List of Copa América penalty shoot-outs

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This is a list of all penalty shoot-outs that have occurred in the Copa América.

Complete list[edit]

Key
  • Penalty scored = scored penalty
  • Penalty missed = missed penalty
  • gold background = scored penalty which ended the shoot-out
  • red background = missed penalty which ended the shoot-out
  • silver background = the first penalty in the shoot-out
  • horizontal line within a list of takers = beginning of the sudden death stage
Penalty shoot-outs in the Copa América
# Event Winners F Losers Penalties Winning team Losing team Round Date & Venue R
S M T GK Takers Takers GK
1. 1993,
Ecuador
 Colombia 1–1  Uruguay 5–3 0–1 5–4 Córdoba Asprilla Penalty scored
Mendoza Penalty scored
Valderrama Penalty scored
W.Pérez Penalty scored
Valencia Penalty scored
Penalty scored Pelletti
Penalty scored Saralegui
Penalty missed Moas
Penalty scored Siboldi
Siboldi Quarter-finals 26 June,
Guayaquil
(Estadio Monumental)
[1]
2.  Argentina 1–1  Brazil 6–5 0–1 6–6 Goycochea Gorosito Penalty scored
Simeone Penalty scored
L.Rodríguez Penalty scored
Acosta Penalty scored
Medina Penalty scored

Borelli Penalty scored

Penalty scored Zinho
Penalty scored Cafu
Penalty scored Müller
Penalty scored Roberto Carlos
Penalty scored Luisinho

Penalty missed Boiadeiro

Zetti 27 June,
Guayaquil
(Estadio Monumental)
3.  Argentina 0–0  Colombia 6–5 0–1 6–6 Goycochea Gorosito Penalty scored
Batistuta Penalty scored
Simeone Penalty scored
L.Rodríguez Penalty scored
Acosta Penalty scored

Borelli Penalty scored

Penalty scored Rincón
Penalty scored Asprilla
Penalty scored Mendoza
Penalty scored W.Pérez
Penalty scored Valderrama

Penalty missed Aristizábal

Córdoba Semi-finals 1 July,
Guayaquil
(Estadio Monumental)
4. 1995,
Uruguay
 Colombia 1–1  Paraguay 5–4 0–1 5–5 Higuita Rincón Penalty scored
Mendoza Penalty scored
Arboleda Penalty scored
Cabrera Penalty scored
Asprilla Penalty scored
Penalty scored Jara
Penalty scored Acuña
Penalty scored Samaniego
Penalty scored Denis
Penalty missed Gamarra
Battaglia Quarter-finals 16 July,
Montevideo
(Estadio Centenario)
[2]
5.  United States 0–0  Mexico 4–1 0–2 4–3 Friedel Wynalda Penalty scored
Moore Penalty scored
Caligiuri Penalty scored
Klopas Penalty scored
Penalty scored L.García
Penalty missed Hermosillo
Penalty missed Coyote
Campos 17 July,
Paysandú
(Estadio Parque Artigas)
6.  Brazil 2–2  Argentina 4–2 1–2 5–4 Taffarel Roberto Carlos Penalty scored
Túlio Penalty scored
Cruz Penalty missed
Dunga Penalty scored
Edmundo Penalty scored
Penalty scored H.Pérez
Penalty scored Acosta
Penalty missed Simeone
Penalty missed Fabbri
Cristante 17 July,
Rivera
(Estadio Atilio Paiva Olivera)
7.  Uruguay 1–1  Brazil 5–3 0–1 5–4 Álvez Francescoli Penalty scored
Bengoechea Penalty scored
Herrera Penalty scored
Gutiérrez Penalty scored
S.D.Martínez Penalty scored
Penalty scored Roberto Carlos
Penalty scored Zinho
Penalty missed Túlio
Penalty scored Dunga
Taffarel Final 23 July,
Montevideo
(Estadio Centenario)
8. 1997,
Bolivia
 Mexico 1–1  Ecuador 4–3 2–3 6–6 Ríos Hernández Penalty scored
C.Suárez Penalty scored
Blanco Penalty missed
Chávez Penalty scored
Villa Penalty missed

J.Sánchez Penalty scored

Penalty scored Montaño
Penalty missed Capurro
Penalty missed De la Cruz
Penalty scored Graziani
Penalty scored Á.Fernández

Penalty missed Rosero

Ibarra Quarter-finals 22 June,
Cochabamba
(Estadio Félix Capriles)
[3]
9. 1999,
Paraguay
 Mexico 3–3  Peru 4–2 0–2 4–4 Campos C.Suárez Penalty scored
Terrazas Penalty scored
R.García Penalty scored
Zepeda Penalty scored
Penalty scored Solano
Penalty scored Jorge Soto
Penalty missed José Soto
Penalty missed Reynoso
Ibáñez Quarter-finals 10 July,
Asunción
(Estadio Defensores del Chaco)
[4]
10.  Uruguay 1–1  Paraguay 5–3 0–1 5–4 Carini Fleurquin Penalty scored
Guigou Penalty scored
Alonso Penalty scored
Zalayeta Penalty scored
Magallanes Penalty scored
Penalty scored Acuña
Penalty scored Gamarra
Penalty scored Enciso
Penalty missed Benítez
Tavarelli
11.  Uruguay 1–1  Chile 5–3 0–1 5–4 Carini Del Campo Penalty scored
Guigou Penalty scored
Alonso Penalty scored
Zalayeta Penalty scored
Magallanes Penalty scored
Penalty scored Vargas
Penalty missed Aros
Penalty scored Pizarro
Penalty scored Graziani
Ramírez Semi-finals 13 July,
Asunción
(Estadio Defensores del Chaco)
12. 2001,
Colombia
 Honduras 1–1  Uruguay 5–4 0–1 5–5 Enamorado Pineda Penalty scored
S.Martínez Penalty scored
R.D.García Penalty scored
Medina Penalty scored
Izaguirre Penalty scored
Penalty scored Sorondo
Penalty missed Gutiérrez
Penalty scored J.P.Rodríguez
Penalty scored Lemos
Penalty scored Olivera
Berbia Third-place match 28 July,
Bogotá
(Estadio El Campín)
[5]
13. 2004,
Peru
 Brazil 1–1  Uruguay 5–3 0–1 5–4 Júlio César Luisão Penalty scored
Luís Fabiano Penalty scored
Adriano Penalty scored
Renato Penalty scored
Alex Penalty scored
Penalty scored D.Silva
Penalty scored Viera
Penalty scored Pouso
Penalty missed V.Sánchez
Viera Semi-finals 21 July,
Lima
(Estadio Nacional)
[6]
14.  Brazil 2–2  Argentina 4–2 0–2 4–4 Júlio César Adriano Penalty scored
Edu Penalty scored
Diego Penalty scored
Juan Penalty scored
Penalty missed D'Alessandro
Penalty missed Heinze
Penalty scored K.González
Penalty scored Sorín
Abbondanzieri Final 25 July,
Lima
(Estadio Nacional)
15. 2007,
Venezuela
 Brazil 2–2  Uruguay 5–4 2–3 7–7 Doni Robinho Penalty scored
Juan Penalty scored
Gilberto Silva Penalty scored
Alves Penalty missed
Diego Penalty scored

Menegazzo Penalty missed
Gilberto Penalty scored

Penalty missed Forlán
Penalty scored Scotti
Penalty scored I.González
Penalty scored C.Rodríguez
Penalty scored Abreu

Penalty missed P.García
Penalty missed Lugano

Carini Semi-Final 10 July,
Maracaibo
(Estadio José Pachencho Romero)
[7]
16. 2011,
Argentina
 Uruguay 1–1
(a.e.t.)
 Argentina 5–4 0–1 5–5 Muslera Forlán Penalty scored
L.Suárez Penalty scored
Scotti Penalty scored
Gargano Penalty scored
Cáceres Penalty scored
Penalty scored Messi
Penalty scored Burdisso
Penalty missed Tevez
Penalty scored Pastore
Penalty scored Higuaín
Romero Quarter-finals 16 July,
Sante Fe
(Estadio Brigadier General Estanislao López)
[8]
17.  Paraguay 0–0
(a.e.t.)
 Brazil 2–0 1–4 3–4 Villar É.Barreto Penalty missed
Estigarribia Penalty scored
Riveros Penalty scored
Penalty missed Elano
Penalty missed Thiago Silva
Penalty missed André Santos
Penalty missed Fred
Júlio César 17 July,
La Plata
(Estadio Ciudad de La Plata)
18.  Paraguay 0–0
(a.e.t.)
 Venezuela 5–3 0–1 5–4 Villar Ortigoza Penalty scored
Barrios Penalty scored
Riveros Penalty scored
O.Martínez Penalty scored
Verón Penalty scored
Penalty scored Maldonado
Penalty scored Rey
Penalty missed Lucena
Penalty scored Miku
Vega Semi-finals 20 July,
Mendoza
(Estadio Malvinas Argentinas)
19. 2015,
Chile
 Argentina 0–0  Colombia 5–4 2–3 7–7 Romero Messi Penalty scored
Garay Penalty scored
Banega Penalty scored
Lavezzi Penalty scored
Biglia Penalty missed

Rojo Penalty missed
Tevez Penalty scored

Penalty scored J.Rodríguez
Penalty scored Falcao
Penalty scored Cuadrado
Penalty missed Muriel
Penalty scored Cardona

Penalty missed Zúñiga
Penalty missed Murillo

Ospina Quarter-finals 26 June,
Viña del Mar
(Estadio Sausalito)
[9]
20.  Paraguay 1–1  Brazil 4–3 1–2 5–5 Villar O.Martínez Penalty scored
V.Cáceres Penalty scored
Bobadilla Penalty scored
Santa Cruz Penalty missed
D.González Penalty scored
Penalty scored Fernandinho
Penalty missed Ribeiro
Penalty scored Miranda
Penalty missed Costa
Penalty scored Coutinho
Jefferson 27 June,
Concepción
(Estadio Municipal de Concepción)
[10]
21.  Chile 0–0
(a.e.t.)
 Argentina 4–1 0–2 4–3 Bravo M.Fernández Penalty scored
Vidal Penalty scored
Aránguiz Penalty scored
A.Sánchez Penalty scored
Penalty scored Messi
Penalty missed Higuaín
Penalty missed Banega
Romero Finals 4 July,
Concepción
(Estadio Municipal de Concepción)
[11]
22. 2016,
United States
 Colombia 0–0  Peru 4–2 0–2 4–4 Ospina J.Rodríguez Penalty scored
Cuadrado Penalty scored
D.Moreno Penalty scored
S.Pérez Penalty scored
Penalty scored Ruidíaz
Penalty scored Tapia
Penalty missed Trauco
Penalty missed Cueva
Gallese Quarter-finals 17 June,
East Rutherford
(MetLife Stadium)
[12]
23.  Chile 0–0
(a.e.t.)
 Argentina 4–2 1–2 5–4 Bravo Vidal Penalty missed
Castillo Penalty scored
Aránguiz Penalty scored
Beausejour Penalty scored
F.Silva Penalty scored
Penalty missed Messi
Penalty scored Mascherano
Penalty scored Agüero
Penalty missed Biglia
Romero Final 26 June,
East Rutherford
(MetLife Stadium)
[13]
24. 2019,
Brazil
 Brazil 0–0  Paraguay 4–3 1–2 5–5 Alisson Willian Penalty scored
Marquinhos Penalty scored
Coutinho Penalty scored
Firmino Penalty missed
Gabriel Jesus Penalty scored
Penalty missed Gómez
Penalty scored Almirón
Penalty scored Valdez
Penalty scored J.Rojas
Penalty missed D.González
G.Fernández Quarter-finals 27 June,
Porto Alegre
(Arena do Grêmio)
[14]
25.  Chile 0–0  Colombia 5–4 0–1 5–5 Arias Vidal Penalty scored
Vargas Penalty scored
Pulgar Penalty scored
Aránguiz Penalty scored
A.Sánchez Penalty scored
Penalty scored J.Rodríguez
Penalty scored Cardona
Penalty scored Cuadrado
Penalty scored Mina
Penalty missed Tesillo
Ospina 28 June,
São Paulo
(Arena Corinthians)
[15]
26.  Peru 0–0  Uruguay 5–4 0–1 5–5 Gallese Guerrero Penalty scored
Ruidíaz Penalty scored
Yotún Penalty scored
Advíncula Penalty scored
Flores Penalty scored
Penalty missed L.Suárez
Penalty scored Cavani
Penalty scored Stuani
Penalty scored Bentancur
Penalty scored Torreira
Muslera 29 June,
Salvador
(Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova)
[16]

Statistics[edit]

Key
  • † = shoot-out in the final
  • Bold = winners that year

Shoot-out records[edit]

Most shoot-outs in a tournament
  • 4 - 1995
Least shoot-outs in a tournament (since 1993)
  • 1 - 1997, 2001, 2007
Most played shoot-outs
Most penalties in a shoot-out
Fewest penalties in a shoot-out
Fewest scores in a shoot-out
Most misses in a shoot-out
Most scores in a shoot-out

Team records[edit]

Most shoot-outs played
  • 9 -  Brazil (1993, 1995† (2), 2004† (2), 2007, 2011, 2015, 2019),  Uruguay (1993, 1995†, 1999 (2), 2001, 2004, 2007, 2011, 2019)
Most shoot-outs played in a tournament
Most wins
  • 5 -  Brazil (1995, 2004† (2), 2007, 2019)
Most wins in a tournament
Most losses
  • 5 -  Argentina (1995, 2004†, 2011, 2015†, 2016†),  Uruguay (1993, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2019)
Most consecutive wins
Most consecutive losses
Most wins without losses
Most losses without wins
Most knockout matches since 1993 without shoot-outs
  • 5 -  Bolivia (1995, 1997† (3), 2015)
Fewest scores in a shoot-out
Most scores in a shoot-out
Most misses in a shoot-out

Taker records[edit]

Most shoot-outs played
Most penalties scored
Most penalties missed
Most final penalties scored

Goalkeeper records[edit]

Most shoot-outs played
Most penalties taken against
  • 21 - Argentina Sergio Romero
Most penalties scored against
  • 17 - Argentina Sergio Romero
Most penalties missed against
Most penalties scored against in a shoot-out
Most penalties missed against in a shoot-out
  • 4 - Paraguay Justo Villar (2011)

By team[edit]

Penalty shoot-out statistics by team
Team P W L W% Wins Losses
 Brazil 9 5 4 56% 1995, 2004† (2), 2007, 2019 1993, 1995, 2011, 2015
 Uruguay 9 4 5 44% 1995†, 1999 (2), 2011 1993, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2019
 Argentina 8 3 5 37% 1993 (2), 2015 1995, 2004†, 2011, 2015†, 2016†
 Colombia 6 3 3 50% 1993, 1995, 2016 1993, 2015, 2019
 Paraguay 6 3 3 50% 2011 (2), 2015 1995, 1999, 2019
 Chile 4 3 1 75% 2015†, 2016†, 2019 1999
 Mexico 3 2 1 67% 1997, 1999 1995
 Peru 3 1 2 33% 2019 1999, 2016
 Honduras 1 1 0 100% 2001
 United States 1 1 0 100% 1995
 Ecuador 1 0 1 0% 1997
 Venezuela 1 0 1 0% 2011

By tournament[edit]

From 1993 to 2007, if the score was level after 90 minutes, a penalty shoot-out followed immediately. In 2011, any knockout match (in 2015 and 2016, only the final) might go into extra time. In 2019, immediate shoot-outs could be used in the quarter-finals only.

Penalty shoot-outs by tournaments
Year Knock-out matches Penalty shoot-outs Penalty % Penalties scored Penalty attempts Score %
1993 8 3 37% 30 33 91%
1995 4 50% 28 35 80%
1997 1 12% 7 12 58%
1999 3 37% 22 26 85%
2001 1 12% 9 10 90%
2004 2 25% 14 17 82%
2007 1 12% 9 14 64%
2011 3 37% 19 26 73%
2015 3 37% 21 31 68%
2016 2 25% 12 17 71%
2019 3 37% 25 30 83%
Total 88 26 30% 196 251 78%

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Copa América 1993". RSSSF. Retrieved 11 August 2018.
  2. ^ "Copa América 1995". RSSSF. Retrieved 11 August 2018.
  3. ^ "Copa América 1997". RSSSF. Retrieved 11 August 2018.
  4. ^ "Copa América 1999". RSSSF. Retrieved 11 August 2018.
  5. ^ "Copa América 2001". RSSSF. Retrieved 11 August 2018.
  6. ^ "Copa América 2004". RSSSF. Retrieved 11 August 2018.
  7. ^ "Copa América 2007". RSSSF. Retrieved 11 August 2018.
  8. ^ "Copa América 2011". RSSSF. Retrieved 12 August 2018.
  9. ^ "Argentina vs. Colombia - 27 June 2015". Soccerway. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  10. ^ "Brazil vs. Paraguay - 27 June 2015". Soccerway. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  11. ^ "Chile vs. Argentina - 4 July 2015". Soccerway. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  12. ^ "Peru vs. Colombia - 18 June 2016". Soccerway. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  13. ^ "Argentina vs. Chile - 27 June 2016". Soccerway. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  14. ^ "Brazil vs. Paraguay - 28 June 2019". Soccerway. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  15. ^ "Colombia vs. Chile - 29 June 2019". Soccerway. Retrieved 29 June 2019.
  16. ^ "Uruguay vs. Peru - 29 June 2019". Soccerway. Retrieved 30 June 2019.