FIFA Scandal Casts Doubt On Copa America Plans
The Copa America soccer tournament kicks off this week, drawing attention to the uncertain fate of next year's planned centennial celebration.By Sebastian Martinez | June 10, 2015
With a solid win over Australia, courtesy of two goals from Megan Rapinoe, the U.S. kicked off its Women's World Cup campaign this week.
And while all eyes here in the U.S. are on that competition, at least part of the world will likely be tuning into another competition that starts this week as well. (Video via FC Kansas City)
That's right: the Copa America. The world's oldest and, some might argue, weirdest international soccer competition kicks off in Chile on Thursday, but its future after this year is uncertain. (Video via Copa America Organization)