2021 CONMEBOL Copa America Betting Tips

The 2021 Copa America will be the 47th edition of an international men's football championship organised by CONMEBOL or the South American Football Confederation. The tournament will take place in Colombia and Argentina from 11 June to 11 July 2021. 

The tournament was originally scheduled to take place in 2020 as the 2020 Copa America but was postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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2021 Copa America FAQ

When is the 2021 Copa America?

The 2021 Copa America takes place between 11 June to 11 July 2021.

Where is the 2021 Copa America being held?

The 2021 Copa America is being held in Colombia and Argentina. It will be the first time the Copa America will be hosted by more than one country since 1983 when it was played in a home-away basis and the first time in two countries.

Who has won the most Copa America titles?

Uruguay has won the most Copa America’s with 15 titles. Argentina are close behind having won the tournament 14 times with Brazil third on the list with nine Copa America titles.

When is the 2021 Copa America Final being played?

The 2021 Copa America Final is being played at 18:00 COT on 11 July 2021.

Where is the 2021 Copa America Final being played?

The 2021 Copa America Final is being played at Estadio Metropolitano in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Who won the 2019 Copa America?

Brazil won the 2019 Copa America after defeating Peru 3-1 at the Estádio do Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Everton opened the scoring for Brazil after 15 minutes with a Paolo Guerrero penalty drawing Peru level after 44 minutes. Gabriel Jesus scored a minute later with substitute Richarlison making it 3-1 in the 90th minute with a penalty.

2021 Copa America Live Streaming


There are a number of ways to live stream the Copa America depending on your country of residence. Many official broadcasters have platforms to enable you to live stream Copa America football matches.

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2021 Copa America Free Bets


Many online bookmakers will be offering free bets during the 2021 Copa America. Make sure to keep an eye out and visit Free Tips regularly throughout the tournament for all the latest offers.

2021 Copa America Bet of the Day


Free Tips will be offering our 2021 Copa America bet of the day during the tournament which could be a win or draw pick, handicap, total goals, first goalscorer or anytime goalscorer.

2021 Copa America Betting Odds


The 2021 Copa America betting odds includes outright markets such as 2021 Copa America Winner, North Group Winner and South Group Winner.

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Copa America Results


Keep up to date with all the results at the Copa America to make sure you stay one step ahead of the competition and put yourself in the best position to have a successful betting tournament. Teams playing at home have a huge advantage and make up a significant proportion of teams to win the Copa America.

Copa America Winners, Runners-Up and Host Nations


Chile won consecutive Copa America titles in 2015 and 2016, defeating Argentina in penalty shootouts on both occasions. Brazil are the defending champions having won the 2019 Copa America on home soil.

YearWinnersFinal Score
Runners-UpHost Nation/s
2024tbctbctbcEcuador
2021tbctbctbcArgentina & Colombia
2019Brazil3-1PeruBrazil
2016Chile0-0 (4-2p)ArgentinaUnited States
2015Chile0-0 (4-1p)ArgentinaUnited States
2011Uruguay3-0ParaguayArgentina
2007Brazil3-0ArgentinaVenezuela
2004Brazil2-2 (4-2p)ArgentinaPeru
2001Colombia1-0MexicoColombia
1999Brazil3-0UruguayParaguay
1997Brazil3-1BoliviaBolivia
1995Uruguay1-1 (5-3p)BrazilUruguay
1993Argentina2-1MexicoEcuador
1991ArgentinaRound RobinBrazilChile
1989BrazilRound RobinUruguayBrazil
1987Uruguay2-0 / 1-1ChileArgentina
1983Uruguay2-0 / 1-1BrazilVarious
1979Paraguay3-0 / 0-1ChileVarious
1975Peru0-1 / 2-1ColombiaVarious
1967UruguayGroup StageArgentinaUruguay
1963BoliviaGroup StageParaguayBolivia
1959UruguayGroup StageArgentinaEcuador
1959ArgentinaGroup StageBrazilArgentina
1957ArgentinaGroup StageBrazilPeru
1956UruguayGroup StageChileUruguay
1955ArgentinaGroup StageChileChile
1953Paraguay3-2BrazilPeru
1949Brazil7-0ParaguayBrazil
1947ArgentinaGroup StageParaguayEcuador
1946ArgentinaGroup StageBrazilArgentina
1945ArgenrinaGroup StageBrazilChile
1942UruguayGroup StageArgentinaUruguay
1941ArgentinaGroup StageUruguayChile
1939PeruGroup StageUruguayPeru
1937Argentina2-0BrazilArgentina
1935UruguayGroup StageArgentinaPeru
1929ArgentinaGroup StageParaguayArgentina
1927ArgentinaGroup StageUruguayPeru
1926UruguayGroup StageArgentinaChile
1925ArgentinaGroup StageBrazilArgentina
1924UruguayGroup StageArgentinaUruguay
1923UruguayGroup StageArgentinaUruguay
1922Brazil3-0ParaguayBrazil
1921ArgentinaGroup StageBrazilArgentina
1920UruguayGroup StageArgentinaChile
1919Brazil1-0 (aet)UruguayBrazil
1917UruguayGroup StageArgentinaUruguay
1916UruguayGroup StageArgentinaArgentina

What Cities & Stadiums will host matches at the 2021 Copa America?


The 2021 Copa America will take place in nine venues in nine cities, five in Argentina and four in Colombia. Colombia will host the North Zone group and Argentina host the South Zone group. Each country will host two quarter-finals and one semi-final. The third place match and final will be played in Colombia.

City
Country
Stadium
Capacity
Buenos AiresArgentinaEstadio Monumental70,074
CórdobaArgentinaEstadio Mario Alberto Kempes57,000
La PlataArgentinaEstadio Ciudad de La Plata53,000
MendozaArgentinaEstadio Malvinas Argentinas49,268
Santiago del EsteroArgentinaEstadio Único33,000
BarranquillaColombiaEstadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez60,000
MedellínColombiaAtanasio Girardot Sports Complex46,000
BogotáColombiaEstadio El Campín40,000
CaliColombiaEstadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero36,000

CONMEBOL Copa America Qualification


There is no qualifying for the Copa América. All ten CONMEBOL nations are invited to participate alongside invited nations from other associations.

2021 Copa America Teams & Squads


The 2021 Copa America will feature all ten CONMEBOL nations including Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.

2022 FIFA World Cup hosts Qatar accepted the invitation to participate alongside Australia. 

2021 Copa America Groups


The 2021 Copa America is split up into two groups, Group A (South Zone) and Group B (North Zone).

Group A (South Zone)


Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay are in Group A at the 2021 Copa America.

PositionTeam
A1 Argentina
A2 Australia
A3 Bolivia
A4 Uruguay
A5 Chile
A6 Paraguay

Group B (North Zone)


Colombia, Brazil, Qatar, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru are in Group B at the 2021 Copa America.

PositionTeam
B1 Colombia
B2 Brazil
B3 Qatar
B4 Venezuela
B5 Ecuador
B6 Peru

2021 Copa America Draw & Fixtures


The 2021 Copa America draw and fixtures were announced on 4 March 2020. The first match is scheduled to be Argentina vs Chile at the Estadio Monumental in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 1 June with the final scheduled to be played at 18:00 COT on 11 July 2021 at Estadio Metropolitano in Barranquilla, Colombia.

CONMEBOL Copa America Top 10 Goalscorers


Players from Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay dominate the individual goal scoring records at the CONMEBOL Copa America. Brazil’s Zizinho and Argentina’s Norberto Méndez share top spot with 17 goals scored.

Uruguay’s Severino Varela and Peru’s Lolo Fernández both scored 15 goals with Peru's Paolo Guerrero next best with 15 goals. Five players have registered 13 Copa America goals including Brazil’s Ademir and Jair, Argentina’s Gabriel Batistuta and Jose Manuel Moreno and Uruguay’s Héctor Scarone.

Two Uruguay players registered 12 goals in Roberto Porta and Ángel Romano alongside Chile's Eduardo Vargas. Two players have scored 11 goals at the Copa America including Bolivia’s Victor Ugarte and Argentina’s Herminio Masantonio.

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Brazil’s Zizinho and Argentina’s Norberto Méndez both scored 17 goals at the Copa America.

Copa America Highlights


Watch Copa America match highlights so you don't miss any of the action from the tournament. This will allow you to keep up to date with all the latest information including players that are in form, scoring goals and worthwhile following in the goalscorer betting markets. 

Copa America News


CONMEBOL's official website is a great place to start for all the latest news from the 2021 Copa America. 

Copa America Social Media


CONMEBOL have official twitter, facebook and youtube accounts you can follow using your social media platform of choice.

CONMEBOL Copa America History 


The Copa América began in Argentina in 1916 as the South American Football Championship, only four teams participated including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay. The tournament marked the founding of CONMEBOL which included the football associations of those four nations.

The remaining South American football associations joined in the following years, the last being Venezuela in 1952. The tournament was rebranded as the Copa América in 1975 and is the oldest international continental football competition.

Mexico has participated in every Copa América since 1993 when the tournament first featured 12 teams. Those teams compromised all 10 CONMEBOL nations and two teams from other confederations. 

The 2016 competition celebrated 100 years since the tournament’s inception. Called the Copa América Centenario, it featured 16 teams with the 10 CONMEBOL nations joined by Mexico, United States, Costa Rica, Panama, Jamaica and Haiti.

The United States hosted the 2016 edition, becoming the only non-CONMEBOL country to host the tournament. There have been 45 tournaments held since 1916, eight of the ten CONMEBOL nations winning at least once with only Ecuador and Venezuela yet to win. 

The right to host the Copa América has been done by a rotation policy since 1984, with host countries rotating in alphabetical order. The first rotation was completed in 2007 with Venezuela hosting the tournament.

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