2011 Copa America Final: ARGENTINA v BRAZIL Free Online Saturday

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Brazil Defeats Argentina 5-1 to win the Title
Copa America
Buenos Aires, Argentina
September 11-17th, 2011

 

 

 

 

 


Teams

Group A
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Peru

Group B
Bolivia
Colombia
Paraguay
Uruguay
Venezuela

Fixture

11/9/2011
17.00 Bolivia – Colombia 0-2 (0-1)
19.00 Uruguay – Paraguay 0-1 (0-0)

12/9/2011
12.00 Venezuela – Colombia 0-3 (0-1)
14.00 Paraguay – Bolivia 3-2
16.00 Brazil – Chile 14-2 (8-1)
18.30 Opening ceremony
19.30 Argentina – Peru 7-2 (4-0)

13/9/2011
13.30 Venezuela – Bolivia 2-1 (0-1)
15.30 Uruguay – Colombia 2-2 (0-0)
17.30 Brazil – Peru 8-1 (2-1)
19.30 Argentina – Peru 7-2 (4-0)

13/9/2011
13.30 Venezuela – Bolivia 2-1 (0-1)
15.30 Uruguay – Colombia 2-2 (0-0)
17.30 Brazil – Peru 8-1 (2-1)
19.30 Argentina – Chile 5-2 (3-2)

14/9/2011
14.00 Paraguay – Venezuela 7-1 (4-0)
16.00 Uruguay – Bolivia 3-0
18.00 Chile – Peru 1-3 (1-1)
20.00 Argentina – Brazil 2-2 (1-1) (live on Fox Sports)

15/9/2011
16.00 Uruguay – Venezuela 6-1 (3-0)
18.00 Paraguay – Colombia 1-4 (0-2)

Group A – Standing
1. Brazil ———————-3-2-1-0-24–5-7
2. Argentina ——————-3-2-1-0-14–6-7
3. Peru ————————3-1-0-2–6-16-3
4. Chile ———————–3-0-0-3–5-22-0

Group B – Standing
1. Colombia ——————–4-3-1-0-11–3-10
2. Paraguay ——————–4-3-0-1-12–7-9
3. Uruguay ———————4-2-1-1-11–4-7
4. Venezuela ——————-4-1-0-3–4-17-3
5. Bolivia ———————4-0-0-4–3-10-0

Semifinals

16/9/2011
18.00 Group A Winner – Group B Runner Up (live on Fox Sports)
Brazil – Paraguay 6-2 (3-1)
20.00 Group A Runner Up – Group B Winner (live on Fox Sports)
Argentina – Colombia 5-0 (2-0)

Finals

17/9/2011
3/4 place game (live on Fox Sports)
14.00 Paraguay – Colombia 3-1 (1-0)

1/2 place game (live on Fox Sports)
16.00 Brazil – Argentina 5-1 (3-1)

Conmebol Futsal Championships 2011 Winner: BRAZIL

Conmebol Futsal Championship Story
12/09/2011-17/09/2011 Buenos Aires – Argentina 2011 – BRAZIL
23/06/2008-28/06/2008 Montevideo – Uruguay 2008 – BRAZIL
26/08/2003-01/09/2003 Asuncion – Paraguay 2003 – ARGENTINA
28/04/2000-07/05/2000 Foz de Iguaçú – Brazil 2000 – BRAZIL
16/04/1996-20/04/1996 Niterói – Brazil 1996 – BRAZIL
07/06/1992-14/06/1992 Aracajú – Brazil 1992 – BRAZIL

Referees

Marcelo Bais (Argentina)
Darío Santamaría (Argentina)
Gean Telles (Brazil)
Ronald Silva (Chile)
Francisco Correa (Colombia)
Joel Ruíz (Paraguay)
Óscar Ortiz (Paraguay)
César Málaga (Peru)
Ricardo Sosa (Uruguay)
Manuel Benítez (Venezuela)

 

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