Copa America will have 16 teams for 2019 edition hosted by Brazil

Posted on March 01, 2018, 11:15 am
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2019 Copa America teams list has not completely released yet however, there are still plenty of times to get started the upcoming season of Copa America. Next season of CA will start in next 2019 which is going to be the 46th season. Total sixteen teams from at least two different confederations will take part there. Among them, ten teams which are from CONMEBOL have already qualified but rest six teams have not qualified yet.

 

The qualified 2019 Copa America teams details have listed below.

2019 Copa America Teams :

  • Brazil (Host) –

    Ederson, Diego Alves, Alisson, Thiago Silva, Gil, Filipe Luis, Jemerson, David Luiz, Rafinha, Marcelo, Marquinhos, Dani Alves. Fernandinho, Renato Augusto, Philippe Coutinho, Willian, Lucas Lima, Casemiro, Oscar, Neymar (Skipper), Roberto Firmino, Douglas Costa, Gabriel Jesus.

  • Argentina –

    Sergio Romero, Nahuel Guzman, Geronimo Rulli, Gabriel Mercado, Javier Pinola, Jonatan Maidana, Federico Fazio, Emanuel Mammana. Jose Luis Gomez, Nicolas Otamendi, Nicolas Tagliafico, Leandro Paredes, Lucas Biglia, Marcos Acuna, Angel Di Maria. Ignacio Fernandez, Ever Banega, Manuel Lanzini, Eduardo Salvio, Joaquín Correa, Alejandro Gomez. Guido Rodriguez, Gonzalo Higuain, Paulo Dybala, Ezequiel Lavezzi, Sergio Aguero, Lionel Messi (Captain).

  • Chile –

    Claudio Bravo (Captain), Cristopher Toselli, Johnny Herrera, Eugenio Mena, Enzo Roco, Mauricio Isla, Paulo Diaz, Jean Beausejour. Gary Medel, Gonzalo Jara, Francisco Silva, Jose Pedro Fuenzalida. Arturo Vidal, Pablo Hernandez, Felipe Gutierrez, Charles Aranguiz, Marcelo Diaz, Alexis Sanchez. Angelo Sagal, Eduardo Vargas, Martin Rodriguez, Leonardo Valencia, Edson Puch.

  • Bolivia –

    Carlos Lampe, Guillermo Vizcarra, Ruben Cordano, Ronald Raldes (Captain), Edward Zenteno, Diego Bejarano, Enrique Flores. Gabriel Valverde, Jose Sagredo, Juan Pablo Aponte, Jordy Candia, Oscar Ribera, Jose Carrasco, Luis Haquim, Jefferson Ibanez, Alejandro Chumacero. Danny Bejarano, Pedro Azogue, Raul Castro, Diego Wayar, Leonel Justiniano, Jose Vargas. Ramiro Vaca, Kevin Farell, Moists Villarroel, Juan Carlos Arce, Gilbert Alvarez, Bruno Miranda, Luis Ali.

  • Colombia –

    David Ospina, Camilo Vargas, Pablo Armero, Cristian Zapata, Santiago Arias, Frank Fabra, Stefan Medina, Yerry Mina, Oscar Murillo. Davinson Sanchez, Carlos Sanchez, Juan Cuadrado, Abel Aguilar, James Rodriguez, Edwin Cardona, Giovanni Moreno, Daniel Torres. Wilmar Barrios, Radamel Falcao, Teofilo Gutierrez, Carlos Bacca, Luis Muriel, Miguel Borja, Jose Izquierdo.

  • Ecuador –

    Maximo Banguera, Esteban Dreer, Hamilton Piedra, Fernando Leon, Luis Caicedo, Pedro Velasco, Robert Arboleda, Dario Aimar, Oscar Bagui. Cristian Ramirez, Gabriel Achilier, Marcos Lopez, Ayrton Preciado, Fernando Gaibor, Juan Cazares, Matias Oyola. Angel Mena, Pedro Quinonez, Gabriel Cortez, Jefferson Orejuela, Marcos Caicedo, Jose Cevallos, Jhon Cifuentes, Fidel Martinez, Enner Valencia.

  • Paraguay –

    Antony Silva, Bernardo Medina, Salustiano Candia, Luis Cardozo, Alan Benitez, Juan Escobar, Gustavo Velazquez, Cristian Riveros, Oscar Romero, Jorge Rojas, Marcos Riveros. Jorge Recalde, Antonio Bareiro, Jesus Medina, Aldo Vera, Nestor Camacho, Santiago Salcedo, Alfio Oviedo.

  • Peru –

    Pedro Gallese, Jose Carvallo, Carlos Caceda, Alberto Rodriguez, Luis Advincula, Christian Ramos, Aldo Corzo, Miguel Trauco, Miguel Araujo, Nilson Loyola, Anderson Santamaria, Yoshimar Yotun, Andre Carrillo, Christian Cueva. Paolo Hurtado, Renato Tapia, Andy Polo, Pedro Aquino, Alexi Gomez, Sergio Pena, Jose Manzaneda, Paolo Guerrero (Captain), Edison Flores, Alexander Succar.

  • Venezuela –

    Alain Baroja, Jose Contreras, Alexander Gonzalez, Jose Manuel Velazquez, Rolf Feltscher, Mikel Villanueva, Pablo Camacho, Rubert Quijada, Yordan Osorio, Jefre Vargas, John Chancellor, Jose Marrufo, Alejandro Guerra, Romulo Otero. Francisco Flores, Arquimedes Figuera, Jhon Murillo, Jacobo Kouffati, Darwin Machis, Junior Moreno, Francisco La Mantia, Aristoteles Romero, Jefferson Savarino, Salomon Rondon, Christian Santos, Edder Farias, Andres Ponce.

  • Uruguay –

    Fernando Muslera, Esteban Conde, Gaston Guruceaga, Maxi Pereira, Martin Caceres, Jose Maria Gimenez, Sebastian Coates, Gaston Silva, Alejandro Silva, Federico Ricca, Cristian Rodriguez, Egidio Arevalo Rios, Alvaro Gonzalez. Carlos Sanchez, Mathias Corujo, Matias Vecino, Nahitan Nandez, Diego Laxalt, Edinson Cavani, Cristhian Stuani, Diego Rolan, Jonathan Urretaviscaya, Diego Godin (Captain), Luis Suarez.

Read More : Copa America 2019 Schedule

According to the above statistics, we have presented the details of qualified CONMEBOL teams. We will update the list when the rest six teams from other confederations will get qualified.