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Trophy consisting of a wooden base, with shaped into a silver ball at the top, amongsst other trophies.
The Copa Libertadores trophy, awarded to the winner of the competition.

The Copa Libertadores is a seasonal association football competition that was established in 1960. It begins in mid-February and ends with the final in June or July of the same year. The Copa Libertadores is open to the league champions of Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol (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, during the 1970s, this was changed to allow the runners-up of the stronger leagues to compete.[1] The finals are contested over two legs, one at each participating club's stadium. Peñarol won the inaugural competition in 1960, defeating Olimpia.

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 it four times 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. Peñarol and América de Cali have lost the most finals; each team has lost the final on four separate occasions.[2] Overall, 22 different clubs have won the competition since its inception in 1960. Clubs from Argentina have won the most Copas Libertadores, with 21 wins among them. Brazilian teams are second with 13 victories, and Uruguayan clubs are third with 8 victories.[1]

Contents

Key

Match went to extra time
* Match decided by a penalty shootout
Italics Indicates the winner in two-legged finals
Year Each link is the relevant Copa Libertadores article for that year

Finals

Year Country Home team Score Away team Country Venue Location Refs
1960  URU Peñarol 1–0 Olimpia  PAR Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay [3]
 PAR Olimpia 1–1 Peñarol  URU Estadio de Puerto Sajonia Asunción, Paraguay
Peñarol won 3–1 on points
1961  URU Peñarol 1–0 Palmeiras  BRA Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay [3]
 BRA Palmeiras 1–1 Peñarol  URU Estádio do Pacaembu São Paulo, Brazil
Peñarol won 3–1 on points
1962  URU Peñarol 1–2 Santos  BRA Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay [4]
 BRA Santos 2–3 Peñarol  URU Estádio Vila Belmiro Santos, Brazil
2–2 on points; Santos won playoff 3–0 at El Mounmental
1963  BRA Santos 3–2 Boca Juniors  ARG Estádio Vila Belmiro Santos, Brazil [4]
 ARG Boca Juniors 1–2 Santos  BRA La Bombonera Buenos Aires, Argentina
Santos won 4–0 on points
1964  URU Nacional 0–0 Independiente  ARG Parque Central Montevideo, Uruguay [5]
 ARG Independiete 1–0 Nacional  URU La Doble Visera Avellaneda, Argentina
Independiete won 3–1 on points
1965  ARG Independiente 1–0 Peñarol  URU La Doble Visera Avellaneda, Argentina [5]
 URU Peñarol 1–0 Independiente  ARG Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay
2–2 on points; Independiete won playoff 4–1
1966  URU Peñarol 2–0 River Plate  ARG Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay [3]
 ARG River Plate 3–2 Peñarol  URU El Monumental Buenos Aires, Argentina
2–2 on points; Peñarol won playoff 4–2 †
1967  ARG Racing Club 0–0 Nacional  URU Estadio Juan D. Perón Avellaneda, Argentina [6]
 URU Nacional 0–0 Racing Club  ARG Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay
2–2 on points; Racing Club won playoff 2–1 at Estadio Nacional
1968  ARG Estudiantes L.P. 2–1 Palmeiras  BRA Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi La Plata, Argentina [7]
 BRA Palmeiras 3–1 Estudiantes L.P.  ARG Estádio do Pacaembu São Paulo, Brazil
2–2 on points; Estudiantes L.P. won playoff 2–0 at Estadio Centenario
1969  URU Nacional 0–1 Estudiantes L.P.  ARG Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay [7]
 ARG Estudiantes L.P. 2–0 Nacional  URU Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi La Plata, Argentina
Estudiantes L.P. won 4–0 on points
1970  ARG Estudiantes L.P. 1–0 Peñarol  URU Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi La Plata, Argentina [7]
 URU Peñarol 0–0 Estudiantes L.P.  ARG Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay
Estudiantes L.P. won 3–1 on points
1971  ARG Estudiantes L.P. 1–0 Nacional  URU Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi La Plata, Argentina [8]
 URU Nacional 0–1 Estudiantes L.P.  ARG Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay
2–2 on points; Nacional won playoff 3–1 at Estadio Nacional
1972  PER Universitario 0–0 Independiente  ARG Estadio Nacional Lima, Peru [5]
 ARG Independiente 2–1 Universitario  PER Doble Visera Avellaneda, Argentina
Independiente won 3–1 on points
1973  ARG Independiente 1–1 Colo-Colo  CHI Doble Visera Avellaneda, Argentina [5]
 CHI Colo-Colo 0–0 Independiente  ARG Estadio Nacional Santiago, Chile
2–2 on points; Independiente won playoff 2–1 at Estadio Centenario †
1974  BRA São Paulo 2–1 Independiente  ARG Estádio do Pacaembu São Paulo, Brazil [5]
 ARG Independiente 2–0 São Paulo  BRA Doble Visera Avellaneda, Argentina
2–2 on points; Independiente won playoff 1–0 at Estadio Nacional
1975  CHI Unión Española 1–0 Independiente  ARG Estadio Nacional Santiago, Chile [5]
 ARG Independiente 3–1 Unión Española  CHI Doble Visera Avellaneda, Argentina
2–2 on points; Independiente won playoff 2–0 at Estadio Defensores del Chaco
1976  BRA Cruzeiro 4–1 River Plate  ARG Estádio Mineirão Belo Horizonte, Brazil [9]
 ARG River Plate 2–1 Cruzeiro  BRA El Monumental Buenos Aires, Argentina
2–2 on points; Cruzeiro won playoff 3–2 at Estadio Nacional
1977  ARG Boca Juniors 1–0 Cruzeiro  BRA La Bombonera Buenos Aires, Argentina [10]
 BRA Cruzeiro 1–0 Boca Juniors  ARG Estádio Mineirão Belo Horizonte, Brazil
2–2 on points; playoff 0–0, Boca Juniors won 5–4 in a penalty shootout at Estadio Centenario *
1978  COL Deportivo Cali 0–0 Boca Juniors  ARG Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero Santiago de Cali, Colombia [10]
 ARG Boca Juniors 4–0 Deportivo Cali  COL La Bombonera Buenos Aires, Argentina
Boca Juniors won 3–1 on points
1979  PAR Olimpia 2–0 Boca Juniors  ARG Estadio Defensores del Chaco Asunción, Paraguay [11]
 ARG Boca Juniors 0–0 Olimpia  PAR La Bombonera Buenos Aires, Argentina
Olimpia won 3–1 on points
1980  BRA Internacional 0–0 Nacional  URU Estádio Beira-Rio Porto Alegre, Brazil [8]
 URU Nacional 1–0 Internacional  BRA Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay
Nacional won 3–1 on points
1981  BRA Flamengo 2–1 Cobreloa  CHI Estádio do Maracanã Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [12]
 CHI Cobreloa 1–0 Flamengo  BRA Estadio Nacional Santiago, Chile
2–2 on points; Flamengo won playoff 2–0 at Estadio Centenario
1982  URU Peñarol 0–0 Cobreloa  CHI Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay [3]
 CHI Cobreloa 1–0 Peñarol  URU Estadio Nacional Santiago, Chile
Peñarol won 3–1 on points
1983  URU Peñarol 1–1 Grêmio  BRA Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay [13]
 BRA Grêmio 2–1 Peñarol  URU Estádio Olímpico Porto Alegre, Brazil
Grêmio won 3–1 on points
1984  BRA Grêmio 0–1 Independiente  ARG Estádio Olímpico Porto Alegre, Brazil [5]
 ARG Independiente 0–0 Grêmio  BRA Doble Visera Avellaneda, Argentina
Independiente won 3–1 on points
1985  ARG Argentinos 1–0 América de Cali  COL Doble Visera Avellaneda, Argentina [14]
 COL América de Cali 1–0 Argetinos  ARG Estadio Olimpico Santiago de Cali, Colombia
2–2 on points; playoff 1–1, Argentinos won 5–4 in a penalty shootout at Estadio Defensores del Chaco *
1986  COL América de Cali 1–2 River Plate  ARG Estadio Olimpico Santiago de Cali, Colombia [15]
 ARG River Plate 1–0 América de Cali  COL El Monumental Buenos Aires, Argentina
River Plate won 4–0 on points
1987  COL América de Cali 2–0 Peñarol  URU Estadio Olimpico Santiago de Cali, Colombia [3]
 URU Peñarol 2–1 América de Cali  COL Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay
2–2 on points; Peñarol won playoff 1–0 at Estadio Nacional
1988  ARG Newell's Old Boys 1–0 Nacional  URU Estadio Newell's Old Boys Rosario, Argentina [8]
 URU Nacional  †3–0 † Newell's Old Boys  ARG Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay
Nacional won 3–1 on aggregate
1989  PAR Olimpia 2–0 Atlético Nacional  COL Estadio Defensores del Chaco Asunción, Paraguay [9]
 COL Atlético Nacional 2–0 Olimpia  PAR Estadio El Campín Bogotá, Colombia
2–2 on aggregate; Atlético Nacional won 5–4 in a penalty shootout *
1990  PAR Olimpia 2–0 Barcelona  ECU Estadio Defensores del Chaco Asunción, Paraguay [11]
 ECU Barcelona 1–1 Olimpia  PAR Monumental de Barcelona Guayaquil, Ecuador
Olimpia won 3–1 on aggregate
1991  PAR Olimpia 0–0 Colo-Colo  CHI Estadio Defensores del Chaco Asunción, Paraguay [16]
 ECU Colo-Colo 3–0 Olimpia  PAR Estadio Monumental Santiago, Chile
Colo-Colo won 3–0 on aggregate
1992  ARG Newell's Old Boys 1–0 São Paulo  BRA Estadio Newell's Old Boys Rosario, Argentina [17]
 BRA São Paulo 1–0 Newell's Old Boys  ARG Estádio do Morumbi São Paulo, Brazil
1–1 on aggregate; São Paulo won 3–2 in a penalty shootout *
1993  BRA São Paulo 5–1 Universidad Católica  CHI Estádio do Morumbi São Paulo, Brazil [17]
 CHI Universidad Católica 2–0 São Paulo  BRA Estadio Nacional Santiago, Chile
São Paulo won 5–3 on aggregate
1994  ARG Vélez Sársfield 1–0 São Paulo  BRA Estadio José Amalfitani Buenos Aires, Argentina [18]
 BRA São Paulo 1–0 Vélez Sársfield  ARG Estadio Nacional São Paulo, Brazil
1–1 on aggreagate; Vélez Sársfield won 5–3 in a penalty shootout *
1995  BRA Grêmio 3–1 Atlético Nacional  COL Estádio Olímpico Monumental Porto Alegre, Brazil [13]
 COL Atlético Nacional 1–1 Grêmio  BRA El Atanasio Medellín, Colombia
Grêmio won 4–2 on aggregate
1996  COL América de Cali 1–0 River Plate  ARG Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero Santiago de Cali, Colombia [15]
 ARG River Plate 2–0 América de Cali  COL El Monumental Buenos Aires, Argentina
River Plate won 2–1 on aggregate
1997  PER Sporting Cristal 0–0 Cruzeiro  BRA Estadio Nacional Lima, Peru [9]
 BRA Cruzeiro 1–0 Sporting Cristal  PER Estádio Mineirão Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Cruzeiro won 1–0 on aggregate
1998  BRA Vasco da Gama 2–0 Barcelona  ECU Estádio São Januário Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [19]
 ECU Barcelona 1–2 Vasco da Gama  BRA Monumental de Barcelona Guayaquil, Ecuador
Vasco da Gama won 4–1 on aggregate
1999  COL Deportivo Cali 1–0 Palmeiras  BRA Estádio Palestra Itália São Paulo, Brazil [20]
 BRA Palmeiras 2–1 Deportivo Cali  COL Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero Santiago de Cali, Colombia
2–2 on aggregate; Palmeiras won 4–3 in a penalty shootout *
2000  ARG Boca Juniors 2–2 Palmeiras  BRA La Bombonera Buenos Aires, Argentina [10]
 BRA Palmeiras 0–0 Boca Juniors  ARG Estádio Palestra Itália São Paulo, Brazil
2–2 on aggregate; Boca Juniors won 4–2 in a penalty shootout *
2001  MEX Cruz Azul 0–1 Boca Juniors  ARG Estadio Azteca Mexico City, Mexico [10]
 ARG Boca Juniors 0–1 Cruz Azul  MEX La Bombonera Buenos Aires, Argentina
1–1 on aggregate; Boca Juniors won 3–1 in a penalty shootout *
2002  PAR Olimpia 0–1 São Caetano  BRA Estadio Defensores del Chaco Asunción, Paraguay [11]
 BRA São Caetano 1–2 Olimpia  PAR Estádio do Pacaembu São Paulo, Brazil
2–2 on aggregate; Olimpia won 4–2 in a penalty shootout *
2003  ARG Boca Juniors 2–0 Santos  BRA La Bombonera Buenos Aires, Argentina [10]
 BRA Santos 1–3 Boca Juniors  ARG Estádio do Morumbi São Paulo, Brazil
Boca Juniors won 5–1 on aggregate
2004  ARG Boca Juniors 0–0 Once Caldas  COL La Bombonera Buenos Aires, Argentina [21]
 COL Once Caldas 1–1 Boca Juniors  ARG Estadio Palogrande Manizales, Colombia
1–1 on aggregate; Once Caldas won 2–0 in a penalty shootout *
2005  BRA Atlético Paranaense 1–1 São Paulo  BRA Estádio Beira-Rio Porto Alegre, Brazil [17]
 BRA São Paulo 4–0 Atlético Paranaense  BRA Estádio do Morumbi São Paulo, Brazil
São Paulo won 5–1 on aggregate
2006  BRA São Paulo 1–2 Internacional  BRA Estádio do Morumbi São Paulo, Brazil [17]
 BRA Internacional 2–2 São Paulo  BRA Estádio Beira-Rio Porto Alegre, Brazil
Internacional won 4–3 on aggregate
2007  ARG Boca Juniors 3–0 Grêmio  BRA La Bombonera Buenos Aires, Argentina [10]
 BRA Grêmio 0–2 Boca Juniors  ARG Estádio Olímpico Porto Alegre, Brazil
Boca Juniors won 5–0 on aggregate
2008  ECU LDU Quito 4–2 Fluminense  BRA Estadio LDU Quito, Ecuador [22]
 BRA Fluminese  †3–1 † LDU Quito  ECU Maracanã Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
5–5 on aggregate; LDU Quito won 3–1 in a penalty shootout *
2009  ARG Estudiantes L.P. 0–0 Cruzeiro  BRA Estadio Ciudad de La Plata La Plata, Argentina [23]
 BRA Cruzeiro 1–2 Estudiantes L.P.  ARG Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Estudiantes won 4–1 on points

Results by clubs

Team Winner Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Argentina Independiente 7 0 1964, 1965, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1984
Argentina Boca Juniors 6 3 1977, 1978, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007 1963, 1979, 2004
Uruguay Peñarol 5 4 1960, 1961, 1966, 1982, 1987 1962, 1965, 1970, 1983
Argentina Estudiantes de La Plata 4 1 1968, 1969, 1970, 2009 1971
Brazil São Paulo 3 3 1992, 1993, 2005 1974, 1994, 2006
Uruguay Nacional 3 3 1971, 1980, 1988 1964, 1967, 1969
Paraguay Olimpia 3 3 1979, 1990, 2002 1960, 1989, 1991
Brazil Grêmio 2 2 1983, 1995 1984, 2007
Argentina River Plate 2 2 1986, 1996 1966, 1976
Brazil Cruzeiro 2 2 1976, 1997 1977, 2009
Brazil Santos 2 1 1962, 1963 2003
Brazil Palmeiras 1 3 1999 1961, 1968, 2000
Colombia Atlético Nacional 1 1 1989 1995
Chile Colo-Colo 1 1 1991 1973
Brazil Internacional 1 1 2006 1980
Argentina Racing Club 1 0 1967
Brazil Flamengo 1 0 1981
Argentina Argentinos Juniors 1 0 1985
Argentina Vélez Sársfield 1 0 1994
Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 0 1998
Colombia Once Caldas 1 0 2004
Ecuador LDU Quito 1 0 2008
Colombia América de Cali 0 4 1985, 1986, 1987, 1996
Colombia Deportivo Cali 0 2 1978, 1999
Chile Cobreloa 0 2 1981, 1982
Argentina Newell's Old Boys 0 2 1988, 1992
Ecuador Barcelona 0 2 1990, 1998
Peru Universitario 0 1 1972
Chile Unión Española 0 1 1975
Chile Universidad Católica 0 1 1993
Peru Sporting Cristal 0 1 1997
Mexico Cruz Azul 0 1 2001
Brazil São Caetano 0 1 2002
Brazil Atlético Paranaense 0 1 2005
Brazil Fluminense 0 1 2008

By country

Country Winners Runners-Up Winning Clubs Runners-Up
 Argentina 22 8 Independiente (7), Boca Juniors (6), Estudiantes L.P. (4), River Plate (2), Racing Club (1), Argentinos Juniors (1), Vélez Sársfield (1) Boca Juniors (3), River Plate (2), Newell's Old Boys (2), Estudiantes L.P. (1)
 Brazil 13 15 São Paulo (3), Grêmio (2), Cruzeiro (2), Santos (2), Palmeiras (1), Internacional (1), Flamengo (1), Vasco de Gama (1) São Paulo (3), Palmeiras (3), Grêmio (2), Cruzeiro (2), Internacional (1), Santos (1), São Caetano (1), Atlético Paranaense (1), Fluminense (1)
 Uruguay 8 7 Peñarol (5), Nacional (3) Peñarol (4), Nacional (3)
 Paraguay 3 3 Olimpia (3) Olimpia (3)
 Colombia 2 7 Atlético Nacional (1), Once Caldas (1) América de Cali (4), Deportivo Cali, (2), Atlético Nacional (1)
 Chile 1 5 Colo-Colo (1) Cobreloa (2), Colo-Colo (1), Unión Española (1), Universidad Católica (1)
 Ecuador 1 2 LDU Quito (1) Barcelona (2)
 Peru 0 2 Universitario (1), Sporting Cristal (1)
 Mexico 0 1 Cruz Azul (1)

See also

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