Activities Sports & Athletics Which Teams Have Won the America Cup? Share PINTEREST Email Print Tim Clayton - Corbis/Contributor/Getty Images Sports & Athletics Soccer Soccer Culture Basics Playing & Coaching Soccer Players Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Stewart Coggin Stewart Coggin has written about the sport of soccer since 2002. He is an expert, and his articles appear on many sports websites. our editorial process Stewart Coggin Updated May 31, 2019 Copa America is the oldest international continental soccer (association football) competition, held since 1910. This championship is held at times annually, every two years, every three years, or every four years. Copa America, or the America Cup, is the championship of South American Football Confederation, or CONMEBOL. CONMEBOL is one of the six continental federations that comprise FIFA, which runs the World Cup and is the world governing the body of association football. In Copa America, the ten CONMEBOL teams compete with two additional invited teams, which may include teams from North America and Asia. Until 1975, this competition was known as the South American Football Championship. Past Winners of Copa America Uruguay has the most Copa America titles with 15, followed closely by Argentina with 14 wins. Brazil has won the cup eight times, while Paraguay, Peru, and Chile each have a pair of titles. Bolivia and Colombia have each won once. Here's a look at the past winners of the Copa America and its predecessor, the South American Football Championship. 2016 Chile 0-0 in extra time over Argentina 2015 Chile 0-0 in extra time over Argentina 2011 Uruguay 3-0 over Paraguay 2007 Brazil 3-0 over Argentina 2004 Brazil 2-2 over Argentina (Brazil won 4-2 on penalties) 2001 Colombia 1-0 over Mexico 1999 Brazil 3-0 over Uruguay 1997 Brazil 3-1 over Bolivia 1995 Uruguay 1-1 over Brazil (Uruguay won 5-3 on penalties) 1993 Argentina 2-1 Mexico 1991 Argentina - League Format 1989 Brazil - League Format 1987 Uruguay 1-0 over Chile 1983 Uruguay 3-1 over Brazil 1979 Paraguay 3-1 over Chile 1975 Peru 4-1 over Colombia South American Championship Era 1967 Uruguay - League Format 1963 Bolivia - League Format 1959 Uruguay - League Format 1959 Argentina - League Format 1957 Argentina - League Format 1956 Uruguay - League Format 1955 Argentina - League Format 1953 Paraguay 3-2 over Brazil 1949 Brazil 7-0 over Paraguay 1947 Argentina - League Format 1946 Argentina - League Format 1945 Argentina - League Format 1942 Uruguay - League Format 1941 Argentina - League Format 1939 Peru - League Format 1937 Argentina 2-0 over Brazil 1935 Uruguay - League Format 1929 Argentina - League Format 1927 Argentina - League Format 1926 Uruguay - League Format 1925 Argentina - League Format 1924 Uruguay - League Format 1923 Uruguay - League Format 1922 Brazil 3-1 over Paraguay 1921 Argentina - League Format 1920 Uruguay - League Format 1919 Brazil - League Format 1917 Uruguay - League Format 1916 Uruguay - League Format 1910 Argentina - League Format Women's Copa America The women's version of the competition, Copa America Femenina, has been contested since 1991. Unlike the men's tournament, the Copa America Femenina is consistently held every four years. Competition is limited to the ten CONMEBOL member national teams. Brazil has won seven of the eight Copa America Femenina competitions. They won in 1991, 1995, 1998, 2003, 2010, 2014, and 2018. Argentina won the competition in 2006.