The proposal is inspired in the Copa America Centenario. It has three parts. ONE – "Liga de Naciones Sudamericanas" Conmebol's World Cup qualifiers would no longer be merely a World Cup qualifier, but also an official tournament on its own right. The tournament would be called "Liga de Naciones Sudamericanas." All teams from Conmebol would participate in the "South American League of Nations," even those automaticaly qualified to the World Cup. The champions would receive Conmebol's most traditional trophy, the one currently awarded to the champion of Copa America. TWO - "La Copa" Conmebol would organize a Cup tournament, simply called "La Copa." Only the ten teams from Conmebol would participate in "The Cup." Teams would be divided in two groups of 5. The top-4 from each group would qualify to the knockout rounds. "The Cup" would be held every four years in between the World Cup and Copa America. Only Conmebol members would host it. THREE – "Copa America" Copa America would be co-organized by Conmebol and Concacaf, and it would have a new trophy. Copa America would be held every four years, concomitantly with the Euro; always in the United States. Copa America would be disputed by 16 teams. From Conmebol, the top-8 teams in the "South American League of Nations" would qualify to Copa America. Concacaf would held regionalized qualifiers especially for Copa America. NAFU (North America - MEX, USA, CAN), UNCAF, and CFU would have 2 spots each. Playoffs would define the remaining spots, between: UNCAF #3; CFU #3; NAFU #3; and the winner of UNCAF #4 v. CFU #4. Copa America's 16 teams would be divided in 4 groups. The pots for the draw would be determined by region and ranking, so every group would be balanced both in strength and geographically.