The Copa América is the main men's football tournament contested among national teams from South American Football Confederation. It has been played for over 100 years.
- The Copa América is the oldest international soccer competition contested between men's national teams.
- Copa América translates as America Cup.
- Argentina were the first (and so far only) team to win three consecutive titles, winning the championships in 1945, 1946 and 1947.
- The Copa América the third most watched football competition, behind the the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA Champions League.
- Since the 1990s, teams from North America and Asia have also been invited to participate in the tournament.
- Gardelito, the mascot for the 1987 competition, was the first Copa América mascot.
- In the 2001 Copa América tournament, Colombia set a record of not just being undefeated but not conceding any goal and winning each and every match.
- The 2016 tournament was hosted in the United States, the first time it was held outside of South America.
- Argentina and Colombia are hosting the 2021 Copa America, the first time two countries have shared the hosting rights.
- There is a female version of the Copa América - the Copa América Femenina.
- The Copa Sudamericana is South America's second-most prestigious cup competition after the Copa América.
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