Copa América records and statistics

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This is a list of records of the Copa América.

General statistics by tournament[edit]

Year Host Champion Winning coach Top scorer(s) Best player[1]
1916  Argentina  Uruguay Uruguay Alfredo Foglino Uruguay Isabelino Gradín (3) Uruguay Isabelino Gradín
1917  Uruguay  Uruguay Uruguay Ramón Platero Uruguay Ángel Romano (4) Uruguay Héctor Scarone
1919  Brazil  Brazil Brazil Haroldo Domingues Brazil Arthur Friedenreich (4)
Brazil Neco (4)
Brazil Arthur Friedenreich
1920  Chile  Uruguay Uruguay Ernesto Fígoli Uruguay José Pérez (3)
Uruguay Ángel Romano (3)
Uruguay José Piendibene
1921  Argentina  Argentina Argentina Pedro Calomino Argentina Julio Libonatti (3) Argentina Américo Tesoriere
1922  Brazil  Brazil Brazil Laís Argentina Julio Francia (4) Brazil Agostinho Fortes Filho
1923  Uruguay  Uruguay Uruguay Leonardo De Lucca Argentina Vicente Aguirre (3)
Uruguay Pedro Petrone (3)
Uruguay José Nasazzi
1924  Uruguay  Uruguay Uruguay Ernesto Meliante Uruguay Pedro Petrone (4) Uruguay Pedro Petrone
1925  Argentina  Argentina Argentina Américo Tesoriere Argentina Manuel Seoane (6) Argentina Manuel Seoane
1926  Chile  Uruguay Uruguay Ernesto Fígoli Chile David Arellano (7) Uruguay José Leandro Andrade
1927  Peru  Argentina Argentina José Lago Millón Argentina Alfredo Carricaberry (3)
Argentina Segundo Luna (3)
Uruguay Roberto Figueroa (3)
Uruguay Pedro Petrone (3)
Uruguay Héctor Scarone (3)
Argentina Manuel Seoane
1929  Argentina  Argentina Argentina Fransisco Olazar Paraguay Aurelio González (5) Argentina Manuel Ferreira
1935  Peru  Uruguay Uruguay Raúl V. Blanco Argentina Herminio Masantonio (4) Uruguay José Nasazzi
1937  Argentina  Argentina Argentina Manuel Seoane Chile Raúl Toro Julio (7) Argentina Vicente de la Mata
1939  Peru  Peru England Jack Greenwell Peru Teodoro Fernández (7) Peru Teodoro Fernández
1941  Chile  Argentina Argentina Guillermo Stábile Argentina Juan Marvezzi (5) Chile Sergio Livingstone
1942  Uruguay  Uruguay Uruguay Pedro Cea Argentina Herminio Masantonio (7)
Argentina José Manuel Moreno (7)
Uruguay Obdulio Varela
1945  Chile  Argentina Argentina Guillermo Stábile Argentina Norberto Méndez (6)
Brazil Heleno de Freitas (6)
Brazil Domingos da Guia
1946  Argentina  Argentina Argentina Guillermo Stábile Uruguay José María Medina (7) Argentina Adolfo Pedernera
1947  Ecuador  Argentina Argentina Guillermo Stábile Uruguay Nicolás Falero (8) Argentina José Manuel Moreno
1949  Brazil  Brazil Brazil Flávio Costa Brazil Jair da Rosa Pinto (9) Brazil Ademir
1953  Peru  Paraguay Paraguay Manuel Fleitas Solich Chile Francisco Molina (7) Paraguay Heriberto Herrera
1955  Chile  Argentina Argentina Guillermo Stábile Argentina Rodolfo Micheli (8) Chile Enrique Hormazábal
1956  Uruguay  Uruguay Uruguay Hugo Bagnulo Chile Enrique Hormazábal (4) Uruguay Óscar Míguez
1957  Peru  Argentina Argentina Guillermo Stábile Argentina Humberto Maschio (9)
Uruguay Javier Ambrois (9)
Argentina Omar Sívori
1959  Argentina  Argentina Argentina Victorio Spinetto Brazil Pelé (8) Brazil Pelé
1959  Ecuador  Uruguay Uruguay Juan Carlos Corazzo Argentina José Sanfilippo (6) Uruguay Alcides Silveira
1963  Bolivia  Bolivia Brazil Danilo Alvim Ecuador Carlos Alberto Raffo (6) Bolivia Ramiro Blacut
1967  Uruguay  Uruguay Uruguay Juan Carlos Corazzo Argentina Luis Artime (5) Uruguay Pedro Rocha
1975 no host  Peru Peru Marcos Calderón Argentina Leopoldo Luque (4)
Colombia Ernesto Díaz (4)
Peru Teófilo Cubillas
1979 no host  Paraguay Paraguay Ranulfo Miranda Chile Jorge Peredo (4)
Paraguay Eugenio Morel (4)
Chile Carlos Caszely
1983 no host  Uruguay Uruguay Omar Borrás Argentina Jorge Burruchaga (3)
Brazil Roberto Dinamite (3)
Uruguay Carlos Aguilera (3)
Uruguay Enzo Francescoli
1987  Argentina  Uruguay Uruguay Roberto Fleitas Colombia Arnoldo Iguarán (4) Colombia Carlos Valderrama
1989  Brazil  Brazil Brazil Sebastião Lazaroni Brazil Bebeto (6) Uruguay Rubén Sosa
1991  Chile  Argentina Argentina Alfio Basile Argentina Gabriel Batistuta (6) Argentina Leonardo Rodríguez
1993  Ecuador  Argentina Argentina Alfio Basile Venezuela José Luis Dolgetta (4) Argentina Sergio Goycochea
1995  Uruguay  Uruguay Uruguay Héctor Núñez Argentina Gabriel Batistuta (4)
Mexico Luis García (4)
Uruguay Enzo Francescoli
1997  Bolivia  Brazil Brazil Mário Zagallo Mexico Luis Hernández (6) Brazil Ronaldo
1999  Paraguay  Brazil Brazil Vanderlei Luxemburgo Brazil Rivaldo (5)
Brazil Ronaldo (5)
Brazil Rivaldo
2001  Colombia  Colombia Colombia Francisco Maturana Colombia Víctor Aristizábal (6) Honduras Amado Guevara
2004  Peru  Brazil Brazil Carlos Alberto Parreira Brazil Adriano (7) Brazil Adriano
2007  Venezuela  Brazil Brazil Dunga Brazil Robinho (6) Brazil Robinho
2011  Argentina  Uruguay Uruguay Óscar Tabárez Peru Paolo Guerrero (5) Uruguay Luis Suárez

Team[edit]

Overall[edit]

Most Copa América appearances
40,  Uruguay
For a detailed list, see Copa América participations
Most championships
15, Uruguay
Most appearances in a Copa América final
26,  Argentina
Most appearances in Copa América semifinal
34,  Uruguay
For a detailed list of top four appearances, see Copa América results
Most matches played
184,  Uruguay
Fewest matches played
3,  Japan
Most wins
111,  Argentina
Most losses
81,  Chile
Most draws
31,  Argentina,  Peru
Most goals scored
422,  Argentina
Most goals conceded
296,  Ecuador
Fewest goals scored
3,  Japan
Fewest goals conceded
5,  Honduras
Highest average of goals scored per match
2.44,  Argentina
Lowest average of goals conceded per match
0.83,  Honduras

In one tournament[edit]

Most wins
Brazil
Most goals scored
208
Fewest goals conceded
4
Most goals conceded
34
Most minutes without conceding a goal
1009
Highest goal difference
Lowest goal difference
Highest average of goals scored per match
Most goals scored, champions
Fewest goals scored, champions
Fewest goals conceded, champions
Most goals conceded, champions
Worst performance by a defending champion

Streaks[edit]

Most consecutive championships
3,  Argentina 1945, 1946, 1947
Most consecutive final matches
7,  Argentina 1923-1937
Most consecutive runners-up
Most consecutive finals tournaments
Most consecutive wins
Most consecutive matches without a loss
Most consecutive losses
Most consecutive matches without a win
Most consecutive draws
Most consecutive matches without a draw
Most consecutive matches scoring at least one goal
Most consecutive matches scoring at least two goals
Most consecutive matches scoring at least three / four goals
Most consecutive matches without scoring a goal
Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal (clean sheets)
Most consecutive minutes without conceding a goal
Most consecutive matches conceding at least one goal
Most consecutive matches conceding at least two goals
Most consecutive matches conceding at least three goals
Most consecutive matches conceding at least four goals
Most consecutive matches conceding at least five / six / seven goals

Goalscoring[edit]

Individual[edit]

Most goals scored, overall finals
Rank Player Country Goals
1 Norberto Méndez  Argentina 17
Zizinho  Brazil
3 Teodoro Fernández  Peru 15
Severino Varela  Uruguay
5 Ademir  Brazil 13
Gabriel Batistuta  Argentina
Jairzinho  Brazil
Jose Manuel Moreno  Argentina
Héctor Scarone  Uruguay
Most goals scored in a tournament
9 goals - Jair da Rosa, Maschio and Ambrois
Most goals scored in a match
5 goals - Scarone, Marvezzi & Evaristo; 4 goals - Zizinho, Julinho, Héctor Castro, Maschio, Arellano, Gabino Sosa, Masantonio, JM Medina & Ambrois
Most goals scored in a lost match
Most goals scored in one Final
Most goals scored in all Final matches
Most matches with at least one goal
Most consecutive matches with at least one goal
Most matches with at least two goals
Most consecutive matches with at least two goals
Most hat-tricks
Most consecutive hat-tricks
Fastest hat-trick & Most goals scored by a substitute in a match
Hat-tricks from the penalty spot
Never occurred in the final tournament.
Scoring in every match of a Copa América
Most tournaments with at least one goal
Most tournaments with at least two goals
Most tournaments with at least three goals
Most tournaments with at least four goals
Most tournaments with at least five goals
Longest period between a player's first and last goals
Youngest goalscorer
Johnnier Montaño, 16 years and 172 days (1999 vs. Argentina)
Youngest hat-trick scorer
Youngest goalscorer, final
Oldest goalscorer
Oldest hat-trick scorer
Oldest goalscorer, final
Most penalties scored (excluding during shootouts)
Fastest goal in a Copa América
Fastest goal by a substitute
Fastest goal in a final
Fastest goal in a qualifying match
Latest goal from kickoff
Latest goal from kickoff in a final
Longest time for a goal to be scored in a Copa América

Team[edit]

Biggest margin of victory
Most goals scored in a match, one team
Most goals scored in a match, both teams
Highest scoring draw
Largest deficit overcome in a win
Largest deficit overcome in a draw
Most goals scored in extra time, both teams
Most goals scored in a final, one team
Most goals scored in a final, both teams
Fewest goals scored in a final, both teams
Biggest margin of victory in a final
Largest deficit overcome in a win in a final
Most goals in a tournament, one team
Most individual goalscorers for one team, one match
Most individual goalscorers for one team, one tournament

Tournament[edit]

Most goals scored in a tournament
Fewest goals scored in a tournament
Most goals per match in a tournament
Fewest goals per match in a tournament

Own goals[edit]

Most own goals in a tournament
Most own goals in a match
Scoring for both teams in the same match

All-time table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD
1  Argentina 173 111 31 31 422 166 +256
2  Uruguay 184 103 30 51 384 208 +176
3  Brazil 167 95 30 42 387 190 +197
4  Paraguay 153 61 30 62 241 270 −29
5  Chile 161 54 26 81 247 291 −44
6  Peru 132 46 31 55 193 220 −27
7  Colombia 99 36 20 43 120 175 −55
8  Bolivia 102 19 24 59 97 257 −160
9  Mexico 38 17 10 11 55 44 +11
10  Ecuador 108 14 19 75 114 296 −182
11  Venezuela 49 2 9 38 34 155 −121
12  Costa Rica 11 3 2 6 12 21 −9
13  Honduras 6 3 1 2 7 5 +2
14  United States 12 2 2 8 11 21 −10
15  Japan 3 0 1 2 3 8 −5

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