2019 Copa América Final

The 2019 Copa América Final was a football match that took place on 7 July 2019 at the Estádio do Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to determine the winner of the 2019 Copa América. The match featured Brazil, the tournament hosts, and Peru, in their first final since 1975.[2][3][4]

Brazil won the final 3–1 for their ninth Copa América title, and their first since 2007.[5]

2019 Copa América Final
Estádio Maracanã 1
The Estádio do Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro hosted the final.
Event2019 Copa América
Brazil Peru
Brazil Peru
3 1
Date7 July 2019
VenueEstádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro
Man of the MatchEverton (Brazil)[1]
RefereeRoberto Tobar (Chile)

Route to the final

Brazil Round Peru
Opponents Result Group stage Opponents Result
 Bolivia 3–0 Match 1  Venezuela 0–0
 Venezuela 0–0 Match 2  Bolivia 3–1
 Peru 5–0 Match 3  Brazil 0–5
Group A winners
Pos Team Pld Pts
1  Brazil (H) 3 7
2  Venezuela 3 5
3  Peru 3 4
4  Bolivia 3 0
(H) Host.
Final standings Group A third place
Pos Team Pld Pts
1  Brazil (H) 3 7
2  Venezuela 3 5
3  Peru 3 4
4  Bolivia 3 0
(H) Host.
Opponents Result Knockout stage Opponents Result
 Paraguay 0–0 (4–3 p) Quarter-finals  Uruguay 0–0 (5–4 p)
 Argentina 2–0 Semi-finals  Chile 3–0



Brazil 3–1 Peru
GK 1 Alisson
RB 13 Dani Alves (c)
CB 4 Marquinhos
CB 2 Thiago Silva Yellow card 53'
LB 12 Alex Sandro
CM 8 Arthur
CM 5 Casemiro
RW 9 Gabriel Jesus Yellow card 30' Yellow-red card 70'
AM 11 Philippe Coutinho Substituted off 77'
LW 19 Everton Substituted off 90+3'
CF 20 Roberto Firmino Substituted off 75'
FW 21 Richarlison Yellow card 90+1' Substituted in 75'
DF 14 Éder Militão Substituted in 77'
MF 15 Allan Substituted in 90+3'
BRA-PER 2019-07-07
GK 1 Pedro Gallese
RB 17 Luis Advíncula Yellow card 84'
CB 15 Carlos Zambrano Yellow card 68'
CB 2 Luis Abram
LB 6 Miguel Trauco
CM 13 Renato Tapia Yellow card 49' Substituted off 82'
CM 19 Yoshimar Yotún Substituted off 78'
RW 20 Edison Flores
AM 8 Christian Cueva
LW 18 André Carrillo Substituted off 86'
CF 9 Paolo Guerrero (c)
FW 11 Raúl Ruidíaz Substituted in 78'
MF 23 Christofer Gonzáles Substituted in 82'
FW 14 Andy Polo Substituted in 86'
Argentina Ricardo Gareca

Man of the Match:
Everton (Brazil)[1]

Assistant referees:[6]
Christian Schiemann (Chile)
Claudio Ríos (Chile)
Fourth official:
Alexis Herrera (Venezuela)
Video assistant referee:
Julio Bascuñán (Chile)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Nicolás Gallo (Colombia)
Alexander Guzmán (Colombia)

Match rules[7]

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Maximum of twelve named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions, with a fourth allowed in extra time.


Brazil Peru
Goals scored 3 1
Total shots 12 7
Shots on target 3 2
Ball possession 54% 46%
Fouls committed 25 21
Yellow cards 2 3
Red cards 1 0
Offsides 0 0
Corner kicks 3 4
Saves 1 0


  1. ^ a b "Man of the Match". copaamerica.com. CONMEBOL. Retrieved 29 June 2019.
  2. ^ "CONMEBOL y Comité Organizador Local definen calendario de la CONMEBOL Copa América Brasil 2019" [CONMEBOL and Local Organizing Committee define the calendar of the CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019] (in Spanish). CONMEBOL.com. 18 December 2018. Retrieved 18 December 2018.
  3. ^ "Firmino and Jesus strike as Brazil sink Argentina in Copa América semi-final". Guardian. 2 July 2019. Retrieved 3 July 2019.
  4. ^ "Peru set up Brazil clash in Copa América final after resounding win over Chile". Guardian. 4 July 2019. Retrieved 4 July 2019.
  5. ^ "Brazil end Copa América drought with victory over Peru in final". theguardian.com. Guardian News & Media Limited. 7 July 2019. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
  6. ^ https://copaamericacom.wpcomstaging.com/wp-content/uploads/04_07_19-Designaciones-CA-VFinal.pdf
  7. ^ "CONMEBOL Copa América Brasil 2019: Reglamento" [CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019: Regulations] (PDF) (in Spanish). CONMEBOL. 26 April 2019. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2 May 2019. Retrieved 29 April 2019.
  8. ^ "Brazil vs Peru - Football Match Stats - July 7, 2019 - ESPN".

External links

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Alex Sandro Lobo Silva, or simply Alex Sandro (born 26 January 1991), is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a left-back for Italian club Juventus and the Brazil national team.

At club level, Alex Sandro began his career with Atletico Paranaense, and later also played for Santos on loan. In 2011, he joined Porto for €9.6 million, alongside teammate and countryman Danilo, who plays as a right back. He joined Juventus in 2015, winning the domestic double in his first three seasons.

At international level, Alex Sandro also plays for the Brazil national football team, for which he has gained over 10 caps so far. At youth level, he also represented the Brazil national under-20 football team, winning both the South American Youth Championship and the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2011, as well as the Brazil national under-23 football team, with which he won a silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics. He was later also part of the Brazil squad that won the 2019 Copa América.

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Born in Goiânia, he began his career at Grêmio winning the Copa Libertadores in 2017 and Campeonato Gaúcho in 2018. In his three years at Grêmio, Arthur established himself as a prospect which led Barcelona to sign him for an initial fee of €31 million in 2018.Arthur made his senior debut for Brazil in 2018 after previously being capped by Brazil youth team at under-17 level. He was later part of the squad that won the 2019 Copa América.

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After winning 21 caps and scoring seven goals at youth level, including reaching the final of the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup and winning an Olympic gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics, Jesus made his senior debut for Brazil in September 2016, and was part of the squad that took part at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, later also winning the 2019 Copa América.

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