Argentina already has a group for the Copa América futsal

The Argentine futsal team, the last runner-up in the world, will face Paraguay, Venezuela, Bolivia and Peru in group B of the Copa América which will be played in Brazil starting next January 29, as defined by chance this Monday in the draw that grouped the zones for the South American competition.

The team led by Matías Lucuix will be seeded in their area by debuting as one of the candidates for the title, in a tournament that has not been played since the 2017 edition in San Juan. While Brazil, the Homeowner and top winner of the contest, he will share group A with Uruguay, Colombia, Ecuador and Chile.

The America’s Cup of the discipline has been played since 1992 and between Brazil (10) and Argentina (2) dominate the record of titles. The 2019 edition was going to take place in Chile but a few days before it was canceled due to social protests. This year, the competition will run from January 29 to February 6.

The Argentine team, recent runner-up in Lithuania, The preparation will begin on January 10 at the AFA site located in Ezeiza. In the last antecedent of the Copa América, in April 2017 in the province of San Juan, Argentina lost the final to Brazil 4-2 in extra time in a competition to which they arrived as the brand new world champion.


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