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Australia accept 2020 Copa America invitation

SoccerNews.com Friday, 14 June 2019 ()
Australia will play at the 2020 Copa America after accepting an invitation from CONMEBOL. The Socceroos are set to feature during next year’s tournament in Argentina and Colombia, Football Federation Australia (FFA) confirmed on Friday. The 2019 Copa America, which kicks off in Brazil on Friday, includes guests Japan and Qatar and Australia will follow […]

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