Copa America
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Oddspedia Copa America Summary- Find the best betting odds, latest scores and league tables in one place!



Copa America football competition was established in 1916. It has been known as South American Football Championship until 1975. The main competition has 12 or 16 teams, mostly from South American countries that include Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Brazil, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador, among others. Other countries that have been invited to participate in include Australia, Costa Rica, Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, Qatar, Japan and Panama among others. In the competition, groups compete within three groups of four teams each. Then three teams are seeded according to FIFA rankings, the host and at random depending on the pots assigned.

Copa America Fixtures and Standings Information on Oddspedia

In the group stage, the top two teams head to the knockout stage where there must be a winner. Teams are selected for the stage using points. Where there is a tie, they check the goal difference. Teams that win the knock out stages meet at quarter-finals then semi-finals until the winner is known in the finals. Copa America takes place within a month, usually from around 14th June to about 10th July. 

At Oddspedia, you get a full Copa America Table and changes in position after every game played. There is also a list of Copa America Fixtures along with the exact time each game would be starting. If you are not watching a match, you could follow it and bet on it live at the Copa America livescores page. The section also allows you to bet for the games live. It has several markets and good odds too.

Copa America Betting Odds

Copa America Odds Comparison

If you are making a bet on any game in Copa America, you need to increase your chances of winning by doing a good analysis of the teams in play and not just wait for luck to be on your side. The Oddspedia Copa America odds comparison feature allows you to place teams side to side and see how they have performed in the past. You can also filter the historical Copa America results to either home or away and see the performance of each team over the years. With this knowledge, you can make an informed decision.

The comparison tool can be used with other tools on the platform to refine your predictions better. One of such tools is the dropping odds tool. It gives you a list of games where the odds for a given team have been going down. This shows that opinions for the possible win are favouring the team in question. In addition, you will find logos of the bookmakers with the best Copa America odds for any selection that you make. This helps you increase your earnings should the team in question win the match. There are several other tools on the platform that you can use with the comparison tool. You can also find suggestions for the likely result of the games in question at the odds section.

Copa America Winner and Relegation Odds

While in Copa America teams are not relegated, you will still find great odds for teams that are top or bottom positions in the Copa America table. Oddspedia provides a list of bookmakers with the best odds on any game. You can use the platform to check the Copa America standings of any team that you may be interested in. You can play in any of the available markets that include correct scores, 1x2 markets, half time/full-time games, over and under and handicap markets, among others. Results for each of the teams is shown alongside the game details of on pre-match and livescores section. The odds vary from one team to the other and as per the game. Different markets have different odds as per the amount of risk involved.

Copa America FAQs

When does the Copa America season start?

The Copa America season starts at around the second week of June to the Second Week of July

How many teams are in Copa America?

There are 12 to 16 teams that play in Copa America. The difference is brought about by the invited countries.

When does the Copa America season finish?

The Copa America season closes in the second week of July

When does Copa America Transfer window close?

The Copa America Transfer Window closes at the end of February at varying dates, depending on the countries in the tournament.

Who is Copa America Top scorer favorite?

The top scorer for the most recent Copa America tournament is Everton from Brazil. He scored three goals and one assist at 114 minutes per goal.

Where can you watch Copa America matches?

You can watch Copa America from various outlets online and on TV. There are sports TV stations across South America, the United States and around that show the tournament, including Supersport, Fox Sports and Premier Sports. You can also stream live from sites such as bet365.

How many matches are played in Copa America?

There are 26 matches played in the Copa America season.

Where can you bet on Copa America?

You can bet on Copa America with various bookmakers that include LVBET, 1XBet, Marathon bet, Bet365, Sbobet and LSbet, among others.

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