List of Copa CONMEBOL finals

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List of Copa CONMEBOL finals
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Founded 1992
Region South America (CONMEBOL)
Number of teams 16

The Copa CONMEBOL was an annual association football tournament established in 1992.[1] The competition was organized by the South American Football Confederation, or CONMEBOL, and it was usually contested by 16 clubs from its member associations. The tournament ended in 1999, following the expansion of Copa Libertadores to 32 teams. The Copa Mercosur and Copa Merconorte, which both started in 1998, replaced the Copa CONMEBOL, and the merger of those 3 cups transformed in the current Copa Sudamericana[2][3][4][5][6]

The finals are contested over two legs, one at each participating club's stadium. Atlético Mineiro won the inaugural competition in 1992, defeating Olimpia. Seven clubs have won the competition since its inception. Atlético Mineiro holds the record for the most victories, winning the competition two times. Teams from Brazil have won the competition the most, with five wins among them.

Key[edit]

# Finals decided on goal aggregate
* Finals decided by a penalty shootout
Bold Indicates the winner over two legs
Year Each link is the relevant Copa CONMEBOL article for that year

Finals[edit]

Year Country Home team Score Away team Country Venue Location Refs
1992  BRA Atlético Mineiro 2–0 Olimpia  PAR Mineirão Belo Horizonte, Brazil [7]
 PAR Olimpia 1–0 Atlético Mineiro  BRA Estadio Defensores del Chaco Asunción, Paraguay
2–2 on points; Atlético Mineiro won 2–1 on aggregate #
1993  URU Peñarol 1–1 Botafogo  BRA Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay [7]
 BRA Botafogo 2–2 Peñarol  URU Estádio do Maracanã Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2–2 on points and 3–3 on aggregate; Botafogo won 3–1 in a penalty shootout *
1994  BRA São Paulo 6–1 Peñarol  URU Estádio do Morumbi São Paulo, Brazil [8]
 URU Peñarol 3–0 São Paulo  BRA Estadio Centenario Montevideo, Uruguay
3–3 on points; São Paulo won 6–4 on aggregate #
1995  BRA Atlético Mineiro 4–0 Rosario Central  ARG Mineirão Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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 ARG Rosario Central 4–0 Atlético Mineiro  BRA Estadio Gigante de Arroyito Rosario, Argentina
3–3 on points and 4–4 on aggregate; Rosario Central won 4–3 in a penalty shootout *
1996  ARG Lanús 2–0 Santa Fe  COL La Fortaleza Lanús, Argentina [10]
 COL Santa Fe 1–0 Lanús  ARG Estadio El Campín Bogotá, Colombia
3–3 on points; Lanús won 2–1 on aggregate #
1997  ARG Lanús 1–4 Atlético Mineiro  BRA La Fortaleza Lanús, Argentina [7]
 BRA Atlético Mineiro 1–1 Lanús  ARG Mineirão Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Atlético Mineiro won 4–1 on points
1998  BRA Santos 1–0 Rosario Central  ARG Estádio Vila Belmiro Santos, Brazil [11]
 ARG Rosario Central 0-0 Santos  BRA Estadio Gigante de Arroyito Rosario, Argentina
Santos won 4–1 on points
1999  BRA CSA 4–2 Talleres  ARG Estádio Rei Pelé Maceió, Brazil [12]
 ARG Talleres 3–0 CSA  BRA Estadio Olímpico Chateau Carreras Córdoba, Argentina
3–3 on points; Talleres won 5–4 on aggregate #

Performances[edit]

By club[edit]

Team Won Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Brazil Atlético Mineiro 2 1 1992, 1997 1995
Argentina Rosario Central 1 1 1995 1998
Argentina Lanús 1 1 1996 1997
Brazil Botafogo 1 0 1993
Brazil São Paulo 1 0 1994
Brazil Santos 1 0 1998
Argentina Talleres 1 0 1999
Uruguay Peñarol 0 2
1993, 1994
Paraguay Olimpia 0 1
1992
Colombia Santa Fe 0 1
1996
Brazil CSA 0 1
1999

By city[edit]

City Won Runners-Up Winning Clubs Runners-Up
Brazil Belo Horizonte 2 1 Atlético Mineiro (2) Atlético Mineiro (1)
Brazil São Paulo 2 0 Santos (1) São Paulo (1)
Argentina Lanús 1 1 Lanús (1) Lanús (1)
Argentina Rosario 1 1 Rosario Central (1) Rosario Central (1)
Argentina Córdoba 1 0 Talleres (1)
Brazil Rio de Janeiro 1 0 Botafogo (1)
Uruguay Montevideo 0 2
Peñarol (2)
Brazil Maceió 0 1
CSA (1)
Paraguay Asunción 0 1
Olimpia (1)
Colombia Bogotá 0 1
Santa Fe (1)

By country[edit]

Country Won Runners-Up Winning Clubs Runners-Up
 Brazil 5 2 Atlético Mineiro (2); Botafogo (1); São Paulo (1); Santos (1) Atlético Mineiro (1); CSA (1)
 Argentina 3 2 Rosario Central (1); Lanús (1); Talleres (1); Rosario Central (1); Lanús (1)
 Uruguay 0 2
Peñarol (2)
 Paraguay 0 1
Olimpia (1)
 Colombia 0 1
Santa Fe (1)

Clubs[edit]

By semifinal appearances[edit]

By nation[edit]

Number of participating clubs by nation[edit]

Nation Number of clubs Clubs
 Brazil 20 América (RN), Atlético Mineiro, Botafogo, Bragantino, Corinthians, Ceará, CSA, Fluminense, Grêmio, Guaraní, Palmeiras, Paraná, Portuguesa, Rio Branco, Sampaio Corrêa, São Raimundo, Santos, Vasco da Gama, Vila Nova, Vitória
 Argentina 9 Colón, Deportivo Español, Gimnasia y Esgrima, Huracán, Lanús, Rosario Central, San Lorenzo, Talleres, Vélez Sarsfield
 Colombia 8 América, Atlético Huila, Deportes Quindío, Deportes Tolima, Independiente Medellín, Junior, Once Caldas, Santa Fe
 Peru 7 Alianza Lima, Ciclista Lima, Melgar, Sipesa, Sport Boys, Sporting Cristal, Universitario
 Uruguay 7 Danubio, Defensor Sporting, Huracán Buceo, Peñarol, Porongos, River Plate, Sud América
 Venezuela 7 Caracas, Deportivo Italia, Deportivo Táchira, Estudiantes de Mérida, Marítimo, Mineros, Minervén
 Chile 6 Audax Italiano, Cobreloa, Colo-Colo, Concepción, O'Higgins, Universidad de Chile
 Ecuador 6 Barcelona, Deportivo Cuenca, El Nacional, Emelec, LDU Quito, Técnico Universitario
 Paraguay 6 Atlético Colegiales, Cerro Corá, Guaraní, Olimpia, San Lorenzo, Sportivo Luqueño
 Bolivia 5 Bolívar, Independiente Petrolero, Jorge Wilstermann, Oriente Petrolero, The Strongest

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