1956, 1959, 1967, 1983, 1987, 1995, 2011
Argentina 14 1921, 1925, 1927, 1929, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1991, 1993
Brazil 8 1919, 1922, 1949, 1989, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2007
Paraguay 2 1953, 1979
Peru 2 1939, 1975
Chile 2 2015, 2016
Colombia 1 2001
Bolivia 1 1963

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