The hardest tournament in the world2019-03-18
The CONMEBOL Copa America characteristics make it a high-level tournament and difficult to win
In less than 100 days, the continent will vibrate with the CONMEBOL Copa América and here, we will tell you which 5 reasons are why not only is the oldest tournament in the world, but also the most difficult to play and win.
The tournament system
The groups stage of the CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019 will let you watch high level matches and will be potentiated by the national teams guests as Qatar, champion of the last Asian Cup and Japan, the vice champion. Duels such as Argentina – Colombia, Peru – Brazil, or Chile – Uruguay, to name a few, will make the first round vibrate the continent.
The 50 percent of the national teams participating in the CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019 are placed in the top 20 places of the last FIFA ranking. Brazil, third and Uruguay, seventh, are the best South American teams in this ranking, which shows the high level of competitiveness that the tournament will have.
The South American Fans are characterized by its passion which they live the football and especially when they have to support their team. Songs, painted faces, costumes, everything that is essential to show their love and passion for the team and the players, as has already been demonstrated in the previous editions of the CONMEBOL Copa América.
South America has great rivalries recognized throughout the world. El Superclásico de las Americas as the duel between Brazil and Argentina is known, El Clásico del Río de la Plata, as the match between Uruguay and Argentina is called, as well as the classic one that represents the duel between Brazil vs. Uruguay are some of the most important confrontations in the continent. In addition, the duels between Colombia and Venezuela, known as the Clásico de la Frontera, or the rivalry between Ecuador and Peru, or the ‘Clásico del PacÃfico’, as Peru vs Chile is known, are rivalries that undoubtedly awaken the passion of fans.
The best in the world on the Continent
From South America are several of the biggest football players in the world and the CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019 could afford to have many of them: Neymar and Alisson Becker in Brazil, Lionel Messi and Sergio Kun AgÃ¼ero in Argentina, Luis Suárez and Édison Cavani in Uruguay, James RodrÃguez and Falcao Garcí in Colombia, Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sánchez in Chile, they are not only some of the most important players in world football, but their possible presence in Brazil is a great letter of presentation that could ensure the show in the tournament.