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Copa Americ Esportes populares VideoPartidos inolvidables - Brasil vs. Argentina 2004
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Uruguai Brasil Porto Alegre. Rio de Janeiro. Attendance: 47, . Attendance: 13, . Attendance: 26, . Referee: Roddy Zambrano Ecuador.
Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova , Salvador. Attendance: 42, . Attendance: 42, . Referee: Fernando Rapallini Argentina.
Attendance: 8, . Referee: Esteban Ostojich Uruguay. Attendance: 35, . Referee: Roberto Tobar Chile. Attendance: 19, .
Referee: Diego Haro Peru. Attendance: 22, . Referee: Alexis Herrera Venezuela. Attendance: 35, . Referee: Wilton Sampaio Brazil. Attendance: 41, .
Attendance: 13, . Attendance: 13, . Referee: Anderson Daronco Brazil. Attendance: 23, . Attendance: 39, .
Attendance: 14, . Referee: Patricio Loustau Argentina. Attendance: 57, . Referee: Raphael Claus Brazil. Attendance: 7, .
Attendance: 44, . Attendance: 50, . Attendance: 44, . Attendance: 21, . Attendance: 55, . Attendance: 33, .
Brasil pen. Chile pen. Terceiro lugar. Peru pen. Gabriel Jesus 18' Roberto Firmino 70'. Agüero 11' Dybala 21'.
BRA Daniel Alves. BRA Everton. BRA Alisson. Everton Paolo Guerrero. Unitel e BTV. Canal 13 e TVN. Costa Rica. Repretel e Sky Sports.
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 Between and it had no host nation, and was held in a home and away fashion.
The current final tournament features 12 national teams competing over a month in the host nation. There are two phases: the group stage followed by the knockout stage.
In the group stage, teams compete within three groups of four teams each. Three teams are seeded, including the hosts, with the other seeded teams selected using a formula based on the FIFA World Rankings.
The other teams are assigned to different "pots", usually based also on the FIFA Rankings, and teams in each pot are drawn at random to the three groups.
Each group plays a round-robin tournament , in which each team is scheduled for three matches against other teams in the same group. The last round of matches of each group is not scheduled at the same time unlike many tournaments around the world.
The top two teams from each group advance to the knockout stage as well as the two best third-place teams.
Points are used to rank the teams within a group. Beginning in , three points have been awarded for a win , one for a draw and none for a loss before, winners received two points.
If two or more teams are equal on the basis of the above three criteria, their rankings are determined as follows:. The knockout stage is a single-elimination tournament in which teams play each other in one-off matches, with penalty shootouts used to decide the winner if a match is still tied after 90 minutes in the quarter-finals and semi-finals, and after extra time in the final.
It begins with the quarter-finals, then semi-finals, the third-place match contested by the losing semi-finalists , and the final.
Owing to CONMEBOL's somewhat limited number of registered confederations, countries from other continents are usually invited to participate to make up the 12 teams necessary for the current tournament format.
In all, nine different nations have received invitations: Costa Rica , , , , , Honduras , Japan , , Jamaica , , Mexico , , , , , , , , , , Haiti , Panama , the United States , , , , Qatar , and Australia The United States was invited to every tournament between and but frequently turned down the invitation due to scheduling conflicts with Major League Soccer.
However, on 30 October , the US Soccer Federation accepted the invitation to participate in the tournament, ending a year absence. The plaques are engraved with every winner of the competition, as well as the edition won.
The trophy was not to have a base. Apart from the main trophy, the "Copa Bolivia" a small trophy made in silver has been awarded to the runner-up of the competition since the edition.
From until inclusive.