|Dates||August 10 – November 4|
|Teams||10 (from 1 confederation)|
|Goals scored||55 (2.29 per match)|
|Attendance||1,119,738 (46,656 per match)|
(3 goals each)
The 1983 Copa América football tournament was played between August 10 and November 4, with all ten CONMEBOL members participating. Defending champions Paraguay received a bye into the semi-finals.
The teams were drawn into three groups, consisting of three teams each. Each team played twice (home and away) against the other teams in their group, with two points for a win, one point for a draw, nil points for a loss. The winner of each group advanced to the semi-finals.
Paraguay qualified automatically as holders for the semifinal.
| Uruguay ||2–1|
| Eduardo Mario Acevedo |
| Juan Carlos Orellana |
| Uruguay ||3–0|
| Wilmar Cabrera |
| Chile ||5–0|
| Oscar Arriaza |
| Chile ||2–0|
| Rodolfo Dubó |
Juan Carlos Letelier
| Venezuela ||1–2|
| Pedro Febles || Alberto Santelli |
| Ecuador ||2–2|
| Galo Fidean Vásquez |
José Jacinto Vega
| Jorge Luis Burruchaga |
| Ecuador ||0–1|
|Report|| Roberto Dinamite |
| Argentina ||1–0|
| Ricardo Gareca ||Report|
| Brazil ||5–0|
| Renato Gaúcho |
| Argentina ||2–2|
| Víctor Ramos |
Jorge Luis Burruchaga
| Lupo Quiñónez |
| Bolivia ||0–1|
| Didí |
| Peru ||1–0|
| Franco Navarro |
| Bolivia ||1–1|
| Erwin Romero || Franco Navarro |
| Colombia ||2–2|
| Miguel Augusto Prince |
| Eduardo Malásquez |
| Colombia ||2–2|
| Didí |
| Milton Melgar |
| Peru ||0–1|
| Aguilera |
| Cabrera || Malásquez |
| Morel ||Report|| Éder |
NOTE: BRA qualified by lot.
was declared the winner by the drawing of lots.
|1983 Copa América Champions|
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