2019 Copa América Odds Tracker
- See the most recent 2019 Copa América odds for all 12 teams
- Isolate each team or compare them to others trending in the same direction
- Track each team’s odds movement leading up to and during the tournament which takes place from June 14 – July 7, 2019
We are tracking the odds for each of the 12 nations participating in this summer’s 2019 Copa América tournament in Brazil.
The graphs below are generated by averaging the odds from multiple sources and will be updated throughout the tournament.
Copa América Top Contenders
The tournament features 10 South American nations along with guest participants Japan and Qatar.
The top two teams from each group will advance to the knockout stages along with the two best third-place teams.
Here are some more notes on the movement from the major contenders for Copa América 2019:
- [July 5] Brazil and Peru are set to meet in Sunday’s final with the Brazilians huge -700 favorites to lift the trophy on home soil.
- [July 1] After narrowly defeating Paraguay in penalties, Brazil are into the semis and are now odds-on to win the tournament with average odds of -130.
- [June 25] With the group stage complete Brazil are now even-money favorites. Colombia’s average odds have shortened from +830 to +500 since the tournament began, while Argentina has drifted to +550 from +370. Each of the top eight teams has advanced.
- [June 13] Chile’s odds have lengthened slightly just prior to tournament kick off, now at an average of +1200 from +1000 on June 3.
- [June 3] Brazil’s odds continue to shorten down to +110.
- [May 14] Uruguay’s odds have begun to shorten moving from +750 to +630.
- [April 16] Odds remain unchanged since opening with Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Colombia still among the top four favorites.
- [February 14] Host nation Brazil open as strong favorites to win the 46th edition of the tournament.
2019 Copa América Odds
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*Odds taken 7/5/19
Copa América Odds By Group
With 12 teams split across three groups, Brazil opens with the shortest odds from Group A, while Argentina have the shortest among Group B teams.
When it comes to Group C, World Cup quarterfinalists Uruguay open with the shortest odds in their group. However two-time defending champs Chile are not far behind.
Invitees Qatar, who are hosting the 2022 World Cup, are seen as massive underdogs with odds of +8000.
Recent Copa América Winners
The CONMEMOL tournament typically takes place every four years with Chile winning on home soil in 2015.
However, 2016 featured a special extra edition of the tournament which was in its 100th year. The Copa América Centenario included an expanded field of 16 teams instead of 12, with six nations getting the invite from CONCACAF.
Most Copa América Titles
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Though Chile again won the Copa América Centenario version of the tournament by defeating Argentina in penalties, it is Uruguay and Argentina who have historically dominated the tournament. However La Albiceleste are mired in a drought, having not won the title since 1993.
Brazil, with eight titles, will be looking to win for the first time since 2007.