The 46th edition of the Copa America will take place in Brazil and five cities will host the tournament: Salvador, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte, and Porto Alegre. It will be the final edition played on odd years and with 12 national teams. They are drawn into three groups of four and for the first time since 1993, Copa America will be without CONCACAF teams. However, Japan and 2019 Asian Cup Winners, Qatar, got invitations to participate, and it will be Qatar’s first appearance in the tournament.
Copa America History and Title Holders
Uruguay are the record holders with 15 Copa America trophies (the previous one in 2011); Argentina have 14 wins while the host nation Brazil have eight titles. Chile, who won the last two editions in 2015 and 2016, have two titles, same as Paraguay and Peru while Colombia and Bolivia have one Copa America trophy apiece.
2019 Copa America Regulations and Groups
Two teams from each group will advance to the quarter-finals while two best third-placed teams will also find a place in the last eight.
|Group A||Group B||Group C|
2019 Copa America Winner Odds
The host nation Brazil are the biggest favourites to lift their ninth trophy at 2.10 (+110) odds, Argentina have the second-best chance to win at 4.50 (+350) while Uruguay are 8.00 (+700) to win the Copa America for the 16th time. Colombia are given 10.00 (+900) chances to win, Chile are currently at 13.00 (+1200) while the odds on Peru are at 26.00 (+2500). The debutants, Qatar, are 101.00 (+10000) to win Copa America and are the biggest underdogs in the tournament.
Odds to win the 2019 Copa America:
|Brazil 2.10 (+110)||Argentina 4.50 (+350)||Uruguay 8.00 (+700)|
|Colombia 10.00 (+900)||Chile 13.00 (+1200)||Peru 26.00 (+2500)|
|Paraguay 34.00 (+3300)||Venezuela 41.00 (+4000)||Ecuador 41.00 (+4000)|
|Bolivia 67.00 (+6600)||Japan 81.00 (+8000)||Qatar 101.00 (+10000)|
Stay with us in the following articles as we’re giving you betting previews for each group!