The 2007 Copa América Final was the final match of the 2007 Copa América. It was held on July 15, 2007 in Maracaibo. This was the sixth final for Brazil (winning three of the previous). Meanwhile was the third for Argentina (winning once). It was also the second final between Brazil and Argentina; Brazil had won the 2004 Final in a penalty shootout against Argentina.
Carlos Amarilla was chosen to be the referee again as he had already refereed the 2004 Final. In 2004 he booked four players (two for Brazil and two for Argentina). In 2007 he booked seven players (five for Brazil and two for Argentina). In the tournament he refereed two more matches, Uruguay vs Peru, and Chile vs Mexico, both of the first round.