After 30 years playing the cup outside their country, Brazil once again hosted the tournament in 2019. Despite the absence of one of its greatest references such as Neymar, it manages to be crowned champion and obtain its ninth title in this competition. The last time they had accomplished this feat was at the 2007 Copa América in Venezuela, featuring Robinho, the competition’s top scorer with 6 goals.

With a consolidated squad that mixes youth and experience, the “Canarinha” with Tite at leadership will go for its best performance with the aim of lifting the CONMEBOL Copa América 2021 and reaching her tenth trophy in the competition.