The Copa America is the best football tournament for national teams in South America and is controlled by COAcesparksBOL.
The tournament was founded in 1916 and is the oldest, still ongoing international football tournament.
The greatest players in history, such as Lionel Messi, Pele, Diego Maradona, Luis Suarez and Ronaldo Nazario, have participated in the Copa America, thereby increasing their appeal to fans around the world.
Countries such as Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay are among the most watched national teams in the world. Therefore, there is reason to believe that the America’s Cup is one of the most prestigious international tournaments on the planet.
Winning the competition is also famous. The extreme physical nature of South American football, along with the style of similar participants, adds extra interest to the Cup games.
There have been 47 editions of the America’s Cup since 1916, and throughout its 105-year history, tables and formats have come in a variety of shapes and forms.
Only two of COAcesparksBOL’s 10 members – Ecuador and Venezuela – have yet to win the America’s Cup.
On the contrary, some of the more stable sides on the continent have had much more success in the race.
Here’s a look at the five countries that have won the most American Cups.
NoteIf two or more countries have the same number of trophies, the secondary medals are used as a tie-break.
Dear note: Peru – 2 titles (1 second place)
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# 5 Chile – 2 titles (4 second place)