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  • Copa America (CONMEBOL) 2007, winners, the Brazilian national team won the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup in South Africa.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • That's why the best possible thing for U.S. soccer may be combining CONCACAF and its equivalent in South America CONMEBOL into one confederation of the Americas.

    A Plan to Improve U.S. Soccer

  • A merger would mean that one of the two presidents, either CONMEBOL's Nicolas Leoz or CONCACAF'S Jack Warner , would lose some clout.

    A Plan to Improve U.S. Soccer

  • With its 10 members, CONMEBOL is the smallest confederation, but it's filled with the game's historical and current heavyweights: Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and others.

    A Plan to Improve U.S. Soccer

  • Since 1989, the other eight countries in CONMEBOL, South America's soccer governing body, have won just six of 68 matches against Brazil and Argentina in the event.

    Could This Year's Copa Be Different?

  • Its many supporters in the Northeast seem more likely to attend the friendly against CONMEBOL rival Ecuador on Friday night at Red Bull Arena.

    U.S. national soccer team ticket update for friendlies against Poland at Soldier Field and Colombia at PPL Park

  • Uruguay are currently in fifth place in the CONMEBOL standings with 13 points.

    Uruguay Callup For Key Matchups

  • It's an association soccer tournament for national teams, currently held every four years and between the winners of each of the six FIFA confederation championships (CAF, CONMEBOL, UEFA, AFC, OFC, CONCACAF), along with the FIFA World Cup winner and the host country, to bring the number of teams up to eight.

    The US National Soccer Team Wins in the Confederation Cup

  • For years, (Thanks, Anonymous) CONCACAF has been sending its clubs to higher-prestige CONMEBOL tournaments like the Copa Libertadores (it's like the CL, even the initials match) and the Copa Sudamericana, which is the Europa Cup equivalent in South America.

    CONCACAF drops Copa Sudamericana

  • So in actuality that was the first time a CONCACAF club team was represented in an important CONMEBOL tournament, not 2005.

    CONCACAF drops Copa Sudamericana

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  • CONMEBOL is a regional fútbol federation. The name comes from CONfederacíon sudaMEricana de fútBOL.

    September 16, 2015