Lionel Messi (Argentina)
The star of the Argentina team will seek to improve his image after a World Cup in which his award as best player left many doubts.
Ronald Raldes (Bolivia)
Ronald Raldes is the most experienced player in the roster and the last competitive trail of a lost generation in the Bolivian national team.
The young and talented striker seek to change the negative image that left Brazil in the 2014 World Cup.
Claudio Bravo (Chile)
Bravo carries the badge of the local team. He command the Chilean squad that is trying to write their name in the history this year.
Radamel Falcao (Colombia)
After missing the world championships in Brazil by a serious knee injury, he will seek to lead in the title that will consolidate Colombia in world soccer elite.
Walter Ayovi (Ecuador)
Captain Walter Ayovi was named by the coach as captain before starting the tournament, experience and willingness to work are his best references.
Rodolph Austin (Jamaica)
Rodolph Austin has the privilege to carry the badge. He's the leader who will command The Caribbean team in his first Copa America experience.
Rafael Marquez (Mexico)
Rafael Marquez has his last chance to wear the badge with El Tri in a major tournament, his experience will try to help and give order to the team.
Roque Santa Cruz (Paraguay)
The top scorer of the Paraguayan national team seek to be the leader of the Guaranies in a successful campaign in Copa America.
Carlos Lobatón (Peru)
The veteran midfielder will be responsible for leading the Incas in the field.
Diego Godín (Uruguay)
There's no better way to describe the qualities of a captain than describing Diego Godin, he's the heart, the leader and an example of what you expect to command a team.
Juan Arango (Venezuela)
The experienced midfielder seek to shine in his sixth America's Cup and lead Venezuela in Chile.