Fans sing the end of the Star Spangled Banner before USA takes on Bolivia in the COPA America Centenario USA 2016 on May 28, 2016 at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas. Kyle Rivas/Getty Images/AFP
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Argentina's Lionel Messi, Chile's Arturo Vidal and Colombia's James Rodriguez are among the leading players expected to light up the Copa America Centenario from June 3-26 in 10 U.S. cities.It has been boosted to a 16-team format for the first time with the inclusion of six teams from CONCACAF, which governs football in North and Central America and the Caribbean.The archrivals from opposite shores of the River Plate met in 12 Finals in the first 51 years of the competition, including the first, won by Uruguay who hold a record 15 titles, one more than Argentina.
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