Überblick: Ergebnisse und Tabellen. Redaktion August , 34 Postings. Finalphase. Finale: Brasilien - Argentinien Spiel um Platz drei. Live - Copa América - Tabelle. Copa America Centenario. Tabelle. Gruppe A. Teams, Teams, Teams, Sp, S, U, N, T, GT, +/-, Punkte. USA. USA. USA . Besuche familienbande-genealogie.eu Resultate Service für Copa America Wir bieten Copa America Tabellen, aktuelle Resultate, Spielplan und Resultate. Dezember um Aus der Mannschaft habe es nach dem 2: Die besten zwei Mannschaften der drei Gruppen ziehen sicher in das Viertelfinale ein. Mehr dazu erfahren Sie in der Stellungnahme der Chefredaktion. Weit spiele mit m wird auch eine Mannschaft aus Asien eingeladen. Vielen Dank für Ihre Mitteilung. Mit insgesamt 15 Titeln ist Uruguay auch gleichzeitig der Rekordsieger des Wettbewerbs. Brad Marchand kann es nicht lassen: Auch Mascherano und Agüero treten zurück. Der Austragungsmodus wurde mehrfach verändert. Mexiko holt Gruppensieg und steht im Viertelfinale. Anzeige Das ist sportlich. Die zwölf Teams treten in drei Gruppen mit jeweils vier Nationen an. Gegen den Co-Trainer wurde zudem Strafanzeige gestellt und ein lebenslangen Hausverbot verhängt. Argentinien zerstört Klinsmanns Traum - Lavezzi schwer verletzt. In Köln wird wohl erneut Sven Ulreich im Tor stehen.
By the early 20th century, football was growing in popularity, and the first international competition held between national teams of the continent occurred in when Argentina organized an event to commemorate the centenary of the May Revolution.
Similarly, for the centennial celebration of its independence, Argentina held a tournament between 2 and 17 July with Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Brazil being the first participants of the tournament.
The following year , the competition was played again, this time in Uruguay. Uruguay would win the title again to win their bicampeonato after defeating Argentina 1—0 in the last match of the tournament.
Argentina won the competition for the first time thanks to the goals of Julio Libonatti. In subsequent years, Uruguay would dominate the tournament, which at that time was the largest football tournament in the world.
Argentina, however, would not be far behind and disputed the supremacy with the Charruas. After losing the final at the Summer Olympics held in Amsterdam , Argentina would gain revenge in the South American Championship by defeating the Uruguayans in the last, decisive match.
During this period, both Bolivia and Peru debuted in the tournament in and , respectively. After the first World Cup held in Uruguay in , the enmity between the football federations of Uruguay and Argentina prevented the competition from being played for a number of years.
Only in was it possible to dispute a special edition of the event to be officially reinstated in Peru became the host nation of the edition and won the competition for the first time.
Ecuador made their debut at that tournament. Despite the large investment and initial success of the team, the Chileans would be defeated in the last match by eventual champions Argentina.
Uruguay hosted and won the edition. Chile would host again in , and came close to playing for the title against Argentina. However, Brazil spoiled that possibility, and Argentina would win the tournament once again on Chilean soil.
The event then entered a period of great disruption. For example, Argentina would be the first and so far only team to win three consecutive titles by winning the championships of , and After those three annual tournaments, the competition returned to being held every two years, then three and later four.
There were even two tournaments held in , one in Argentina and a second in Ecuador. During this period, some of the national teams were indifferent to the tournament.
Some did not participate every year, others sent lesser teams; in the edition held in Ecuador, Brazil entered a team from the state of Pernambuco.
Bolivia won for the first time when it hosted in , but was defeated in the first game of the tournament by debutant Venezuela.
The founding of the Copa Libertadores in also affected the way the tournament was viewed by its participants. The tournament had no fixed venue, and all matches were played throughout the year in each country.
Nine teams participated in the group stages with the defending champions receiving a bye into the semifinals.
The tournament was contested every four years using this system until From until , the event was hosted every two years in rotation by the ten members of the confederation.
The format would remain constant with a first round of groups, but the final round stage ranged from being a new, final round-robin group or a single-elimination system to decide the winner.
This renewal helped the tournament, which began to receive television coverage in Europe and North America. Despite entering as heavy favorites for being the reigning world champions having won the FIFA World Cup , playing at home and having a team largely composed of its World Cup winners led by the legendary Diego Maradona , Argentina would finish in a disappointing fourth place after being beaten by defending champions Uruguay 0—1 in the semifinals.
Uruguay would defeat a surprisingly strong Chilean squad who made it to the final, disposing of the powerful Brazil 4—0 on the group stage. Uruguay managed to win the competition in as host, ending a period of decline for Uruguayan football.
With the implementation of rotating hosts, Colombia , Paraguay and Venezuela hosted the tournament for the first time. Brazil entered a successful series of victories, winning four of the five continental titles between and Brazil would successfully defend the title in after thumping Uruguay 3—0 in Asuncion , Paraguay.
Colombia, the host nation, would go on to win the competition for the first time ever. Running from an embarrassing performance in , Brazil reestablished itself in the South American pantheon after defeating Argentina, on penalties, in order to win the competition held in Peru.
Three years later , the two teams met again in the final, this time in Venezuela. Once again, Brazil came out victorious after crushing Argentina 3—0.
Argentina hosted the competition and was ousted by Uruguay in the quarterfinals by penalty shootout. Uruguay would go on defeating Peru 2—0 in the semis to reach the finals and overpower Paraguay 3—0, thus winning the trophy on Argentinean soil for the third time and second in a row.
This, the 43rd edition, was the first time that neither Argentina nor Brazil reached the semifinals of a tournament they both had entered.
Chile went on to win the tournament, their first title, on home soil. A second rotation commenced in , with host countries rotating in alphabetical order, starting with Argentina.
The swap was made official in May South American Championship of Nations was the official English language name. The current name has been used since The two teams had met in twenty-nine previous encounters, the last being a friendly held at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey in , won by Brazil with a lone goal by Willian.
The two teams had met in only two previous occasions, both friendlies, the last held at the Stade Sylvio Cator in Port-au-Prince in , which Brazil won 6—0.
The two teams had met in four previous encounters, the last being a friendly in , which Ecuador won 3—1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Peru and Ecuador advanced to the quarter-finals.
CenturyLink Field , Seattle. Rose Bowl , Pasadena. Camping World Stadium , Orlando. Mark Geiger United States. University of Phoenix Stadium , Glendale.
MetLife Stadium , East Rutherford. Gillette Stadium , Foxborough. Retrieved 4 June Archived from the original on 27 June