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List of Copa Libertadores finals – Wikipedia Jump to content Main menu Main menu move to sidebar hide Navigation Main page Contents Current events Random article About Wikipedia Contact us Donate Contribute Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file Search Search Create account Log in Personal tools Create account Log in Pages for logged out editors learn more Contributions Talk Contents move to sidebar hide (Top) 1 List of finals 2 Performances Toggle Performances subsection 2.1 By club 2.2 By nation 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References 6 External links Toggle the table of contents List of Copa Libertadores finals 7 languages العربية Deutsch Español Italiano Português Русский Türkçe Edit links Article Talk English Read Edit View history Tools Tools move to sidebar hide Actions Read Edit View history General What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Cite this page Get shortened URL Download QR code Wikidata item Print/export Download as PDF Printable version From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Football tournament Copa Libertadores The Copa Libertadores trophy won by Brazilian club Palmeiras in 2020 Organizing body CONMEBOL Founded 1960 Region South America Number of teams 38 (first round) 2 (finalists) Qualifier for FIFA Club World Cup Current champion(s) Fluminense (1st title) Most successful team(s) Independiente (7 titles) 2023 Copa Libertadores The Copa Libertadores is a seasonal association football competition that was established in 1960. It begins in mid-January and ends with the final in November of the same year. The Copa Libertadores is open to the league champions of CONMEBOL member associations; clubs finishing from second to fourth position in the stronger leagues of the region, such as the Brazilian league , are also included. Originally, only the champions of their respective national league could participate in the competition. However, in 1966 this was changed to allow the runners-up of the leagues to compete. [1] Until 2018, the final was contested over two legs , one at each participating club’s stadium. From 2019, the format was changed, with the final being a single game played at a pre-determined venue. [2] The data below does not include the 1948 South American Championship of Champions , as it is not listed by CONMEBOL either as a Libertadores edition or an official competition. It must be pointed out, however, that at least in the years 1996 and 1997, CONMEBOL entitled equal status to both the Copa Libertadores and the 1948 tournament, in that the 1948 champions ( Vasco da Gama ) were allowed to participate in the Supercopa Libertadores , a CONMEBOL official competition that allowed participation for former Libertadores champions only (for example, not admitting participation for champions of other CONMEBOL official competitions, such as the Copa CONMEBOL ). Independiente hold the record for the most victories, with seven wins since the competition’s inception. They have also won the competition the most times consecutively, winning four in a row from 1972 to 1975 . Boca Juniors are second with six wins; they won their last title in 2007 . Peñarol are third with five wins, their most recent of which was in 1987 . Boca Juniors have lost the most finals, having lost on six occasions. [3] Overall, 26 clubs have won the competition since its inception in 1960. Clubs from Argentina have won the most Copas Libertadores, with 25 titles among them. Brazilian clubs are second with 23 victories, and Uruguayan clubs are third with 8. [1] List of finals [ edit ] Key ‡ Finals decided in a playoff * Finals decided by a penalty shoot-out † Match went to extra time The “Year” column refers to the season the competition was held, and wikilinks to the article about that season. Finals are listed in the order they were played. List of Copa de Campeones de América and Copa Libertadores de América finals Year Country Winner Score Runner-up Country Venue Attendance 1960 Uruguay Peñarol 1–0 Olimpia Paraguay Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 44,690 1–1 Estadio de Puerto Sajonia , Asunción 35,000 1961 Uruguay Peñarol 1–0 Palmeiras Brazil Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 64,376 1–1 Estádio do Pacaembu , São Paulo 50,000 1962 Brazil Santos 2–1 Peñarol Uruguay Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 48,105 2–3 Vila Belmiro , Santos 18,000 3–0 ‡ Estadio Monumental , Buenos Aires 60,000 1963 Brazil Santos 3–2 Boca Juniors Argentina Maracanã , Rio de Janeiro 100,000 2–1 Estadio Boca Juniors , Buenos Aires 50,000 1964 Argentina Independiente 0–0 Nacional Uruguay Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 60,000 1–0 La Doble Visera , Avellaneda 80,000 1965 Argentina Independiente 1–0 Peñarol Uruguay La Doble Visera , Avellaneda 45,000 1–3 Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 45,000 4–1 ‡ Estadio Nacional , Santiago 40,000 1966 Uruguay Peñarol 2–0 River Plate Argentina Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 46,041 2–3 Estadio Monumental , Buenos Aires 100,000 4–2 ‡† Estadio Nacional , Santiago 40,240 1967 Argentina Racing 0–0 Nacional Uruguay Estadio Juan Domingo Perón , Avellaneda 55,000 0–0 Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 60,000 2–1 ‡ Estadio Nacional , Santiago — 1968 Argentina Estudiantes 2–1 Palmeiras Brazil Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi , La Plata 35,000 1–3 Estádio do Pacaembu , São Paulo 40,000 2–0 ‡ Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 55,000 1969 Argentina Estudiantes 1–0 Nacional Uruguay Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 65,000 2–0 Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi , La Plata 55,000 1970 Argentina Estudiantes 1–0 Peñarol Uruguay Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi , La Plata 40,000 0–0 Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 60,000 1971 Uruguay Nacional 0–1 Estudiantes Argentina Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi , La Plata 30,000 1–0 Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 70,000 2–0 ‡ Estadio Nacional , Lima — 1972 Argentina Independiente 0–0 Universitario Peru Estadio Nacional , Lima 45,000 2–1 La Doble Visera , Avellaneda 55,000 1973 Argentina Independiente 1–1 Colo-Colo Chile La Doble Visera , Avellaneda 40,000 0–0 Estadio Nacional , Santiago 80,000 2–1 ‡ Estadio Centenario , Montevideo — 1974 Argentina Independiente 1–2 São Paulo Brazil Estádio do Pacaembu , São Paulo 50,000 2–0 La Doble Visera , Avellaneda 55,000 1–0 ‡ Estadio Nacional , Santiago 60,000 1975 Argentina Independiente 0–1 Unión Española Chile Estadio Nacional , Santiago 43,200 3–1 La Doble Visera , Avellaneda 60,000 2–0 ‡ Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asunción — 1976 Brazil Cruzeiro 4–1 River Plate Argentina Mineirão , Belo Horizonte 58,720 1–2 Estadio Monumental , Buenos Aires 90,000 3–2 ‡ Estadio Nacional , Santiago 40,000 1977 Argentina Boca Juniors 1–0 Cruzeiro Brazil Estadio Boca Juniors , Buenos Aires 60,000 0–1 Mineirão , Belo Horizonte 80,000 0–0 ‡ * [a] Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 60,000 1978 Argentina Boca Juniors 0–0 Deportivo Cali Colombia Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero , Cali 50,000 4–0 Estadio Boca Juniors , Buenos Aires 80,000 1979 Paraguay Olimpia 2–0 Boca Juniors Argentina Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asunción 50,000 0–0 Estadio Boca Juniors , Buenos Aires 65,000 1980 Uruguay Nacional 0–0 Internacional Brazil Estádio Beira-Rio , Porto Alegre 70,000 1–0 Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 65,000 1981 Brazil Flamengo 2–1 Cobreloa Chile Maracanã , Rio de Janeiro 93,985 0–1 Estadio Nacional , Santiago 61,721 2–0 ‡ Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 30,200 1982 Uruguay Peñarol 0–0 Cobreloa Chile Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 55,248 1–0 Estadio Nacional , Santiago 70,400 1983 Brazil Grêmio 1–1 Peñarol Uruguay Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 70,000 2–1 Estádio Olímpico Monumental , Porto Alegre 80,000 1984 Argentina Independiente 1–0 Grêmio Brazil Estádio Olímpico Monumental , Porto Alegre — 0–0 La Doble Visera , Avellaneda — 1985 Argentina Argentinos Juniors 1–0 América de Cali Colombia Estadio Monumental , Buenos Aires — 0–1 Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero , Cali 35,350 1–1 ‡ * [b] Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asunción — 1986 Argentina River Plate 2–1 América de Cali Colombia Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero , Cali 50,000 1–0 Estadio Antonio V. Liberti , Buenos Aires 74,300 1987 Uruguay Peñarol 0–2 América de Cali Colombia Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero , Cali 65,000 2–1 Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 60,000 1–0 ‡† Estadio Nacional , Santiago 25,000 1988 Uruguay Nacional 0–1 Newell’s Old Boys Argentina El Coloso del Parque , Rosario 45,000 3–0 Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 75,000 1989 Colombia Atlético Nacional 0–2 Olimpia Paraguay Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asunción — 2–0 * [c] Estadio El Campín , Bogotá — 1990 Paraguay Olimpia 2–0 Barcelona Ecuador Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asunción — 1–1 Estadio Monumental de Barcelona , Guayaquil — 1991 Chile Colo-Colo 0–0 Olimpia Paraguay Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asunción 48,000 3–0 Estadio Monumental David Arellano , Santiago 66,517 1992 Brazil São Paulo 0–1 Newell’s Old Boys Argentina El Coloso del Parque , Rosario 35,000 1–0 * [d] Estádio do Morumbi , São Paulo 105,185 1993 Brazil São Paulo 5–1 Universidad Católica Chile Estádio do Morumbi , São Paulo 99,000 0–2 Estadio Nacional , Santiago 50,000 1994 Argentina Vélez Sársfield 1–0 São Paulo Brazil José Amalfitani Stadium , Buenos Aires 35,000 0–1 * [e] Estádio do Morumbi , São Paulo 90,000 1995 Brazil Grêmio 3–1 Atlético Nacional Colombia Estádio Olímpico Monumental , Porto Alegre — 1–1 Estadio Atanasio Girardot , Medellín — 1996 Argentina River Plate 0–1 América de Cali Colombia Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero , Cali — 2–0 Estadio Antonio V. Liberti , Buenos Aires — 1997 Brazil Cruzeiro 0–0 Sporting Cristal Peru Estadio Nacional , Lima 45,000 1–0 Mineirão , Belo Horizonte 95,472 1998 Brazil Vasco da Gama 2–0 Barcelona Ecuador Estádio São Januário , Rio de Janeiro 35,000 2–1 Estadio Monumental Isidro Romero Carbo , Guayaquil 72,000 1999 Brazil Palmeiras 0–1 Deportivo Cali Colombia Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero , Cali 46,000 2–1 * [f] Estádio Palestra Itália , São Paulo 32,000 2000 Argentina Boca Juniors 2–2 Palmeiras Brazil Estadio Camilo Cichero , Buenos Aires 50,580 0–0 * [g] Estádio do Morumbi , São Paulo 75,000 2001 Argentina Boca Juniors 1–0 Cruz Azul Mexico Estadio Azteca , Mexico City 115,000 0–1 * [h] Estadio Alberto J. Armando , Buenos Aires 60,000 2002 Paraguay Olimpia 0–1 São Caetano Brazil Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asunción 40,000 2–1 * [i] Estádio do Pacaembu , São Paulo 55,000 2003 Argentina Boca Juniors 2–0 Santos Brazil Estadio Alberto J. Armando , Buenos Aires 57,000 3–1 Estádio do Morumbi , São Paulo 75,000 2004 Colombia Once Caldas 0–0 Boca Juniors Argentina Estadio Alberto J. Armando , Buenos Aires 57,000 1–1 * [j] Estadio Palogrande , Manizales — 2005 Brazil São Paulo 1–1 Atlético Paranaense Brazil Estádio Beira-Rio , Porto Alegre 35,000 4–0 Estádio do Morumbi , São Paulo 80,000 2006 Brazil Internacional 2–1 São Paulo Brazil Estádio do Morumbi , São Paulo 71,745 2–2 Estádio Beira-Rio , Porto Alegre 55,000 2007 Argentina Boca Juniors 3–0 Grêmio Brazil Estadio Alberto J. Armando , Buenos Aires 39,993 2–0 Estádio Olímpico Monumental , Porto Alegre 55,000 2008 Ecuador LDU Quito 4–2 Fluminense Brazil Estadio Casa Blanca , Quito 45,000 1–3 * [k] Maracanã , Rio de Janeiro 86,027 2009 Argentina Estudiantes 0–0 Cruzeiro Brazil Estadio Ciudad de La Plata , La Plata 52,000 2–1 Mineirão , Belo Horizonte 70,000 2010 Brazil Internacional 2–1 Guadalajara Mexico Estadio Omnilife , Guadalajara 49,500 3–2 Estádio Beira-Rio , Porto Alegre 56,000 2011 Brazil Santos 0–0 Peñarol Uruguay Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 65,000 2–1 Estádio do Pacaembu , São Paulo 40,200 2012 Brazil Corinthians 1–1 Boca Juniors Argentina Estadio Alberto J. Armando , Buenos Aires 51,901 2–0 Estádio do Pacaembu , São Paulo 37,959 2013 Brazil Atlético Mineiro 0–2 Olimpia Paraguay Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asunción 35,000 2–0 * [l] Mineirão , Belo Horizonte 56,557 2014 Argentina San Lorenzo 1–1 Nacional Paraguay Estadio Defensores del Chaco , Asunción 35,000 1–0 Estadio Pedro Bidegain , Buenos Aires 42,000 2015 Argentina River Plate 0–0 UANL Mexico Estadio Universitario , San Nicolás de los Garza 42,000 3–0 Estadio Antonio V. Liberti , Buenos Aires 70,000 2016 Colombia Atlético Nacional 1–1 Independiente del Valle Ecuador Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa , Quito 38,500 1–0 Estadio Atanasio Girardot , Medellín 45,000 2017 Brazil Grêmio 1–0 Lanús Argentina Arena do Grêmio , Porto Alegre 55,188 2–1 Estadio Ciudad de Lanús , Lanús 45,000 2018 Argentina River Plate 2–2 Boca Juniors Argentina Estadio Alberto J. Armando , Buenos Aires 49,000 3–1 † Estadio Santiago Bernabéu , Madrid [m] 62,282 Single match format 2019 Brazil Flamengo 2–1 River Plate Argentina Estadio Monumental , Lima [n] 78,573 2020 Brazil Palmeiras 1–0 Santos Brazil Maracanã , Rio de Janeiro 5,000 2021 Brazil Palmeiras 2–1 † Flamengo Brazil Estadio Centenario , Montevideo 55,023 2022 Brazil Flamengo 1–0 Athletico Paranaense Brazil Estadio Monumental Banco Pichincha , Guayaquil 42,517 2023 Brazil Fluminense 2–1 † Boca Juniors Argentina Maracanã , Rio de Janeiro 69,232 Upcoming matches Year Country Team 1 Match Team 2 Country Venue Attendance 2024 – TBA, Buenos Aires Performances [ edit ] See also: Copa Libertadores records and statistics § General performances By club [ edit ] Performance in the Copa Libertadores by club Club Titles Runners-up Seasons won Seasons runner-up Independiente 7 0 1964 , 1965 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1984 — Boca Juniors 6 6 1977 , 1978 , 2000 , 2001 , 2003 , 2007 1963 , 1979 , 2004 , 2012 , 2018 , 2023 Peñarol 5 5 1960 , 1961 , 1966 , 1982 , 1987 1962 , 1965 , 1970 , 1983 , 2011 River Plate 4 3 1986 , 1996 , 2015 , 2018 1966 , 1976 , 2019 Estudiantes 4 1 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 2009 1971 Olimpia 3 4 1979 , 1990 , 2002 1960 , 1989 , 1991 , 2013 Nacional 3 3 1971 , 1980 , 1988 1964 , 1967 , 1969 São Paulo 3 3 1992 , 1993 , 2005 1974 , 1994 , 2006 Palmeiras 3 3 1999 , 2020 , 2021 1961 , 1968 , 2000 Santos 3 2 1962 , 1963 , 2011 2003 , 2020 Grêmio 3 2 1983 , 1995 , 2017 1984 , 2007 Flamengo 3 1 1981 , 2019 , 2022 2021 Cruzeiro 2 2 1976 , 1997 1977 , 2009 Atlético Nacional 2 1 1989 , 2016 1995 Internacional 2 1 2006 , 2010 1980 Colo-Colo 1 1 1991 1973 Fluminense 1 1 2023 2008 Racing 1 0 1967 — Argentinos Juniors 1 0 1985 — Vélez Sársfield 1 0 1994 — Vasco da Gama 1 0 1998 — Once Caldas 1 0 2004 — LDU Quito 1 0 2008 — Corinthians 1 0 2012 — Atlético Mineiro 1 0 2013 — San Lorenzo 1 0 2014 — América de Cali 0 4 — 1985 , 1986 , 1987 , 1996 Deportivo Cali 0 2 — 1978 , 1999 Cobreloa 0 2 — 1981 , 1982 Newell’s Old Boys 0 2 — 1988 , 1992 Barcelona 0 2 — 1990 , 1998 Athletico Paranaense 0 2 — 2005 , 2022 Universitario 0 1 — 1972 Unión Española 0 1 — 1975 Universidad Católica 0 1 — 1993 Sporting Cristal 0 1 — 1997 Cruz Azul 0 1 — 2001 São Caetano 0 1 — 2002 Guadalajara 0 1 — 2010 Nacional 0 1 — 2014 UANL 0 1 — 2015 Independiente del Valle 0 1 — 2016 Lanús 0 1 — 2017 By nation [ edit ] As of 2023 final. Performance by nation Nation Won Lost Argentina 25 13 Brazil 23 18 Uruguay 8 8 Colombia 3 7 Paraguay 3 5 Chile 1 5 Ecuador 1 3 Mexico 0 3 Peru 0 2 See also [ edit ] List of Copa Libertadores winning managers Notes [ edit ] ^ Score was 0–0 after 90 minutes. Boca Juniors won the penalty shoot-out 5–4. ^ Score was 1–1 after 90 minutes. Argentinos Juniors won the penalty shoot-out 5–4. ^ Score was 2–2 on aggregate after 90 minutes. Atlético Nacional won the penalty shoot-out 5–4. ^ Score was 1–1 on aggregate after 90 minutes. São Paulo won the penalty shoot-out 3–2. ^ Score was 1–1 on aggregate after 90 minutes. Vélez Sársfield won the penalty shoot-out 5–3. ^ Score was 2–2 on aggregate after 90 minutes. Palmeiras won the penalty shoot-out 4–3. ^ Score was 2–2 on aggregate after 90 minutes. Boca Juniors won the penalty shoot-out 4–2. ^ Score was 1–1 on aggregate after 90 minutes. Boca Juniors won the penalty shoot-out 3–1. ^ Score was 2–2 on aggregate after 90 minutes. Olimpia won the penalty shoot-out 4–2. ^ Score was 1–1 on aggregate after 90 minutes. Once Caldas won the penalty shoot-out 2–0. ^ Score was 5–5 on aggregate after 120 minutes. LDU Quito won the penalty shoot-out 3–1. ^ Score was 2–2 on aggregate after 120 minutes. Atlético Mineiro won the penalty shoot-out 4–3. ^ The match, originally scheduled to be hosted by River Plate at the Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti , Buenos Aires , took place in Spain at the Santiago Bernabéu , Madrid due to safety concerns. [4] ^ The match was originally planned to be held at the Estadio Nacional , Santiago, Chile, but was moved due to the 2019–2021 Chilean protests . References [ edit ] General Stokkermans, Karel (15 July 2011). “Copa Libertadores de América” . RSSSF . Retrieved 6 March 2012 . Specific ^ a b “Copa Libertadores de América” . RSSSF . 3 July 2008 . Retrieved 13 December 2008 . ^ “Copa Libertadores final to be played in single match in 2019” . USA Today . 23 February 2018 . Retrieved 15 June 2020 . ^ “Copa Libertadores Trivia” . RSSSF . 11 September 2004 . Retrieved 23 July 2009 . ^ “Final de la CONMEBOL Libertadores 2018 se jugará el domingo 9 de diciembre en el Santiago Bernabéu de Madrid” [Final of the 2018 CONMEBOL Libertadores will be played on Sunday, 9 December at the Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid]. CONMEBOL (in Spanish). Luque . 29 November 2018 . Retrieved 29 November 2018 . External links [ edit ] Copa Libertadores history on Conmebol.com (archived) Copa Libertadores on the RSSSF v t e CONMEBOL club competition winners Men Copa Libertadores Copa Sudamericana Intercontinental Cup Supercopa Libertadores Copa CONMEBOL Recopa Sudamericana Women Copa Libertadores Femenina v t e Copa Libertadores Seasons 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Finals 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 History Finals Historical table Records and statistics Top scorers Winning managers Winning players Broadcasters Trophy Qualifying method in Argentina Retrieved from ” https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Copa_Libertadores_finals&oldid=1218282197 ” Categories : Copa Libertadores finals Copa Libertadores Lists of association football matches Hidden categories: CS1 Spanish-language sources (es) Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Featured lists This page was last edited on 10 April 2024, at 20:00 (UTC) . 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Copa Libertadores – Wikipedia Jump to content Main menu Main menu move to sidebar hide Navigation Main page Contents Current events Random article About Wikipedia Contact us Donate Contribute Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file Search Search Create account Log in Personal tools Create account Log in Pages for logged out editors learn more Contributions Talk Contents move to sidebar hide (Top) 1 History 2 Format Toggle Format subsection 2.1 Qualification 2.2 Rules 2.3 Tournament 3 Prizes Toggle Prizes subsection 3.1 Trophy 3.2 Prize money 4 Cultural impact Toggle Cultural impact subsection 4.1 The “Sueño Libertador” 4.2 “La Copa se mira y no se toca” 5 Media coverage 6 Sponsorship 7 Match ball 8 Records and statistics Toggle Records and statistics subsection 8.1 List of finals 9 Performances by club Toggle Performances by club subsection 9.1 Performances by nation 9.2 Most goals 9.3 Most appearances 10 See also 11 References 12 Further reading 13 External links Toggle the table of contents Copa Libertadores 59 languages العربية Asturianu Azərbaycanca Беларуская Беларуская (тарашкевіца) Български Bosanski Català Čeština Dansk Deutsch Eesti Ελληνικά Español Esperanto Euskara فارسی Français Gaeilge Galego 한국어 Հայերեն हिन्दी Hrvatski Bahasa Indonesia Íslenska Italiano עברית ქართული Қазақша Kiswahili Latviešu Lietuvių Magyar Македонски Bahasa Melayu Nederlands 日本語 Norsk bokmål Occitan Oʻzbekcha / ўзбекча Polski Português Română Русский Scots Simple English Slovenčina کوردی Српски / srpski Srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски Suomi Svenska ไทย Türkçe Українська Tiếng Việt 粵語 中文 Edit links Article Talk English Read Edit View history Tools Tools move to sidebar hide Actions Read Edit View history General What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Cite this page Get shortened URL Download QR code Wikidata item Print/export Download as PDF Printable version In other projects Wikimedia Commons From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia South American association football tournament This article is about the premier South American club tournament. For the competition trophy, see Copa Libertadores (trophy) . For U-20 tournament, see U-20 Copa Libertadores . Football tournament CONMEBOL Libertadores Organizing body CONMEBOL Founded 1960 ; 64 years ago ( 1960 ) Region South America Number of teams 47 (from 10 associations) Qualifier for Recopa Sudamericana FIFA Club World Cup FIFA Intercontinental Cup Related competitions Copa Sudamericana Current champion(s) Fluminense (1st title) Most successful club(s) Independiente (7 titles) Television broadcasters List of broadcasters Website conmebollibertadores.com 2024 Copa Libertadores The CONMEBOL Libertadores , also known as the Copa Libertadores de América ( Portuguese : Copa/Taça Libertadores da América ), is an annual continental club football competition organized by CONMEBOL since 1960. It is the highest level of competition in South American club football. The tournament is named after the Libertadores (Spanish and Portuguese for liberators ), the leaders of the Latin American wars of independence , [1] so a literal translation of its former name into English is ” Americas’ Liberators Cup “. The competition has had several formats over its lifetime. Initially, only the champions of the South American leagues participated. In 1966, the runners-up of the South American leagues began to join. In 1998, Mexican teams were invited to compete and contested regularly from 2000 until 2016. In 2000 the tournament was expanded from 20 to 32 teams. Today at least four clubs per country compete in the tournament, with Argentina and Brazil having the most representatives (six and seven clubs, respectively). A group stage has always been used but the number of teams per group has varied. [1] [2] In the present format, the tournament consists of eight stages, with the first stage taking place in late January. The four surviving teams from the first three stages join 28 teams in the group stage, which consists of eight groups of four teams each. The eight group winners and eight runners-up enter the knockout stages, which end with the final in November. The winner of the Copa Libertadores becomes eligible to play in the FIFA Club World Cup and the Recopa Sudamericana . [3] Independiente of Argentina is the most successful club in the cup’s history, having won the tournament seven times. Argentine clubs have accumulated the most victories with 25 wins, while Brazil has the largest number of winning teams, with 11 clubs having won the title. The cup has been won by 26 clubs, 15 of them more than once, and seven clubs have won two years in a row. History [ edit ] See also: History of the Copa Libertadores and List of Copa Libertadores finals The clashes for the Copa Aldao between the champions of Argentina and Uruguay kindled the idea of continental competition in the 1930s. [1] In 1948, the South American Championship of Champions (Spanish: Campeonato Sudamericano de Campeones ), the most direct precursor to the Copa Libertadores, was played and organized by the Chilean club Colo-Colo after years of planning and organization. [1] Held in Santiago , it brought together the champions of each nation’s top national leagues. [1] The tournament was won by Vasco da Gama of Brazil . [1] [4] [5] The 1948 South American tournament began, in continent-wide reach, the “champions cup” model, resulting in the creation of the European Cup in 1955, as confirmed by Jacques Ferran (one of the “founding fathers” of the European Cup ), in a 2015 interview with a Brazilian TV sports programme. [6] In 1958, the basis and format of the competition were created by Peñarol ‘s board leaders. On October 8, 1958, João Havelange announced, at a UEFA meeting he attended as an invitee, the creation of Copa de Campeones de America (American Champions Cup, renamed in 1965 as Copa Libertadores), as a South American equivalent of the European Cup , so that the champion clubs of both continental confederations could decide “the best club team of the world” in the Intercontinental Cup . [7] [8] On March 5, 1959, at the 24th South American Congress held in Buenos Aires , the competition was ratified by the International Affairs Committee. In 1965, it was named in honor of the heroes of South American liberation , such as Simón Bolívar , José de San Martín , Pedro I , Bernardo O’Higgins , and José Gervasio Artigas , among others. [1] Format [ edit ] Qualification [ edit ] Most teams qualify for the Copa Libertadores by winning half-year tournaments called the Apertura and Clausura tournaments or by finishing among the top teams in their championship. [3] The countries that use this format are Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. [3] Peru and Ecuador have developed new formats for qualification to the Copa Libertadores involving several stages. [3] Argentina, Brazil and Chile are the only South American leagues to use a European league format instead of the Apertura and Clausura format. [3] However, one berth for the Copa Libertadores can be won by winning the domestic cups in these countries. [3] Peru, Uruguay and Mexico formerly used a second tournament to decide qualification for the Libertadores (the “Liguilla Pre-Libertadores” between 1992 and 1997, the “Liguilla Pre-Libertadores de América” from 1974 to 2009, and the InterLiga from 2004 to 2010, respectively). [2] [3] Argentina used an analogous method only once in 1992 . Since 2011, the winner of the Copa Sudamericana has qualified automatically for the following Copa Libertadores. [3] [9] For the 2019 edition , the different stages of the competition were contested by the following teams: [3] Distribution of clubs in the Copa Libertadores First stage Bolivia Runners-up of Torneo Apertura Ecuador Second-best Serie A season aggregate Paraguay Second-best non-champion Primera División season aggregate Peru Fourth-placed team of Liga 1 Uruguay Second-best Primera División season aggregate Venezuela Second-best Primera División season aggregate Second stage 3 first stage winners Argentina Fourth-placed team of Liga Profesional de Fútbol Bolivia Runners-up of Torneo Clausura Brazil Fifth-placed team of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Sixth-placed team of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Chile Third-placed team of Chilean Primera División Champions of Copa Chile Colombia Best non-champion Primera A season aggregate Champions of Copa Colombia Ecuador Best Serie A season aggregate Paraguay Best non-champion Primera División season aggregate Peru Third-placed team of Liga 1 Uruguay Best Primera División season aggregate Venezuela Best Primera División season aggregate Third stage 8 second stage winners Group stage Defending champions Winners of the Copa Sudamericana 4 third stage winners Argentina Champions of Liga Profesional de Fútbol Champions of Copa Argentina Champions of Copa de la Liga Runners-up of Liga Profesional de Fútbol Third-placed team of Liga Profesional de Fútbol Bolivia Champions of Torneo Apertura Champions of Torneo Clausura Brazil Champions of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Champions of Copa do Brasil Runners-up of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Third-placed team of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Fourth-placed team of Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Chile Champions of Chilean Primera División Runners-up of Chilean Primera División Colombia Champions of Torneo Apertura Champions of Torneo Finalización Ecuador Champions of Serie A Runners-up of Serie A Paraguay Best Primera División champion season aggregate Second-best Primera División champion season aggregate Peru Champions of Liga 1 Runners-up of Liga 1 Uruguay Champions of Primera División Runners-up of Primera División Venezuela Champions of Primera División Serie Final Runners-up of Primera División Serie Final Final stages 8 group winners 8 group runners-up Country First Stage Second Stage Group Stage Brazil 2 5 Argentina 1 5 Chile 2 2 Colombia 2 2 Bolivia 1 1 2 Ecuador 1 1 2 Paraguay 1 1 2 Peru 1 1 2 Uruguay 1 1 2 Venezuela 1 1 2 The winners of the previous season’s Copa Libertadores are given an additional entry to the group stage if they do not qualify for the tournament through their domestic performance; however, if the title holders qualify for the tournament through their domestic performance, an additional entry is granted to the next eligible team, “replacing” the titleholder. Rules [ edit ] The Copa Libertadores logo is shown on the centre of the pitch before every game in the competition. Unlike most other competitions around the world, the Copa Libertadores historically did not use extra time , or away goals . [3] From 1960 to 1987, two-legged ties were decided on points (teams would be awarded 2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for a loss), without considering goal differences. If both teams were level on points after two legs, a third match would be played at a neutral venue. Goal difference would only come into play if the third match was drawn. If the third match did not produce an immediate winner, a penalty shootout was used to determine a winner. [3] From 1988 onwards, two-legged ties were decided on points, followed by goal difference, with an immediate penalty shootout if the tie was level on aggregate after full-time in the second leg. [3] Starting with the 2005 season, CONMEBOL began to use the away goals rule. [3] In 2008, the finals became an exception to the away goals rule and employed extra time. [3] From 1995 onwards, the ” Three points for a win ” standard, a system adopted by FIFA in 1995 that places additional value on wins, was adopted in CONMEBOL, with teams now earning 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for a loss. Tournament [ edit ] The current tournament features 47 clubs competing over a six- to eight-month period. There are three stages: the first, the second and the knockout stage. The first stage involves 12 clubs in a series of two-legged knockout ties. [3] The six survivors join 26 clubs in the second stage, in which they are divided into eight groups of four. [3] The teams in each group play in a double round-robin format, with each team playing home and away games against every other team in their group. [3] The top two teams from each group are then drawn into the knockout stage, which consists of two-legged knockout ties. [3] From that point, the competition proceeds with two-legged knockout ties to quarterfinals, semifinals, and the finals. [3] Between 1960 and 1987 the previous winners did not enter the competition until the semifinal stage, making it much easier to retain the cup. [3] Between 1960 and 2004, the winner of the tournament participated in the now-defunct Intercontinental Cup or (after 1980) Toyota Cup, a football competition endorsed by UEFA and CONMEBOL, contested against the winners of the European Cup (since renamed the UEFA Champions League) [3] Since 2004, the winner has played in the Club World Cup , an international competition contested by the champion clubs from all six continental confederations. It is organized by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association ( FIFA ), the sport’s global governing body. Because Europe and South America are considered the strongest centers of the sport, the champions of those continents enter the tournament at the semifinal stage. [3] The winning team also qualifies to play in the Recopa Sudamericana, a two-legged final series against the winners of the Copa Sudamericana . [3] Prizes [ edit ] Trophy [ edit ] Main article: Copa Libertadores (trophy) The tournament shares its name with the trophy, also called the Copa Libertadores or simply la Copa , which is awarded to the Copa Libertadores winner. It was designed by goldsmith Alberto de Gasperi, an Italian-born immigrant to Peru, in Camusso Jewelry in Lima at the behest of CONMEBOL. [10] The top of the laurel is made of sterling silver , except for the football player at the top (which is made of bronze with a silver coating). [11] The pedestal , which contains badges from every winner of the competition, is made of hardwood plywood . The badges show the season, the full name of the winning club, and the city and nation from which the champions hail. To the left of that information is the club logo. Any club which wins three consecutive tournaments has the right to keep the trophy. Today, the current trophy is the third in the history of the competition. Two clubs have kept the actual trophy after three consecutive wins: [12] Estudiantes after their third consecutive win in 1970 . They won a fourth title in 2009 . Independiente after their third consecutive win, and fifth overall, in 1974 . They have since won two more titles, in 1975 and 1984 . Prize money [ edit ] As of 2023 [update] , clubs in the Copa Libertadores receive US$500,000 for advancing into the second stage and US$1,000,000 per home match in the group phase, with an additional US$300,000 awarded per match won in that stage. That amount is derived from television rights and stadium advertising. The payment per home match increases to US$1,250,000 in the round of 16. The prize money then increases as each quarterfinalist receives US$1,700,000, US$2,300,000 is given to each semifinalist, US$7,000,000 is awarded to the runner-up, and the winner earns US$18,000,000. [13] Eliminated at the first stage: US$400,000 Eliminated at the second stage: US$500,000 Eliminated at the third stage: US$600,000 Group stage: US$3,000,000 Group stage win: US$300,000 Round of 16: US$1,250,000 Quarter-finals: US$1,700,000 Semi-finals: US$2,300,000 Runners-up: US$7,000,000 Champions: US$18,000,000 Cultural impact [ edit ] This section has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page . ( Learn how and when to remove these template messages ) This section possibly contains original research . Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations . Statements consisting only of original research should be removed. ( August 2015 ) ( Learn how and when to remove this message ) This section contains weasel words : vague phrasing that often accompanies biased or unverifiable information . Such statements should be clarified or removed . ( August 2015 ) This section may lend undue weight to certain ideas, incidents, or controversies . Please help to create a more balanced presentation . Discuss and resolve this issue before removing this message. ( August 2015 ) This section’s factual accuracy is disputed . Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page . Please help to ensure that disputed statements are reliably sourced . ( August 2015 ) ( Learn how and when to remove this message ) ( Learn how and when to remove this message ) The Copa Libertadores occupies an important space in South American culture. The folklore, fanfare, and organization of many competitions around the world owe its aspects to the Libertadores . The “Sueño Libertador” [ edit ] Since its creation, the Copa Libertadores has been part of the culture of South America. The Sueño Libertador (” Liberator Dream “) is a promotional phrase used by sports journalism in the context of winning or attempting to win the Copa Libertadores. [14] Thus, when a team gets eliminated from the competition, it is said that the team has awakened from the liberator dream. The project normally starts after the club wins its national league (which grants them the right to compete in the following year’s Copa Libertadores). It is common for clubs to spend large sums of money to win the Copa Libertadores. In 1998 for example, Vasco da Gama spent $10 million to win the competition, and in 1998, Palmeiras , managed by Luiz Felipe Scolari , brought Júnior Baiano among other players, winning the 1999 Copa Libertadores . The tournament is highly regarded among its participants. In 2010, players from Guadalajara stated that they would rather play in the Copa Libertadores final than appear in a friendly against Spain , then reigning world champions, [15] and dispute their national league. [16] Similarly, after their triumph in the 2010 Copa do Brasil , several Santos players made it known that they wished to stay at the club and participate in the 2011 Copa Libertadores , despite having multimillion-dollar contracts lined up for them at clubs participating in the UEFA Champions League , such as Chelsea of England and Lyon of France. [17] Former Boca Juniors goalkeeper Óscar Córdoba has stated that the Copa Libertadores was the most prestigious trophy he won in his career (above the Argentine league, Intercontinental Cup, etc.) [18] “La Copa se mira y no se toca” [ edit ] Since its inception in 1960, the Copa Libertadores had predominantly been won by clubs from nations with an Atlantic coast: Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. Olimpia of Paraguay became the first team outside of those nations to win the Copa Libertadores when they triumphed in 1979. The first club from a country with a Pacific coast to reach a final was Universitario of Lima , Peru , who lost in 1972 against Independiente of Argentina. [19] The following year, Independiente defeated Colo-Colo of Chile , another Pacific team, creating the myth that the trophy would never go to the west, giving birth to the saying, “La Copa se mira y no se toca” (Spanish: The Cup is to be seen, not to be touched ). [19] Unión Española became the third Pacific team to reach the final in 1975, although they also lost to Independiente. [19] Atletico Nacional of Medellín , Colombia, won the Copa Libertadores in 1989, becoming the first nation with a Pacific coastline to win the tournament. [20] In 1990 and 1998 Barcelona Sporting Club , of Ecuador also made it to the final but lost both finals to Olimpia and CR Vasco da Gama respectively. Other clubs from nations with Pacific coastlines to have won the competition are Colo-Colo of Chile in 1991, Once Caldas of Colombia in 2004, and LDU Quito of Ecuador in 2008. Atletico Nacional of Colombia earned their second title in 2016. Particular mockery was used from Argentinian teams to Chilean teams for never having obtained the Copa Libertadores, so after Colo-Colo ‘s triumph in 1991 a new phrase saying “la copa se mira y se toca” (Spanish: The Cup is seen and touched ) was implemented in Chile . Media coverage [ edit ] The tournament attracts television audiences beyond South America , Mexico , and Spain . Matches are broadcast in over 135 countries, with commentary in more than 30 languages, and thus the Copa is often considered one of the most watched sports events on TV; [21] Fox Sports , for example, reaches more than 25 million households in the Americas . [22] Movistar+ broadcasts live Copa Libertadores matches in Spain. [23] As of January 19, 2019 beIN Sports has obtained the broadcasting rights for Australia, Canada, MENA, New Zealand, and the United States beginning in 2019 through 2022. [24] Sponsorship [ edit ] From 1997 to 2017, the competition had a single main sponsor for naming rights. The first major sponsor was Toyota , who signed a ten-year contract with CONMEBOL in 1997. [25] The second major sponsor was Banco Santander , who signed a five-year contract with CONMEBOL in 2008. [26] The third and final title sponsor was Bridgestone , who signed a sponsorship deal for naming rights for a period of five years from 2013 edition to 2017. [27] As of 2024, the sponsors of Copa Libertadores are: Official Sponsors Amstel Brewery [28] Coca-Cola [29] Powerade Crypto.com [30] Entain [31] Bwin (Except Brazil) Sportingbet (Brazil only) EA Sports [32] Hyundai [33] Mapfre [34] Mastercard [35] Mercado Libre [36] TCL Technology [37] Official Partners DHL [38] Puma [39] Official Licensee Panini Group [40] The logo of Banco Santander displayed on the field of Estadio Gran Parque Central, 2010 Match ball [ edit ] German company Puma supplies the official match ball since 2024, as they do for all other CONMEBOL competitions. [41] This partnership ended CONMEBOL’s previous 20-year tenure with Nike . Puma Cumbre is the official match ball of the 2024 edition of both Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana . Records and statistics [ edit ] Main article: Copa Libertadores records and statistics See also: Historical table of the Copa Libertadores The data below does not include the 1948 South American Championship of Champions , as it is not listed by Conmebol either as a Copa Libertadores edition or as an official competition. However, at least in the years 1996/1997, Conmebol entitled equal status to both Copa Libertadores and the 1948 tournament, in that the 1948 champion club ( CR Vasco da Gama ) was allowed to participate in Supercopa Libertadores , a Conmebol official competition that allowed participation for former Libertadores champions only (for example, not admitting participation for champions of other Conmebol official competitions, such as Copa CONMEBOL ). List of finals [ edit ] Main article: List of Copa Libertadores finals From 1960 to 1987 the winner was defined by points (2 per win, 1 per draw), with a third match if necessary. From 1989 to 2018 the winner was defined by goal difference , with no playoff held. From 2019, the final was played under a single match. Keys Playoff result Aggregate score (only indicated in case both teams were tied on points) Defined on penalty shoot-out in the second leg Year Winners 1st. leg 2nd. leg Playoff/ Agg. Runners-up Venue (1st leg) City (1st leg) Venue (2nd leg) City (2nd leg) Venue (Playoff) City (Playoff) 1960 Peñarol 1–0 1–1 – Olimpia Centenario Montevideo Manuel Ferreira Asunción – 1961 Peñarol 1–0 1–1 – Palmeiras Centenario Montevideo Pacaembu São Paulo – 1962 Santos 2–1 2–3 3–0 Peñarol Villa Belmiro Santos Centenario Montevideo Monumental Buenos Aires 1963 Santos 3–2 2–1 – Boca Juniors Maracanã Rio de Janeiro Bombonera Buenos Aires – 1964 Independiente 0–0 1–0 – Nacional Centenario Montevideo Independiente Avellaneda – 1965 Independiente 1–0 1–3 4–1 Peñarol Independiente Avellaneda Centenario Montevideo Nacional Santiago 1966 Peñarol 2–0 2–3 4–2 River Plate Centenario Montevideo Monumental Buenos Aires Nacional Santiago 1967 Racing 0–0 0–0 2–1 Nacional Racing Avellaneda Centenario Montevideo Nacional Santiago 1968 Estudiantes 2–1 1–3 2–0 Palmeiras Estudiantes La Plata Pacaembu São Paulo Centenario Montevideo 1969 Estudiantes 1–0 2–0 – Nacional Centenario Montevideo Estudiantes La Plata – 1970 Estudiantes 1–0 0–0 – Peñarol Estudiantes La Plata Centenario Montevideo – 1971 Nacional 0–1 1–0 2–0 Estudiantes Estudiantes La Plata Centenario Montevideo Nacional Lima 1972 Independiente 0–0 2–1 – Universitario Nacional Lima Independiente Avellaneda – 1973 Independiente 1–1 0–0 2–1 Colo Colo Independiente Avellaneda Nacional Santiago Centenario Montevideo 1974 Independiente 1–2 2–0 1–0 São Paulo Pacaembu São Paulo Independiente Avellaneda Nacional Santiago 1975 Independiente 0–1 3–1 2–0 Unión Española Nacional Santiago Independiente Avellaneda Defensores del Chaco Asunción 1976 Cruzeiro 4–1 1–2 3–2 River Plate Mineirão Belo Horizonte Monumental Buenos Aires Nacional Santiago 1977 Boca Juniors 1–0 0–1 0–0 (5–4 ( p )) Cruzeiro Bombonera Buenos Aires Mineirão Belo Horizonte Centenario Montevideo 1978 Boca Juniors 0–0 4–0 – Deportivo Cali Pascual Guerrero Cali Bombonera Buenos Aires – 1979 Olimpia 2–0 0–0 – Boca Juniors Defefensores del Chaco Asunción Bombonera Buenos Aires – 1980 Nacional 0–0 1–0 – Internacional Beira-Rio Porto Alegre Centenario Montevideo – 1981 Flamengo 2–1 0–1 2–0 Cobreloa Maracanã Rio de Janeiro Nacional Santiago Centenario Montevideo 1982 Peñarol 0–0 1–0 – Cobreloa Centenario Montevideo Nacional Santiago – 1983 Grêmio 1–1 2–1 – Peñarol Centenario Montevideo Olímpico Porto Alegre – 1984 Independiente 1–0 0–0 – Grêmio Olímpico Porto Alegre Independiente Avellaneda – 1985 Argentinos Juniors 1–0 0–1 1–1 (5–4 ( p )) América Cali Monumental Buenos Aires Pascual Guerrero Cali Defensores del Chaco Asunción 1986 River Plate 2–1 1–0 – América Cali Pascual Guerrero Cali Monumental Buenos Aires – 1987 Peñarol 0–2 2–1 1–0 América Cali Pascual Guerrero Cali Centenario Montevideo Nacional Santiago 1988 Nacional 0–1 3–0 3–1 Newell’s Old Boys Gigante de Arroyito Rosario Centenario Montevideo – 1989 Atlético Nacional 0–2 2–0 5–4 ( p ) Olimpia Defensores del Chaco Asunción El Campín Bogotá – 1990 Olimpia 2–0 1–1 – Barcelona Defensores del Chaco Asunción Monumental Guayaquil – 1991 Colo Colo 0–0 3–0 – Olimpia Defensores del Chaco Asunción David Arellano Santiago – 1992 São Paulo 0–1 1–0 3–2 ( p ) Newell’s Old Boys Gigante de Arroyito Rosario Morumbi São Paulo – 1993 São Paulo 5–1 0–2 5–3 Universidad Católica Morumbi São Paulo Nacional Santiago – 1994 Vélez Sarsfield 1–0 0–1 5–3 ( p ) São Paulo José Amalfitani Buenos Aires Morumbi São Paulo – 1995 Grêmio 3–1 1–1 – Atlético Nacional Olímpico Porto Alegre Atanasio Girardot Medellín – 1996 River Plate 0–1 2–0 2–1 América Cali Pascual Guerrero Cali Monumental Buenos Aires – 1997 Cruzeiro 0–0 1–0 – Sporting Cristal Nacional Lima Mineirão Belo Horizonte – 1998 Vasco da Gama 2–0 2–1 – Barcelona São Januário Rio de Janeiro Monumental Guayaquil – 1999 Palmeiras 0–1 2–1 4–3 ( p ) Deportivo Cali Pascual Guerrero Cali Palestra Itália São Paulo – 2000 Boca Juniors 2–2 0–0 4–2 ( p ) Palmeiras Bombonera Buenos Aires Morumbi São Paulo – 2001 Boca Juniors 1–0 0–1 3–1 ( p ) Cruz Azul Azteca Mexico City Bombonera Buenos Aires – 2002 Olimpia 0–1 2–1 4–2 ( p ) São Caetano Defensores del Chaco Asunción Pacaembu São Paulo – 2003 Boca Juniors 2–0 3–1 – Santos Bombonera Buenos Aires Morumbi São Paulo – 2004 Once Caldas 0–0 1–1 2–0 ( p ) Boca Juniors Bombonera Buenos Aires Palogrande Manizales – 2005 São Paulo 1–1 4–0 – Athletico Paranaense Beira-Rio Porto Alegre Morumbi São Paulo – 2006 Internacional 2–1 2–2 – São Paulo Morumbi São Paulo Beira-Rio Porto Alegre – 2007 Boca Juniors 3–0 2–0 – Grêmio Bombonera Buenos Aires Olímpico Porto Alegre – 2008 LDU Quito 4–2 1–3 3–1 ( p ) Fluminense Casa Blanca Quito Maracanã Rio de Janeiro – 2009 Estudiantes 0–0 2–1 – Cruzeiro Estadio Único La Plata Mineirão Belo Horizonte – 2010 Internacional 2–1 3–2 – Guadalajara Omnilife Zapopan Beira-Rio Porto Alegre – 2011 Santos 0–0 2–1 – Peñarol Centenario Montevideo Pacaembu São Paulo – 2012 Corinthians 1–1 2–0 – Boca Juniors Bombonera Buenos Aires Pacaembu São Paulo – 2013 Atlético Mineiro 0–2 2–0 4–3 ( p ) Olimpia Defensores Chaco Asunción Mineirão Belo Horizonte – 2014 San Lorenzo 1–1 1–0 – Nacional Defensores Chaco Asunción Pedro Bidegain Buenos Aires – 2015 River Plate 0–0 3–0 – UANL Universitario San Nicolás de los Garza Monumental Buenos Aires – 2016 Atlético Nacional 1–1 1–0 – Independiente del Valle Olímpico Quito Atanasio Girardot Medellín – 2017 Grêmio 1–0 2–1 – Lanús Grêmio Porto Alegre Ciudad Lanús Lanús – 2018 River Plate 2–2 3–1 – Boca Juniors Bombonera Buenos Aires Santiago Bernabéu Madrid – 2019 Flamengo 2–1 River Plate Monumental Lima – [note 1] 2020 Palmeiras 1–0 Santos Maracanã Rio de Janeiro – 2021 Palmeiras 2–1 Flamengo Centenario Montevideo – 2022 Flamengo 1–0 Athletico Paranaense Monumental Guayaquil – 2023 Fluminense 2–1 Boca Juniors Maracanã Rio de Janeiro – Notes ^ Since this edition, the final was played under a single match format. Performances by club [ edit ] Bolivia and Venezuela are the only countries never to reach a final. Beyond them, Peru (and Mexico in their invitational period) are the only ones never to win a final. Performance in the Copa Libertadores by club Club Titles Runners-up Seasons won Seasons runner-up Independiente 7 0 1964 , 1965 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1984 — Boca Juniors 6 6 1977 , 1978 , 2000 , 2001 , 2003 , 2007 1963 , 1979 , 2004 , 2012 , 2018 , 2023 Peñarol 5 5 1960 , 1961 , 1966 , 1982 , 1987 1962 , 1965 , 1970 , 1983 , 2011 River Plate 4 3 1986 , 1996 , 2015 , 2018 1966 , 1976 , 2019 Estudiantes 4 1 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 2009 1971 Olimpia 3 4 1979 , 1990 , 2002 1960 , 1989 , 1991 , 2013 Nacional 3 3 1971 , 1980 , 1988 1964 , 1967 , 1969 São Paulo 3 3 1992 , 1993 , 2005 1974 , 1994 , 2006 Palmeiras 3 3 1999 , 2020 , 2021 1961 , 1968 , 2000 Santos 3 2 1962 , 1963 , 2011 2003 , 2020 Grêmio 3 2 1983 , 1995 , 2017 1984 , 2007 Flamengo 3 1 1981 , 2019 , 2022 2021 Cruzeiro 2 2 1976 , 1997 1977 , 2009 Internacional 2 1 2006 , 2010 1980 Atlético Nacional 2 1 1989 , 2016 1995 Colo-Colo 1 1 1991 1973 Fluminense 1 1 2023 2008 Racing 1 0 1967 — Argentinos Juniors 1 0 1985 — Vélez Sársfield 1 0 1994 — Vasco da Gama 1 0 1998 — Once Caldas 1 0 2004 — LDU Quito 1 0 2008 — Corinthians 1 0 2012 — Atlético Mineiro 1 0 2013 — San Lorenzo 1 0 2014 — América de Cali 0 4 — 1985 , 1986 , 1987 , 1996 Cobreloa 0 2 — 1981 , 1982 Newell’s Old Boys 0 2 — 1988 , 1992 Barcelona 0 2 — 1990 , 1998 Deportivo Cali 0 2 — 1978 , 1999 Athletico Paranaense 0 2 — 2005 , 2022 Universitario 0 1 — 1972 Unión Española 0 1 — 1975 Universidad Católica 0 1 — 1993 Sporting Cristal 0 1 — 1997 Cruz Azul 0 1 — 2001 São Caetano 0 1 — 2002 Guadalajara 0 1 — 2010 Nacional 0 1 — 2014 UANL 0 1 — 2015 Independiente del Valle 0 1 — 2016 Lanús 0 1 — 2017 Performances by nation [ edit ] Performances in finals by nation Nation Titles Runners-up Total Argentina 25 13 38 Brazil 23 18 41 Uruguay 8 8 16 Colombia 3 7 10 Paraguay 3 5 8 Chile 1 5 6 Ecuador 1 3 4 Mexico 0 3 3 Peru 0 2 2 Bolivia 0 0 0 Venezuela 0 0 0 Most goals [ edit ] Main article: List of Copa Libertadores top scorers Alberto Spencer scored 54 total goals in the competition, a record that still stands today. Daniel Onega scored a record 17 goals in a single season during the 1966 tournament . Rank Country Player Goals Apps Goal Ratio Debut Club(s) 1 Alberto Spencer 54 87 0.62 1960 Peñarol Barcelona 2 Fernando Morena 37 77 0.48 1973 Peñarol 3 Pedro Rocha 36 88 0.41 1962 Peñarol São Paulo Palmeiras 4 Daniel Onega 31 47 0.66 1966 River Plate Gabriel Barbosa 31 48 0.60 2018 Santos Flamengo 5 Julio Morales 30 76 0.39 1966 Nacional 6 Luizão 29 43 0.67 1998 Vasco da Gama Corinthians Grêmio São Paulo Antony de Ávila 29 94 0.31 1983 América de Cali Barcelona Juan Carlos Sarnari 29 62 0.47 1966 River Plate Universidad Católica Universidad de Chile Santa Fe 10 Juan Carlos Sánchez 26 53 0.49 1973 Jorge Wilstermann Blooming San José Luis Artime 26 40 0.65 1966 Independiente Nacional Most appearances [ edit ] Rank Country Player Apps Goals From To Club(s) 1 Ever Hugo Almeida 113 0 1973 1990 Olimpia 2 Antony de Ávila 94 29 1983 1998 América de Cali Barcelona 3 Vladimir Soria 93 4 1986 2000 Bolívar 4 Willington Ortiz 92 19 1973 1988 Millonarios América de Cali Deportivo Cali 5 Rogério Ceni 90 14 2004 2015 São Paulo 6 Pedro Rocha 88 36 1962 1979 Peñarol São Paulo Palmeiras 7 Alberto Spencer 87 54 1960 1972 Peñarol Barcelona Carlos Borja 87 11 1979 1997 Bolívar 9 Juan Battaglia 85 22 1978 1990 Cerro Porteño América de Cali 10 Álex Escobar 83 14 1985 2000 América de Cali LDU Quito See also [ edit ] Copa Libertadores Femenina Copa Sudamericana Continental football championships South American Championship of Champions Copa Aldao References [ edit ] ^ a b c d e f g Carluccio, José (September 2, 2007). “¿Qué es la Copa Libertadores de América?” [What is the Copa Libertadores de América?] (in Spanish). 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November 1, 2018. ^ “beIN SPORTS Wins Exclusive Broadcast Rights to Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana and Recopa Sudamericana” . AP News. January 18, 2019. ^ “Bridgestone succeeds Santander as Copa Libertadores title sponsor” . Soccerrex. 2012. Archived from the original on January 17, 2022 . Retrieved November 6, 2018 . ^ “Corporation Sponsorship” . Santander Group. 2013 . Retrieved September 26, 2013 . ^ “Bridgestone and Conmebol announce five-year sponsorship of Copa Libertadores” . Bridgestone Americas. 2012 . Retrieved November 6, 2018 . ^ “Amstel da la bienvenida al nuevo acuerdo con la CONMEBOL Libertadores Femenina y amplía su acuerdo con la CONMEBOL para promover la inclusión en el fútbol de toda Sudamérica hasta 2026 – CONMEBOL” . www.conmebol.com (in European Spanish). January 11, 2023 . Retrieved March 25, 2024 . ^ “Coca-Cola y Powerade, nuevos Patrocinadores Oficiales de los Torneos de Clubes de la CONMEBOL – CONMEBOL” . www.conmebol.com (in European Spanish). 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Retrieved April 30, 2024 . ^ “Mastercard extends its sponsorship agreement for CONMEBOL Libertadores through 2026 and adds CONMEBOL Libertadores Femenina to its regional sponsorship portfolio” . www.mastercard.com . Retrieved March 25, 2024 . ^ “Mercado Libre es nuevo sponsor oficial de la CONMEBOL – CONMEBOL” . www.conmebol.com (in European Spanish). September 6, 2023 . Retrieved March 25, 2024 . ^ “TCL Electronics é a nova Patrocinadora Oficial da CONMEBOL Libertadores para o ciclo 2023-2026 – CONMEBOL” . www.conmebol.com (in Brazilian Portuguese). March 14, 2023 . Retrieved March 25, 2024 . ^ “DHL é o novo Patrocinador Oficial da CONMEBOL Sudamericana e Sócio Logístico Oficial da CONMEBOL Libertadores – CONMEBOL” . www.conmebol.com (in European Spanish). August 12, 2021 . Retrieved March 25, 2024 . ^ “PUMA PARTNERS WITH CONMEBOL TO SPONSOR MAJOR FOOTBALL TOURNAMENTS AND PRODUCT IN LATIN AMERICA | PUMA®” . about.puma.com . Retrieved March 25, 2024 . ^ “Saiu o novo álbum da Panini exclusivo da CONMEBOL Libertadores! – CONMEBOL” . www.conmebol.com (in Brazilian Portuguese). June 23, 2023 . Retrieved March 25, 2024 . ^ “PUMA PARTNERS WITH CONMEBOL TO SPONSOR MAJOR FOOTBALL TOURNAMENTS AND PRODUCT IN LATIN AMERICA | PUMA®” . about.puma.com . Retrieved March 25, 2024 . Further reading [ edit ] Goldblatt, David Goldblatt (2008). The Ball Is Round: A Global History of Soccer . Penguin Group. ISBN 978-1-59448-296-0 . Jozsa, Frank (2009). Global Sports: Cultures, Markets and Organizations . World Scientific. ISBN 978-981-283-569-7 . Barraza, Jorge (1990). Copa Libertadores de América, 30 años (in Spanish). Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol. Napoleão, Antonio Carlos (1999). O Brasil na Taça Libertadores da América (in Portuguese). Mauad Editora Ltda. ISBN 85-7478-001-4 . Todeschini, Maurício (2008). Taças Internacionais – Clubes 1927–2007 (in Portuguese). LuísAmorimEditions. ISBN 978-989-95672-2-1 . 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International football competition The 2024 Copa CONMEBOL Libertadores is the 65th edition of the CONMEBOL Libertadores (also referred to as the Copa Libertadores ), South America ‘s premier club football tournament organized by CONMEBOL . The competition began on 6 February and is scheduled to end on 30 November 2024, with the final to be played in Buenos Aires , Argentina. [1] [2] The winners of the 2024 Copa Libertadores will earn the right to play against the winners of the 2024 Copa Sudamericana in the 2025 Recopa Sudamericana . They will also automatically qualify for the 2024 FIFA Intercontinental Cup , the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup and the 2025 Copa Libertadores group stage. Fluminense are the defending champions. Teams [ edit ] The following 47 teams from the 10 CONMEBOL member associations qualified for the tournament: Copa Libertadores champions Copa Sudamericana champions Brazil: 7 berths Argentina: 6 berths All other associations: 4 berths each The entry stage is determined as follows: [3] First stage: 6 teams Teams which qualified for berth 4 from Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela Second stage: 13 teams Teams which qualified for berths 6–7 from Brazil Team which qualified for berth 6 from Argentina Teams which qualified for berths 3–4 from Chile and Colombia Teams which qualified for berth 3 from all other associations Group stage: 28 teams Copa Libertadores champions Copa Sudamericana champions Teams which qualified for berths 1–5 from Argentina and Brazil Teams which qualified for berths 1–2 from all other associations Association Team (Berth) Entry stage Qualification method Argentina (6 berths) River Plate (Argentina 1) Group stage 2023 Primera División champions [4] Rosario Central (Argentina 2) 2023 Copa de la Liga Profesional champions [4] Estudiantes (Argentina 3) 2023 Copa Argentina champions [4] Talleres (Argentina 4) 2023 Primera División and Copa de la Liga Profesional aggregate table best team not yet qualified [4] San Lorenzo (Argentina 5) 2023 Primera División and Copa de la Liga Profesional aggregate table 2nd best team not yet qualified [4] Godoy Cruz (Argentina 6) Second stage 2023 Primera División and Copa de la Liga Profesional aggregate table 3rd best team not yet qualified [4] Bolivia (4 berths) The Strongest (Bolivia 1) Group stage 2023 Primera División champions [5] Bolívar (Bolivia 2) 2023 Primera División and Copa de la División Profesional aggregate table best team not yet qualified [5] Always Ready (Bolivia 3) Second stage 2023 Primera División and Copa de la División Profesional aggregate table 2nd best team not yet qualified [5] Aurora (Bolivia 4) First stage 2023 Primera División and Copa de la División Profesional aggregate table 3rd best team not yet qualified [5] Brazil (7 + 1 berths) Fluminense (Title holders) Group stage 2023 Copa Libertadores champions São Paulo (Brazil 1) 2023 Copa do Brasil champions [6] Palmeiras (Brazil 2) 2023 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A champions [6] Grêmio (Brazil 3) 2023 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A runners-up [6] Atlético Mineiro (Brazil 4) 2023 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 3rd place [6] Flamengo (Brazil 5) 2023 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 4th place [6] Botafogo (Brazil 6) Second stage 2023 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 5th place [6] Red Bull Bragantino (Brazil 7) 2023 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 6th place [6] Chile (4 berths) Huachipato (Chile 1) Group stage 2023 Primera División champions [7] Cobresal (Chile 2) 2023 Primera División runners-up [7] Colo-Colo (Chile 3) Second stage 2023 Primera División 3rd place [7] Palestino (Chile 4) 2023 Primera División 4th place [7] Colombia (4 berths) Millonarios (Colombia 1) Group stage 2023 Apertura champions [8] Junior (Colombia 2) 2023 Finalización champions [8] Águilas Doradas (Colombia 3) Second stage 2023 Primera A aggregate table best team not yet qualified [8] Atlético Nacional (Colombia 4) 2023 Copa Colombia champions [8] Ecuador (4 + 1 berths) LDU Quito (Copa Sudamericana) Group stage 2023 Copa Sudamericana champions Independiente del Valle (Ecuador 1) 2023 Serie A runners-up [9] Barcelona (Ecuador 2) 2023 Serie A aggregate table best team not yet qualified [9] El Nacional (Ecuador 3) Second stage 2023 Serie A aggregate table 2nd best team not yet qualified [9] Aucas (Ecuador 4) First stage 2023 Serie A aggregate table 3rd best team not yet qualified [9] Paraguay (4 berths) Libertad (Paraguay 1) Group stage 2023 Apertura and 2023 Clausura champions Cerro Porteño (Paraguay 2) 2023 Primera División aggregate table best team not yet qualified Sportivo Trinidense (Paraguay 3) Second stage 2023 Primera División aggregate table 2nd best team not yet qualified Nacional (Paraguay 4) First stage 2023 Copa Paraguay 3rd place Peru (4 berths) Universitario (Peru 1) Group stage 2023 Liga 1 champions [10] Alianza Lima (Peru 2) 2023 Liga 1 runners-up [10] Sporting Cristal (Peru 3) Second stage 2023 Liga 1 3rd place [10] Melgar (Peru 4) First stage 2023 Liga 1 4th place [10] Uruguay (4 berths) Liverpool (Uruguay 1) Group stage 2023 Primera División champions [11] Peñarol (Uruguay 2) 2023 Primera División runners-up [11] Nacional (Uruguay 3) Second stage 2023 Primera División aggregate table best team not yet qualified [11] Defensor Sporting (Uruguay 4) First stage 2023 Primera División aggregate table 2nd best team not yet qualified [11] Venezuela (4 berths) Deportivo Táchira (Venezuela 1) Group stage 2023 Primera División champions [12] Caracas (Venezuela 2) 2023 Primera División runners-up [12] Portuguesa (Venezuela 3) Second stage 2023 Primera División 3rd place [12] Academia Puerto Cabello (Venezuela 4) First stage 2023 Primera División 4th place [12] Schedule [ edit ] The schedule of the competition is as follows: [13] [14] Schedule for 2024 Copa Libertadores Stage Draw date First leg Second leg First stage 19 December 2023 [1] 6–8 February 2024 13–15 February 2024 Second stage 20–22 February 2024 27–29 February 2024 Third stage 5–7 March 2024 12–14 March 2024 Group stage 18 March 2024 [15] Matchday 1: 2–4 April 2024 Matchday 2: 9–11 April 2024 Matchday 3: 23–25 April 2024 Matchday 4: 7–9 May 2024 Matchday 5: 14–16 May 2024 Matchday 6: 28–30 May 2024 Round of 16 3 June 2024 13–15 August 2024 20–22 August 2024 Quarter-finals 17–19 September 2024 24–26 September 2024 Semi-finals 22–24 October 2024 29–31 October 2024 Final 30 November 2024 in Buenos Aires Draws [ edit ] Buenos Aires Estudiantes Godoy Cruz Rosario Central Talleres Aurora La Paz Atlético Mineiro Grêmio RB Bragantino Rio de Janeiro São Paulo Santiago Cobresal Huachipato Águilas Doradas Atl. Nacional Junior Millonarios Barcelona Quito Asunción Lima Melgar Montevideo Pto. Cabello Caracas Dep. Táchira Portuguesa Quito teams Aucas El Nacional Indep. del Valle LDU Quito Lima teams Alianza Lima Sporting Cristal Universitario La Paz teams Always Ready Bolívar The Strongest Santiago teams Colo-Colo Palestino Rio de Janeiro teams Botafogo Flamengo Fluminense São Paulo teams Palmeiras São Paulo Asunción teams Cerro Porteño Libertad Nacional Sportivo Trinidense Montevideo teams Defensor Sporting Liverpool Nacional Peñarol Buenos Aires teams River Plate San Lorenzo class=notpageimage| Location of teams of the 2024 Copa Libertadores . Brown: Group A; Red: Group B; Orange: Group C; Yellow: Group D; Green: Group E; Blue: Group F; Purple: Group G; Pink: Group H; White: Play-off rounds. The draw for the qualifying stages was held on 19 December 2023, 12:00 PYST ( UTC−3 ), at the CONMEBOL Convention Centre in Luque , Paraguay . [16] [17] Teams were seeded by their CONMEBOL Clubs ranking as of 18 December 2023 (shown in parentheses), [18] taking into account the following three factors: [19] Performance in the last 10 years, taking into account Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana results in the period 2014–2023. Historical coefficient, taking into account Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana results in the period 1960–2013 and 2002–2013 respectively. Local tournament champion, with bonus points awarded to domestic league champions of the last 10 years. For the first stage, the six teams were drawn into three ties (E1–E3), with the teams from Pot 1 hosting the second leg. [20] First stage draw Pot 1 Pot 2 Melgar (44) Defensor Sporting (66) Nacional (84) Aucas (88) Academia Puerto Cabello (162) Aurora (243) [†] † The identity of the team Bolivia 4 was not known at the time the pots were announced and it was seeded in Pot 2. For the second stage, the 16 teams were drawn into eight ties (C1–C8), with the teams from Pot 1 hosting the second leg. Teams from the same association could not be drawn into the same tie, excluding the three winners of the first stage, which were seeded in Pot 2 and whose identity was not known at the time of the draw, and could be drawn into the same tie with another team from the same association. [20] Second stage draw Pot 1 Pot 2 Nacional (5) Atlético Nacional (21) Colo-Colo (26) Sporting Cristal (34) Red Bull Bragantino (41) Botafogo (49) Palestino (62) El Nacional (68) Godoy Cruz (72) Always Ready (74) Portuguesa (119) Águilas Doradas (187) Sportivo Trinidense (No rank) First stage winner E1 First stage winner E2 First stage winner E3 For the third stage, the eight winners of the second stage were allocated without any draw into the following four ties (G1–G4), with the team in each tie with the higher CONMEBOL ranking hosting the second leg. [20] Second stage winner C1 vs. Second stage winner C8 Second stage winner C2 vs. Second stage winner C7 Second stage winner C3 vs. Second stage winner C6 Second stage winner C4 vs. Second stage winner C5 For the group stage, the 32 teams were drawn into eight groups (Groups A–H) of four containing a team from each of the four pots. Teams from the same association could not be drawn into the same group, excluding the four winners of the third stage, which were allocated to Pot 4 and could be drawn into the same group with another team from the same association. Group stage draw Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4 Fluminense [TH] (12) Palmeiras (1) River Plate (2) Flamengo (4) Grêmio (7) Peñarol (8) São Paulo (9) LDU Quito [CS] (13) Atlético Mineiro (14) Independiente del Valle (16) Libertad (17) Cerro Porteño (19) Estudiantes (23) Barcelona (24) Bolívar (27) Junior (31) San Lorenzo (32) The Strongest (38) Universitario (42) Deportivo Táchira (47) Rosario Central (50) Alianza Lima (52) Millonarios (54) Talleres (58) Caracas (59) Liverpool (103) Huachipato (105) Cobresal (154) Botafogo [Q3] (49) Palestino [Q3] (62) Nacional [Q3] (5) Colo-Colo [Q3] (26) Notes ^ TH The defending Copa Libertadores champions were automatically allocated to Group A and the position A1. ^ CS The defending Copa Sudamericana champions (normally seeded in Pot 2) were seeded in Pot 1 due to their CONMEBOL Clubs rank. ^ Q3 The third stage winners were seeded in Pot 4. Qualifying stages [ edit ] Main article: 2024 Copa Libertadores qualifying stages In the qualifying stages, each tie was played on a home-and-away two-legged basis. If tied on aggregate, extra time would not be played, and a penalty shoot-out would be used to determine the winner (Regulations Article 2.4.3). [3] The qualifying stages are structured as follows: First stage (6 teams): The three winners of the first stage advance to the second stage to join the 13 teams which are given byes to the second stage. Second stage (16 teams): The eight winners of the second stage advance to the third stage. Third stage (8 teams): The four winners of the third stage advance to the group stage to join the 28 direct entrants. The four teams eliminated in the third stage enter the Copa Sudamericana group stage. First stage [ edit ] Team 1 Agg. Tooltip Aggregate score Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg Academia Puerto Cabello 3–3 (4–2 p ) Defensor Sporting 3–2 0–1 Aurora 2–1 Melgar 1–0 1–1 Aucas 1–3 Nacional 1–0 0–3 Second stage [ edit ] Team 1 Agg. Tooltip Aggregate score Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg Águilas Doradas 0–0 (3–4 p ) Red Bull Bragantino 0–0 0–0 Nacional 4–0 Atlético Nacional 1–0 3–0 Always Ready 7–4 Sporting Cristal 6–1 1–3 Godoy Cruz 0–1 Colo-Colo 0–1 0–0 Sportivo Trinidense 2–1 El Nacional 1–1 1–0 Academia Puerto Cabello 0–4 Nacional 0–2 0–2 Portuguesa 2–4 Palestino 1–2 1–2 Aurora 1–7 Botafogo 1–1 0–6 Third stage [ edit ] Team 1 Agg. Tooltip Aggregate score Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg Botafogo 3–2 Red Bull Bragantino 2–1 1–1 Nacional 3–3 (1–3 p ) Palestino 0–2 3–1 Always Ready 2–2 (4–5 p ) Nacional 1–0 1–2 Sportivo Trinidense 2–3 Colo-Colo 1–1 1–2 Group stage [ edit ] Main article: 2024 Copa Libertadores group stage In the group stage, each group is played on a home-and-away round-robin basis. The teams are ranked according to the following criteria: 1. Points (3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, and 0 points for a loss); 2. Goal difference ; 3. Goals scored; 4. Away goals scored; 5. CONMEBOL ranking (Regulations Article 2.4.2). [3] [21] The winners and runners-up of each group will advance to the round of 16 of the final stages . The third-placed teams of each group will enter the knockout round play-offs of the 2024 Copa Sudamericana . Group A [ edit ] Pos Team v t e Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification FLU CCP CCL ALI 1 Fluminense 3 1 2 0 3 2 +1 5 Round of 16 — 16 May 2–1 29 May 2 Cerro Porteño 4 1 2 1 2 2 0 5 0–0 — 29 May 1–0 3 Colo-Colo 3 1 1 1 2 2 0 4 Copa Sudamericana 9 May 1–0 — 0–0 4 Alianza Lima 4 0 3 1 2 3 −1 3 1–1 1–1 15 May — Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2024. Source: CONMEBOL Group B [ edit ] Pos Team v t e Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification TAL SPA BSC COB 1 Talleres (A) 4 3 1 0 9 4 +5 10 Round of 16 — 2–1 3–1 14 May 2 São Paulo (A) 4 3 0 1 8 3 +5 9 29 May — 16 May 2–0 3 Barcelona (Y) 4 0 2 2 4 8 −4 2 Copa Sudamericana 2–2 0–2 — 29 May 4 Cobresal (Y) 4 0 1 3 2 8 −6 1 0–2 1–3 1–1 — Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2024. Source: CONMEBOL (A) Advance to a further round; (Y) Cannot qualify for round of 16, but may still qualify for Copa Sudamericana knockout round play-offs Group C [ edit ] Pos Team v t e Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification HUA STR EST GRE 1 Huachipato 3 1 2 0 3 1 +2 5 Round of 16 — 0–0 1–1 PPD 2 The Strongest 3 1 1 1 3 2 +1 4 15 May — 9 May 2–0 3 Estudiantes 3 1 1 1 3 3 0 4 Copa Sudamericana 29 May 2–1 — 0–1 4 Grêmio 3 1 0 2 1 4 −3 3 0–2 29 May PPD — Updated to match(es) played on 24 April 2024. Source: CONMEBOL Group D [ edit ] Pos Team v t e Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification JUN BOT UNI LDQ 1 Junior 4 1 3 0 6 4 +2 6 Round of 16 — 28 May 1–1 1–1 2 Botafogo 4 2 0 2 6 6 0 6 1–3 — 3–1 2–1 3 Universitario 4 1 2 1 5 6 −1 5 Copa Sudamericana 1–1 16 May — 2–1 4 LDU Quito 4 1 1 2 4 5 −1 4 14 May 1–0 28 May — Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2024. Source: CONMEBOL Group E [ edit ] Pos Team v t e Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification BOL PAL FLA MIL 1 Bolívar (X) 4 3 1 0 10 4 +6 10 Round of 16 — 28 May 2–1 3–2 2 Palestino 4 2 0 2 4 7 −3 6 0–4 — 1–0 3–1 3 Flamengo 4 1 1 2 4 4 0 4 Copa Sudamericana 15 May 2–0 — 28 May 4 Millonarios 4 0 2 2 5 8 −3 2 1–1 14 May 1–1 — Updated to match(es) played on 8 May 2024. Source: CONMEBOL (X) Assured of at least Copa Sudamericana knockout round play-offs Group F [ edit ] Pos Team v t e Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification PAL IDV LIV SLO 1 Palmeiras 3 2 1 0 7 4 +3 7 Round of 16 — 15 May 3–1 30 May 2 Independiente del Valle 3 1 1 1 5 4 +1 4 2–3 — 30 May 2–0 3 Liverpool 3 1 1 1 3 4 −1 4 Copa Sudamericana 9 May 1–1 — 1–0 4 San Lorenzo 3 0 1 2 1 4 −3 1 1–1 9 May 16 May — Updated to match(es) played on 24 April 2024. Source: CONMEBOL Group G [ edit ] Pos Team v t e Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification CAM PEÑ ROS CAR 1 Atlético Mineiro (A) 4 4 0 0 10 4 +6 12 Round of 16 — 3–2 2–1 28 May 2 Peñarol 4 2 0 2 8 4 +4 6 14 May — 28 May 5–0 3 Rosario Central 4 1 1 2 3 4 −1 4 Copa Sudamericana 0–1 1–0 — 16 May 4 Caracas 4 0 1 3 2 11 −9 1 1–4 0–1 1–1 — Updated to match(es) played on 7 May 2024. Source: CONMEBOL (A) Advance to a further round Group H [ edit ] Pos Team v t e Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification RIV NAC LIB TAC 1 River Plate (X) 4 3 1 0 8 3 +5 10 Round of 16 — 2–0 14 May 30 May 2 Nacional 4 2 1 1 6 5 +1 7 2–2 — 2–0 2–1 3 Libertad 4 1 1 2 5 5 0 4 Copa Sudamericana 1–2 30 May — 3–0 4 Deportivo Táchira 4 0 1 3 2 8 −6 1 0–2 15 May 1–1 — Updated to match(es) played on 7 May 2024. Source: CONMEBOL (X) Assured of at least Copa Sudamericana knockout round play-offs Statistics [ edit ] Top scorers [ edit ] As of 8 May 2024 Rank Player Team 1Q1 1Q2 2Q1 2Q2 3Q1 3Q2 GS1 GS2 GS3 GS4 GS5 GS6 ⅛F1 ⅛F2 QF1 QF2 SF1 SF2 F Total 1 Júnior Santos Botafogo 1 4 2 1 1 9 2 Paulinho Atlético Mineiro 2 1 1 1 5 3 Diego Duarte Nacional 2 1 1 4 Francisco da Costa Bolívar 2 1 1 Martín Cauteruccio Sporting Cristal 1 3 Maximiliano Silvera Peñarol 3 1 7 Bruno Sávio Bolívar 1 1 1 3 Carlos Bacca Junior 2 1 Gonzalo Carneiro Nacional 1 2 Gustavo Scarpa Atlético Mineiro 1 2 Jonathan Calleri São Paulo 1 1 1 Leonardo Castro Millonarios 2 1 Source: CONMEBOL See also [ edit ] 2024 Copa Sudamericana 2024 Recopa Sudamericana References [ edit ] ^ a b “Sorteos, fases y más: la Conmebol informó el calendario de la Copa Libertadores y Sudamericana 2024” [Draws, stages and more: CONMEBOL informed the schedule for the 2024 Copa Libertadores and Sudamericana] (in Spanish). TyC Sports . 29 November 2023 . Retrieved 30 November 2023 . ^ “Definida la sede de la final de Libertadores 2024: ¿Dónde se jugará?” [The venue for the 2024 Libertadores final is set: Where will it be played?] (in Spanish). Futbolred. 13 February 2024 . Retrieved 13 February 2024 . ^ a b c “Manual de Clubes CONMEBOL Libertadores 2024” (PDF) . CONMEBOL. 13 December 2023 . Retrieved 18 December 2023 . ^ a b c d e f “Reglamento de Torneos de la Temporada 2023 Primera División Liga Profesional de Fútbol de AFA” [Liga Profesional de Fútbol de AFA – Tournament Regulations for the 2023 First Division Season] (PDF) (in Spanish). Liga Profesional de Fútbol . Retrieved 7 November 2023 . ^ a b c d “Campeonatos División Profesional 2023 | Convocatoria 2023” [2023 División Profesional Championships | 2023 Call-up] (PDF) (in Spanish). FBF . Retrieved 7 November 2023 . ^ a b c d e f g “Regulamento Específico da Competição Brasileiro Série A 2023” [Specific Regulations for the 2023 Brasileiro Série A Competition] (PDF) (in Brazilian Portuguese). CBF . Retrieved 7 November 2023 . ^ a b c d “Bases Campeonato Nacional de Primera División Temporada 2023” [Campeonato Nacional de Primera División 2023 Season Regulations] (PDF) (in Spanish). ANFP . Retrieved 7 November 2023 . ^ a b c d “Reglamento Liga BetPlay DIMAYOR II-2023” [Liga BetPlay DIMAYOR II-2023 Regulations] (PDF) (in Spanish). DIMAYOR . Retrieved 7 November 2023 . ^ a b c d “Liga de Quito clasificado a la Libertadores 2024: ¿cómo queda la pelea por las copas en Ecuador?” [Liga de Quito qualified for the 2024 Libertadores: how is the fight for the cups in Ecuador left?] (in Spanish). Olé . 30 October 2023 . Retrieved 7 November 2023 . ^ a b c d “Reglamento Liga 1 2023” [2023 Liga 1 Regulations] (PDF) (in Spanish). FPF . Retrieved 7 November 2023 . ^ a b c d “Régimen de disputa de los torneos oficiales – vigente desde el 2018” [Regime of play for official tournaments – in force since 2018] (in Spanish). AUF . Retrieved 7 November 2023 . ^ a b c d “Liga Futve tendrá un nuevo formato de competición” [Liga Futve will have a new competition format] (in Spanish). Líder en Deportes. 31 January 2023 . Retrieved 7 November 2023 . ^ “Calendario de la CONMEBOL Libertadores y CONMEBOL Sudamericana 2024” [2024 CONMEBOL Libertadores and CONMEBOL Sudamericana schedule] (in Spanish). CONMEBOL. 30 November 2023 . Retrieved 30 November 2023 . ^ “CALENDÁRIO 2024: CONMEBOL Libertadores – CONMEBOL Sudamericana – RECOPA” (PDF) . CONMEBOL.com. 10 July 2023 . Retrieved 30 November 2023 . ^ “¡Oficial! La fecha del sorteo de la fase de grupos de la Libertadores y Sudamericana” [Official! The date for the group stage draw of the Libertadores and Sudamericana] (in Spanish). TyC Sports . 6 February 2024 . Retrieved 6 February 2024 . ^ “Cuándo es el sorteo de la Copa CONMEBOL Libertadores 2024 y la Copa CONMEBOL Sudamericana 2024” [When is the draw for the 2024 Copa CONMEBOL Libertadores and Copa CONMEBOL Sudamericana] (in Spanish). DSports. 11 December 2023 . Retrieved 18 December 2023 . ^ “Los cruces de la Fase Preliminar en la CONMEBOL Libertadores 2024” [The Preliminary Stage matchups in the 2024 CONMEBOL Libertadores] (in Spanish). CONMEBOL. 19 December 2023 . Retrieved 20 December 2023 . ^ “Ranking de Clubes de la CONMEBOL 2024” [2024 CONMEBOL Clubs Ranking] (PDF) (in Spanish). CONMEBOL. 18 December 2023 . Retrieved 18 December 2023 . ^ “RANKING DE CLUBES DE LA CONMEBOL 2021 SISTEMA DE PUNTAJE” (PDF) (in Spanish). CONMEBOL. 2 February 2021. Archived from the original (PDF) on 30 August 2021. ^ a b c “Pautas de sorteo para la CONMEBOL Libertadores y Sudamericana 2024” [Draw guidelines for the 2024 CONMEBOL Libertadores and Sudamericana] (in Spanish). CONMEBOL. 12 December 2023 . Retrieved 18 December 2023 . ^ “CONMEBOL LIBERTADORES 2024 PROGRAMA DE PARTIDOS – FASE DE GRUPOS | Departamento de Competiciones y Operaciones | Versión 15/04/024″ (PDF) (in Spanish). CONMEBOL. 15 April 2024 . Retrieved 18 April 2024 . 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Copa Aldao – Wikipedia Jump to content Main menu Main menu move to sidebar hide Navigation Main page Contents Current events Random article About Wikipedia Contact us Donate Contribute Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file Search Search Create account Log in Personal tools Create account Log in Pages for logged out editors learn more Contributions Talk Contents move to sidebar hide (Top) 1 History 2 Finals Toggle Finals subsection 2.1 Titles by club 2.2 Titles by country 3 All-time top scorers 4 Most finals by player 5 See also 6 References Toggle the table of contents Copa Aldao 10 languages Brezhoneg Deutsch Español Français Italiano עברית Magyar 日本語 Português Русский Edit links Article Talk English Read Edit View history Tools Tools move to sidebar hide Actions Read Edit View history General What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Cite this page Get shortened URL Download QR code Wikidata item Print/export Download as PDF Printable version In other projects Wikimedia Commons From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Football tournament Copa Ricardo Aldao The trophy awarded to champions Organising body AFA AUF Founded 1913 Abolished 1955 ; 69 years ago ( 1955 ) Region Buenos Aires , Argentina Montevideo , Uruguay Number of teams 2 Related competitions Copa Campeonato del Río de la Plata Last champions River Plate (1947) Most successful club(s) River Plate (5 titles) The Copa Ricardo Aldao ( English : Ricardo Aldao Cup ), popularly called Campeonato Rioplatense and Copa Río de La Plata , was an official AFA – AUF football club competition contested annually, albeit irregularly, between the league champions of Argentina and Uruguay . The trophy was donated by Argentine football executive Ricardo Aldao (1863–1956), who would later become president of the Argentine Football Association . The cup is one of several inter-South American club competitions that have been organised on the continent. The first competition was scheduled for the 1913 season (although it was never played) and the last in 1955 (actually played in 1959, no champions proclaimed). The Copa Ricardo Aldao is seen today as the first stepping-stone toward the creation of the Copa Libertadores . [1] In 2009, when the IFFHS proclaimed Peñarol of Montevideo as the best South American team of the 20th century, they took into consideration the Copa Aldao and other international club tournaments played in South America before the beginning of Copa Libertadores in 1960. [2] In August 2015, a CONMEBOL ‘s article described Aldao Cup as one of the first international professional football cups in South America. [3] Many important footballers played in the competitions such as the Argentines Jose Manuel Moreno , Angel Labruna , Guillermo Stabile , Alfredo Di Stefano , Adolfo Pedernera , Amadeo Carrizo , Carlos Peucelle , Felix Loustau , Nestor Rossi , Antonio Sastre , Bernardo Gandulla , the Italian-born Renato Cesarini , the Uruguayans Roque Maspoli , Ángel Romano , Obdulio Varela , Hector Scarone , Juan Alberto Schiaffino , Anibal Paz , Severino Varela , and Paraguayan legend Arsenio Erico , among others. History [ edit ] Argentine football executive Ricardo Aldao donated the trophy, giving his name to the competition Friendly matches were common between clubs from Argentina and Uruguay in the early 1900s due to the close proximity of the nations. Inevitably, a match to decide which national champions were the best formulated; the trophy of the competition was donated by Ricardo Aldao, then president of both, club Gimnasia y Esgrima (BA) and dissident association “Federación Argentina de Football”. As such, the competition was named after his donation. The first edition, organized in 1913, was to be contested between Estudiantes from Argentina and River Plate from Uruguay. However, the match was suspended due to heavy rain and never rescheduled. [4] The first champion of the competition was not crowned until 1916, when Nacional of Montevideo beat Racing de Avellaneda 2–1. Independiente players ( Antonio Sastre at left and Arsenio Erico ) with the Copa Aldao trophy in 1938 Originally, a single-legged format was adopted, with the match played in Argentina and Uruguay in alternative year. [4] But in 1940, Boca Juniors left the field when the match, played at Montevideo, was at a draw of 2–2 and headed for extra-time. The title was awarded to Nacional at first, yet later on both associations did not defined clearly the champions of this year. [4] Asociación Uruguaya de Fútbol (AUF) and Argentine Football Association (AFA) studied the situation on 22 January 1941, and announced that a two-legged format would be adopted in the following seasons. [4] The finals should be disputed before the beginning of the next season. Only players that had been part of the domestic champion squads could be included. [5] Since then, the competition was played two-legged exception made of the 1942 edition, when the second leg was not played and the trophy was not awarded. Schedule problems forced teams of both countries to quit the Aldao Cup during the 1950s, [3] thus the competition was discontinued until 1959. One last attempt was made to rekindle the championship in 1955 in a match between Nacional and River Plate . However, the final was not disputed until four years later and the second leg was never played; therefore, the title was not officially proclaimed. [4] As a result, to the schedule congestion of the growing national leagues (as well as the creation of the new continental club tournament, the Copa Libertadores de América) the Copa Aldao became redundant and was never played again. Finals [ edit ] Below is a list with all the finals played. Since 1941, it was ruled that the cup would be defined in two legs . [4] Ed. Year Champion Runner-up 1st Leg Venue 2nd Leg Venue Points 1 1913 (abandoned) [note 1] 2 1916 Nacional Racing 2–1 GEBA – 3 1917 Racing Nacional 2–2 Parque Pereira 2–1 [note 2] GEBA 2–1 4 1918 Racing Peñarol 2–1 GEBA – 5 1919 Nacional Boca Juniors 3–0 Parque Central – 6 1920 Nacional Boca Juniors 2–1 Sp. Barracas – – 1923 (not held) [note 3] 7 1927 San Lorenzo Rampla Juniors 1–0 Parque Central – 8 1928 Peñarol Huracán 3–0 River Plate – 9 1936 River Plate Peñarol 5–1 Centenario – 10 1937 River Plate Peñarol 5–2 San Lorenzo – 11 1938 Independiente Peñarol 3–1 Centenario – 12 1939 Independiente Nacional 5–0 San Lorenzo – 13 1940 (no champion crowned) [note 4] 2–2 Centenario (not played) 14 1941 River Plate Nacional 6–1 San Lorenzo 1–1 Centenario 2–1 15 1942 (no champion crowned) [note 5] 4–0 Centenario (not played) 16 1945 River Plate Peñarol 2–1 Centenario 3–2 San Lorenzo 4–0 – 1946 (not held) [note 6] 17 1947 River Plate Nacional 4–3 Centenario 3–1 San Lorenzo 4–0 18 1957 (no champion crowned) [note 7] 2–1 Centenario (not played) Notes ^ Argentine historian Miguel Bionda (in his book Historia del Fútbol Platense ) asserts that the 1913 edition was indeed played and Estudiantes de La Plata beat Uruguayan River Plate 4–1. Likewise, the magazines Estudiantes del Mundo: 100 años de gloria , published by Argentine newspaper El Día in 2005, and the book Historia de Estudiantes de La Plata , edited by Diario Hoy in 1997 agreed with that. On the other hand, other sources, like the RSSSF and the Centro para la Investigación de la Historia del Fútbol state that the game was suspended due to rain. [4] ^ Not a second leg but a playoff match to determine a champion. ^ Replaced by a match between San Lorenzo and Wandereres named ” Copa Campeonato del Río de la Plata ” (San Lorenzo won 1–0). Both clubs belonged to dissident associations so it was not a “Copa Aldao” edition. [4] ^ Nacional and Boca Juniors played a match at Estadio Centenario on 28 December 1940 which ended in a 2–2 draw. Boca Juniors left the field before the extra time, then the cup was initially awarded to Nacional, but eventually neither association designated a champion. [4] [6] ^ Nacional beat River Plate 4–0 in the first leg played at Montevideo, but the cup was never officially awarded as the second leg was never disputed. [4] ^ Replaced by two friendly matches between both finalists (Nacional and San Lorenzo). [4] ^ River Plate beat Nacional 2–1 in the first leg played at Montevideo, but the cup was never officially awarded as the second leg was never disputed. [4] Titles by club [ edit ] Team Titles Years won River Plate 5 1936, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1947 Nacional 3 1916, 1919, 1920 Independiente 2 1938, 1939 Racing 2 1917, 1918 Peñarol 1 1928 San Lorenzo 1 1927 Titles by country [ edit ] Country Titles Winner teams Argentina 10 River Plate (5), Racing (2), Independiente (2), San Lorenzo (1) Uruguay 4 Nacional (3), Peñarol (1) All-time top scorers [ edit ] Player Goals Club Ángel Labruna 12 River Plate Atilio García 8 Nacional Adolfo Pedernera 4 River Plate Arsenio Erico 4 Independiente Ángel Romano 4 Nacional Hugo Reyes 4 River Plate Most finals by player [ edit ] 6: Atilio García (won 2), Anibal Paz (won 2) 5: Hector Scarone (won 4), José Manuel Moreno (won 4) 4: Angel Labruna (won 3), Alfredo Foglino (won3), Ricardo Vaghi (won 3), Adolfo Pedernera (won 3), Felix Loustau (won 3), Angel Romano (won 3), Roberto Porta (won 1), 3: Alberto Marcovecchio (won 3), Carlos Peucelle (won 3), Carlos Scarone (won 2), Hector Castro (won 1), Severino Varela (won 0) See also [ edit ] South American Championship of Champions Copa Campeonato del Río de la Plata References [ edit ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Copa Aldao . ^ La madre de la Copa Libertadores on Pasión Fútbol, 9 Aug 2013 ^ “Peñarol chosen as the South American club of the century” . Buenos Aires Herald . 17 September 2009 . Retrieved 24 March 2015 . ^ a b River Plate, ensancha sus vitrinas para seguir sumando copas on Conmebol, 16 Aug 2015 ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Campeonato Rioplatense – Copa Dr. Ricardo C. Aldao on RSSSF ^ “Memoria y Balance 1941 – pp. 45-46” . AFA . Retrieved 10 May 2015 . ^ “La copa internacional que Boca perdió por abandonar” on Infobae, 19 August 2019 (in Spanish) v t e Copa Aldao 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1927 1928 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1945 1947 1957 v t e Non- CONMEBOL South American official competitions AFA / AUF Tie Cup (1900–19) Copa de Honor Cousenier (1905–20) Copa Aldao (1913–55) Copa Escobar-Gerona (1941–46) AAmF / FUF Copa Campeonato Río de la Plata (1923) FVF Copa Simón Bolívar (1970–76) Retrieved from ” https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Copa_Aldao&oldid=1190703773 ” Categories : Argentina–Uruguay football rivalry Defunct international club association football competitions in South America International club association football competitions hosted by Argentina International club association football competitions hosted by Uruguay Recurring sporting events established in 1913 Recurring events disestablished in 1955 Hidden categories: Articles with Spanish-language sources (es) Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Commons category link from Wikidata This page was last edited on 19 December 2023, at 10:15 (UTC) . 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The Copa Libertadores is an international premier club tournament played annually by the top football clubs of South America. It includes 3–5 teams from all ten CONMEBOL members plus Mexico, whose clubs are sometimes invited as guests to the tournament. It is now held from January to November and it consists of eight stages. The data below does not include the 1948 South American Championship of Champions , as it is not listed by CONMEBOL either as a Copa Libertadores edition or as an official competition. It must be pointed out, however, that at least in the years 1996 and 1997, CONMEBOL entitled equal status to both the Copa Libertadores and the 1948 tournament, in that the 1948 champions ( Vasco da Gama ) were allowed to participate in the Supercopa Libertadores , a CONMEBOL official competition that allowed participation for former Libertadores champions only (for example, not admitting participation for champions of other CONMEBOL official competitions, such as the Copa CONMEBOL ). General performances [ edit ] By club [ edit ] For details on winning clubs, see List of Copa Libertadores finals . Performance in the Copa Libertadores by club v t e Club Won Runner-up Years won Years runner-up Independiente 7 0 1964 , 1965 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1984 — Boca Juniors 6 6 1977 , 1978 , 2000 , 2001 , 2003 , 2007 1963 , 1979 , 2004 , 2012 , 2018 , 2023 Peñarol 5 5 1960 , 1961 , 1966 , 1982 , 1987 1962 , 1965 , 1970 , 1983 , 2011 River Plate 4 3 1986 , 1996 , 2015 , 2018 1966 , 1976 , 2019 Estudiantes 4 1 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 2009 1971 Olimpia 3 4 1979 , 1990 , 2002 1960 , 1989 , 1991 , 2013 Nacional 3 3 1971 , 1980 , 1988 1964 , 1967 , 1969 São Paulo 3 3 1992 , 1993 , 2005 1974 , 1994 , 2006 Palmeiras 3 3 1999 , 2020 , 2021 1961 , 1968 , 2000 Santos 3 2 1962 , 1963 , 2011 2003 , 2020 Grêmio 3 2 1983 , 1995 , 2017 1984 , 2007 Flamengo 3 1 1981 , 2019 , 2022 2021 Cruzeiro 2 2 1976 , 1997 1977 , 2009 Internacional 2 1 2006 , 2010 1980 Atlético Nacional 2 1 1989 , 2016 1995 Colo-Colo 1 1 1991 1973 Fluminense 1 1 2023 2008 Racing 1 0 1967 — Argentinos Juniors 1 0 1985 — Vélez Sarsfield 1 0 1994 — Vasco da Gama 1 0 1998 — Once Caldas 1 0 2004 — LDU Quito 1 0 2008 — Corinthians 1 0 2012 — Atlético Mineiro 1 0 2013 — San Lorenzo 1 0 2014 — América de Cali 0 4 — 1985 , 1986 , 1987 , 1996 Deportivo Cali 0 2 — 1978 , 1999 Cobreloa 0 2 — 1981 , 1982 Newell’s Old Boys 0 2 — 1988 , 1992 Barcelona 0 2 — 1990 , 1998 Athletico Paranaense 0 2 — 2005 , 2022 Universitario 0 1 — 1972 Unión Española 0 1 — 1975 Universidad Católica 0 1 — 1993 Sporting Cristal 0 1 — 1997 Cruz Azul 0 1 — 2001 São Caetano 0 1 — 2002 Guadalajara 0 1 — 2010 Nacional 0 1 — 2014 UANL 0 1 — 2015 Independiente del Valle 0 1 — 2016 Lanús 0 1 — 2017 By country [ edit ] Country Winners Runners-up Winning clubs Runners-up Argentina 25 13 Independiente (7) Boca Juniors (6) Estudiantes (4) River Plate (4) Racing (1) Argentinos Juniors (1) Vélez Sársfield (1) San Lorenzo (1) Boca Juniors (6) River Plate (3) Newell’s Old Boys (2) Estudiantes (1) Lanús (1) Brazil 23 18 Grêmio (3) Palmeiras (3) São Paulo (3) Santos (3) Flamengo (3) Cruzeiro (2) Internacional (2) Vasco da Gama (1) Corinthians (1) Atlético Mineiro (1) Fluminense (1) São Paulo (3) Palmeiras (3) Grêmio (2) Cruzeiro (2) Santos (2) Athletico Paranaense (2) Internacional (1) São Caetano (1) Flamengo (1) Fluminense (1) Uruguay 8 8 Peñarol (5) Nacional (3) Peñarol (5) Nacional (3) Colombia 3 7 Atlético Nacional (2) Once Caldas (1) América de Cali (4) Deportivo Cali , (2) Atlético Nacional (1) Paraguay 3 5 Olimpia (3) Olimpia (4) Nacional (1) Chile 1 5 Colo-Colo (1) Cobreloa (2) Colo-Colo (1) Unión Española (1) Universidad Católica (1) Ecuador 1 3 LDU Quito (1) Barcelona (2) Independiente del Valle (1) Mexico 0 3 — Cruz Azul (1) Guadalajara (1) UANL (1) Peru 0 2 — Universitario (1) Sporting Cristal (1) By department, province or state [ edit ] Department, province or state Winners Runners-up Winning clubs Runners-up Buenos Aires City 13 9 Boca Juniors (6), River Plate (4), Argentinos Juniors (1), Vélez Sársfield (1), San Lorenzo (1) Boca Juniors (6), River Plate (3) Buenos Aires Province 12 2 Independiente (7), Estudiantes (4), Racing (1) Estudiantes (1), Lanús (1) São Paulo State 10 9 Santos (3), São Paulo (3), Palmeiras (3), Corinthians (1) São Paulo (3), Palmeiras (3), Santos (2), São Caetano (1) Montevideo Department 8 8 Peñarol (5), Nacional (3) Peñarol (5), Nacional (3) Rio Grande do Sul 5 3 Grêmio (3), Internacional (2) Grêmio (2), Internacional (1) Rio de Janeiro State 5 2 Flamengo (3), Vasco da Gama (1), Fluminense (1) Fluminense (1), Flamengo (1) Asunción 3 5 Olimpia (3) Olimpia (4), Nacional (1) Minas Gerais 3 2 Cruzeiro (2), Atlético Mineiro (1) Cruzeiro (2) Antioquia 2 1 Atlético Nacional (2) Atlético Nacional (1) Santiago 1 3 Colo-Colo (1) Colo-Colo (1), Unión Española (1), Universidad Católica (1) Pichincha 1 1 LDU Quito (1) Independiente del Valle (1) Caldas 1 0 Once Caldas (1) — Valle del Cauca 0 6 — América de Cali (4), Deportivo Cali , (2) Lima Province 0 2 — Universitario (1), Sporting Cristal (1) Antofagasta 0 2 — Cobreloa (2) Santa Fe 0 2 — Newell’s Old Boys (2) Guayas 0 2 — Barcelona (2) Paraná 0 2 — Athletico Paranaense (2) Mexico City 0 1 — Cruz Azul (1) Jalisco 0 1 — Guadalajara (1) Nuevo León 0 1 — UANL (1) By city [ edit ] City Winners Runners-up Winning clubs Runners-up Buenos Aires 13 10 Boca Juniors (6), River Plate (4), Argentinos Juniors (1), Vélez Sársfield (1), San Lorenzo (1) Boca Juniors (6), River Plate (3), Lanús (1) Montevideo 8 8 Peñarol (5), Nacional (3) Peñarol (5), Nacional (3) Avellaneda 8 0 Independiente (7), Racing (1) — São Paulo 7 6 São Paulo (3), Palmeiras (3), Corinthians (1) São Paulo (3), Palmeiras (3) Porto Alegre 5 3 Grêmio (3), Internacional (2) Grêmio (2), Internacional (1) Rio de Janeiro 5 2 Flamengo (3), Vasco da Gama (1), Fluminense (1) Fluminense (1), Flamengo (1) La Plata 4 1 Estudiantes (4) Estudiantes (1) Asunción 3 5 Olimpia (3) Olimpia (4), Nacional (1) Belo Horizonte 3 2 Cruzeiro (2), Atlético Mineiro (1) Cruzeiro (2) Santos 3 2 Santos (3) Santos (2) Medellín 2 1 Atlético Nacional (2) Atlético Nacional (1) Santiago 1 3 Colo-Colo (1) Colo-Colo (1), Unión Española (1), Universidad Católica (1) Manizales 1 0 Once Caldas (1) — Quito 1 0 LDU Quito (1) — Cali 0 6 — América de Cali (4), Deportivo Cali , (2) Lima 0 2 — Universitario (1), Sporting Cristal (1) Calama 0 2 — Cobreloa (2) Rosario 0 2 — Newell’s Old Boys (2) Guayaquil 0 2 — Barcelona (2) Curitiba 0 2 — Athletico Paranaense (2) Mexico City 0 1 — Cruz Azul (1) São Caetano do Sul 0 1 — São Caetano (1) Guadalajara 0 1 — Guadalajara (1) San Nicolás de los Garza 0 1 — UANL (1) Sangolquí 0 1 — Independiente del Valle (1) All-time top ten table [ edit ] The list is current as of the end of 2021 edition. Last updated 6 December 2021. [1] Rank Club Part Titles Games W D L GF GA GD Pts 1 River Plate 37 4 374 183 99 92 620 391 +229 648 2 Nacional 48 3 401 170 108 123 559 438 +121 618 3 Peñarol 47 5 369 164 79 126 555 449 +106 571 4 Boca Juniors 30 6 310 162 76 70 471 273 +198 562 5 Olimpia 43 3 320 125 91 104 456 406 +50 466 6 Cerro Porteño 42 0 317 116 90 110 403 411 −8 438 7 Palmeiras 22 3 210 117 39 54 392 218 +174 390 8 Grêmio 21 3 207 108 43 56 318 189 +129 367 9 Colo-Colo 34 1 241 95 54 92 336 334 +2 339 10 São Paulo 21 3 199 96 48 55 310 195 +115 336 CONMEBOL club ranking [ edit ] This ranking is used for seeding in the qualifying and group stage draws of the Copa Libertadores, and is based on a club’s performance in the last 10 years of the Copa Libertadores, its historic performance in the competition, and its performance in local championship tournaments. [2] Starting from 2021, the CONMEBOL ranking of the Copa Libertadores was updated to also include Copa Sudamericana performances, and thus was rebranded as the CONMEBOL Clubs Ranking . [3] This list is current as of 18 December 2023. [4] Rank Club Historical performance Last 10 years performance Total points 1 Palmeiras 1157.6 8375.0 9532.6 2 River Plate 2287.2 6647.6 8934.8 3 Boca Juniors 2698.4 6173.3 8871.7 4 Flamengo 674.0 7509.5 8183.5 5 Nacional 2416.4 3324.8 5741.2 6 Athletico Paranaense 253.2 5095.4 5348.6 7 Grêmio 1176.4 3731.6 4908.0 8 Peñarol 2843.6 1997.3 4840.9 9 São Paulo 1687.6 3137.6 4825.2 10 Olimpia 2078.4 2614.0 4692.4 Number of participating clubs by country [ edit ] The following is a list of the 219 clubs that have played at least one match in the Copa Libertadores, updated to the 2023 edition. Teams in bold : winner of the edition. Teams in italics : runner-up of the edition. Nation # Clubs Years Brazil (31) 24 Palmeiras 1961 , 1968 , 1971 , 1973 , 1974 , 1979 , 1994 , 1995 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2005 , 2006 , 2009 , 2013 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 22 São Paulo 1972 , 1974 , 1978 , 1982 , 1987 , 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2013 , 2015 , 2016 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2024 22 Grêmio 1982 , 1983 , 1984 , 1990 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 2002 , 2003 , 2007 , 2009 , 2011 , 2013 , 2014 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2024 20 Flamengo 1981 , 1982 , 1983 , 1984 , 1991 , 1993 , 2002 , 2007 , 2008 , 2010 , 2012 , 2014 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 17 Cruzeiro 1967 , 1975 , 1976 , 1977 , 1994 , 1997 , 1998 , 2001 , 2004 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2014 , 2015 , 2018 , 2019 17 Corinthians 1977 , 1991 , 1996 , 1999 , 2000 , 2003 , 2006 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2015 , 2016 , 2018 , 2020 , 2022 , 2023 16 Santos 1962 , 1963 , 1964 , 1965 , 1984 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2007 , 2008 , 2011 , 2012 , 2017 , 2018 , 2020 , 2021 15 Internacional 1976 , 1977 , 1980 , 1989 , 1993 , 2006 , 2007 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2015 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2023 14 Atlético Mineiro 1972 , 1978 , 1981 , 2000 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2019 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 10 Fluminense 1971 , 1985 , 2008 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 9 Vasco da Gama 1975 , 1980 , 1985 , 1990 , 1998 , 1999 , 2001 , 2012 , 2018 9 Athletico Paranaense 2000 , 2002 , 2005 , 2014 , 2017 , 2019 , 2020 , 2022 , 2023 6 Botafogo 1963 , 1973 , 1996 , 2014 , 2017 , 2024 3 Bahia 1960 , 1964 , 1989 3 Guarani 1979 , 1987 , 1988 3 São Caetano 2001 , 2002 , 2004 2 Coritiba 1986 , 2004 2 Sport 1988 , 2009 2 Chapecoense 2017 , 2018 2 Fortaleza 2022 , 2023 2 Red Bull Bragantino 2022 , 2024 1 Náutico 1968 1 Bangu 1986 1 Criciúma 1992 1 Juventude 2000 1 Paysandu 2003 1 Santo André 2005 1 Goias 2006 1 Paulista 2006 1 Paraná 2007 1 América Mineiro 2022 Venezuela (29) 26 Deportivo Táchira 1980 , 1982 , 1983 , 1985 , 1987 , 1988 , 1989 , 1991 , 2000 , 2001 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2024 22 Caracas 1993 , 1995 , 1996 , 1998 , 2002 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2016 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2024 11 Deportivo Italia 1964 , 1966 , 1967 , 1969 , 1971 , 1972 , 1985 , 2000 , 2001 , 2010 , 2011 9 Deportivo Galicia 1965 , 1967 , 1968 , 1970 , 1971 , 1975 , 1976 , 1979 , 1980 9 Portuguesa 1974 , 1975 , 1976 , 1977 , 1978 , 1979 , 1981 , 1984 , 2024 8 Estudiantes de Mérida 1977 , 1978 , 1981 , 1982 , 1987 , 1999 , 2003 , 2020 6 Zamora 2012 , 2014 , 2015 , 2017 , 2019 , 2023 5 Marítimo 1988 , 1989 , 1991 , 1992 , 1994 5 Mineros de Guayana 1990 , 1997 , 2005 , 2008 , 2015 5 Deportivo Lara 2013 , 2018 , 2019 , 2021 , 2022 4 Minervén 1993 , 1994 , 1996 , 1997 4 Unión Atlético Maracaibo 2004 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 4 Carabobo 2017 , 2018 , 2020 , 2023 3 Valencia 1970 , 1972 , 1974 3 Universidad de Los Andes 1984 , 1992 , 1999 3 Trujillanos 1995 , 2002 , 2016 3 Deportivo Anzoátegui 2009 , 2013 , 2014 3 Monagas 2018 , 2022 , 2023 2 Deportivo La Guaira 2019 , 2021 1 Lara 1966 1 Portugués 1968 1 Unión Deportiva Canarias 1969 1 San Cristóbal 1983 1 Pepeganga Margarita 1990 1 Atlético Zulia 1998 1 Nacional Táchira 2003 1 Zulia 2017 1 Metropolitanos 2023 1 Academia Puerto Cabello 2024 Peru (24) 39 Sporting Cristal 1962 , 1968 , 1969 , 1971 , 1973 , 1974 , 1978 , 1980 , 1981 , 1984 , 1989 , 1990 , 1992 , 1993 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2009 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 34 Universitario 1961 , 1965 , 1966 , 1967 , 1968 , 1970 , 1971 , 1972 , 1973 , 1975 , 1979 , 1983 , 1985 , 1986 , 1988 , 1989 , 1991 , 1993 , 1994 , 1996 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2003 , 2006 , 2009 , 2010 , 2014 , 2017 , 2018 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2024 30 Alianza Lima 1963 , 1964 , 1966 , 1972 , 1976 , 1978 , 1979 , 1983 , 1987 , 1988 , 1994 , 1995 , 1997 , 1998 , 2000 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2007 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2015 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 8 Melgar 1982 , 1984 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2023 , 2024 6 Sport Boys 1967 , 1977 , 1985 , 1991 , 1992 , 2001 6 Cienciano 2002 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 4 Juan Aurich 1969 , 2010 , 2012 , 2015 4 Cusco 2013 , 2014 , 2018 , 2019 4 Universidad César Vallejo 2013 , 2016 , 2021 , 2022 3 Union Huaral 1975 , 1977 , 1990 3 Universidad San Martín 2008 , 2009 , 2011 2 Deportivo Municipal 1982 , 2017 2 Sport Huancayo 2012 , 2023 1 Defensor Arica 1970 1 Defensor Lima 1974 1 Alfonso Ugarte 1976 1 Atlético Chalaco 1980 1 Atlético Torino 1981 1 UTC 1986 1 San Agustín 1987 1 Coronel Bolognesi 2008 1 León de Huánuco 2011 1 Binacional 2020 1 Ayacucho 2021 Argentina (24) 40 River Plate 1966 , 1967 , 1970 , 1973 , 1976 , 1977 , 1978 , 1980 , 1981 , 1982 , 1986 , 1987 , 1990 , 1991 , 1993 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 32 Boca Juniors 1963 , 1965 , 1966 , 1970 , 1971 , 1977 , 1978 , 1979 , 1982 , 1986 , 1989 , 1991 , 1994 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2012 , 2013 , 2015 , 2016 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 20 Independiente 1961 , 1964 , 1965 , 1966 , 1968 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1976 , 1978 , 1979 , 1984 , 1985 , 1987 , 1990 , 1995 , 2004 , 2011 , 2018 18 San Lorenzo 1960 , 1973 , 1988 , 1992 , 1996 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2005 , 2008 , 2009 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2019 , 2021 , 2024 17 Velez Sarsfield 1980 , 1994 , 1995 , 1997 , 1999 , 2001 , 2002 , 2004 , 2006 , 2007 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2021 , 2022 17 Estudiantes 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 1971 , 1976 , 1983 , 1984 , 2006 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2015 , 2017 , 2018 , 2022 , 2024 13 Rosario Central 1971 , 1972 , 1974 , 1975 , 1981 , 1987 , 2000 , 2001 , 2004 , 2006 , 2016 , 2019 , 2024 12 Racing 1962 , 1967 , 1968 , 1989 , 1997 , 2003 , 2015 , 2016 , 2018 , 2020 , 2021 , 2023 8 Newell’s Old Boys 1975 , 1988 , 1992 , 1993 , 2006 , 2010 , 2013 , 2014 6 Lanús 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2012 , 2014 , 2017 5 Huracán 1974 , 2015 , 2016 , 2019 , 2023 5 Argentinos Juniors 1985 , 1986 , 2011 , 2021 , 2023 5 Godoy Cruz 2011 , 2012 , 2017 , 2019 , 2024 4 Banfield 2005 , 2007 , 2010 , 2018 4 Arsenal 2008 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 4 Talleres 2002 , 2019 , 2022 , 2024 3 Colón 1998 , 2010 , 2022 3 Atlético Tucumán 2017 , 2018 , 2020 2 Quilmes 1979 , 2005 2 Ferro Carril Oeste 1983 , 1985 2 Gimnasia y Esgrima 2003 , 2007 2 Tigre 2013 , 2020 2 Defensa y Justicia 2020 , 2021 1 Patronato 2023 Chile (22) 37 Colo-Colo 1961 , 1964 , 1967 , 1971 , 1973 , 1974 , 1980 , 1982 , 1983 , 1985 , 1987 , 1988 , 1989 , 1990 , 1991 , 1992 , 1994 , 1997 , 1998 , 1999 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2020 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 29 Universidad Católica 1962 , 1966 , 1967 , 1968 , 1969 , 1984 , 1986 , 1988 , 1990 , 1992 , 1993 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2002 , 2003 , 2006 , 2008 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2017 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 25 Universidad de Chile 1960 , 1963 , 1965 , 1966 , 1968 , 1970 , 1972 , 1977 , 1981 , 1995 , 1996 , 2000 , 2001 , 2005 , 2009 , 2010 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 13 Unión Española 1971 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1976 , 1978 , 1994 , 2006 , 2011 , 2012 , 2014 , 2017 , 2021 13 Cobreloa 1981 , 1982 , 1983 , 1987 , 1989 , 1993 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 2004 , 2005 , 2007 7 Palestino 1976 , 1978 , 1979 , 2015 , 2019 , 2020 , 2024 4 O’Higgins 1979 , 1980 , 1984 , 2014 3 Santiago Wanderers 1969 , 2002 , 2018 3 Huachipato 1975 , 2013 , 2024 3 Everton 1977 , 2009 , 2022 3 Cobresal 1986 , 2016 , 2024 3 Universidad de Concepción 2004 , 2018 , 2019 3 Audax Italiano 2007 , 2008 , 2022 2 Magallanes 1985 , 2023 2 Deportes Concepción 1991 , 2001 2 Deportes Iquique 2013 , 2017 1 Rangers 1970 1 Unión San Felipe 1972 1 Coquimbo Unido 1992 1 Unión La Calera 2021 1 Curicó Unido 2023 1 Ñublense 2023 Bolivia (21) 38 Bolívar 1967 , 1969 , 1970 , 1976 , 1977 , 1979 , 1983 , 1984 , 1986 , 1988 , 1989 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 1995 , 1997 , 1998 , 2000 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2016 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 30 The Strongest 1965 , 1971 , 1975 , 1978 , 1980 , 1981 , 1982 , 1987 , 1989 , 1990 , 1994 , 2000 , 2001 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 21 Oriente Petrolero 1972 , 1973 , 1977 , 1978 , 1980 , 1985 , 1987 , 1988 , 1990 , 1991 , 1997 , 1998 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2005 , 2006 , 2011 , 2014 , 2016 , 2018 20 Jorge Wilstermann 1960 , 1961 , 1966 , 1968 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1979 , 1981 , 1982 , 1986 , 1995 , 1999 , 2001 , 2004 , 2011 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 8 San José 1992 , 1993 , 1996 , 2008 , 2013 , 2015 , 2019 , 2020 7 Blooming 1983 , 1984 , 1985 , 1999 , 2000 , 2007 , 2010 6 Real Potosí 2002 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2012 5 Always Ready 1968 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 3 Municipal 1962 , 1966 , 1974 3 Aurora 1964 , 2009 , 2024 3 Universitario de Sucre 2009 , 2015 , 2017 2 Chaco Petrolero 1971 , 1972 2 Guabirá 1976 , 1996 1 31 de Octubre 1967 1 Litoral 1969 1 Universitario (LP) 1970 1 La Paz 2008 1 Sport Boys 2017 1 Royal Pari 2021 1 Independiente Petrolero 2022 1 Nacional Potosí 2023 Mexico (19) 7 América 1998 , 2000 , 2002 , 2004 , 2007 , 2008 , 2011 7 Guadalajara 1998 , 2005 , 2006 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2012 4 Morelia 2002 , 2010 , 2014 , 2015 4 UANL 2005 , 2006 , 2012 , 2015 3 Atlas 2000 , 2008 , 2015 3 Cruz Azul 2001 , 2003 , 2012 3 UNAM 2003 , 2006 , 2016 3 Toluca 2007 , 2013 , 2016 3 San Luis 2009 , 2010 , 2011 2 Necaxa 1999 , 2007 2 Monterrey 1999 , 2010 2 Santos Laguna 2004 , 2014 2 Pachuca 2005 , 2009 2 León 2013 , 2014 1 Atlante 2001 1 Tecos 2010 1 Chiapas 2011 1 Tijuana 2013 1 Puebla 2016 Ecuador (19) 30 Barcelona 1961 , 1964 , 1967 , 1969 , 1971 , 1972 , 1981 , 1982 , 1983 , 1986 , 1987 , 1988 , 1990 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 1996 , 1998 , 2003 , 2004 , 2013 , 2015 , 2017 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 29 Emelec 1962 , 1966 , 1967 , 1968 , 1971 , 1973 , 1980 , 1989 , 1990 , 1994 , 1995 , 1997 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2007 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2022 26 El Nacional 1968 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1977 , 1978 , 1979 , 1983 , 1984 , 1985 , 1987 , 1993 , 1995 , 1997 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2006 , 2007 , 2009 , 2012 , 2017 , 2023 , 2024 21 LDU Quito 1970 , 1975 , 1976 , 1978 , 1982 , 1991 , 1999 , 2000 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2011 , 2013 , 2016 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2024 10 Deportivo Quito 1965 , 1969 , 1986 , 1989 , 1998 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2014 10 Independiente del Valle 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 7 Deportivo Cuenca 1976 , 1977 , 2005 , 2006 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 5 Universidad Católica 1974 , 1980 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 4 Olmedo 2001 , 2002 , 2005 , 2008 3 9 de Octubre 1966 , 1984 , 1985 3 Delfín 2018 , 2019 , 2020 2 América 1970 , 1972 2 Técnico Universitario 1979 , 1981 2 Macará 2018 , 2020 2 Aucas 2023 , 2024 1 Everest 1963 1 Filanbanco 1988 1 Valdez 1992 1 ESPOLI 1996 Uruguay (19) 51 Nacional 1962 , 1964 , 1966 , 1967 , 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 1971 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1976 , 1979 , 1980 , 1981 , 1983 , 1984 , 1988 , 1989 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 1997 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 49 Peñarol 1960 , 1961 , 1962 , 1963 , 1965 , 1966 , 1967 , 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 1971 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1976 , 1977 , 1978 , 1979 , 1981 , 1982 , 1983 , 1985 , 1986 , 1987 , 1988 , 1989 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2009 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2022 , 2024 17 Defensor Sporting 1977 , 1980 , 1982 , 1990 , 1992 , 1994 , 1996 , 2001 , 2006 , 2007 , 2009 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2018 , 2019 , 2024 10 Montevideo Wanderers 1975 , 1983 , 1986 , 1988 , 2002 , 2008 , 2015 , 2017 , 2018 , 2021 8 Danubio 1978 , 1984 , 1989 , 2005 , 2007 , 2008 , 2015 , 2019 6 Bella Vista 1981 , 1985 , 1991 , 1993 , 1999 , 2000 4 Liverpool 2011 , 2021 , 2023 , 2024 3 Progreso 1987 , 1990 , 2020 3 Cerro 1995 , 2010 , 2017 2 Fénix 2003 , 2004 1 Rocha 2006 1 Racing 2010 1 River Plate 2016 1 Cerro Largo 2020 1 Rentistas 2021 1 Montevideo City Torque 2022 1 Plaza Colonia 2022 1 Boston River 2023 1 Deportivo Maldonado 2023 Colombia (16) 25 Atlético Nacional 1972 , 1974 , 1975 , 1977 , 1982 , 1989 , 1990 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1995 , 2000 , 2006 , 2008 , 2012 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 21 Deportivo Cali 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 1971 , 1973 , 1975 , 1977 , 1978 , 1979 , 1981 , 1986 , 1987 , 1997 , 1999 , 2001 , 2003 , 2004 , 2006 , 2014 , 2016 , 2022 21 América de Cali 1970 , 1980 , 1983 , 1984 , 1985 , 1986 , 1987 , 1988 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1996 , 1998 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2005 , 2009 , 2020 , 2021 20 Millonarios 1960 , 1962 , 1963 , 1964 , 1968 , 1973 , 1974 , 1976 , 1979 , 1985 , 1988 , 1989 , 1995 , 1997 , 2013 , 2017 , 2018 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 18 Junior 1971 , 1978 , 1981 , 1984 , 1994 , 1996 , 2000 , 2001 , 2005 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2024 13 Santa Fe 1961 , 1967 , 1972 , 1976 , 1980 , 2006 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2021 10 Independiente Medellín 1967 , 1994 , 2003 , 2005 , 2009 , 2010 , 2017 , 2019 , 2020 , 2023 9 Deportes Tolima 1982 , 1983 , 2004 , 2007 , 2011 , 2013 , 2019 , 2020 , 2022 8 Once Caldas 1999 , 2002 , 2004 , 2005 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2015 2 Cúcuta Deportivo 2007 , 2008 2 Boyacá Chicó 2008 , 2009 1 Unión Magdalena 1969 1 Atlético Bucaramanga 1998 1 Cortuluá 2002 1 Deportivo Pasto 2007 1 Deportivo Pereira 2023 1 Águilas Doradas 2024 Paraguay (11) 45 Olimpia 1960 , 1961 , 1963 , 1966 , 1969 , 1970 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1976 , 1977 , 1979 , 1980 , 1981 , 1982 , 1983 , 1984 , 1986 , 1987 , 1988 , 1989 , 1990 , 1991 , 1993 , 1994 , 1995 , 1996 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2012 , 2013 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 45 Cerro Porteño 1962 , 1964 , 1967 , 1969 , 1971 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1978 , 1980 , 1981 , 1985 , 1988 , 1990 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2010 , 2011 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 23 Libertad 1968 , 1977 , 1978 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2015 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 , 2024 20 Guaraní 1965 , 1966 , 1967 , 1968 , 1970 , 1971 , 1985 , 1997 , 2001 , 2004 , 2009 , 2011 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 10 Nacional 1983 , 1986 , 2006 , 2009 , 2010 , 2012 , 2014 , 2019 , 2023 , 2024 6 Sol de América 1979 , 1980 , 1982 , 1987 , 1989 , 1992 3 Sportivo Luqueño 1976 , 1984 , 2008 2 Colegiales 1991 , 2000 2 12 de Octubre 2002 , 2003 2 Tacuary 2005 , 2007 1 Deportivo Capiatá 2017 1 Sportivo Trinidense 2024 Clubs [ edit ] By semi-final appearances [ edit ] Club No. Years in semi-finals Peñarol 19 1960 , 1961 , 1962 , 1963 , 1965 , 1966 , 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 1972 , 1974 , 1976 , 1979 , 1981 , 1982 , 1983 , 1985 , 1987 , 2011 River Plate 19 1966 , 1970 , 1976 , 1978 , 1982 , 1986 , 1987 , 1990 , 1995 , 1996 , 1998 , 1999 , 2004 , 2005 , 2015 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 Boca Juniors 18 1963 , 1965 , 1977 , 1978 , 1979 , 1991 , 2000 , 2001 , 2003 , 2004 , 2007 , 2008 , 2012 , 2016 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2023 Olimpia 12 1960 , 1961 , 1979 , 1980 , 1982 , 1986 , 1989 , 1990 , 1991 , 1994 , 2002 , 2013 Nacional 12 1962 , 1964 , 1967 , 1969 , 1971 , 1972 , 1980 , 1981 , 1983 , 1984 , 1988 , 2009 Independiente 11 1964 , 1965 , 1966 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1976 , 1979 , 1984 , 1985 Palmeiras 11 1961 , 1968 , 1971 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2018 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 São Paulo 10 1972 , 1974 , 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2010 , 2016 América de Cali 10 1980 , 1983 , 1985 , 1986 , 1987 , 1988 , 1992 , 1993 , 1996 , 2003 Grêmio 10 1983 , 1984 , 1995 , 1996 , 2002 , 2007 , 2009 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 Santos 9 1962 , 1963 , 1964 , 1965 , 2003 , 2007 , 2011 , 2012 , 2020 Barcelona 8 1971 , 1972 , 1986 , 1990 , 1992 , 1998 , 2017 , 2021 Internacional 7 1977 , 1980 , 1989 , 2006 , 2010 , 2015 , 2023 Cruzeiro 6 1967 , 1975 , 1976 , 1977 , 1997 , 2009 Estudiantes 6 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 1971 , 1983 , 2009 Cerro Porteño 6 1973 , 1978 , 1993 , 1998 , 1999 , 2011 Flamengo 6 1981 , 1982 , 1984 , 2019 , 2021 , 2022 Universidad Católica 5 1962 , 1966 , 1969 , 1984 , 1993 Atlético Nacional 5 1989 , 1990 , 1991 , 1995 , 2016 San Lorenzo 4 1960 , 1973 , 1988 , 2014 Colo-Colo 4 1964 , 1973 , 1991 , 1997 Universitario 4 1967 , 1971 , 1972 , 1975 Universidad de Chile 4 1970 , 1996 , 2010 , 2012 Deportivo Cali 4 1977 , 1978 , 1981 , 1999 Vélez Sársfield 4 1980 , 1994 , 2011 , 2022 Millonarios 3 1960 , 1973 , 1974 Racing 3 1967 , 1968 , 1997 LDU Quito 3 1975 , 1976 , 2008 Cobreloa 3 1981 , 1982 , 1987 Newell’s Old Boys 3 1988 , 1992 , 2013 América 3 2000 , 2002 , 2008 Guadalajara 3 2005 , 2006 , 2010 Atlético Mineiro 3 1978 , 2013 , 2021 Santa Fe 2 1961 , 2013 Botafogo 2 1963 , 1973 Unión Española 2 1971 , 1975 Rosario Central 2 1975 , 2001 Alianza Lima 2 1976 , 1978 Libertad 2 1977 , 2006 Argentinos Juniors 2 1985 , 1986 Bolívar 2 1986 , 2014 Corinthians 2 2000 , 2012 Athletico Paranaense 2 2005 , 2022 Fluminense 2 2008 , 2023 Defensor Lima 1 1974 Huracán 1 1974 Portuguesa 1 1977 Palestino 1 1979 Guarani 1 1979 O’Higgins 1 1980 Jorge Wilstermann 1 1981 Deportes Tolima 1 1982 San Cristóbal 1 1983 Universidad de Los Andes 1 1984 El Nacional 1 1985 Blooming 1 1985 Danubio 1 1989 Junior 1 1994 Emelec 1 1995 Sporting Cristal 1 1997 Vasco da Gama 1 1998 Cruz Azul 1 2001 São Caetano 1 2002 Independiente Medellín 1 2003 Once Caldas 1 2004 Cúcuta Deportivo 1 2007 Defensor Sporting 1 2014 Nacional 1 2014 Guaraní 1 2015 UANL 1 2015 Independiente del Valle 1 2016 Lanús 1 2017 Clubs were finalists in years that are in bold . By country [ edit ] Country Semi-finals Number of clubs Clubs Argentina 74 12 River Plate (19), Boca Juniors (18), Independiente (11), Estudiantes (6), San Lorenzo (4), Vélez Sársfield (4), Racing (3), Newell’s Old Boys (3), Argentinos Juniors (2), Rosario Central (2), Huracan (1), Lanús (1) Brazil 73 15 Palmeiras (11), São Paulo (10), Grêmio (10), Santos (9), Internacional (7), Cruzeiro (6), Flamengo (6), Atlético Mineiro (3), Botafogo (2), Corinthians (2), Athletico Paranaense (2), Fluminense (2), Vasco da Gama (1), São Caetano (1), Guarani (1) Uruguay 33 4 Peñarol (19), Nacional (12), Danubio (1), Defensor Sporting (1) Colombia 29 10 América de Cali (10), Atlético Nacional (5), Deportivo Cali (4), Millonarios (3), Santa Fe (2), Junior (1), Once Caldas (1), Cúcuta Deportivo (1), Independiente Medellín (1), Deportes Tolima (1) Paraguay 22 5 Olimpia (12), Cerro Porteño (6), Libertad (2), Guaraní (1), Nacional (1) Chile 20 7 Universidad Católica (5), Colo-Colo (4), Universidad de Chile (4), Cobreloa (3), Unión Española (2), Palestino (1), O’Higgins (1) Ecuador 14 5 Barcelona (8), LDU Quito (3), El Nacional (1), Emelec (1), Independiente del Valle (1) Peru 8 4 Universitario (4), Alianza Lima (2), Sporting Cristal (1), Defensor Lima (1) Mexico 8 4 Guadalajara (3), América (3), Cruz Azul (1), UANL (1) Bolivia 4 3 Bolívar (2), Jorge Wilstermann (1), Blooming (1) Venezuela 3 3 Portuguesa (1), Universidad de Los Andes (1), San Cristóbal (1) By quarter-final appearances [ edit ] Club No. Years in quarter-finals River Plate 18 1970 , 1990 , 1995 , 1996 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2015 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 Boca Juniors 17 1970 , 1991 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2007 , 2008 , 2012 , 2013 , 2016 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 . 2023 Grêmio 12 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 2002 , 2003 , 2007 , 2009 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 Palmeiras 12 1968 , 1995 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2009 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 São Paulo 11 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2016 , 2021 Olimpia 10 1969 , 1989 , 1990 , 1991 , 1993 , 1994 , 2002 , 2013 , 2021 , 2023 Nacional 9 1969 , 1970 , 1988 , 1991 , 2002 , 2007 , 2009 , 2016 , 2020 Santos 9 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2007 , 2008 , 2011 , 2012 , 2017 , 2020 Peñarol 8 1968 , 1969 , 1970 , 1988 , 1997 , 1998 , 2002 , 2011 Cerro Porteño 8 1969 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1998 , 1999 , 2011 , 2019 América de Cali 7 1988 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1996 , 2001 , 2003 Atlético Nacional 7 1989 , 1990 , 1991 , 1992 , 1995 , 2014 , 2016 Cruzeiro 7 1997 , 2001 , 2009 , 2010 , 2014 , 2015 , 2018 Barcelona 7 1990 , 1992 , 1993 , 1996 , 1998 , 2017 , 2021 Vélez Sársfield 7 1994 , 1995 , 1999 , 2006 , 2011 , 2012 , 2022 Universidad Católica 6 1968 , 1969 , 1990 , 1993 , 1997 , 2011 San Lorenzo 6 1988 , 1992 , 1996 , 2008 , 2014 , 2017 Libertad 6 2006 , 2007 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2020 Flamengo 6 1991 , 1993 , 2010 , 2019 , 2021 , 2022 Bolívar 6 1994 , 1997 , 1998 , 2000 , 2014 , 2023 Internacional 6 1989 , 2006 , 2010 , 2015 , 2019 , 2023 Atlético Mineiro 5 2000 , 2013 , 2016 , 2021 , 2022 Corinthians 5 1996 , 1999 , 2000 , 2012 , 2022 Estudiantes 5 1968 , 2006 , 2009 , 2010 , 2022 Fluminense 5 2008 , 2012 , 2013 , 2021 , 2023 Emelec 4 1968 , 1990 , 1995 , 2015 Sporting Cristal 4 1968 , 1993 , 1995 , 1997 Universidad de Chile 4 1970 , 1996 , 2010 , 2012 Vasco da Gama 4 1990 , 1998 , 2001 , 2012 América 4 2000 , 2002 , 2007 , 2008 LDU Quito 4 1970 , 2006 , 2008 , 2019 Racing 4 1997 , 2015 , 2020 , 2023 Guaraní 3 1968 , 1970 , 2015 Independiente 3 1968 , 1990 , 2018 Deportivo Cali 3 1969 , 1999 , 2004 Newell’s Old Boys 3 1988 , 1992 , 2013 Colo-Colo 3 1991 , 1997 , 2018 Guadalajara 3 2005 , 2006 , 2010 Defensor Sporting 3 2007 , 2009 , 2014 Universitario 2 1968 , 1970 Millonarios 2 1989 , 1995 Cobreloa 2 1989 , 2003 Junior 2 1994 , 1996 Independiente Medellín 2 1994 , 2003 Atlas 2 2000 , 2008 Cruz Azul 2 2001 , 2003 Rosario Central 2 2001 , 2016 São Caetano 2 2002 , 2004 Once Caldas 2 2004 , 2011 UANL 2 2005 , 2015 Santa Fe 2 2013 , 2015 Lanús 2 2014 , 2017 Athletico Parananense 2 2005 , 2022 Portugués 1 1968 Deportivo Italia 1 1969 Santiago Wanderers 1 1969 Oriente Petrolero 1 1988 Bahia 1 1989 Danubio 1 1989 Sol de América 1 1989 Criciúma 1 1992 Minervén 1 1994 Unión Española 1 1994 Colón 1 1998 Bella Vista 1 1999 Estudiantes 1 1999 Morelia 1 2002 Deportivo Táchira 1 2004 Banfield 1 2005 Cúcuta Deportivo 1 2007 Caracas 1 2009 Jaguares 1 2011 Real Garcilaso 1 2013 Tijuana 1 2013 Arsenal 1 2014 Nacional 1 2014 Independiente del Valle 1 2016 UNAM 1 2016 Botafogo 1 2017 Jorge Wilstermann 1 2017 Atlético Tucumán 1 2018 Talleres 1 2022 Deportivo Pereira 1 2023 Note: 1) In 1960 and 1961 , the tournament started in this round, so teams are not marked as quarter-finalists in the table. 2) From 1962 to 1965 , no quarter-finals were played as the tournament had a first stage which consisted of three groups where the winners of each group advanced to semi-finals with the winners of the previous edition. 3) In 1966 and 1967 , no quarter-finals were played as the tournament had a first stage with several groups of four, five, six or even seven teams, where the two best teams of each group advanced to semi-finals with the winner of the previous edition. 4) From 1968 to 1970 , no quarter-finals were played as the tournament had a first stage with several groups of four or six teams, where the two best teams of each group advanced to the second stage with several groups of two, three or four teams, where the winners of each group advanced to the semi-finals with the winner of the previous edition. 5) From 1971 to 1987 , no quarter-finals were played as the tournament had a first stage with five groups of four teams, where the winners of each group advanced to the semi-finals with the winner of the previous edition. By country [ edit ] Country Quarter-finals Number of clubs Clubs Brazil 89 16 Grêmio (12), Palmeiras (12), São Paulo (11), Santos (9), Cruzeiro (7), Flamengo (6), Internacional (6), Corinthians (5), Atlético Mineiro (5), Fluminense (5), Vasco da Gama (4), São Caetano (2), Athletico Paranaense (2), Bahia (1), Botafogo (1), Criciúma (1) Argentina 71 15 River Plate (18), Boca Juniors (17), Vélez Sársfield (7), San Lorenzo (6), Estudiantes (5), Racing (4), Independiente (3), Newell’s Old Boys (3), Lanús (2), Rosario Central (2), Arsenal (1), Atlético Tucumán (1), Banfield (1), Colón (1), Talleres (1) Colombia 29 10 América de Cali (7), Atlético Nacional (7), Deportivo Cali (3), Independiente Medellín (2), Junior (2), Millonarios (2), Once Caldas (2), Santa Fe (2), Cúcuta Deportivo (1), Deportivo Pereira (1) Paraguay 29 6 Olimpia (10), Cerro Porteño (8), Libertad (6), Guaraní (3), Nacional (1), Sol de América (1) Uruguay 22 5 Nacional (9), Peñarol (8), Defensor Sporting (3), Bella Vista (1), Danubio (1) Mexico 17 9 América (4), Guadalajara (3), Atlas (2), Cruz Azul (2), UANL (2), Jaguares (1), Morelia (1), Tijuana (1), UNAM (1) Chile 17 6 Universidad Católica (6), Universidad de Chile (4), Colo-Colo (3), Cobreloa (2), Santiago Wanderers (1), Unión Española (1) Ecuador 16 4 Barcelona (7), Emelec (4), LDU Quito (4), Independiente del Valle (1) Bolivia 8 3 Bolívar (6), Jorge Wilstermann (1), Oriente Petrolero (1) Peru 7 3 Sporting Cristal (4), Universitario (2), Real Garcilaso (1) Venezuela 6 6 Caracas (1), Deportivo Italia (1), Deportivo Táchira (1), Estudiantes (1), Minervén (1), Portugués (1) By round of 16 appearances [ edit ] Club No. Years in round of 16 Nacional 24 1988 , 1989 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1997 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2013 , 2016 , 2017 , 2019 , 2020 , 2023 River Plate 23 1990 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2008 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 Boca Juniors 21 1989 , 1991 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2012 , 2013 , 2015 , 2016 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 Cerro Porteño 19 1990 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1995 , 1996 , 1998 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2003 , 2005 , 2011 , 2014 , 2016 , 2018 , 2019 , 2021 , 2022 Grêmio 16 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 2002 , 2003 , 2007 , 2009 , 2011 , 2013 , 2014 , 2016 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 Palmeiras 16 1994 , 1995 , 1999 , 2000 , 2001 , 2005 , 2006 , 2009 , 2013 , 2017 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 São Paulo 14 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2013 , 2015 , 2016 , 2021 Atlético Nacional 14 1989 , 1990 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1995 , 2006 , 2008 , 2012 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2018 , 2023 Cruzeiro 13 1994 , 1997 , 1998 , 2001 , 2004 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2014 , 2015 , 2018 , 2019 Corinthians 13 1991 , 1996 , 1999 , 2000 , 2003 , 2006 , 2010 , 2012 , 2013 , 2015 , 2016 , 2018 , 2022 Vélez Sársfield 13 1994 , 1995 , 1997 , 1999 , 2006 , 2007 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 , 2021 , 2022 Bolívar 13 1988 , 1989 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 1995 , 1997 , 1998 , 2000 , 2012 , 2014 , 2023 Olimpia 13 1989 , 1990 , 1991 , 1993 , 1994 , 1995 , 1998 , 2002 , 2003 , 2013 , 2019 , 2021 , 2023 Emelec 11 1990 , 1994 , 1995 , 1999 , 2001 , 2012 , 2013 , 2015 , 2017 , 2019 , 2022 Flamengo 11 1991 , 1993 , 2007 , 2008 , 2010 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 Colo-Colo 10 1988 , 1990 , 1991 , 1992 , 1994 , 1997 , 1998 , 1999 , 2007 , 2018 América de Cali 10 1988 , 1991 , 1992 , 1993 , 1996 , 1998 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 Santos 10 2003 , 2004 , 2005 , 2007 , 2008 , 2011 , 2012 , 2017 , 2018 , 2020 Universidad Católica 10 1988 , 1990 , 1992 , 1993 , 1995 , 1997 , 1999 , 2002 , 2011 , 2021 Libertad 10 2006 , 2007 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2018 , 2019 , 2020 , 2022 Internacional 10 1989 , 2006 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2015 , 2019 , 2020 , 2021 , 2023 Peñarol 9 1988 , 1989 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 1998 , 2000 , 2002 , 2011 LDU Quito 9 1991 , 1999 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2008 , 2011 , 2019 , 2020 Barcelona 9 1990 , 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 1996 , 1998 , 2004 , 2017 , 2021 Racing 9 1989 , 1997 , 2003 , 2015 , 2016 , 2018 , 2020 , 2021 , 2023 Atlético Mineiro 9 2000 , 2013 , 2014 , 2015 , 2016 , 2017 , 2021 , 2022 , 2023 Estudiantes 8 2006 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2015 , 2018 , 2022 Universitario 7 1988 , 1989 , 1991 , 1993 , 1994 , 1999 , 2010 Defensor Sporting 7 1990 , 1993 , 1994 , 1996 , 2007 , 2009 , 2014 América 7 1998 , 2000 , 2002 , 2004 , 2007 , 2008 , 2011 San Lorenzo 7 1988 , 1992 , 1996 , 2008 , 2014 , 2017 , 2019 Athletico Parananense 7 2000 , 2005 , 2017 , 2019 , 2020 , 2022 , 2023 Sporting Cristal 6 1992 , 1993 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 . 2004 Junior 6 1994 , 1996 , 2000 , 2001 , 2005 , 2011 Fluminense 6 2008 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2021 , 2023 Newell’s Old Boys 5 1988 , 1992 , 1993 , 2006 , 2013 Cobreloa 5 1989 , 1993 , 2001 , 2002 , 2003 Vasco da Gama 5 1990 , 1998 , 1999 , 2001 , 2012 El Nacional 5 1993 , 1997 , 2000 , 2001 , 2002 Universidad de Chile 5 1996 , 2005 , 2009 , 2010 , 2012 Deportivo Táchira 4 1989 , 1991 , 2004 , 2016 The Strongest 4 1990 , 1994 , 2014 , 2017 Minervén 4 1993 , 1994 , 1996 , 1997 Rosario Central 4 2000 , 2001 , 2004 , 2016 Once Caldas 4 2004 , 2005 , 2010 , 2011 Guadalajara 4 2005 , 2006 , 2009 , 2010 Lanús 4 2008 , 2012 , 2014 , 2017 Guaraní 4 1997 , 2015 , 2017 , 2020 Oriente Petrolero 3 1988 , 1991 , 1997 Millonarios 3 1989 , 1995 , 1997 Independiente 3 1990 , 1995 , 2018 Independiente Medellín 3 1994 , 2003 , 2005 Union Española 3 1994 , 2012 , 2014 Alianza Lima 3 1995 , 1998 , 2010 Caracas 3 1995 , 2007 , 2009 Deportivo Cali 3 1999 , 2003 , 2004 São Caetano 3 2001 , 2002 , 2004 Cruz Azul 3 2001 , 2003 , 2012 UANL 3 2005 , 2006 , 2015 Santa Fe 3 2006 , 2013 , 2015 Jorge Wilstermann 3 1999 , 2017 , 2020 Independiente del Valle 3 2016 , 2020 , 2023 Deportivo Quito 2 1989 , 2012 Deportes Concepción 2 1991 , 2001 Botafogo 2 1996 , 2017 Atlas 2 2000 , 2008 Montevideo Wanderers 2 2002 , 2015 UNAM 2 2003 , 2016 Santos Laguna 2 2004 , 2014 Banfield 2 2005 , 2010 Cúcuta Deportivo 2 2007 , 2008 Toluca 2 2007 , 2016 San Luis 2 2009 , 2010 Godoy Cruz 2 2017 , 2019 Colón 2 1998 , 2022 Argentinos Juniors 2 2021 , 2023 Guarani 1 1988 Bahia 1 1989 Danubio 1 1989 Sol de América 1 1989 Pepeganga Margarita 1 1990 Progreso 1 1990 Unión Huaral 1 1990 Colegiales 1 1991 Criciúma 1 1992 Marítimo 1 1992 Valdez 1 1992 ESPOLI 1 1996 San José 1 1996 Atlético Bucaramanga 1 1998 Bella Vista 1 1999 Estudiantes de Mérida 1 1999 Cienciano 1 2002 Morelia 1 2002 Olmedo 1 2002 Paysandu 1 2003 Pachuca 1 2005 Goiás 1 2006 Necaxa 1 2007 Paraná 1 2007 Deportivo Cuenca 1 2009 Sport 1 2009 Universidad San Martín 1 2009 Jaguares 1 2011 Real Garcilaso 1 2013 Tigre 1 2013 Tijuana 1 2013 Arsenal 1 2014 León 1 2014 Nacional 1 2014 Universitario 1 2015 Huracán 1 2016 Atlético Tucumán 1 2018 Delfín 1 2020 Defensa y Justicia 1 2021 Deportes Tolima 1 2022 Talleres 1 2022 Fortaleza 1 2022 Deportivo Pereira 1 2023 Note: 1) From 1960 to 1987 , no round of 16 was played because of the format of the tournament, or because of the lack of teams. By country [ edit ] Country Round of 16 Number of clubs Clubs Brazil 143 22 Grêmio (16), Palmeiras (16), São Paulo (14), Cruzeiro (13), Corinthians (13), Flamengo (11), Santos (10), Internacional (10), Atlético Mineiro (9), Athletico Paranaense (7), Fluminense (6), Vasco da Gama (5), São Caetano (3), Botafogo (2), Bahia (1), Criciúma (1), Goiás (1), Guarani (1), Paraná (1), Paysandu (1), Sport (1), Fortaleza (1) Argentina 111 20 River Plate (23), Boca Juniors (21), Vélez Sársfield (13), Racing (9), Estudiantes (8), San Lorenzo (7), Newell’s Old Boys (5), Lanús (4), Rosario Central (4), Independiente (3), Banfield (2), Godoy Cruz (2), Colón (2), Argentinos Juniors (2), Arsenal (1), Atlético Tucumán (1), Huracán (1), Tigre (1), Defensa y Justicia (1), Talleres (1) Colombia 51 12 Atlético Nacional (14), América de Cali (10), Junior (6), Once Caldas (4), Deportivo Cali (3), Independiente Medellín (3), Millonarios (3), Santa Fe (3), Cúcuta Deportivo (2), Atlético Bucaramanga (1), Deportes Tolima (1), Deportivo Pereira (1) Paraguay 49 7 Cerro Porteño (19), Olimpia (13), Libertad (10), Guaraní (4), Colegiales (1), Nacional (1), Sol de América (1) Uruguay 45 7 Nacional (24), Peñarol (9), Defensor Sporting (7), Montevideo Wanderers (2), Bella Vista (1), Danubio (1), Progreso (1) Ecuador 44 11 Emelec (11), LDU Quito (9), Barcelona (9), El Nacional (5), Independiente del Valle (3), Deportivo Quito (2), Deportivo Cuenca (1), ESPOLI (1), Olmedo (1), Valdez (1), Delfín (1) Chile 35 6 Colo-Colo (10), Universidad Católica (10), Cobreloa (5), Universidad de Chile (5), Unión Española (3), Deportes Concepción (2) Mexico 33 15 América (7), Guadalajara (4), Cruz Azul (3), UANL (3), Atlas (2), San Luis (2), Santos Laguna (2), Toluca (2), UNAM (2), Jaguares (1), León (1), Morelia (1), Necaxa (1), Pachuca (1), Tijuana (1) Bolivia 25 6 Bolivar (13), The Strongest (4), Oriente Petrolero (3), Jorge Wilstermann (3), San José (1), Universitario (1) Peru 20 7 Universitario (7), Sporting Cristal (6), Alianza Lima (3), Cienciano (1), Real Garcilaso (1), Unión Huaral (1), Universidad San Martín (1) Venezuela 14 6 Deportivo Táchira (4), Minervén (4), Caracas (3), Estudiantes de Mérida (1), Marítimo (1), Pepeganga Margarita (1) Specific group stage records [ edit ] Best group stage [ edit ] # Year Club Points Pld W D L GF GA GD 1 2022 Palmeiras 18 6 6 0 0 25 3 +22 2 2015 Boca Juniors 18 6 6 0 0 19 2 +17 3 2001 Vasco da Gama 18 6 6 0 0 16 5 +11 4 2007 Santos 18 6 6 0 0 12 1 +11 Worst group stage [ edit ] # Year Club Points Pld W D L GF GA GD 1 2015 Zamora 0 6 0 0 6 3 21 −18 2 1979 Jorge Wilstermann 0 6 0 0 6 5 21 −16 3 1979 Alianza Lima 0 6 0 0 6 5 20 −15 4 2017 Zamora 0 6 0 0 6 6 20 −14 5 2011 Guaraní 0 6 0 0 6 2 16 −14 1970 Galicia 0 6 0 0 6 2 16 −14 7 1987 Estudiantes de Mérida 0 6 0 0 6 4 17 −13 8 1985 Sport Boys 0 5 0 0 5 1 14 −13 9 2009 Aurora 0 6 0 0 6 3 15 −12 2004 Cobreloa 0 6 0 0 6 3 15 −12 1976 Galicia 0 6 0 0 6 3 15 −12 12 2007 Deportivo Pasto 0 6 0 0 6 3 14 −11 13 2007 Alianza Lima 0 6 0 0 6 2 13 −11 14 1974 Colo-Colo 0 6 0 0 6 3 13 −10 15 2016 Melgar 0 6 0 0 0 2 12 −10 16 2002 Sporting Cristal 0 6 0 0 6 5 14 −9 17 1982 Deportivo Municipal 0 6 0 0 6 3 12 −9 18 1980 Deportivo Táchira 0 6 0 0 6 0 9 −9 19 2023 Metropolitanos 0 6 0 0 6 4 11 −7 Unbeaten sides [ edit ] Seven clubs have won the Copa Libertadores unbeaten, with one of them doing so twice: Estudiantes had four wins and zero draws in 1969 , and three wins and one draw in 1970 . The other unbeaten sides are: Peñarol with three wins and four draws in 1960 Santos with three wins and one draw in 1963 Independiente with five wins and two draws in 1964 Boca Juniors with four wins and two draws in 1978 Corinthians with eight wins and six draws in 2012 Flamengo with twelve wins and one draw in 2022 Finals success rate [ edit ] See also: List of Copa Libertadores finals Only one club have appeared in the finals of the Copa Libertadores more than once with a 100% success rate: Independiente ( 1964 , 1965 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 and 1984 ) Nine clubs have appeared in the final once, being victorious on that occasion: Racing ( 1967 ) Argentinos Juniors ( 1985 ) Vélez Sársfield ( 1994 ) Vasco da Gama ( 1998 ) Once Caldas ( 2004 ) LDU Quito ( 2008 ) Corinthians ( 2012 ) Atlético Mineiro ( 2013 ) San Lorenzo ( 2014 ) On the other end, eighteen clubs have appeared in the finals and have never won the tournament. Five of those clubs have appeared in the finals more than once, losing on each occasion: América de Cali ( 1985 , 1986 , 1987 and 1996 ) Deportivo Cali ( 1978 and 1999 ) Cobreloa ( 1981 and 1982 ) Newell’s Old Boys ( 1988 and 1992 ) Barcelona ( 1990 and 1998 ) Athletico Paranaense ( 2005 and 2022 ) Consecutive participations [ edit ] Nacional have the record number of consecutive participations, with 25 from 1997 to 2021 . Consecutive finals [ edit ] Two clubs have appeared in a record four consecutive finals: Estudiantes ( 1968 , 1969 , 1970 and 1971 ) Independiente ( 1972 , 1973 , 1974 and 1975 ) Defending the trophy [ edit ] Successful title-holder campaigns [ edit ] As of 2021, 12 of the 61 attempts to defend the trophy (19.6%) have been successful, and this has been accomplished by seven clubs. Until 1999, the title-holders started the competition in the second stage (sometimes third, depending on the format). Since then, only Boca Juniors (in 2001 ) and Palmeiras (in 2021 ) have defended their title in the current format, with the previous year’s champions starting the tournament in the group stage. Defended Attempts Club Year Pld W D L GF GA GD 4 7 Independiente 1965 6 3 1 2 8 5 +3 1973 7 3 3 1 8 5 +3 1974 7 4 2 1 12 6 +6 1975 7 4 0 3 10 6 +4 2 4 Estudiantes 1969 4 4 0 0 9 2 +7 1970 4 3 1 0 5 1 +4 2 6 Boca Juniors 1978 6 4 2 0 11 2 +9 2001 14 9 3 2 20 13 +7 1 5 Peñarol 1961 6 4 1 1 12 5 +7 1 3 Santos 1963 4 3 1 0 10 4 +6 1 3 São Paulo 1993 8 4 2 2 13 6 +7 1 3 Palmeiras 2021 13 9 3 1 29 10 +19 Unsuccessful title-holder campaigns [ edit ] Of the 25 clubs to win the tournament, 19 have never defended it. Seven of those clubs have won the trophy more than once and had more than one attempt to do so. In 2000 title-holders started participating on group stage, four title-holders have failed to advance past this stage since. # Club Year Defeated by Stage reached 4 Peñarol 1962 Santos Runners-up 1967 Nacional Semi-finals 1983 Grêmio Runners-up 1988 San Lorenzo Third stage, before semi-finals Boca Juniors 1979 Olimpia Runners-up 2002 Olimpia Quarter-finals 2004 Once Caldas Runners-up 2008 Fluminense Semi-finals River Plate 1987 Peñarol Semi-finals 1997 Racing Round of 16 2016 Independiente del Valle Round of 16 2019 Flamengo Runners-up 3 Independiente 1966 River Plate Semi-finals 1976 River Plate Semi-finals 1985 Argentinos Juniors Semi-finals Nacional 1972 Universitario Semi-finals 1981 Cobreloa Semi-finals 1989 Danubio Round of 16 Olimpia 1980 Nacional Semi-finals 1991 Colo-Colo Runners-up 2003 Grêmio Round of 16 2 Grêmio 1984 Independiente Runners-up 1996 América de Cali Semi-finals Cruzeiro 1977 Boca Juniors Runners-up 1998 Vasco da Gama Round of 16 São Paulo 1994 Vélez Sársfield Runners-up 2006 Internacional Runners-up Estudiantes 1971 Nacional Runners-up 2010 Internacional Quarter-finals Internacional 2007 Nacional Group stage Vélez Sársfield 2011 Peñarol Round of 16 Santos 1964 Independiente Semi-finals 2012 Corinthians Semi-finals Atlético Nacional 1990 Olimpia Semi-finals 2017 Barcelona Group stage Botafogo Flamengo 1982 Peñarol Semi-finals 2020 Racing Round of 16 Palmeiras 2000 Boca Juniors Runners-up 2022 Athletico Paranaense Semi-finals 1 Racing 1968 Estudiantes Semi-finals Argentinos Juniors 1986 River Plate Semi-finals Colo-Colo 1992 Barcelona Round of 16 Vélez Sársfield 1995 River Plate Quarter-finals Vasco da Gama 1999 Palmeiras Round of 16 Once Caldas 2005 UANL Round of 16 LDU Quito 2009 Palmeiras Group stage Sport Corinthians 2013 Boca Juniors Round of 16 Atlético Mineiro 2014 Atlético Nacional Round of 16 San Lorenzo 2015 Corinthians Group stage São Paulo Title-holder campaign by stage [ edit ] As of 2021, these are the stages the title holders advanced to in the following competition: Stages # Years Champions 12 1961, 1963, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1993, 2001, 2021 Runners-up 12 1962, 1971, 1977, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1991, 1994, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2019 Semi-finals 18 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1996, 2008, 2012, 2018, 2022 Quarter-finals 4 1988 (third stage, before semi-finals), 1995, 2002, 2010 Round of 16 12 1989, 1992, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2020 Group stage 4 2007, 2009, 2015, 2017 No previous champions 1 1960 Defeating title-holders [ edit ] Years in bold : winner of the edition. # Club Year Title-holder Stage when defeated champions Stage reached 13 Title-holder not defeated 1960 no previous champions 1961 Peñarol 1963 Santos 1965 Independiente 1969 Estudiantes 1970 Estudiantes 1973 Independiente 1974 Independiente 1975 Independiente 1978 Boca Juniors 1993 São Paulo 2001 Boca Juniors 2021 Palmeiras 5 River Plate 1966 Independiente Semi-finals Runners-up 1976 Independiente Semi-finals Runners-up 1986 Argentinos Juniors Semi-finals Champions 1995 Vélez Sársfield Quarter-finals Semi-finals 2018 Grêmio Semi-finals Champions 4 Nacional 1967 Peñarol Semi-finals Runners-up 1971 Estudiantes Final Champions 1980 Olimpia Semi-finals Champions 2007 Internacional Group stage Quarter-finals Olimpia 1979 Boca Juniors Final Champions 1990 Atlético Nacional Semi-finals Champions 2002 Boca Juniors Quarter-finals Champions 2023 Flamengo Round of 16 Quarter-finals 3 Peñarol 1982 Flamengo Semi-finals Champions 1987 River Plate Semi-finals Champions 2011 Internacional Round of 16 Runners-up Boca Juniors 1977 Cruzeiro Final Champions 2000 Palmeiras Final Champions 2013 Corinthians Round of 16 Quarter-finals 2 Independiente 1964 Santos Semi-finals Champions 1984 Grêmio Final Champions Grêmio 1983 Peñarol Final Champions 2003 Olimpia Round of 16 Quarter-finals Vélez Sársfield 1994 São Paulo Final Champions 2007 Internacional Group stage Round of 16 Palmeiras 1999 Vasco da Gama Round of 16 Champions 2009 LDU Quito Group stage Quarter-finals Internacional 2006 São Paulo Final Champions 2010 Estudiantes Quarter-finals Champions Corinthians 2012 Santos Semi-finals Champions 2015 San Lorenzo Group stage Round of 16 Barcelona 1992 Colo-Colo Round of 16 Semi-finals 2017 Atlético Nacional Group stage Semi-finals Racing 1997 River Plate Round of 16 Semi-finals 2020 Flamengo Round of 16 Quarter-finals 1 Santos 1962 Peñarol Final Champions Estudiantes 1968 Racing Semi-finals Champions Universitario 1972 Nacional Semi-finals Runners-up Cobreloa 1981 Nacional Semi-finals Runners-up Argentinos Juniors 1985 Independiente Semi-finals Champions San Lorenzo 1988 Peñarol Third stage, before semi-finals Semi-finals Danubio 1989 Nacional Round of 16 Semi-finals Colo-Colo 1991 Olimpia Final Champions América de Cali 1996 Grêmio Semi-finals Runners-up Vasco da Gama 1998 Cruzeiro Round of 16 Champions Once Caldas 2004 Boca Juniors Final Champions UANL 2005 Once Caldas Round of 16 Quarter-finals Fluminense 2008 Boca Juniors Semi-finals Runners-up Sport 2009 LDU Quito Group stage Round of 16 Atlético Nacional 2014 Atlético Mineiro Round of 16 Quarter-finals São Paulo 2015 San Lorenzo Group stage Round of 16 Independiente del Valle 2016 River Plate Round of 16 Runners-up Botafogo 2017 Atlético Nacional Group stage Quarter-finals Flamengo 2019 River Plate Final Champions Athletico Paranaense 2022 Palmeiras Semi-finals Runners-up Defeated champions in a single tournament [ edit ] Year in bold : winners of that edition. Club in italics : title-holder. By number of champions defeated [ edit ] # Club Year Defeated champions (number of titles, stage) Stage reached 5 Botafogo 2017 Colo-Colo (1, second stage), Olimpia (3, third stage), Atlético Nacional (2, group stage), Estudiantes (4, group stage), Nacional (3, round of 16) Quarter-finals River Plate 2018 Flamengo (1, group stage), Racing (1, round of 16), Independiente (7, quarter-finals), Grêmio (3, semi-finals), Boca Juniors (6, finals) Champions Flamengo 2019 Peñarol (5, group stage), LDU Quito (1, group stage), Internacional (2, quarter-finals), Grêmio (3, semi-finals), River Plate (4, final) Champions Fluminense 2023 River Plate (4, group stage), Argentinos Juniors (1, round of 16), Olimpia (3, quarter-finals), Internacional (2, semi-finals), Boca Juniors (6, final) Champions 4 Independiente 1984 Estudiantes (3, group stage), Olimpia (1, group stage), Nacional (2, semi-finals), Grêmio (1, finals) Champions Once Caldas 2004 Vélez Sársfield (1, group stage), Santos (2, quarter-finals), São Paulo (2, semi-finals), Boca Juniors (5, finals) Champions Barcelona 2017 Atlético Nacional (2, group stage), Estudiantes (4, group stage), Palmeiras (1, round of 16), Santos (3, quarter-finals) Semi-finals Santos 2020 Olimpia (3, group stage), LDU Quito (1, round of 16), Grêmio (3, quarter-finals), Boca Juniors (6, semi-finals) Runners-up Boca Juniors 2023 Colo-Colo (1, group stage), Nacional (3, round of 16), Racing (1, quarter-finals), Palmeiras (3, semi-finals) Runners-up 3 River Plate 1976 Estudiantes (3, group stage), Independiente (6, semi-finals), Peñarol (3, semi-finals) Runners-up Grêmio 1983 Flamengo (1, group stage), Estudiantes (3, semi-finals), Peñarol (4, finals) Champions River Plate 1986 Boca Juniors (2, group stage), Peñarol (4, group stage), Argentinos Juniors (1, semi-finals) Champions Colo-Colo 1991 Nacional (3, quarter-finals), Boca Juniors (2, semi-finals), Olimpia (2, finals) Champions Vasco da Gama 1998 Cruzeiro (2, round of 16), Grêmio (2, quarter-finals), River Plate (2, semi-finals) Champions Palmeiras 1999 Olimpia (2, group stage), Vasco da Gama (1, round of 16), River Plate (2, semi-finals) Champions Olimpia 2002 Flamengo (1, group stage), Boca Juniors (4, quarter-finals), Grêmio (2, semi-finals) Champions Fluminense 2008 Atlético Nacional (1, round of 16), São Paulo (3, quarter-finals), Boca Juniors (6, semi-finals) Runners-up Peñarol 2011 Independiente (7, group stage), Internacional (2, round of 16), Vélez Sársfield (1, semi-finals) Runners-up Santos 2011 Colo-Colo (1, group stage), Once Caldas (1, quarter-finals), Peñarol (5, finals) Champions Corinthians 2012 Vasco da Gama (1, quarter-finals), Santos (3, semi-finals), Boca Juniors (6, finals) Champions Independiente del Valle 2016 Colo-Colo (1, group stage), River Plate (3, round of 16), Boca Juniors (6, semi-finals) Runners-up Palmeiras 2021 São Paulo (3, quarter-finals), Atlético Mineiro (1, semi-finals), Flamengo (2, final) Champions Flamengo 2021 Vélez Sarsfield (1, group stage), LDU Quito (1, group stage), Olimpia (3, quarter-finals) Runners-up By number of titles combined [ edit ] # Club Year Defeated champions (number of titles, stage) Stage reached 18 River Plate 2018 Flamengo (1, group stage), Racing (1, round of 16), Independiente (7, quarter-finals), Grêmio (3, semi-finals), Boca Juniors (6, finals) Champions 16 Fluminense 2023 River Plate (4, group stage), Argentinos Juniors (1, round of 16), Olimpia (3, quarter-finals), Internacional (2, semi-finals), Boca Juniors (6, final) Champions 15 Flamengo 2019 Peñarol (5, group stage), LDU Quito (1, group stage), Internacional (2, quarter-finals), Grêmio (3, semi-finals), River Plate (4, final) Champions 13 Botafogo 2017 Colo-Colo (1, second stage), Olimpia (3, third stage), Atlético Nacional (2, group stage), Estudiantes (4, group stage), Nacional (3, round of 16) Quarter-finals Santos 2020 Olimpia (3, group stage), LDU Quito (1, round of 16), Grêmio (3, quarter-finals), Boca Juniors (6, semi-finals) Runners-up 12 River Plate 1976 Estudiantes (3, group stage), Independiente (6, semi-finals), Peñarol (3, semi-finals) Runners-up São Caetano 2004 Peñarol (5, group stage), Independiente (7, playoff between group stage and round of 16) Quarter-finals 10 Once Caldas 2004 Vélez Sársfield (1, group stage), Santos (2, quarter-finals), São Paulo (2, semi-finals), Boca Juniors (5, finals) Champions Fluminense 2008 Atlético Nacional (1, round of 16), São Paulo (3, quarter-finals), Boca Juniors (6, semi-finals) Runners-up Peñarol 2011 Independiente (7, group stage), Internacional (2, round of 16), Vélez Sársfield (1, semi-finals) Runners-up Corinthians 2012 Vasco da Gama (1, quarter-finals), Santos (3, semi-finals), Boca Juniors (6, finals) Champions Independiente del Valle 2016 Colo-Colo (1, group stage), River Plate (3, round of 16), Boca Juniors (6, semi-finals) Runners-up Barcelona 2017 Atlético Nacional (2, group stage), Estudiantes (4, group stage), Palmeiras (1, round of 16), Santos (3, quarter-finals) Semi-finals 9 Boca Juniors 1979 Peñarol (3, semi-finals), Independiente (6, semi-finals) Runners-up Winning other trophies [ edit ] See also: Double (association football) and Treble (association football) Only 2 clubs have the distinction of winning the Copa Libertadores, their national league, and another domestic tournament in the same year/season, known colloquially as the treble: [T 1] Santos in 1962, having won the 1962 Copa Libertadores, the Taça Brasil and the Campeonato Paulista . Santos also went on to win the Intercontinental Cup that same year. Flamengo in 2019, having won the 2019 Copa Libertadores, the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and the Campeonato Carioca . ^ Note: trebles are not possible for all South American clubs since many countries do not have a domestic cup. In addition to Santos, seven other clubs have achieved a continental double, in which a club won the Copa Libertadores in addition to their domestic league in the same year: Peñarol in 1960 and 1961 Nacional in 1971 and 1980 Olimpia in 1979 Argentinos Juniors in 1985 River Plate in 1986 Colo-Colo in 1991 Flamengo in 2019 In addition to the double, the following clubs have gone on to win other trophies in that same time frame: Peñarol won the Intercontinental Cup in 1961 Nacional won the Intercontinental Cup and Copa Interamericana in 1971, and the Intercontinental Cup in 1980 Olimpia won the Intercontinental Cup and Copa Interamericana in 1979 Argentinos Juniors won the Copa Interamericana in 1985 River Plate won the Intercontinental Cup and Copa Interamericana in 1986 Colo-Colo won the Copa Interamericana in 1991 Biggest wins [ edit ] The largest margin of victory in a single match is nine goals, which occurred twice: Peñarol defeated Valencia 11–2 in 1970 River Plate defeated Universitario 9–0 in 1970 The largest margin of victory in a single finals match is four goals, done twice by São Paulo : São Paulo defeated Universidad Católica 5–1 in the first leg in 1993 São Paulo defeated Atlético Paranaense 4–0 in the second leg in 2005 Biggest two-leg win [ edit ] The largest margin of victory over two legs is fourteen goals, which occurred when River Plate defeated Binacional 14–0 on aggregate in 2020 ; the scorelines in each match were 8–0 and 6–0. Most goals in a match [ edit ] The record number of goals scored in a single match is thirteen, which occurred when Peñarol defeated Valencia 11–2 in 1970 . The most goals scored in a draw is ten, which occurred when Bolívar drew 5–5 with Atlético Paranaense in 2002 . The most goals scored in a single finals match is six. This occurred on three occasions: Peñarol defeated River Plate 4–2 in the third leg in 1966 São Paulo defeated Universidad Católica 5–1 in the second leg in 1993 LDU Quito defeated Fluminense 4–2 in the first leg in 2008 Most goals over two legs or more [ edit ] The most goals scored over two legs is fifteen, which occurred when Peñarol defeated Everest 14–1 on aggregate in 1963 ; the scorelines in each match were 5–0 and 9–1. In instances where a third leg was needed, the record number of goals scored is seventeen, which occurred when Peñarol defeated Santos 9–8 on aggregate in 1965 ; the scorelines in each match were 5–4, 3–2, and 2–1. The most goals scored over two legs in the finals is ten, which occurred when LDU Quito drew Fluminense 5–5 on aggregate in 2008 ; the scorelines in each match were 4–2 and 3–1. In instances where a third leg was needed, the record number of goals scored in the finals is thirteen, which occurred twice: Peñarol defeated River Plate 8–5 on aggregate in 1966 ; the scorelines in each match were 2–0, 3–2, and 4–2. Cruzeiro also defeated River Plate 8–5 overall in 1976 ; the scorelines in each match were 4–1, 2–1, and 3–2. Players [ edit ] Appearances [ edit ] Ever Almeida holds the record for most matches played with 113 games, all for Olimpia . He is also the only person to have made over 100 appearances in the tournament. [5] Rank Country Player Appearances Goals From To Club(s) 1 Ever Almeida 113 0 1973 1990 Olimpia 2 Antony de Ávila 94 29 1983 1998 América de Cali , Barcelona 3 Vladimir Soria 93 4 1986 2000 Bolívar 4 Willington Ortiz 92 19 1973 1988 Millonarios , América de Cali , Deportivo Cali 5 Rogério Ceni 90 14 2004 2015 São Paulo 6 Pedro Rocha 88 36 1962 1979 Peñarol , São Paulo , Palmeiras 7 Alberto Spencer 87 54 1960 1972 Peñarol , Barcelona Carlos Borja 87 11 1979 1997 Bolívar 8 Juan Battaglia 85 22 1978 1990 Cerro Porteño , América de Cali 9 Álex Escobar 83 14 1985 2000 América de Cali , LDU Quito 10 Clemente Rodríguez 82 2 2001 2013 Boca Juniors , Estudiantes Goalscoring [ edit ] All-time top scorers [ edit ] Alberto Spencer is the all-time goalscorer of the Copa Libertadores with 54 goals to his name between 1960 and 1972. [6] Alberto Spencer . Rank Country Player Goals Games Goal Ratio Debut Club(s) 1 Alberto Spencer 54 87 0.62 1960 Peñarol , Barcelona 2 Fernando Morena 37 77 0.48 1973 Peñarol 3 Pedro Virgilio Rocha 36 88 0.41 1962 Peñarol , São Paulo , Palmeiras 4 Daniel Onega 31 47 0.66 1966 River Plate 5 Julio Morales 30 76 0.39 1966 Nacional 6 Luizão 29 43 0.67 1998 Vasco da Gama , Corinthians , Grêmio , São Paulo Gabriel Barbosa 29 51 0.57 2018 Santos , Flamengo Juan Carlos Sarnari 29 62 0.47 1966 River Plate , Universidad Católica , Universidad de Chile , Santa Fe Antony de Ávila 29 94 0.31 1983 América de Cali , Barcelona 10 Luis Artime 26 40 0.65 1966 Independiente , Nacional Juan Carlos Sánchez 26 53 0.49 1973 Jorge Wilstermann , Blooming , San José Top scorer award [ edit ] The top scorer award is for the player who amasses the most goals in the tournament. Fernando Morena has received the most awards with three, in 1974 , 1975 and 1982 , all with Peñarol . Five other players have won the award multiple times: Alberto Spencer with Peñarol in 1960 and 1962 Oswaldo Ramírez with Universitario in 1972 and 1975 Néstor Scotta ( Deportivo Cali ) in 1977 and 1978 Salvador Cabañas with América in 2007 and 2008 Gabriel Barbosa with Flamengo in 2019 and 2021 Daniel Onega scored the most goals in a single tournament, with 17 for River Plate in 1966 . Players from Peñarol have received the award the most times, with seven: Alberto Spencer in 1960 and 1962 Raul Castronovo in 1971 Fernando Morena in 1974 , 1975 and 1982 Carlos Aguilera in 1989 Brazil is the nationality that has received the most awards, with 30 Brazilian players finishing as top scorer. Hat-tricks [ edit ] The tournament’s first hat-trick was scored by Alberto Spencer of Peñarol , when he netted four goals against Jorge Wilstermann on 19 April 1960, in the first ever match in the history of the tournament. Thiago Neves is the only player to score a hat-trick in a finals match, doing so for Fluminense against LDU Quito in 2008 . Player For Against Score Date Alberto Spencer 4 Peñarol Wilstermann 7–1 19 April 1960 Coutinho Santos Cerro Porteño 9–1 28 February 1962 Enrique Raymondi 5 Emelec U Católica 7–2 21 February 1962 Francisco Sasía Peñarol Everest 0–5 9 June 1963 Alberto Spencer 5 Peñarol Everest 9–1 7 July 1963 José Sanfilippo Boca Juniors U de Chile 2–3 31 July 1963 Pelé Santos Botafogo 0–4 28 August 1963 Delio Gamboa Millonarios Alianza Lima 3–2 7 May 1964 Pelé Santos U de Chile 1–5 13 February 1965 Luis Onega River Plate Universitario 5–0 1 March 1966 Moyano D Municipal La Paz 9 de Octubre 3–4 19 February 1966 Hugo Lencina Emelec 9 de Octubre 0–4 23 March 1966 Pedro Rocha Nacional U Católica 3–2 10 April 1966 Luis Artime Independiente Millonarios 3–1 18 February 1968 Percy Rojas Universitario Wilstermann 5–1 22 February 1968 José Omar Pastoriza Independiente Universitario 0–3 21 March 1968 Oscar Más 4 River Plate Universitario (BOL) 9–0 11 March 1970 Daniel Onega Pedro Rocha Peñarol Carabobo 11–2 15 March 1970 Pedro Araya U de Chile Nacional 3–0 15 April 1970 Zico Flamengo Cerro Porteño 2–4 11 August 1981 Salvador Cabañas América (MEX) Sporting Cristal 5–0 24 January 2007 Alexis Sánchez Colo Colo Caracas 0–4 20 March 2007 Mauricio Molina 4 Santos San José 7–0 1 April 2008 Matías Urbano Cúcuta San José 2–4 8 April 2008 Sebastian Abreu River Plate U San Martín 5–0 17 April 2008 Martín Palermo Boca Juniors Atlas 0–3 21 May 2008 Thiago Neves Fluminense LDU 3–1 2 July 2008 Jackson Martínez DIM Peñarol 4–0 28 January 2009 Mauro Boselli Estudiantes LP D Quito 4–0 19 March 2009 Mauro Boselli Estudiantes LP Aurich 5–1 11 February 2010 Wilmer Aguirre Alianza Lima Estudiantes LP 4–1 18 February 2010 Thiago Ribeiro Cruzeiro Nacional 3–1 29 April 2010 Rodrigo López Estudiantes LP Guarani (PAR) 5–1 17 March 2011 Junior Fernández U de Chile Godoy Cruz 5–1 22 February 2012 Neymar Santos Inter PA 3–1 7 March 2012 Leandro Caruso Godoy Cruz A Nacional 4–4 8 March 2012 Leandro Damiao Inter PA The Strongest 5–0 13 March 2012 Matías Alustiza 4 D Quito Guadalajara 5–0 17 April 2012 Bernard A Mineiro Arsenal S 2–5 26 February 2013 Rogerio Leichtweis D Tolima Real Garcilaso 0–3 2 April 2013 Braian Rodríguez Huachipato Caracas 0–4 3 April 2013 Jô A Mineiro São Paulo 4–1 8 May 2013 Wallyson Botafogo D Quito 4–0 5 February 2014 Ricardo Goulart Cruzeiro U de Chile 5–1 25 February 2014 Daniel Angulo 4 Independiente del Valle Unión Española 4–5 4 April 2014 Gustavo Bou Racing Club D Táchira 0–5 17 February 2015 Gustavo Bou Racing Club Guarani (PAR) 4–1 24 February 2015 Guido Carrillo Estudiantes LP Barcelona SC 3–0 25 February 2015 Wilson Morelo Independiente SF Colo Colo 3–1 26 February 2015 Enrique Esqueda UANL Aurich 4–5 15 April 2015 Juan Carlos Arce Bolivar D Cali 5–0 3 March 2016 Marco Ruben Rosario C River Plate (URU) 4–1 9 March 2016 Jonathan Calleri 4 São Paulo Trujillanos 6–0 5 April 2016 Pablo Escobar The Strongest Unión Española 5–0 23 February 2017 Fred 4 A Mineiro Sport Boys (BOL) 5–2 13 April 2017 Lucas Barrios Gremio Guarani (PAR) 4–1 27 April 2017 Ignacio Scocco 5 River Plate Wilstermann 8–0 21 September 2017 Lautaro Martínez Racing Club Cruzeiro 4–2 27 February 2018 Ayron del Valle Millonarios D Lara 4–0 17 April 2018 Jádson Corinthians D Lara 2–7 7 May 2018 Miguel Borja Palmeiras Atlético Junior 3–1 16 May 2018 Adrián Martínez Libertad The Strongest 5–1 13 February 2019 Patricio Rubio 4 U Concepcion Sporting Cristal 5–4 6 March 2019 Marco Ruben A Paranaense Boca Juniors 3–0 2 April 2019 Fred Cruzeiro Huracán 4–0 10 April 2019 Anderson Julio LDU San José 4–0 8 May 2019 Luiz Adriano Palmeiras Guaraní (PAR) 3–1 10 March 2020 Carmelo Valencia Atlético Junior Independiente del Valle 4–1 22 September 2020 Rafael Santos Borré River Plate Nacional 2–6 17 December 2020 Diego Souza Gremio Ayacucho 6–1 10 March 2021 Brian Montenegro Independiente del Valle Unión Española 6–2 16 March 2021 Gonzalo Bergessio Nacional A Nacional 4–4 28 Apríl 2021 Rafael Navarro 4 Palmeiras Independiente Petrolero 8–1 12 April 2022 Sebastián Rodríguez Emelec Táchira 1–4 3 May 2022 Raphael Veiga Palmeiras Independiente Petrolero 0–5 3 May 2022 Gustavo Scarpa Palmeiras Táchira 4–0 24 May 2022 Julián Álvarez 6 River Plate Alianza Lima 8–1 25 May 2022 Pedro 4 Flamengo Tolima 7–1 6 July 2022 Pedro Flamengo Vélez Sarsfield 0–4 31 August 2022 Dorlan Pabón Atlético Nacional Melgar 3–1 20 April 2023 Germán Cano Fluminense River Plate 5–1 2 May 2023 Other goalscoring records [ edit ] The fastest goal ever scored in the tournament was by Alianza Lima ‘s Félix Suárez , who scored in 6 seconds against Santa Fe on 4 April 1976. [7] [8] The most goals scored by a single player in a match is six by Juan Carlos Sánchez , in Club Blooming ‘s 8–0 victory over Deportivo Italia on 7 April 1985, and Julián Álvarez , in River Plate ‘s 8–1 victory over Alianza Lima on 25 May 2022. The youngest player to ever score in the tournament was Endrick , aged 16 years and 322 days when he scored for Palmeiras against Barcelona on 7 June 2023. [9] Other records [ edit ] Alejandro Bernal saw the fastest ever red card in a Libertadores match, being sent off after 22 seconds for Atlético Nacional against Nacional on 11 March 2014. Most finals victories [ edit ] Francisco Sá is the only player to win the tournament six times; he won four titles with Independiente ( 1972 , 1973 , 1974 and 1975 ) and two with Boca Juniors ( 1977 and 1978 ). Most finals defeats [ edit ] Antony de Ávila holds the unenviable record of appearing in five finals and losing in all five; four during his time at América de Cali ( 1985 , 1986 , 1987 and 1996 ) and one with Barcelona ( 1998 ). Awards [ edit ] From 1999 to 2007, Toyota , the main sponsor of the tournament, awarded the best player of the finals. However, in 2008, the company decided to recognise the manager, understanding that they are the main ones responsible for leading the entire team towards victory, combining concepts of reading the game, training, setting goals and strategy, until the final whistle. [10] The last Toyota award was given to Renato Portaluppi in the 2017 edition. Besides the Toyota Awards, from 2008 to 2012, Banco Santander was the main sponsor of the tournament and elected the best player of the competition; the players awarded were Joffre Guerrón in 2008 , [11] Juan Sebastián Verón in 2009 , [12] Giuliano in 2010 , [13] Neymar in 2011 [14] and Emerson in 2012 . [15] Players [ edit ] Toyota Award Year Player Club 1999 Marcos Palmeiras 2000 Óscar Córdoba Boca Juniors 2001 Juan Román Riquelme Boca Juniors 2002 Sergio Órteman Olimpia 2003 Carlos Tevez Boca Juniors 2004 Jhon Viáfara Once Caldas 2005 Amoroso São Paulo 2006 Fernandão Internacional 2007 Juan Román Riquelme Boca Juniors Santander Award Year Player Club 2008 Joffre Guerrón LDU Quito 2009 Juan Sebastián Verón Estudiantes 2010 Giuliano Internacional 2011 Neymar Santos 2012 Emerson Corinthians Bridgestone Award Year Player Club 2013 Victor Atlético Mineiro 2014 Néstor Ortigoza San Lorenzo 2015 Joffre Guerrón Tigres UANL 2016 Alejandro Guerra Atlético Nacional 2017 Luan Grêmio 2018 Gonzalo Martínez River Plate Bridgestone Ring Award Year Player Club 2019 Bruno Henrique Flamengo 2020 Marinho Santos 2021 Gabriel Barbosa Flamengo 2022 Pedro Flamengo Managers [ edit ] Year Manager Club 2008 Edgardo Bauza LDU Quito 2009 Alejandro Sabella Estudiantes 2010 Celso Roth Internacional 2011 Muricy Ramalho Santos 2012 Tite Corinthians 2013 Cuca Atlético Mineiro 2014 Edgardo Bauza San Lorenzo 2015 Marcelo Gallardo River Plate 2016 Reinaldo Rueda Atlético Nacional 2017 Renato Portaluppi Grêmio 2018 Marcelo Gallardo River Plate 2019 Jorge Jesus Flamengo 2020 Abel Ferreira Palmeiras 2021 Abel Ferreira Palmeiras 2022 Dorival Júnior Flamengo Coaches [ edit ] Main article: List of Copa Libertadores winning managers Records [ edit ] Carlos Bianchi is the only manager to win the Copa Libertadores four times: once with Vélez Sársfield in 1994 , and thrice with Boca Juniors in 2000 , 2001 and 2003 . Carlos Bianchi is the only coach to manage five finalists: Vélez Sársfield in 1994 and Boca Juniors in 2000 , 2001 , 2003 and 2004 . Four managers have won the tournament with two clubs: Carlos Bianchi with Vélez Sársfield in 1994 and Boca Juniors in 2000 , 2001 and 2003 Luiz Felipe Scolari with Grêmio in 1995 and Palmeiras in 1999 Paulo Autuori with Cruzeiro in 1997 and São Paulo in 2005 Edgardo Bauza with LDU Quito in 2008 and San Lorenzo in 2014 Eight individuals have won the Copa Libertadores as a player, then later as a manager: Humberto Maschio won as a player in 1967 with Racing and then as a manager in 1973 with Independiente . Roberto Ferreiro won as a player in 1964 and 1965 and then as a manager 1974 , both with Independiente . Juan Martín Mujica won as a player in 1971 and then as a manager in 1980 , both with Nacional . Luis Cubilla won as a player in 1960 and 1961 with Peñarol and 1971 with Nacional and then as a manager with Olimpia in 1979 and 1990 . José Omar Pastoriza won as a player in 1972 and then as a manager 1984 , both with Independiente . Nery Pumpido won as a player in 1986 with River Plate and then as a manager in 2002 with Olimpia . Marcelo Gallardo won as a player in 1996 and then as a manager in 2015 and 2018 , both times with River Plate . Renato Portaluppi won as a player in 1983 and then as a manager in 2017 , both times with Grêmio . Three non-South American managers have won the Copa Libertadores: Mirko Jozić (a Yugoslav at the time) with Colo-Colo in 1991 Jorge Jesus ( Portuguese ) with Flamengo in 2019 Abel Ferreira ( Portuguese ) with Palmeiras in 2020 and 2021 Locales [ edit ] Countries [ edit ] Argentina has provided the most titles, with 25 titles won by seven different clubs Brazil has the highest number of different winning clubs, with eleven. They have also provided the highest number of different finalists with twelve, and the highest number of different participating clubs, with 27. On six occasions have two clubs from the same country played each other in the finals, five of them involving Brazilian clubs and one of them involving Argentinian clubs: São Paulo vs. Atlético Paranaense in 2005 Internacional vs. São Paulo in 2006 River Plate vs. Boca Juniors in 2018 Palmeiras vs. Santos in 2020 Palmeiras vs. Flamengo in 2021 Flamengo vs. Athletico in 2022 Teams from Bolivia , Peru , Venezuela and Mexico have never won the tournament. Teams from Bolivia and Venezuela have yet to provide a finalist. Cities [ edit ] The most successful city in the history of the Copa Libertadores is Buenos Aires , which has seen a record five clubs win thirteen total titles. Fifteen cities have hosted a trophy ceremony. São Paulo has hosted the highest number of trophy ceremonies, with ten ceremonies held in three different stadiums. Stadiums [ edit ] As of the end of 2005, 121 stadiums have been used to host Copa Libertadores matches. Estadio Centenario in Montevideo , Uruguay has held the most with 352 matches. Estadio Nacional in Santiago , Chile has hosted a record eight trophy ceremonies. Three stadiums have hosted matches with attendances in excess of 100,000: 115,000 spectators saw Cruz Azul defeat River Plate 3–0 in a quarter-final match at the Estadio Azteca in 2001 . 106,853 spectators saw Cruzeiro defeat Sporting Cristal 1–0 in a finals match at the Estadio Mineirão in 1997 . 105,000 spectators saw São Paulo defeat Newell’s Old Boys 1–0 in a semi-final match at the Estádio do Morumbi in 1992 . A record twenty-five stadiums in Brazil have been used to host matches. In 1991 , América de Cali and Atlético Nacional played five home matches at the Miami Orange Bowl in Miami , Florida , United States , after their home stadiums were banned. This was the only time a stadium outside of South America or Mexico was ever used until 2018. In 2018 , River Plate became champions after defeating Boca Juniors at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid , for the second leg of the finals. This happened because of problems arranging a reschedule for the match, after crowd incidents before match that was supposed to be played at River Plate ‘s stadium, the Estadio Monumental . This marked the only time a Copa Libertadores champion lifted the trophy outside of the Americas, and the first time in Europe. In 2019 , Flamengo defeated River Plate and became the first champion in a single match final; the Estadio Monumental in Lima held the match, after the final was moved from Santiago . See also [ edit ] List of Copa Libertadores finals List of Supercopa Libertadores finals List of Copa Sudamericana finals List of Copa Libertadores winning players List of Copa Libertadores winning managers References [ edit ] ^ “Copa Libertadores » All-time league table” . 15 April 2023. ^ “Conmebol Ranking of the Copa Libertadores” . CONMEBOL.com . Retrieved 6 June 2016 . ^ “RANKING DE CLUBES DE LA CONMEBOL 2021 SISTEMA DE PUNTAJE” (PDF) . CONMEBOL.com . Archived from the original (PDF) on 2 February 2021 . Retrieved 17 December 2021 . ^ “Ranking de clubes de la CONMEBOL 2024” [2024 CONMEBOL clubs ranking] (PDF) . CONMEBOL. 18 December 2023 . Retrieved 18 December 2023 . ^ “Ever Almeida’s matches in Copa Libertadores” . Rsssf.com . Retrieved 6 June 2016 . ^ (in Spanish) Ases del Mundo: Alberto Spencer Archived 27 March 2010 at the Wayback Machine ^ “CRUZEIRO CAMPEÓN” . Conmebol.com. 2010 . Retrieved 23 February 2010 . [ permanent dead link ] ^ “Alianza – Estudiantes: Rápido, histórico y letal” . Dechalaca.com. 2010 . Retrieved 25 February 2010 . ^ “Endrick sets new scoring record in Copa Libertadores” . Tribuna . 8 June 2023 . Retrieved 8 June 2023 . ^ “Toyota entrega híbrido Prius para Renato Gaúcho, melhor técnico da Libertadores 2017” . toyotaimprensa.com.br/ . Retrieved 5 March 2018 . ^ “Guerrón es el mejor jugador de la Copa Libertadores 2008” . ultimahora.com/ . Retrieved 24 November 2008 . ^ “Verón, elegido mejor jugador de Copa Libertadores 2009” . mediotiempo.com/ . 26 November 2009 . Retrieved 26 November 2009 . ^ “Giuliano, mejor jugador de la Libertadores 2010” . elespectador.com/ . Retrieved 24 November 2010 . ^ “Neymar recibe el premio al mejor jugador de la Copa Libertadores” . emol.com/ . Retrieved 24 November 2011 . ^ “Emerson Sheik (Corinthians) recibe el trofeo Banco Santander como Mejor Jugador de la Copa Libertadores 2012″ . europapress.es/ . 26 November 2012 . Retrieved 26 November 2012 . 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