2004 Copa Libertadores de América
2004 Copa Toyota Libertadores de América
2004 Copa Toyota Libertadores da América
February 3 - July 1
(from 11 associations)
Once Caldas (1st title)
(2.74 per match)
Jhon Viáfara [1 ]
2004 Copa Libertadores de América (officially the 2004 Copa Toyota Libertadores de América for sponsorship reasons) was the 45th edition of the Copa Libertadores, CONMEBOL's premier annual international club tournament.
The tournament was won by
Colombian club Once Caldas defeating defending champions Boca Juniors 2-0 on a penalty shoot-out. This was the second time, in the history of the tournament, that a team from Colombia won the Copa Libertadores. The first time was during Atlético Nacional's successful campaign.
This was the last Copa Libertadores in which the
away goals rule would not be used in every two-legged knockout round. However, starting in the 2008 Copa Libertadores, the away goals rule was removed from the finals.
Group stage [ edit ]
Teams in green qualified directly to the Round of 16
Teams in yellow qualified to the playoff round
Group 1 [ edit ]
Group 2 [ edit ]
Group 3 [ edit ]
Group 4 [ edit ]
Group 5 [ edit ]
Group 6 [ edit ]
Group 7 [ edit ]
Group 8 [ edit ]
Group 9 [ edit ]
Playoff round [ edit ]
Knockout stage [ edit ]
Bracket [ edit ]
Round of 16 [ edit ]
First leg matches were played between May 4, 2004 and May 6, 2004. Second leg matches were played between May 11, 2004 and May 13, 2004.
Quarterfinals [ edit ]
First leg matches were played on May 20, 2004 and May 21, 2004. Second leg matches were played between May 25, 2004 and May 27, 2004.
Semifinals [ edit ]
First leg matches were played on June 9, 2004 and June 10, 2004. Second leg matches were played on June 16, 2004 and June 17, 2004.
First leg match was played on June 23, 2004. Second leg match was played on July 2, 2004.
Copa Libertadores de América
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