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  • COPA: COPA may stand for: Child Online Protection Act, a former U.S. law to protect minors from certain material on the internet Not to be confused with the
  • Copa Sudamericana: Copa Sudamericana is considered a merger of defunct tournaments such as the Copa CONMEBOL, Copa Mercosur and Copa Merconorte. The winner of the Copa Sudamericana
  • Copa Colombia: The Copa Colombia (English: Colombia Cup; officially known as Copa Águila due to sponsorship by brewery company Bavaria, manufacturer of Águila beer) is
  • Copa Argentina: The Copa Argentina (English: Argentine Cup), officially known as the "Copa Argentina Sancor Seguros" due to sponsorship reasons, is an official tournament
  • Copa del Rey: For other uses, see Copa del Rey (disambiguation). The Copa del Rey (English: King's Cup) is an annual football cup competition for Spanish football teams
  • Copa MX: The Copa MX (formerly called Copa Tower, Copa Eliminatoria, and Copa México) is a Mexican football cup competition that was established in 1907. After
  • Copa América: "Copa America" redirects here. For other uses, see Copa America (disambiguation). Copa América (America Cup) , until 1975 as the South American Football
  • Copa Libertadores: trophy, see Copa Libertadores (trophy). For U-20 tournament, see U-20 Copa Libertadores. The Copa Libertadores de América (Portuguese: Copa Libertadores
  • Copa Paulista: The Copa Paulista de Futebol, formerly known as Copa FPF, also sometimes called Copa Federação Paulista de Futebol or, in English, São Paulo State Cup
  • Copa Rio (state cup): The Copa Rio (English: Rio Cup), was created in 1991 by the Rio de Janeiro State Football Federation to decide one of the Rio de Janeiro's Copa do Brasil

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