South American Championship 1963


South American Championship 1963

Copa América summary
host = Bolivia
year = 1963
tournament = South American Championship
teams = 7
date1 = March 10
date2 = March 31
winner = Bolivia
runner-up = Paraguay
third = Argentina
matches = 21
goalscorer = Carlos Alberto Raffo
goalscorer2 =

The South American Championship 1963 was held in Bolivia between 10 March and 31 March, 1963. It was won by Bolivia with Paraguay second. This is so far, the only Copa America which was won by Bolivia.

Carlos Alberto Raffo from Ecuador became top scorer of the tournament with 6 goals.

tadium

Two stadium were used during this tournament: Félix Capriles in Cochabamba and Estadio Hernando Siles in La Paz.

Matches

*fb|CHI and fb|URU withdrew, while fb|VEN did not enter.

----footballbox
date = March 10, 1963
team1 = fb|BOL
score = 4–4
report =
team2 = fb|ECU
goals1 = López 16'
Castillo 27'
Alcóser 55'
Camacho 80'
goals2 = Raffo 30'
Raymondi 44'
Bolaños 47'
Raymondi 50'
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 15.000
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki (PER)
----footballbox
date = March 10, 1963
team1 = fb|ARG
score = 4–2
report =
team2 = fb|COL
goals1 = Zárate 3'
Fernández 11'
Rodríguez 87'
Zárate 90'
goals2 = Campillo 4'
Aceros 37'
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 18.000
Referee: João Etzel Filho (BRA)
----footballbox
date = March 10, 1963
team1 = fb|BRA
score = 1–0
report =
team2 = fb|PER
goals1 = Flávio 16'
goals2 =
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 18.000
Referee: José Dimas Larrosa (PAR)
----footballbox
date = March 13, 1963
team1 = fb|PER
score = 2–1
report =
team2 = fb|ARG
goals1 = Tenemás 62'
Gallardo 76'
goals2 = Zárate 57'
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 10.000
Referee: José Dimas Larrosa (PAR)
----footballbox
date = March 14, 1963
team1 = fb|PAR
score = 3–1
report =
team2 = fb|ECU
goals1 = Zárate 11'
Cabrera 57'
Quiñónez 82'
goals2 = Raffo 32'
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 15.000
Referee: Luis Ventre (ARG)
----footballbox
date = March 14, 1963
team1 = fb|BRA
score = 5–1
report =
team2 = fb|COL
goals1 = Flávio 7'
Marco Antônio 31'
Oswaldo 56'
Flávio 82'
Fernando 83'
goals2 = Gamboa 85'
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 15.000
Referee: Tomás Antruejo (BOL)
----footballbox
date = March 17, 1963
team1 = fb|BOL
score = 2–1
report =
team2 = fb|COL
goals1 = Alcócer 22'
Alcócer 40'
goals2 = Botero 4'
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 18.000
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki (PER)
----footballbox
date = March 17, 1963
team1 = fb|PER
score = 2–1
report =
team2 = fb|ECU
goals1 = León 34'
Mosquera 43'
goals2 = Raffo 20'
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 8.000
Referee: Ovidio Orrego (COL)
----footballbox
date = March 17, 1963
team1 = fb|PAR
score = 2–0
report =
team2 = fb|BRA
goals1 = Zárate 17'
Ayala 83'
goals2 =
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 8.000
Referee: Tomás Antruejo (BOL)
----footballbox
date = March 20, 1963
team1 = fb|PAR
score = 3–2
report =
team2 = fb|COL
goals1 = Cabrera 14'
Cabrera 22'
Valdez 77'
goals2 = Campillo 27'
Gamboa 82'
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 10.000
Referee: Luis Ventre (ARG)
----footballbox
date = March 20, 1963
team1 = fb|ARG
score = 4–2
report =
team2 = fb|ECU
goals1 = Savoy 34'
Savoy 53'
Rodríguez 58'
Savoy 90'
goals2 = Pineda 32'
Palacios 49'
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 20.000
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki (PER)
----footballbox
date = March 21, 1963
team1 = fb|BOL
score = 3–2
report =
team2 = fb|PER
goals1 = Camacho 14'
Alcócer 49'
García 57'
goals2 = Gallardo 40'
León 80'
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 20.000
Referee: João Etzel Filho (BRA)
----footballbox
date = March 24, 1963
team1 = fb|PER
score = 1–1
report =
team2 = fb|COL
goals1 = Gallardo 25'
goals2 = González 33'
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 10.000
Referee: Luis Ventre (ARG)
----footballbox
date = March 24, 1963
team1 = fb|ARG
score = 3–0
report =
team2 = fb|BRA
goals1 = Rodríguez 3'
Savoy 33'
Juárez 86'
goals2 =
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 30.000
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki (PER)
----footballbox
date = March 24, 1963
team1 = fb|BOL
score = 2–0
report =
team2 = fb|PAR
goals1 = Castillo 17'
García 88'
goals2 =
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 18.000
Referee: José Dimas Larrosa (PAR)
----footballbox
date = March 27, 1963
team1 = fb|BRA
score = 2–2
report =
team2 = fb|ECU
goals1 = Oswaldo 5'
Oswaldo 60'
goals2 = Azón 84'
Raffo 90'
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 20.000
Referee: José Dimas Larrosa (PAR)
----footballbox
date = March 27, 1963
team1 = fb|PAR
score = 4–1
report =
team2 = fb|PER
goals1 = Martínez 5'
Martínez 25'
Cabrera 45'
Zárate 77'
goals2 = Gallardo 70'
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 20.000
Referee: Luis Ventre (ARG)
----footballbox
date = March 28, 1963
team1 = fb|BOL
score = 3–2
report =
team2 = fb|ARG
goals1 = Castillo 12'
Blacutt 32'
Camacho 88'
goals2 = Rodríguez 27'
Rodríguez 34'
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 20.000
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki (PER)
----footballbox
date = March 31, 1963
team1 = fb|ECU
score = 4–3
report =
team2 = fb|COL
goals1 = Raymondi Contreras 30'
Raffo 37'
Bolaños 53'
Raffo 88'
goals2 = Aceros 46'
Botero 68'
González 75'
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 15.000
Referee: José Dimas Larrosa (PAR)
----footballbox
date = March 31, 1963
team1 = fb|ARG
score = 1–1
report =
team2 = fb|PAR
goals1 = Lallana 58'
goals2 = Cabrera 33'
stadium = Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 15.000
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki (PER)
----footballbox
date = March 31, 1963
team1 = fb|BOL
score = 5–4
report =
team2 = fb|BRA
goals1 = Ugarte 15'
Camacho 25'
Ugarte 58'
García 62'
Alcócer 86'
goals2 = Marco Antônio 26'
Almir 28'
Flávio 63'
Flávio 66'
stadium = Félix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 25.000
Referee: Ovidio Orrego (COL)

Final Standings

Result

Top Scorers

6 goals
*

5 goals
*
*
*
*

4 goals
*
*
*
*

External links

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tables/63safull.html South American Championship 1963 at RSSSF]


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