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The curtain falls on the seventh edition of the women's Copa América

The curtain falls on the seventh edition of the women's Copa América
After 20 days of intense football the curtain falls on the VII edition of the Women's Copa América.
The Atahualpa Stadium in Quito will host the grand final on Sunday the 28th of September.
The early game (10:00 am) will see Argentina and Ecuador fight for passage to FIFA's Women's World Cup. 
The extraordinary Brazil, which has accumulated a perfect score so far in the final round, in the second game (1:00 pm) faces Colombia, who in the last round defeated Ecuador 2-1 and also aims for a World Cup ticket.
The team who comes in third place will go up against a CONCACAF representative in a playoff; the first leg will be played on November 8 or 9 and the return leg on November 22 or 23. In addition, the four finalists are already part of the Pan American Games in Toronto. 
The champion will be awarded a spot in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. If Brazil ends up being champion, the runner-up will go to the Olympics.
Authorities present
Mr. Luis Bedoya, vice president of CONMEBOL and president of the Colombian Football Federation, will participate in the festivities of the final round. 
Also the host of the event, Luis Chiriboga Acosta, head of the Ecuadorian Football Federation, will be present.

Luis Bedoya, CSF vice-president

The Presidents will present the champion team with the cup, the Alberto Spencer Trophy to the top scorer and the Fair Play Trophy to the team that played the cleanest during the tournament. As well as the medals to the participating teams that have reached the final stages.