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Don't miss the South American Football Competition - Final
The pinnacle of South American football is the culmination of the CA, when the two most deserving teams face off against each other. History is created and there can only be one winner, so buy South American Football Competition tickets on StubHub to have the incredible opportunity to be there and witness it. If you have tickets and won't be able to attend, selling them on StubHub will only take a matter of minutes!
Tragedy or triumph
A singular play-off game has decided the winner of the South American Football Competition since 199,3 when the tournament moved away from a round-robin format. The CA has also trialled a finals series in the past, in which the two highest placing teams played off against each other in two or three matches, with the aggregate score deciding the winner. This model was scrapped in order to create a singular final in which the stakes were higher, resulting in a more intense atmosphere. Competition organisers couldn't have asked for a better scenario in 1993, when first-time competitors Mexico National Soccer Team faced off against Argentina National Soccer Team in an enthralling match that was not decided until late in the second half. Argentinean great Gabriel Batistuta scored two goals in the match to nullify the penalty scored by Benjamín Galindo of Mexico. The success of the Mexican team in 1993, one of the first countries outside of South America to compete for the CA, resulted in at least two foreign teams being invited to participate in subsequent championships. Get South American Football Competition tickets on StubHub to experience the thrill of a nail-biting play-off match!
The Brazilian dynasty of a decade
The Brazil National Football Team began a dynasty in 1997 when they claimed the title of the South American Football Competition with a 3-1 victory against Bolivia. Scores were level up until the 79th minute, when superstar Ronaldo put Brazil in front, much to the displeasure of the 46,000 fans at Bolivia's Estadio Hernando Siles. Ronaldo, considered to be one of the greatest footballers of all time, would go on to repeat his heroics in the 1999 final, helping Brazil win their second consecutive championship at the hands of the Uruguay National Football Team. Unable to continue their stranglehold of the competition in 2001, Brazil would bounce back to win a further two consecutive titles in 2004 and 2007 to lay claim to four championships within a decade and recognition as one of the greatest teams ever. Grab South American Football Competition tickets to witness history as some of the best international teams compete to forge the next great dynasty.
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