Copa América Femenina

The Copa América Femenina (previously the Campeonato Sudamericano de Fútbol Femenino, shortened Sudamericano Femenino) is the main competition in women's association football between national teams of the CONMEBOL.[1]

Copa América Femenina
Founded1991
RegionSouth America (CONMEBOL)
Number of teams10
Current champions Brazil (7th title)
Most successful team(s) Brazil (7 titles)
2018 Copa América Femenina

It was first held in 1991. In the first two editions of the tournament only one team (the champion) qualified for the FIFA Women's World Cup. In the third edition the champions qualified automatically, while the runner-up of the tournament faced a team from the CONCACAF in a play-off match to reach the World Cup. In the fourth edition two automatic spots were given for the 2003 World Cup: to the champions and the second placed team respectively, a situation remaining for the 2007 and 2011 edition.

There are also Under-20 and Under-17 Copa América Femenina versions.

Winners

Year Host Final Third place match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd place Score 4th place
1991
Details
 Brazil
Brazil
(Round-robin)
Chile

Venezuela
N/A
1995
Details
 Brazil
Brazil
2–0
Argentina

Chile
(Round-robin)
Ecuador
1998
Details
 Argentina
Brazil
7–1
Argentina

Peru
3–3 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 pso)

Ecuador
2003
Details
 Peru
Brazil
(Round-robin)
Argentina

Colombia
(Round-robin)
Peru
2006
Details
 Argentina
Argentina
(Round-robin)
Brazil

Uruguay
(Round-robin)
Paraguay
2010
Details
 Ecuador
Brazil
(Round-robin)
Colombia

Chile
(Round-robin)
Argentina
2014
Details
 Ecuador
Brazil
(Round-robin)
Colombia

Ecuador
(Round-robin)
Argentina
2018
Details
 Chile
Brazil
(Round-robin)
Chile

Argentina
(Round-robin)
Colombia

Note: (Round-robin) represents that the final tournament was held as Round-robin tournament.

Top Four classifications

So far only Bolivia has not yet reached a top four position in a tournament.

Team Titles Runners-up Third-place Fourth Place Total top four
 Brazil 7 (1991, 1995, 1998, 2003, 2010, 2014, 2018) 1 (2006) 8
 Argentina 1 (2006) 3 (1995, 1998, 2003) 1 (2018) 2 (2010, 2014) 7
 Chile 2 (1991, 2018) 2 (1995, 2010) 4
 Colombia 2 (2010, 2014) 1 (2003) 1 (2018) 4
 Ecuador 1 (2014) 2 (1995, 1998) 3
 Peru 1 (1998) 1 (2003) 2
 Uruguay 1 (2006) 1
 Venezuela 1 (1991) 1
 Paraguay 1 (2006) 1

General statistics

Pos Team Part Pld W D L GF GA Dif Pts
1  Brazil 737341221716+201103
2  Argentina 637225109244+4871
3  Colombia 52714585853+547
4  Ecuador 627115114564−1938
5  Paraguay 521111104445−134
6  Chile 72793154663−1730
7  Peru 52364132248−2622
8  Uruguay 52152142163−4217
9  Venezuela 62032151573−5811
10  Bolivia 522221825116−918

Participating nations

Legend
  • 1st – Champions
  • 2nd – Runners-up
  • 3rd – Third place
  • 4th – Fourth place
  • 5th – Fifth place
  • GS – Group stage
  • q – Qualified
  •     — Hosts
Team
1991

1995

1998

2003

2006

2010

2014

2018
Total
 Argentina 2nd2nd2nd1st4th4th3rd7
 Bolivia 5thGSGSGSGSGSGS7
 Brazil 1st1st1st1st2nd1st1st1st8
 Chile 2nd3rdGSGSGS3rdGS2nd8
 Colombia GS3rdGS2nd2nd4th6
 Ecuador 4th4thGSGSGS3rdGS7
 Paraguay GSGS4thGSGSGS6
 Peru 3rd4thGSGSGSGS6
 Uruguay GSGS3rdGSGSGS6
 Venezuela 3rdGSGSGSGSGSGS7

Top scorers

Year Player Team Goals Matches
1991 Adriana  Brazil 4 2
1995 Sissi  Brazil 12 4
1998 Roseli  Brazil 16 6
2003 Marisol Medina  Argentina 7 5
2006 Cristiane  Brazil 12 7
2010 Marta  Brazil 9 7
2014 Cristiane  Brazil 6 7
2018 Catalina Usme  Colombia 9 7

References

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