1993 Copa de Oro

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1993 Copa de Oro
1993 Copa de Oro Nicolás Leoz
1993 Copa de Ouro Nicolás Leoz
Tournament details
DatesJuly 7 - July 22
Teams4 (from 1 confederation)
Final positions
ChampionsArgentina Boca Juniors (1st title)
Runners-upBrazil Atlético Mineiro
Tournament statistics
Matches played4
Goals scored4 (1 per match)
Top scorer(s)Uruguay Sergio Daniel Martínez (2 goals)

The 1993 Copa de Oro was the inaugural Copa de Oro, a football competition for the reigning champions of CONMEBOL's Copa Libertadores, the Supercopa Libertadores, the Copa CONMEBOL, and the Copa Master de Supercopa. It was played from July 7 to July 22.

This tournament was disputed between São Paulo, winners of the 1992 Copa Libertadores, Cruzeiro, winners of the 1992 Supercopa Libertadores, Atlético Mineiro, winners of the 1992 Copa CONMEBOL, and Boca Juniors, winners of the 1992 Copa Master de Supercopa). Boca Juniors won the final 4–1 on points over Atlético Mineiro as Carlos MacAllister scored the only goal of the two-legged final. Sergio Daniel Martínez, top scorer, scored the first goal of the tournament and also became the first person to score a golden goal in a CONMEBOL tournament.

Qualified teams[edit]

Team Honor
Brazil São Paulo Winner of the 1992 Copa Libertadores
Brazil Cruzeiro Winner of the 1992 Supercopa Libertadores
Brazil Atlético Mineiro Winner of the 1992 Copa CONMEBOL
Argentina Boca Juniors Winner of the 1992 Copa Master de Supercopa

Knockout bracket[edit]

  Semifinals Finals
Argentina Boca Juniors 1 1 2  
Brazil São Paulo 0 1 1  
    Argentina Boca Juniors 0 1 1
  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 0 0 0
Brazil Atlético Mineiro (p) 0 - 0 (5)
Brazil Cruzeiro 0 - 0 (4)  


First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]


First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

2 goals
1 goal


  1. ^ Only one leg disputed between the two teams to determine the winner.

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