Copa America 2020 was Postponed due to coronavirus

The 2020 Copa America, South America’s local global rivalry, has been deferred until the late spring of 2021, CONMEBOL reported. The news comes similarly as Euro 2020 was deferred until the following summer on account of the coronavirus pandemic.

After a definite examination of the circumstance in regards to the world and local advancement of the coronavirus (COVID19), and with the suggestions made by global associations in the field of open bealth to avoid potential risk, CONMEBOL reports the deferment of the 47th release of the CONMEBOL Copa América to the dates of June 11 to July 11, 2021.

The 2020 release was set to be held in Argentina and Colombia, denoting the first run through the competition included different host countries since 1983. With the competition deferred, the gatherings, groups and organization will continue as before. The competition will currently start on June 11, 2021 and close on July 11, 2021.

Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Uruguay, Chile and Paraguay make up Group A. Colombia, Brazil, Qatar, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru make up Group B. Australia and Qatar are the welcomed visitors for this release of the competition.

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