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 fixed host  Peru Peru Marcos Calderón Argentina Leopoldo Luque (4)
Colombia Ernesto Díaz (4)
Peru Teófilo Cubillas
1979 no fixed host  Paraguay Paraguay Ranulfo Miranda Chile Jorge Peredo (4)
Paraguay Eugenio Morel (4)
Chile Carlos Caszely
1983 no fixed 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
2015  Chile  Chile Argentina Jorge Sampaoli Chile Eduardo Vargas (4)
Peru Paolo Guerrero (4)
Argentina Lionel Messi[A]
2016  United States  Chile Spain Juan Antonio Pizzi Chile Eduardo Vargas (6) Chile Alexis Sánchez
  1. ^ No award was given. It was reported that Lionel Messi of Argentina was to receive the award but rejected it.[2][3][4][5]

Coach with most games[edit]

Number Name Nationality Teams Managed Games Tournaments Special Notes
1 Guillermo Stábile Argentina Argentina 44 1941-45-46-47-55-57 6 times champion.
2 Luis Tirado Chile Chile 35
3 Manuel Fleitas Solich Paraguay Paraguay 33 1942-1946-1947-1949-1953 Champion 1953
4 Francisco Maturana Colombia Colombia Ecuador 27 1987-89-93-95-97-2001 Champion 2001
5 Óscar Tabárez Uruguay Uruguay 26 1989-2007-2011-2015-2016 Champion 2011
6 Hernán Darío Gómez Colombia Colombia Ecuador Panama 23 1995-1997-2001-2004-2011-2016
7 Alfio Basile Argentina Argentina 19 1991-1993-2007 champion 1991-1993.
= Flavio Costa Brazil Brazil 19 1945-46-49 Champion 1949.
8 Alberto Suppici Uruguay Uruguay 18 third place 1929.
= Carlos Alberto Parreira Brazil Brazil 18 2004 Champion .

Team[edit]

Overall[edit]

Most Copa América appearances
43,  Uruguay
For a detailed list, see Copa América participations
Most championships
15,  Uruguay
Most appearances in a Copa América final
28,  Argentina
Most appearances in Copa América semifinal
35,  Uruguay
For a detailed list of top four appearances, see Copa América results
Most matches played
197,  Uruguay
Fewest matches played
3,  Japan,  Haiti,  Panama
Most wins
120,  Argentina
Most losses
83,  Chile
Most draws
39,  Paraguay
Most goals scored
455,  Argentina
Most goals conceded
311,  Ecuador
Fewest goals scored
0,  Jamaica
Fewest goals conceded
5,  Honduras
Highest average of goals scored per match
2.41,  Argentina
Lowest average of goals conceded per match
0.83,  Honduras

Most championships[edit]

# team championships
1  Uruguay (1916, 1917, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1935, 1942, 1956, 1959 (Ecuador), 1967, 1983, 1987, 1995, 2011) 15

Most finishes in the top two[edit]

# team finishes in the top two
1  Argentina (1916*, 1917, 1920, 1921*, 1923, 1924, 1925*, 1926, 1927, 1929*, 1935, 1937*, 1941, 1942, 1945, 1946*, 1947, 1955, 1957, 1959 (Ecuador), 1959 (Argentina)*, 1967, 1991, 1993, 2004, 2007, 2015, 2016) 28
2  Uruguay (1916, 1917*, 1919, 1920, 1923*, 1924*, 1926, 1927, 1935, 1939, 1941, 1942*, 1956*, 1959 (Ecuador), 1967*, 1983, 1987, 1989, 1995*, 1999, 2011) 21
3  Brazil (1919*, 1921, 1922*, 1925, 1937, 1945, 1946, 1949*, 1953, 1957, 1959 (Argentina), 1983, 1989*, 1991, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2007) 19
4  Paraguay (1922, 1929, 1947, 1949, 1953, 1963, 1979, 2011) 8
5  Chile (1955*, 1956, 1979, 1987, 2015*, 2016) 6
6  Bolivia (1963*, 1997*) 2
 Colombia (1975, 2001*) 2
 Mexico (1993, 2001) 2
 Peru (1939*, 1975) 2

Most finishes in the top four[edit]

# team finishes in the top four
1  Uruguay (1916, 1917*, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923*, 1924*, 1926, 1927, 1929, 1935, 1937, 1939, 1941, 1942*, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1953, 1955, 1956*, 1957, 1959, 1967*, 1975, 1983, 1987, 1989, 1995*, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2011) 35
2  Argentina (1916*, 1917, 1919, 1920, 1921*, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925*, 1926, 1927, 1929*, 1935, 1937*, 1941, 1942, 1945, 1946*, 1947, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1959*, 1963, 1967, 1987*, 1989, 1991, 1993, 2004, 2007, 2015, 2016) 34
3  Brazil (1916, 1917, 1919*, 1920, 1921, 1922*, 1923, 1925, 1937, 1942, 1945, 1946, 1949*, 1953, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1959, 1963, 1975, 1979, 1983, 1989*, 1991, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2007) 29
4  Paraguay (1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1929, 1937, 1939, 1942, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1953, 1959, 1963, 1967, 1979, 1983, 1989, 2011, 2015) 22
5  Chile (1916, 1917, 1919, 1920*, 1924, 1926*, 1935, 1939, 1941*, 1945*, 1947, 1953, 1955*, 1956, 1967, 1979, 1987, 1991*, 1999, 2015*, 2016) 21
6  Peru (1927*, 1929, 1935*, 1939*, 1941, 1949, 1955, 1957*, 1959, 1975, 1979, 1983, 1997, 2011, 2015) 15
7  Colombia (1975, 1987, 1991, 1993, 1995, 2001*, 2004, 2016) 8
8  Mexico (1993, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2007) 5
9  Bolivia (1927, 1949, 1963*, 1997*) 4
10  Ecuador (1959*, 1993*) 2
 United States (1995, 2016) 2
11  Honduras (2001) 1
 Venezuela (2011) 1

In one tournament[edit]

Most wins
 Brazil
Most goals scored
208
Fewest goals conceded
0
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[6] Country Goals 17
Zizinho  Brazil
3
Severino Varela  Uruguay 15
Lolo Fernández  Peru
5 Ademir  Brazil 13
Gabriel Batistuta  Argentina
Jair  Brazil
Jose Manuel Moreno  Argentina
Héctor Scarone  Uruguay
10 Roberto Porta  Uruguay 12
Ángel Romano  Uruguay
13 Víctor Agustín Ugarte  Bolivia 11
Herminio Masantonio  Argentina
Paolo Guerrero  Peru
Eduardo Vargas  Chile
Most goals ever scored in a single tournament
9 goals - Jair da Rosa, Maschio and Ambrois
Most goals ever scored in a single match
5 goals - Scarone, Marvezzi & Evaristo; 4 goals - Zizinho, Julinho, Héctor Castro, Maschio, Arellano, Gabino Sosa, Masantonio, JM Medina & Ambrois, Eduardo Vargas

Most assists provided in tournament's history

11 assists -  Argentina Lionel Messi (1 in 2007, 3 in 2011, 3 in 2015, 4 in 2016)

Most man of the match awards won in tournament's history

9 wins -  Argentina Lionel Messi (2 in 2011, 4 in 2015 and 3 in 2016)

Fastest hat-trick completed in tournament's history

10 minutes -  Argentina José Manuel Moreno (1942)

Fastest hat-trick completed as a substitute in tournament's history

19 minutes -  Argentina Lionel Messi (2016)

Biggest margin of victory
 Argentina 12–0  Ecuador (1942)[6]
Most goals scored in a match, one team
12,  Argentina
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

List of all penalty shoot-outs that have occurred in the Finals tournament[edit]

Most Won
  • 4 -  Brazil (1995, 2004, 2004, 2007)
  • 4 -  Uruguay (1995, 1999, 1999, 2011)
Most Lost
  • 5 -  Argentina (1995, 2004, 2011, 2015, 2016)
  • 4 -  Brazil (1993, 1995, 2011, 2015)
  • 4 -  Uruguay (1993, 2001, 2004, 2007)
Most Played
  • 8 -  Brazil (1993, 1995, 1995, 2004, 2004, 2007, 2011, 2015)
  • 8 -  Uruguay (1993, 1995, 1999, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2011)
Team Played Win Loss % Win Win Year Loss Year
 Honduras 1 1 0 100% 2001 -
 United States 1 1 0 100% 1995 -
 Mexico 3 2 1 67% 1997, 1999 1995
 Chile 3 2 1 67% 2015, 2016 1999
 Paraguay 5 3 2 60% 2011, 2011, 2015 1995, 1999
 Colombia 5 3 2 60% 1993, 1995, 2016 1993, 2015
 Uruguay 8 4 4 50% 1995, 1999, 1999, 2011 1993, 2001, 2004, 2007
 Brazil 8 4 4 50% 1995, 2004, 2004, 2007 1993, 1995, 2011, 2015
 Argentina 8 3 5 38% 1993, 1993, 2015 1995, 2004, 2011, 2015, 2016
 Ecuador 1 0 1 0% - 1997
 Venezuela 1 0 1 0% - 2011
 Peru 2 0 2 0% - 1999, 2016

Championship Year in Bold

By chronological order[edit]

#
Winner
Final
score
Loser
Pen.
Score
Pen.
Taken
Missed penalties Ways of Miss Final penalty[7] Tournament
Round
Date
1.  Colombia 1–1  Uruguay 5–3 5–4 Uruguay Moas Post Penalty scored Valencia 1993, Ecuador Quarter-finals 26 June 1993
2.  Argentina 1–1  Brazil 6–5 6–6 Brazil Boiadeiro Saved Penalty scored Borelli 1993, Ecuador Quarter-finals 27 June 1993
3.  Argentina 0–0  Colombia 6–5 6–6 Colombia Aristizábal Saved Penalty scored Borelli 1993, Ecuador Semi-finals 1 July 1993
4.  Colombia 1–1  Paraguay 5–4 5–5 Paraguay Gamarra Saved Penalty missed Gamarra
GK Higuita
1995, Uruguay Quarter-finals 16 July 1995
5.  United States 0–0  Mexico 4–1 4–3 Mexico Hermosillo
Mexico Coyote
Saved
Saved
Penalty scored Klopas 1995, Uruguay Quarter-finals 17 July 1995
6.  Brazil 2–2  Argentina 4–2 5–4 Brazil André Cruz
Argentina Simeone
Argentina Fabbri
Saved
Saved
Saved
Penalty scored Edmundo 1995, Uruguay Quarter-finals 17 July 1995
7.  Uruguay 1–1  Brazil 5–3 5–4 Brazil Túlio Saved Penalty scored Martínez 1995, Uruguay Final 23 July 1995
8.  Mexico 1–1  Ecuador 4–3 6–6 Ecuador Capurro
Ecuador De la Cruz
Mexico Blanco
Mexico Villa
Ecuador Rosero
Saved
Saved
Saved
Wide
Saved
Penalty scored Sánchez 1997, Bolivia Quarter-finals 22 June 1997
9.  Mexico 3–3  Peru 4–2 4–4 Peru José Soto
Peru Reynoso
Over
Wide
Penalty missed Reynoso 1999, Paraguay Quarter-finals 10 July 1999
10.  Uruguay 1–1  Paraguay 5–3 5–4 Paraguay Benítez Saved/Post Penalty scored Magallanes 1999, Paraguay Quarter-finals 10 July 1999
11.  Uruguay 1–1  Chile 5–3 5–4 Chile Aros Saved Penalty scored Magallanes 1999, Paraguay Semi-finals 13 July 1999
12.  Honduras 2–2  Uruguay 5–4 5–5 Uruguay Gutiérrez Saved Penalty scored Izaguirre 2001, Colombia Third-place match 28 July 2001
13.  Brazil 1–1  Uruguay 5–3 5–4 Uruguay Sánchez Saved Penalty scored Alex 2004, Peru Semifinals 21 July 2004
14.  Brazil 2–2  Argentina 4–2 4–4 Argentina D'Alessandro
Argentina Heinze
Saved
Over
Penalty scored Juan 2004, Peru Final 25 July 2004
15.  Brazil 2–2  Uruguay 5–4 7–7 Uruguay Forlán
Brazil Afonso
Brazil Fernando
Uruguay García
Uruguay Lugano
Saved
Post
Post
Post
Saved
Penalty missed Lugano
GK Doni
2007, Venezuela Semifinals 10 July 2007
16.  Uruguay 1–1  Argentina 5–4 5–5 Argentina Tevez Saved Penalty scored Cáceres 2011, Argentina Quarter-finals 16 July 2011
17.  Paraguay 0–0  Brazil 2–0 3–4 Brazil Elano
Paraguay Barreto
Brazil Thiago Silva
Brazil André Santos
Brazil Fred
Over
Wide
Saved
Over
Wide
Penalty missed Fred 2011, Argentina Quarter-finals 17 July 2011
18.  Paraguay 0–0  Venezuela 5–3 5–4 Venezuela Lucena Saved Penalty scored Verón 2011, Argentina Semi-finals 20 July 2011
19.  Argentina 0–0  Colombia 5–4 7–7 Colombia Muriel
Argentina Biglia
Colombia Zúñiga
Argentina Rojo
Colombia Murillo
Over
Wide
Saved
Bar
Over
Penalty scored Tevez 2015, Chile Quarter-finals 26 June 2015
20.  Paraguay 1–1  Brazil 4–3 5–5 Brazil E. Ribeiro
Brazil Douglas Costa
Paraguay Santa Cruz
Wide
Over
Over
Penalty scored González 2015, Chile Quarter-finals 27 June 2015
21.  Chile 0–0  Argentina 4–1 4–3 Argentina Higuaín
Argentina Banega
Over
Saved
Penalty scored Sánchez 2015, Chile Final 4 July 2015
22.  Colombia 0–0  Peru 4–2 4–4 Peru Trauco
Peru Cueva
Saved
Over
Penalty missed Cueva 2016, USA Quarter-finals 17 June 2016
23.  Chile 0–0  Argentina 4–2 5–4 Chile Vidal
Argentina Messi
Argentina Biglia
Saved
Over
Saved
Penalty scored Silva 2016, USA Final 26 June 2016

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]

From 1916 until 2016 inclusive.

Team Winners Part. Pts GP W D L GF GA Dif Pts/GP
1  Argentina 14 41 398 189 120 38 31 455 173 +282 2.11
2  Uruguay 15 43 358 197 108 34 55 399 218 +181 1.82
3  Brazil 8 35 332 178 99 35 44 405 200 +205 1.87
4  Paraguay 2 36 225 168 62 39 67 253 293 -40 1.34
5  Chile 2 38 222 177 64 30 83 281 304 -23 1.25
6  Peru 2 31 197 148 54 35 59 213 232 -19 1.33
7  Colombia 1 21 150 113 42 24 47 131 184 -53 1.33
8  Bolivia 1 26 86 112 20 26 66 104 279 -175 0.77
9  Mexico 0 10 70 48 19 13 16 66 62 +4 1.46
10  Ecuador 0 27 70 118 16 22 80 127 311 -184 0.59
11  Venezuela 0 17 34 62 7 13 42 47 171 -124 0.55
12  Costa Rica 0 5 18 17 5 3 9 17 31 -14 1.06
13  United States 0 4 17 18 5 2 11 18 29 -11 0.94
14  Honduras 0 1 10 6 3 1 2 7 5 +2 1.67
15  Panama 0 1 3 3 1 0 2 4 10 -6 1.00
16  Japan 0 1 1 3 0 1 2 3 8 -5 0.33
17  Jamaica 0 2 0 6 0 0 6 0 9 -9 0.00
18  Haiti 0 1 0 3 0 0 3 1 12 -11 0.00

References and footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Copa América Best Players, rsssf.com
  2. ^ "BeIN Sports: Messi habría rechazado el MVP del torneo" [BeIN Sports: Messi reportedly rejects MVP award for tournament] (in Spanish). AS.com. 5 July 2015. Retrieved 5 July 2015. 
  3. ^ "Lionel Messi allegedly refuses best player award at Copa America as trophy removed from ceremony". Telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 2015-12-05. 
  4. ^ "Messi rechazó recoger el premio a MVP de la Copa América". MARCA.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2015-12-05. 
  5. ^ "Messi rechazó el MVP del Argentina-Paraguay de la Copa América". Sport. Retrieved 2015-12-05. 
  6. ^ a b "Almanaque Copa MessiAmérica". globoesporte.com (in Portuguese). Retrieved June 3, 2016. 
  7. ^ The outcome of the penalty after which the shoot-out ended. This column lists either the winning goalscorer, the player who missed the last penalty (if this was off target), or the player who took the last penalty and the goalkeeper who saved it

External links[edit]