Chile’s penalty shoot-out win over Argentina in the Copa America final ended the nation’s 115-year wait for a major football honour. La Roja played their first international match back in 1910 – also against Argentina – but had never won an official tournament until now. They had, however, won the unofficial tournament several times – and now they have done so again. Because the Copa America final was also a UFWC title match, and Chile are the new Unofficial Football World Champions.Read More...
|CHILE||SINCE 04/07/2015||DEFEATED ARGENTINA|
|902||26/06/2015||ARGENTINA*||0-0||COLOMBIA||Vina Del Mar||CA||+|
* = won on penalties. + = click for match report.
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Unofficial Football World Champions Argentina will play Copa America hosts Chile in a combined UFWC title match / Copa America final this Saturday 4 July. Argentina took the UFWC title from Colombia in the Copa quarter finals, before thrashing Paraguay in the semis, with Lionel Messi in typically magical form.Read More...
The UFWC title has reached the knockout stage of the Copa America tournament in the hands of Colombia, the reigning Unofficial Football World Champions. Colombia took the UFWC title from Brazil in a 2-1 group-stage win, then drew with Peru to retain the title and scrape through into the Copa quarter finals – where they’ll face UFWC giants Argentina.Read More...