2009 Copa Sudamericana

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2009 Copa Sudamericana
2009 Copa Nissan Sudamericana de Clubes
2009 Copa Nissan Sul-americana do Clubes
Tournament details
Dates August 4 - December 2
Teams 31 (from 10 associations)
Final positions
Champions Ecuador LDU Quito (1st title)
Runners-up Brazil Fluminense
Tournament statistics
Matches played 60
Goals scored 148 (2.47 per match)
Attendance 639,150 (10,653 per match)
Top scorer(s) Argentina Claudio Bieler (8 goals)
2008
2010

The 2009 Copa Sudamericana de Clubes (officially the 2009 Copa Nissan Sudamericana de Clubes for sponsorship reasons) is the 8th edition of the CONMEBOL's secondary international club tournament. Internacional were the defending champions, having won the trophy the previous season. Ecuadorian side LDU Quito won the 2009 tournament, becoming the first Ecuadorian winners of the trophy.

From this edition onward, CONCACAF teams, which have participated in the tournament since 2005, will no longer be participating because of the format change in the CONCACAF Champions League.[1] This will also mark the last tournament in which Argentine clubs River Plate and Boca Juniors will be invited to participate without qualification. Further changes include the additional allocation of berths (1) to all the countries except Brazil and Argentina.[2]

Qualified teams[edit]

Association Team Qualify method
Argentina Argentina
6 berths
Lanús 2008–09 Primera División 1st place overall
Vélez Sársfield 2008–09 Primera División 2nd place overall
San Lorenzo 2008–09 Primera División 3rd place overall
Tigre 2008–09 Primera División 4th place overall
Boca Juniors Invited
River Plate Invited
Bolivia Bolivia
2 berths
La Paz 2008 Apertura 2nd place
Blooming 2008 Clausura 2nd place
Brazil Brazil
8 + 1 berths
Internacional 2008 Copa Sudamericana champion
Flamengo 2008 Série A 5th place
Botafogo 2008 Série A 7th place
Goiás 2008 Série A 8th place
Coritiba 2008 Série A 9th place
Vitória 2008 Série A 10th place
Atlético Mineiro 2008 Série A 12th place
Atlético Paranaense 2008 Série A 13th place
Fluminense 2008 Série A 14th place
Chile Chile
2 berths
Unión Española 1st in 2009 Apertura general table
Universidad de Chile 2009 Copa Sudamericana playoff winner
Colombia Colombia
2 berths
Deportivo Cali 2008 Primera A 2nd best-placed non-champion
La Equidad 2008 Copa Colombia champion
Ecuador Ecuador
2 berths
Emelec 2009 Serie A First Stage winner
LDU Quito 2009 Serie A First Stage runner-up
Paraguay Paraguay
2 berths
Libertad Apertura or Clausura champion with most points in 2008 Primera División
Cerro Porteño 2008 Primera División 3rd best-placed non-champion
Peru Peru
2 berths
Cienciano 2008 Descentralizado 2nd best-placed non-champion
Alianza Atlético 2008 Descentralizado 3rd best-placed non-champion
Uruguay Uruguay
2 berths
River Plate 2009 Liguilla Pre-Libertadores 3rd place
Liverpool 2009 Liguilla Pre-Libertadores 4th place
Venezuela Venezuela
2 berths
Deportivo Anzoátegui 2008 Copa Venezuela champion
Zamora 2008–09 Primera División 2nd best-placed non-finalist

First stage[edit]

The first stage began on August 4, and ended on September 17. Team #1 played the first leg at home.[3] All teams, except for defending champion Internacional, entered the tournament in the First Stage.[4]

Team #1   Points   Team #2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Atlético Mineiro Brazil 2–2 (5–6 p) Brazil Goiás 1–1 1–1
La Equidad Colombia 1–4 Chile Unión Española 2–2 0–1
Vitória Brazil 3–3 (5–3 p) Brazil Coritiba 2–0 0–2
Universidad de Chile Chile 6–0 Colombia Deportivo Cali 2–1 1–0
Fluminense Brazil (a) 2–2 Brazil Flamengo 0–0 1–1
Liverpool Uruguay 1–4 Peru Cienciano 0–0 0–2
River Plate Argentina 0–6 Argentina Lanús 1–2 0–1
Zamora Venezuela 0–6 Ecuador Emelec 0–1 1–2
Atlético Paranaense Brazil 1–4 Brazil Botafogo 0–0 2–3
LDU Quito Ecuador 4–1 Paraguay Libertad 1–0 1–1
Tigre Argentina 3–3 (a) Argentina San Lorenzo 2–1 0–1
Alianza Atlético Peru 4–1 Venezuela Deportivo Anzoátegui 0–0 2–1
Blooming Bolivia 0–6 Uruguay River Plate 0–3 1–2
Boca Juniors Argentina 1–4 Argentina Vélez Sársfield 1–1 0–1
Cerro Porteño Paraguay 6–0 Bolivia La Paz 2–0 2–1

Final stages[edit]

  Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                                     
1  Brazil Goiás 0 3 3  
16  Paraguay Cerro Porteño (a) 2 1 3  
  16  Paraguay Cerro Porteño 2 3 5  
  9  Brazil Botafogo 1 1 2  
8  Ecuador Emelec 0 2 2
9  Brazil Botafogo 2 1 3  
  16  Paraguay Cerro Porteño 0 1 1  
  5  Brazil Fluminense 1 2 3  
5  Brazil Fluminense 2 4 6  
12  Peru Alianza Atlético 2 1 3  
  5  Brazil Fluminense 2 1 3
  4  Chile Universidad de Chile 2 0 2  
4  Chile Universidad de Chile 1 1 2
13  Brazil Internacional 1 0 1  
  5  Brazil Fluminense 1 3 4
  10  Ecuador LDU Quito 5 0 5
2  Chile Unión Española 2 2 4  
15  Argentina Vélez Sársfield 3 2 5  
  15  Argentina Vélez Sársfield 1 1 2
  10  Ecuador LDU Quito 1 2 3  
7  Argentina Lanús 0 1 1
10  Ecuador LDU Quito 4 1 5  
  10  Ecuador LDU Quito 1 7 8
  14  Uruguay River Plate 2 0 2  
3  Brazil Vitória 1 1 2  
14  Uruguay River Plate 4 1 5  
  14  Uruguay River Plate (p) 0 1 1 (7)
  11  Argentina San Lorenzo 1 0 1 (6)  
6  Peru Cienciano 0 0 0
11  Argentina San Lorenzo 3 2 5  

Round of 16[edit]

The first leg of the round of 16 was played from September 22 to September 24. The second leg was played from September 30 to October 1. Team #1 played the first leg at home.[4]

Team #1   Points   Team #2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Cerro Porteño Paraguay 3–3 (a) Brazil Goiás 2–0 1–3
Vélez Sarsfield Argentina 4–1 Chile Unión Española 3–2 2–2
River Plate Uruguay 4–1 Brazil Vitória 4–1 1–1
Internacional Brazil 1–4 Chile Universidad de Chile 1–1 0–1
Alianza Atlético Peru 1–4 Brazil Fluminense 2–2 1–4
San Lorenzo Argentina 6–0 Peru Cienciano 3–0 2–0
LDU Quito Ecuador 4–1 Argentina Lanús 4–0 1–1
Botafogo Brazil 3–2 Ecuador Emelec 2–0 1–2

Quarterfinals[edit]

The first leg of the Quarterfinals was played from October 20–22. The second leg was played from November 4–5. Team #1 played the first leg at home.

Team #1   Points   Team #2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Cerro Porteño Paraguay 6–0 Brazil Botafogo 2–1 3–1
Vélez Sarsfield Argentina 1–4 Ecuador LDU Quito 1–1 1–2
River Plate Uruguay 3–3 (7–6 p) Argentina San Lorenzo 0–1 1–0
Fluminense Brazil 4–1 Chile Universidad de Chile 2–2 1–0

Semifinals[edit]

The first leg was played from November 11–12. The second leg was played from November 18–19. Team #1 played the first leg at home.

Team #1   Points   Team #2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Cerro Porteño Paraguay 0–6 Brazil Fluminense 0–1 1–2
River Plate Uruguay 2–8 Ecuador LDU Quito 2–1 0–7

Finals[edit]

The Finals were played on November 25 and December 2. Just like the 2008 Copa Libertadores Finals, both teams played against each other in a final.

November 25, 2009
18:50 (UTC-5)
LDU Quito Ecuador 5–1 Brazil Fluminense
Méndez Goal 21'44'60'
Salas Goal 78'
de la Cruz Goal 87'
Report Marquinho Goal 1'
Estadio Casa Blanca, Quito
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: Roberto Silvera (Uruguay)

December 2, 2009
21:50 (UTC-2)
Fluminense Brazil 3–0 Ecuador LDU Quito
Diguinho Goal 14'
Fred Goal 43'
Gum Goal 72'
Report

Top goalscorers[edit]

Pos Name Club Goals
1 Argentina Claudio Bieler Ecuador LDU Quito 8
2 Ecuador Édison Méndez Ecuador LDU Quito 7
3 Argentina Jorge Córdoba Uruguay River Plate 5
Brazil Fred Brazil Fluminense 5
5 Brazil Felipe Brazil Goiás 4
Uruguay Juan Manuel Olivera Chile Universidad de Chile 4
7 Argentina Gustavo Canales Chile Unión Española 3
Brazil André Lima Brazil Botafogo 3
Uruguay Hernán López Argentina Vélez Sársfield 3
Argentina Roberto Nanni Paraguay Cerro Porteño 3
Peru Marcio Valverde Peru Alianza Atlético 3

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