1.7.15

Campeonato Sud Americano de Football


1916

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1916
Uruguay
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Uruguay
Isabelino Gradín (Uru) 3
Isabelino Gradín (Uru)
Argentina


1917

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1917
Uruguay
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Uruguay
Ángel Romano (Uru) 4
Hector Scarone (Uru)
Uruguay

1919

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1919
Brazil
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Uruguay
Arthur Friedenreich & Neco (Br) 4
Arthur Friedenreich (Br)
Brazil


1920

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1920
Uruguay
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Uruguay
Jose Perez & Ángel Romano (Uru) 3
José Piendibene (Uru)
Chile
Noteworthy for a 6-0 win for Uruguay over Brazil. Uruguay won all 3 of their matches, scoring 9 goals in the process.

1921

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1921
Argentina
Argentina
Brazil
Paraguay
Uruguay
Julio Libonatti (Arg)  3
Américo Tesoriere (Arg)
Argentina
Paraguay’s first appearance. Their opening match, against Uruguay, was only their 7th international. They beat the champions 2-1.
Withdrew: Chile

1922

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1922
Brazil
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Paraguay
Uruguay

Julio Francia (Arg) 4
Agostinho Fortes Filho (Br)
Brazil
Moved from planned venue Chile in order to mark 100 years of Brazilian independence. All the matches were played at Estadio das Laranjeiras. At the conclusion of the tournament Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay were tied on 5 points- Brazil only having 1 win to the other countries’ 2.  Uruguay then withdrew, leaving Brazil and Paraguay to play off for the championship. Brazil won 3-0.
Paraguay’s 10 outfield players had walked off the pitch in the 79th minute of their defeat to Argentina, but this went unpunished by the authorities.


1923

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1923
Uruguay
Argentina
Brazil
Paraguay
Uruguay
Pedro Petrone (Uru) & Vicente Aguirre (Arg) 3
José Nasazzi (Uru)
Uruguay
Used as a qualifying tournament for the 1924 Olympics. All matches were played at Estadio Gran Parque Central. The tournament was decided in the final match played, Uruguay beating Argentina 2-0.
Withdrew: Chile                              

1924

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1924
Uruguay
Argentina
Chile
Paraguay
Uruguay
Pedro Petrone (Uru) 4
Pedro Petrone (Uru)
Uruguay
Paraguay declined the offer to host the tournament. It was instead played at Estadio Gran Parque Central in honour of Uruguay’s triumph at the 1924 Olympics.
Withdrew: Brazil                                              

1925

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1925               
Argentina
Argentina
Brazil
Paraguay
Manuel Seoane (Arg) 6
Manuel Seoane (Arg)
Argentina
Only 3 teams competed. Chile withdrew in response to their poor showing in 1924 when they lost all 3 matches and conceded 10 goals, Uruguay because of splits in the governing bodies.. Note the unusual presence of a black player in the Argentina side- Alejandro De Los Santos of El Porvenir- the first black man to represent Argentina.
Withdrew: Chile, Uruguay.          
               
1926

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1926               
Uruguay
Argentina
Bolivia
Chile
Paraguay
Uruguay
David Arellano (Chile) 7
Jose Andrade (Uru)
Chile
Bolivia entered for the first time and shipped 24 goals in 4 matches, although it was Paraguay who suffered the worst loss- 8-0 to Argentina.
Withdrew: Brazil                                                              
1927

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1927
Argentina
Argentina
Bolivia
Peru
Uruguay
5 players scored 3 goals.
Manuel Seoane (Arg)
Peru
The tournament served as a qualifier for the 1928 Olympics. Peru participated for the first time.
37 goals were scored (6.17 per match) with both Argentina and Uruguay scoring 15 goals.
Withdrew: Brazil, Chile, Paraguay        
                                                    

1929

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1929
Argentina
Argentina Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
Aurelio González (Par) 5
Manuel Nolo Ferreira (Arg)
Argentina
No contest was held in 1928 due to the absence of Argentina, Chile and Uruguay at the Olympics.
Withdrew: Bolivia, Brazil, Chile        
                                                          
1935

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1935
Uruguay
Argentina
Chile
Peru
Uruguay
Herminio Masantonio (Arg) 4
José Nasazzi (Uru)
Peru
Relations between Argentina and Uruguay had effectively been severed following the 1930 World Cup and the 2 sides didn’t meet for 2 years. The resumption of the South American Championship also served as a qualifying competition for the 1936 Olympics (although ultimately neither Argentina nor Uruguay travelled to Berlin for financial reasons).
It was an additional tournament- no trophy was awarded.
Withdrew: Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay      
                                                   
1937

Winners
Entrants
Top Scorer
Player of Tournament
Hosts
1937               
Argentina
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
Raúl Toro (Chile) 7
Vicente de la Mata (Arg)
Argentina
Brazil returned after a 4 tournament / 12 year absence. They were defeated by Argentina in a play-off.  2 extra time goals won it for Argentina, who had previously beaten Brazil earlier in the tournament.
69 goals were scored (4.31 per match).

Withdrew: Bolivia, Colombia.                                     
               




27.6.15

Schlosser- 59 international goals

Schlosser Imre (Imre Schlosser-Lakatos)

A 21 year international career is in itself a remarkable achievement (in the pre 1937 era only Billy Meredith and Billy McCracken exceeded Schlosser).Only Anel Romano of Uruguay (69) played in more internationals during this era.  Schlosser's 59 international goals in 68 matches gives him a strike rate amongst the best ever (0.87 per match).



Date




Venue
Schlosser
Total
1          
07.10.06
Bohemia
4
4
Hungary
Praguea


2          
04.11.06
Hungary
3
1
Austria
Budapestb
1
1
3          
07.04.07
Hungary
5
2
Bohemia
Budapestb

4          
05.05.07
Austria
3
1
Hungary
Vienna c

5          
06.10.07
Bohemia
5
3
Hungary
Praguea

6          
03.11.07
Hungary
4
1
Austria
Budapestb

7          
05.04.08
Hungary
5
2
Bohemia
Budapestb
2
3
8          
03.05.08
Austria
4
0
Hungary
Vienna d

9          
10.06.08
Hungary
0
7
England
Budapestb

10      
01.11.08
Hungary
5
3
Austria
Budapestb
2*
5
11      
04.04.09
Hungary
3
3
Germany
Budapestb
1
6
12      
02.05.09
Austria
3
4
Hungary
Viennae
3
9
13      
30.05.09
Hungary
1
1
Austria
Budapestb

14      
31.05.09
Hungary
2
8
England
Budapestb
1
10
15      
07.11.09
Hungary
2
2
Austria
Budapestb
2
12
16      
01.05.10
Austria
2
1
Hungary
Vienna d

17      
26.05.10
Hungary
6
1
Italy
Budapestb
2
14
18      
06.11.10
Hungary
3
0
Austria
Budapestb

19      
01.01.11
France
0
3
Hungary
Paris f
3
17
20      
06.01.11
Italy
0
1
Hungary
Milan g
1
18
21      
08.01.11
Switzerland
2
0
Hungary
Zurich h

22      
07.05.11
Austria
3
1
Hungary
Vienna d

23      
29.10.11
Hungary
9
0
Switzerland
Budapestb
6
24
24      
05.11.11
Hungary
2
0
Austria
Vienna d

25
25      
17.12.11
Germany
1
4
Hungary
Munichj
2
26
26      
14.04.12
Hungary
4
4
Germany
Budapesti
1
27
27      
05.05.12
Austria
1
1
Hungary
Vienna d

28      
20.06.12
Sweden
2
2
Hungary
Gothenburgk

29      
23.06.12
Norway
0
6
Hungary
OsloL
2
29
30      
30.06.12
Hungary
0
7
England Am.
Stockholmm

31      
03.07.12
Hungary
3
1
Germany
Solnan
3
32
32      
05.07.12
Hungary
3
0
Austria
Solna n
1
33
33      
12.07.12
Russia
0
9
Hungary
Moscowo
2
35
34      
14.07.12
Russia
0
12
Hungary
Moscowo
5
40
35      
03.11.12
Hungary
4
0
Austria
Budapesti
2
42
36      
27.04.13
Austria
1
4
Hungary
Viennap

37      
18.05.13
Hungary
2
0
Sweden
Budapesti
1
43
38      
26.10.13
Hungary
4
3
Austria
BudapestQ

39      
31.05.14
Hungary
5
1
France
Budapesti

40      
19.06.14
Sweden
1
5
Hungary
Solna n
1
44
41      
21.06.14
Sweden
1
1
Hungary
Solna n
1
45
42      
04.10.14
Hungary
2
2
Austria
Budapesti
1
46
43      
08.11.14
Austria
1
2
Hungary
Viennap

44      
05.05.15
Hungary
2
5
Austria
BudapestQ

45      
30.05.15
Austria
1
2
Hungary
Viennap
1
47
46      
03.10.15
Austria
4
2
Hungary
Viennap
1
48
47      
07.11.15
Hungary
6
2
Austria
Budapesti

48      
04.06.16
Hungary
2
1
Austria
BudapestQ
1
49
49      
01.10.16
Hungary
2
3
Austria
Budapesti

50      
05.11.16
Austria
3
3
Hungary
Viennap
1
50
51      
06.05.17
Austria
1
1
Hungary
Viennap
1
51
52      
03.06.17
Hungary
6
2
Austria
BudapestQ
2
53
53      
15.07.17
Austria
1
4
Hungary
Viennap
1
54
54      
07.10.17
Hungary
2
1
Austria
Budapesti

55      
04.11.17
Austria
1
2
Hungary
Viennap

56      
14.04.18
Hungary
2
0
Austria
BudapestQ
1
55
57      
12.05.18
Hungary
2
1
Switzerland
BudapestQ
1
56
58      
02.06.18
Austria
0
2
Hungary
Viennap
1
57
59      
06.10.18
Austria
0
3
Hungary
Viennap

60      
09.11.19
Hungary
3
2
Austria
BudapestQ

61      
24.10.20
Germany
1
0
Hungary
Berlin R

62      
24.04.21
Austria
4
1
Hungary
Vienna S

63      
05.06.21
Hungary
3
0
Germany
BudapestQ
1
58
64      
06.11.21
Hungary
4
2
Sweden
Budapesti
1
59
65      
18.12.21
Hungary
1
0
Poland
BudapestQ

66      
06.06.26
Hungary
2
1
Czechoslovakia
Budapesti

67      
14.11.26
Hungary
3
1
Sweden
Budapesti

68      
10.04.27
Austria
6
0
Hungary
Vienna d


Venues:
a Slavia Stadion
g Arena Civica
n , Råsunda
b Millenáris Sportpálya
h Hardau Velodrome
o  Sokolniki Sports Club
c Rapid Platz
i Üllői úti Stadion
pWAC Platz
d Hohe Warte
j MTV 79 Platz
Q Hungária körúti stadion
e Cricketer Platz
k  Valhalla Idrottsplats
RGrunewaldstadion
f Stade du Cercle Athlétique de Paris
Frogner
s Simmeringer
M Olympiastadion

* Not all sources credit Schlosser with goal 5.
Games 30, 31 and 32 were at The Olympic Games.
 Goals 8 & 9 (game 12) were penalties.

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