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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Argentina and Colombia win bid as co-host 2020 Copa America.

 Argentina and Colombia win bid as co-host 2020 Copa America.




Argentina and Colombia have won the bid and selected as co-host for Copa America 2020 after the proposal rejection of United State Soccer Federation on Wednesday in Miami official meeting of CONMEBOL.



Argentina and Colombia win bid and awarded to host the 2020 Copa America.




The next edition of the Copa America tournament, usually played by all 10 South American nations and at least two invited guests, is due to be held in Brazil in June.

 The 2020 tournament would be the fourth Copa America in six years after Chile (2015), a special centenary edition in the United States in 2016, and Brazil (2019).



 It “rejected expressions of interest and proposals received by the United States, Australia, and commercial agencies Dentsu and IMG,” it said in a statement.


 A source told Reuters that CONMEBOL would still extend invitations for the 2020 tournament to Mexico and the United States.

 The tournament is likely to have 16 participants, with two groups of four in both Colombia and Argentina. Each nation would host one semi-final and the final would be played in Argentina.


Argentina last held the tournament in 2011, while Colombia were hosts most recently in 2001.




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