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Bolivia 2. Bosnia and Herzegovina 5. Botswana 1. Botswana Premier League. Brazil Bulgaria Burkina Faso 1.
Burkinabe Premier League. Burundi 1. Burundi Premier League. Cambodia 1. Cambodian League. Cameroon 1.
Elite One. Canada 4. Chile 5. China 3. Colombia 3. Congo 1. Congo Premier League. Congo DR 1. Super League. Costa Rica 2. Croatia HNL West 3. HNL South 3.
HNL East 3. HNL North 3. Cuba 1. Cuban Primera Division. Curacao 1. Curacao Prome Divishon. Cyprus 4. First Division Second Division 3.
Division Cypriot Cup. Czech Republic First League FNL 3. Liga Division A Czech Cup 4. Liga Division B 4.
Liga Division C 4. Liga Division E 4. Liga Division D 4. Liga Division F 1. Liga Women 1. Liga U19 U21 Youth League.
Denmark Dominican Republic 1. Liga Mayor. Ecuador 2. Egypt 3. El Salvador 2. Salvadoran Primera Division Reserve League. England Estonia Ethiopia 1.
Ethiopia Premier League. Europe 7. Faroe Islands 5. Faroe Islands Premier League 1. Deild 1. Deild Women 2. Deild Faroe Islands Cup.
Fiji 1. National Football League. Finland 8. France FYR Macedonia 3. Gabon 1. Championnat D1. Gambia 1. GFA League. Georgia 4.
Germany Ghana 1. Ghana Premier League. Gibraltar 2. Premier Division Gibraltar Cup. Greece Grenada 1. GFA Premier League.
Guadeloupe 1. Guadeloupe Division of Honor. Guatemala 2. Haiti 1. Ligue Haitienne. Honduras 1. Liga Nacional de Futbol Profesional de Honduras.
Hong Kong 4. Hungary 5. Iceland Urvalsdeild 1. Deild 2. Deild 3. Deild 4. India 6. Indonesia 4. International Iran 3. Iraq 1. Iraqi Premier League.
Israel 7. Italy Ivory Coast 1. Ivory Coast Ligue 1. Jamaica 1. Jamaica National Premier League. Japan Jordan 2.
Jordanian Pro League Division 1. Kazakhstan 3. Kenya 2. Kosovo 2. Superleague of Kosovo Kosovar Cup. Kuwait 3. Kyrgyzstan 1. Top Liga.
Laos 1. Laos Premier League. Latvia 3. Virsliga 1. Liga Latvian Cup. Lebanon 1. Lebanese Premier League. Lesotho 1. Lesotho Premier League.
Libya 1. Libyan Premier League. Liechtenstein 1. Lithuania 5. Luxembourg 2. National Division Division of Honour. Macau 1. Liga de Elite. Malaysia 3.
Maldives 1. Dhivehi Premier League. Mali 1. Premiere Division. Flamengo were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Racing in the round of The tournament was suspended after group stage matchday 2 due to the COVID pandemic , and resumed on 15 September , with the final rescheduled to be played on 30 January The entry stage is determined as follows: .
The schedule of the competition is as follows. For the first stage, the six teams were drawn into three ties E1—E3 , with the teams from Pot 1 hosting the second leg.
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 allocated to 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.
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.
As their identity was not known at the time of the draw, they could be drawn into the same tie with another team from the same association. 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 whose identity was not known at the time of the draw, and could be drawn into the same group with another team from the same association.
In the qualifying stages, each tie is played on a home-and-away two-legged basis. If tied on aggregate, the away goals rule will be used.
If still tied, extra time will not be played, and the penalty shoot-out will be used to determine the winner Regulations Article 2.
The two best teams eliminated in the third stage entered the Copa Sudamericana second stage. Only matches in the third stage were considered for the ranking of teams.
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. The winners and runners-up of each group advanced to the round of 16 of the final stages.
The third-placed teams of each group entered the Copa Sudamericana second stage. Starting from the round of 16, the teams play a single-elimination tournament with the following rules: .
The winners and runners-up of each of the eight groups in the group stage advanced to the round of Starting from the round of 16, the teams are seeded according to their results in the group stage, with the group winners Pot 1 seeded 1—8, and the group runners-up Pot 2 seeded 9— Source: Worldfootball.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Matchday 1: 3—5 March Matchday 2: 10—12 March Matchday 3: 15—17 September originally 17—19 March Matchday 4: 22—24 September originally 7—9 April Matchday 5: 29 September — 1 October originally 21—23 April Matchday 6: 20—22 October originally 5—7 May Athletico Paranaense.
Porto Alegre. Cerro Largo. Quito Metro Area teams Ind. BOL The identity of the team Bolivia 2 was not known at the time of the draw, and was seeded in Pot 4.
Main article: Copa Libertadores qualifying stages. Main article: Copa Libertadores group stage. Main article: Copa Libertadores final stages.
The decade ended on a high note when Palmeiras and Deportivo Cali, both runners-up in the competition before, vied to become winners for the first time in The final was a dramatic back-and-forth match that went into penalties.
This decade proved to be a major turning point in the history of the competition as the Copa Libertadores went through a great deal of growth and change.
Having long been dominated by teams from Argentina, Brazil began to overshadow their neighbors as their clubs reached eight finals and won six titles in the s.
During the Copa Libertadores , Boca Juniors returned to the top of the continent and raised the Copa Libertadores again after 22 years.
Like their predecessors from the late s however, Boca Juniors would fall short of winning three consecutive titles. As with Juan Carlos Lorenzo 's men, the Xeneizes became frustrated as they were eliminated by Olimpia, this time during the quarterfinals.
Boca Juniors once again found talent in their ranks to fill the gap left by the very successful group of — with upcoming stars Rolando Schiavi , Roberto Abbondanzieri and Carlos Tevez.
Boca Juniors and Santos would eventually meet in a rematch of the final; Boca avenged the loss by defeating Santos in both legs of the final.
Boca reached their fourth final in five tournaments in but was beaten by surprise-outfit Once Caldas of Colombia, ending Boca's dream generation.
However, it was not to be as Boca Juniors, reinforced by aging but still-capable players, came away with the trophy to win their sixth title.
In the tournament severed its relationship with Toyota. Grupo Santander , one of the largest banks in the world, became the sponsor of the Copa Libertadores, and thus the official name changed to Copa Santander Libertadores.
Goalkeeper Jose Francisco Cevallos played a key role, saving three penalties in the final shootout in what is considered one of the best ever final series in the competition's history.
The biggest resurgence of the decade happened in the 50th edition of the Copa Libertadores and it was won by a former power that has reinvented itself.
The pincharatas managed to emulate their predecessors by defeating Cruzeiro 2—1 on the return leg in Belo Horizonte. In , a spell of the competition only being won by Brazilian clubs for four years began with Internacional defeating Guadalajara.
It was Corinthians' first title. The Brazilian spell ended with San Lorenzo's first title, beating Nacional of Paraguay in the finals. Another Argentine team, River Plate , won its third title in But Atletico Nacional stopped this new trend, by beating Ecuador's Independiente del Valle 2—1 on aggregate.
In , River Plate went on to beat their archrivals Boca Juniors 3—1 in a return leg at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid , Spain, for the very first time in history due to the lack of security in Buenos Aires.
On 23 November , Flamengo won the Libertadores after beating the reigning champions River Plate 2—1 with two late goals by Gabriel Barbosa.
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.
Since , the winner of the Copa Sudamericana has qualified automatically for the following Copa Libertadores.
For the edition , the different stages of the competition were contested by the following teams: .
The winners of the previous season's Copa Libertadores are given an additional entry 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.
Unlike most other competitions around the world, the Copa Libertadores historically did not use extra time , or away goals.
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. From 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.
The current tournament features 47 clubs competing over a six- to eight-month period. There are three stages: the first stage, the second stage and the knockout stage.
The first stage involves 12 clubs in a series of two-legged knockout ties. 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.
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.
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: .
That amount is derived from television rights and stadium advertising. 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 project normally starts after the club win one's 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. The tournament is highly regarded among its participants.
In , 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,  and dispute their own national league.
Since its inception in , 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 The first club from a country with a Pacific coast to reach a final was Universitario of Lima , Peru , who lost in against Independiente of Argentina.
Atletico Nacional of Colombia earned their second title in Particular mockery was used from Argentinian teams to Chilean teams for never having obtained the Copa Libertadores, so after Colo-Colo 's triumph in a new phrase saying "la copa se mira y se toca" Spanish: The Cup is seen and touched was implemented in Chile.
The tournament attracts television audiences beyond South America , Mexico , and Spain. Matches are broadcast in over countries, with commentary in more than 30 languages, and thus the Copa is often considered as one of the most watched sports events on TV;  Fox Sports , for example, reaches more than 25 million households in the Americas.
From to , the competition had a single main sponsor for naming rights. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. South American association football tournament for clubs.
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See also: Historical table of the Copa Libertadores. Main article: List of Copa Libertadores finals. Alberto Spencer scored 54 goals, a record that still stands today.
Daniel Onega scored a record 17 goals in a season during the tournament. Main article: List of Copa Libertadores top scorers.
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