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  • Argentina are favorites to repeat as winners in 2024, followed by Brazil, Uruguay, and Colombia
  • Track the odds movement of each team leading up to and throughout the tournament

The 48th edition of the CONMEBOL Copa America is being hosted by the United States, from Thursday, June 20th to Sunday, July 14.  We are tracking the odds movement of all 16 nations participating in the tournament. The graphs below are generated by calculating the average from a selection of the most trusted sportsbooks.

This year’s edition of the tournament features 16 nations, made up of the 10 CONMEBOL members and 6 CONCACAF nations who qualified for the tournament.

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2024 Copa América Odds

Country Odds
Argentina -170
Colombia +130

Odds as of July 10 at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Odds movement notes on the 2024 Copa America taken over the course of the tournament include:

  • [Jul 10] – At -170, Argentina continue to be heavy favorites as we head into the Copa America final. They’ll be up against Colombia, who are priced at +130 to win their first title since 2001 & second overall.
  • [Jul 8] – The Copa America semifinalists are largely status quo, with Argentina (-125), Uruguay (+260), and Colombia (+350) all still in the mix. The one anomaly is Canada (+2500), the debutante invitees who advanced past Group B winners Venezuela via penalty kicks.
  • [Jul 2] – With host USA and neighbor Mexico both crashing out in the group stage, only four remaining teams are seen as credible threats to win Copa America 2024: Argentina (+130), Brazil (+250), Uruguay (+550), and Colombia (+650). Fifth-favorite Ecuador is a +2200 longshot.
  • [Jun 30] – USA and Mexico are both on the verge of elimination entering the final round of group-stage games. Both teams’ odds to win the 2024 Copa America title have faded to +2500.
  • [Jun 10] – To the shock of no one, 2019 Copa & 2022 World Cup winners Argentina (+175) enter the ’24 edition as favorites to win a record 16th title. La Selección are followed closely behind by Brazil (+225) and Uruguay (+500). Six CONCACAF teams have been invited as guests for this year’s tournament, led by Mexico (+1100) and the host United States (+1200).

2024 Copa America Odds By Group

The participating nations are split into four groups of four teams each:

Group A – Argentina, Canada, Chile & Peru
Group B – Ecuador, Jamaica, Mexico & Venezuela
Group C – Bolivia, Panama, United States & Uruguay
Group D – Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica & Paraguay

Only the winners and runners-up will advance from the group stage matches to the knockout round. The remaining eight teams will then battle through single-game rounds, all the way to the final on July 14th in Miami, FL.

Recent CONMEBOL Copa América Winners

Year Country
2021 Argentina
2019 Brazil
2016 Chile
2015 Chile
2011 Uruguay
2007 Brazil
2004 Brazil
2001 Colombia
1999 Brazil
1997 Brazil
1995 Uruguay

Originating in 1916, the CONMEBOL tournament originally took place every year, before switching between biennial & quadrennial celebrations over the years.

The 2016 event featured a special, extra edition of the tournament, commemorating its 100th year. The Copa América Centenario included an expanded field of 16 teams instead of 12, with six CONCACAF nations receiving an invitation.

Most Copa América Titles

Country Number of Titles
Argentina 15
Uruguay 15
Brazil 9
Chile 2
Paraguay 2
Peru 2
Bolivia 1
Colombia 1

Chile won back-to-back titles by winning in 2015 and winning the Copa América Centenario in penalties against Argentina. And while Brazil won their ninth championship in 2019, neither of these nations hold the record for most Copa America titles. That honor is shared by Uruguay (15) and Argentina (15), who have historically dominated the tournament.

Before winning the 2021 edition, Argentina were mired in a title drought, having not won the Copa title since 1993. However, Lionel Messi & La Albiceleste would parlay their ’21 triumph into a win at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Archived Copa América Odds: 2021, 2019

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