The 2018 FIFA World Cup won't be underway for another three years, but qualifying time is here. 10 South American nations will be fighting for the right to compete in the biggest soccer tournament in the world.
Lionel Messi isn't the only all-time great soccer player not to have won the Copa America championship. Here, we take a look at some of the best players in soccer history never to win the Copa America.
The new FIFA world soccer rankings have officially been released. Huge surprises, disappointments and moves are listed. Damon Salvadore takes an in depth look at some of the biggest snubs and surprises.
The Copa America Final will take place on Saturday with Chile and Argentina comprising the dream final.
What makes this final so exciting is the pressure both sides face. Chile is the host nation, while Argentina will see if last year's loss at the World Cup Final will prove a rallying point to overcome the choking label often associated with this team.
In many ways Argentina is arguably the favorite, entering the final with more veteran experience and the best player on the planet. Here are a few reasons why Argentina will likely come away with the win.
Chile and Argentina have now played five games and it is increasingly becoming clear which players are in contention to come away with the Golden Ball as the tournament MVP.
On one side, one candidate has run away with the vote, while the other team has a bevy of candidates that make it a more complex situation. Here is a look at who the Golden Ball contenders are.
Argentina finally broke offensively, destroying Paraguay 6-1 to advance to the Copa America Finals for the first time since 2007.
Argentina had scored just four goals in their opening four games, but had dominated opponents thoroughly throughout and looked primed for a major breakout.
Here are a few reasons why Argentina finally dominated the opposition and is a finalist in this tournament.
Chile has made it to the championship game of the Copa America, South America's biggest soccer tournament. They are also the host nation. Damon Salvadore takes an in depth look at Chile's history as the host nation at the Copa America.
Colombia may have made it to the Copa America quarterfinals but few would consider the effort a success. If anything Colombia's campaign, which commenced with dreams of a championship run, ended in utter ignominy.
That embarrassment was highlighted by one statistic - one goal.
The Copa America is now two rounds in the books and there are now four teams left. The playing field for the MVP award known as the Golden Ball has been narrowed. Who has been the top star in the Copa America to date?