United States Hosting the 100th Copa America

Kyle Hoganson

Will Pruitt, Staff

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This June, the United States National Soccer Team will host the “Copa America” for the tournament’s 100th anniversary. Traditionally, the tournament is held in South America, but this year it will be in the United States. The tournament holds four groups with four teams in each group. The top two teams of each group advance to the quarter-finals. A team receives 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, and 0 points for a loss. USA is in group A with Columbia, Costa Rica, and Paraguay in, what many consider to be, the group of death. If the United States make it out of the group stage they will play the winner of group B.

 

The groups are as follows:

 

Group A:

U.S.A.

Columbia

Costa Rica

Paraguay

 

Group B:

Brazil

Ecuador

Haiti

Peru

 

Group C:

Mexico

Uruguay

Jamaica

Venezuela

 

Group D:

Argentina

Chile

Panama

Bolivia

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