As the Euros and Copa America reach their conclusions, the summer of international soccer continues with the Gold Cup beginning on Saturday. Mexico begins its quest to repeat as champion, taking on (…)
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Brazil has been red-hot in World Cup Qualifying, boasts talent at practically every position, and is returning home this summer to defend its continental crown. Things might be good right now, but the (…)
Chile wasted zero time in taking the top spot in Group C at the 2019 Copa America. Eduardo Vargas scored a brace propelling the Chileans to a 4-0 opening win over Japan on Monday evening. Erick Pulgar scored (…)
Three of Sunday’s four teams in action at the 2019 Copa America picked up points to begin their group stage play. Uruguay picked up a full three points with a 4-0 thumping of Ecuador in Belo Horizonte. Three (…)
Argentina and Colombia were announced as hosts for the 2020 Copa America, which will feature a new format. The 10 CONMEBOL have been divided into two groups of six, with the sixth spot in each group left (…)
CONMEBOL is preparing to play the 2020 Copa America in South America, instead of participating in a tournament similar to the Copa America Centenario in North America. Despite interest from the U.S. Soccer (…)
The draw for the 2019 Copa America was held on Thursday evening at Rio de Janeiro, and tournament host Brazil got a manageable group that includes Peru, Venezuela, and Bolivia.
Copa America will have 16 teams in the tournament for 2019 in Brazil.
CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani says that talks are “beyond preliminary” over another joint Copa America.
The Copa America Centenario in the U.S. was billed as a one-time event. It looks like bosses from CONMEBOL and CONCACAF want it to continue.