Copa América 2004


Copa América 2004

Infobox International Football Competition
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year =
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size = 250px
caption = Official logo of the Copa America 2004
country = Peru
dates = July 6 - July 25
num_teams = 12
confederations = 2
venues = 7
cities = 7
champion = BRA
count = 7
second = ARG
third = URU
fourth = COL
matches = 26
goals = 78
attendance =
top_scorer = Adriano Leite Ribeiro (7)
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The Copa América 2004 was a football tournament held in Peru, from July 6 to July 25, 2004. It was organised by CONMEBOL, South America's football governing body, and won by Brazil in a shootout over Argentina. Notably, this made Brazil the first country to hold the World Cup and Copa América simultaneously.

There is no qualifying tournament for the final tournament. Conmebol's 10 South American countries participated, along with two more invited countries, making a total of twelve teams competing in the tournament.

The two invited countries for this edition of the Copa América were Mexico and Costa Rica.

Venues

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date = July 7, 2004
team1 = fb-rt|Mexico
score = 2 – 2
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team2 = fb|Uruguay
goals1 = Osorio goal|45
Pardo goal|69
goals2 = Bueno goal|43
Montero goal|88
stadium = Estadio Elias Aguirre, Chiclayo
attendance =
referee = Gilberto Hidalgo (Peru)
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date = July 7, 2004
team1 = fb-rt|Argentina
score = 6 – 1
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team2 = fb|Ecuador
goals1 = Kily González goal|5|pen
Saviola goal|64 goal|75 goal|79
D'Alessandro goal|84
Gonzalez goal|90
goals2 = Delgado goal|62
stadium = Estadio Elias Aguirre, Chiclayo
attendance =
referee = Carlos Amarilla (Paraguay)
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date = July 10, 2004
team1 = fb-rt|Uruguay
score = 2 – 1
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team2 = fb|Ecuador
goals1 = Forlán goal|61
Bueno goal|78
goals2 = Salas goal|73
stadium = Estadio Elias Aguirre, Chiclayo
attendance =
referee = Gustavo Brand (Venezuela)
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date = July 10, 2004
team1 = fb-rt|Argentina
score = 0 – 1
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team2 = fb|Mexico
goals1 =
goals2 = Morales goal|8
stadium = Estadio Elias Aguirre, Chiclayo
attendance =
referee = Márcio Rezende (Brazil)
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date = July 13, 2004
team1 = fb-rt|Mexico
score = 2 – 1
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team2 = fb|Ecuador
goals1 = Altamirano goal|23|pen
Bautista goal|42
goals2 = Delgado goal|71
stadium = Estadio Miguel Grau, Piura
attendance =
referee = Eduardo Lecca (Peru)
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date = July 13, 2004
team1 = fb-rt|Argentina
score = 4 – 2
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team2 = fb|Uruguay
goals1 = Kily González goal|19 Figueroa goal|20 goal|89
Ayala goal|80
goals2 = Estoyanoff goal|7
Sánchez goal|38
stadium = Estadio Miguel Grau, Piura
attendance =
referee = Rubén Selman (Chile)

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