Copa Libertadores

Copa Libertadores de América

CONFEDERATION: CONMEBOL   PARTICIPANTS: 32   FIRST EDITION: 1960
MOST TITLES: Independiente de Avellaneda   CURRENT CHAMPION: San Lorenzo
PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES
Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Mexico Paraguay Peru Uruguay Veneuela
CONMEBOL
 
Most Titles
Independiente
C.A.I.
7 Titles
Boca Juniors
Boca
6 Titles
Peñarol
Peñarol
5 Titles
Estudiantes
Estudiantes
4 Titles
Nacional
Nacional
3 Titles
World Cup
Most Goals
Alberto Spencer (ECU)
SPENCER
54 Goals
Fernando Morena (URY)
MORENA
37 Goals
Pedro Rocha (URY)
ROCHA
36 Goals
Daniel Onega (ARG)
ONEGA
31 Goals
Julio Morales (URY)
MORALES
30 Goals

HISTORY

2015
CHAMPION: River Plate
TOP SCORER: Gustavo Bou (8 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Joffre Guerrón
San Lorenzo
3rd Title
2014
CHAMPION: San Lorenzo
TOP SCORER: 2 (5 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Nicolás Olivera
San Lorenzo
1st Title
2013
CHAMPION: Atletico Mineiro
TOP SCORER: Jô (7 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Ronaldinho
Atletico Mineiro
1st Title
2012
CHAMPION: Corinthians
TOP SCORER: 2 (8 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Emerson
Corinthians
1st Title
2011
CHAMPION: Santos
TOP SCORER: 2 (7 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Neymar
Santos
3rd Title
2010
CHAMPION: Internacional
TOP SCORER: Thiago Ribeiro (8 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Giuliano
Internacional
2nd Title
2009
CHAMPION: Estudiantes
TOP SCORER: Mauro Boselli (8 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Juan Sebastian Verón
Estudiantes
4th Title
2008
CHAMPION: Liga de Quito
TOP SCORER: 2 (8 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Joffre Guerrón
Liga de Quito
1st Title
2007
CHAMPION: Boca Juniors
TOP SCORER: S. Cabañas (8 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Juan Román Riquelme
Boca Juniors
6th Title
2006
CHAMPION: Internacional
TOP SCORER: 14 (5 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Sao Paulo
Internacional
1st Title
2005
CHAMPION: Sao Paulo
TOP SCORER: S. Salcedo (9 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Atlético Paranaense
Sao Paulo
3rd Title
2004
CHAMPION: Once Caldas
TOP SCORER: Luis Fabiano (8 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Boca Juniors
Once Caldas
1st Title
2003
CHAMPION: Boca Juniors
TOP SCORER: 2 (9 Goals)
BEST PLAYER: Carlos Tevez
Boca Juniors
5th Title
2002
CHAMPION: Olimpia
TOP SCORER: R. Mendes (10 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Sao Caetano
Olimpia
3rd Title
2001
CHAMPION: Boca Juniors
TOP SCORER: Lopes (7 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Cruz Azul
Boca Juniors
4th Title
2000
CHAMPION: Boca Juniors
TOP SCORER: Luizão (14 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Palmeiras
Boca Juniors
3rd Title
1999
CHAMPION: Palmeiras
TOP SCORER: 6 (6 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Deportivo Cali
Palmeiras
1st Title
1998
CHAMPION: Vasco Da Gama
TOP SCORER: Sérgio João (10 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Barcelona Guayaquil
Vasco Da Gama
1st Title
1997
CHAMPION: Cruzeiro
TOP SCORER: Alberto Acosta (11 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Sporting Cristal
Cruzeiro
2nd Title
1996
CHAMPION: River Plate
TOP SCORER: A. De Ávila (11 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: América de Cali
River Plate
2nd Title
1995
CHAMPION: Gremio
TOP SCORER: Jardel (12 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Atletico Nacional
Gremio
2nd Title
1994
CHAMPION: Velez Sarfield
TOP SCORER: Stalin Rivas (7 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Sao Paulo
Velez Sarfield
1st Title
1993
CHAMPION: Sao Paulo
TOP SCORER: Juan Almada (9 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Universidad Catolica
Sao Paulo
2nd Title
1992
CHAMPION: Sao Paulo
TOP SCORER: Palhinha (7 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Newell's Old Boys
Atletico Mineiro
1st Title
1991
CHAMPION: Colo Colo
TOP SCORER: Gaúcho (8 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Olimpia
Colo Colo
1st Title
1990
CHAMPION: Olimpia
TOP SCORER: A. Samaniego (7 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Barcelona Guayaquil
Olimpia
2nd Title
1989
CHAMPION: Atletico Nacional
TOP SCORER: 2 (10 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Olimpia
Atletico Nacional
1st Title
1988
CHAMPION: Nacional
TOP SCORER: Célio Alves (6 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Newell's Old Boys
Nacional
3rd Title
1987
CHAMPION: Peñarol
TOP SCORER: Ricardo Gareca (7 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: America de Cali
Peñarol
5th Title
1986
CHAMPION: River Plate
TOP SCORER: J. De Lima (9 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: America de Cali
River Plate
1st Title
1985
CHAMPION: Argentinos Juniors
TOP SCORER: J. Sanchez (11 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: America de Cali
Nacional
1st Title
1984
CHAMPION: Independiente
TOP SCORER: Tita (8 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Gremio
Independiente de Avellaneda
7th Title
1983
CHAMPION: Gremio
TOP SCORER: A. Luzardo (8 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Peñarol
Gremio
1st Title
1982
CHAMPION: Peñarol
TOP SCORER: F. Morena (7 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Cobreloa
Peñarol
4th Title
1981
CHAMPION: Flamengo
TOP SCORER: Zico (11 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Cobreloa
Flamengo
1st Title
1980
CHAMPION: Nacional
TOP SCORER: W. Victorino (6 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Internacional
Nacional
2nd Title
1979
CHAMPION: Olimpia
TOP SCORER: 2 (6 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Boca Juniors
Olimpia
1st Title
1978
CHAMPION: Boca Juniors
TOP SCORER: 2 (8 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Deportivo Cali
Boca Juniors
2nd Title
1977
CHAMPION: Boca Juniors
TOP SCORER: Néstor Scotta (5 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Cruzeiro
Boca Juniors
1st Title
1976
CHAMPION: Cruzeiro
TOP SCORER: Palhinha (13 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: River Plate
Cruzeiro
1st Title
1975
CHAMPION: Independiente
TOP SCORER: 2 (8 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Unión Española
Independiente
6th Title
1974
CHAMPION: Independiente
TOP SCORER: 3 (7 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Sao Paulo
Independiente
5th Title
1973
CHAMPION: Independiente
TOP SCORER: Carlos Caszely (9 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Colo Colo
Independiente
4th Title
1972
CHAMPION: Independiente
TOP SCORER: 4 (6 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Universitario
Independiente
3rd Title
1971
CHAMPION: Nacional
TOP SCORER: 2 (10 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Estudiantes
Nacional
1st Title
1970
CHAMPION: Estudiantes
TOP SCORER: 2 (9 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Peñarol
Estudiantes
3rd Title
1969
CHAMPION: Estudiantes
TOP SCORER: Alberto Ferrero (8 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Nacional
Estudiantes
2nd Title
1968
CHAMPION: Estudiantes
TOP SCORER: Tupazinho (11 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Palmeiras
Estudiantes
1st Title
1967
CHAMPION: Racing Club
TOP SCORER: N. Raffo (14 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Nacional
Racing Club
1st Title
1966
CHAMPION: Peñarol
TOP SCORER: Daniel Ortega (17 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: River Plate
Peñarol
3rd Title
1965
CHAMPION: Independiente
TOP SCORER: Pele (9 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Peñarol
Independiente
2nd Title
1964
CHAMPION: Independiente
TOP SCORER: 2 (6 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Nacional
Independiente
1st Title
1963
CHAMPION: Santos
TOP SCORER: J. Sanfilippo (7 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Boca Juniors
Santos
2nd Title
1962
CHAMPION: Santos
TOP SCORER: 3 (6 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Peñarol
Santos
1st Title
1961
CHAMPION: Peñarol
TOP SCORER: O. Panzutto (4 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Palmeiras
Peñarol
2nd Title
1960
CHAMPION: Peñarol
TOP SCORER: Alberto Spencer (7 Goals)
RUNNER-UP: Olimpia
Peñarol
1st Title