2011 Copa Sudamericana Finals

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2011 Copa Sudamericana Finals
Estadio Casa BlancaEstadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos
Event 2011 Copa Bridgestone Sudamericana de Clubes
on aggregate
Universidad de Chile won on points 6–0.
First leg
Date December 8, 2011
Venue Estadio Casa Blanca, Quito
Referee Diego Abal (Argentina)
Attendance 41,000
Second Leg
Date December 14, 2011
Venue Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos, Santiago
Referee Wilson Seneme (Brazil)
Attendance 50,000
2010
2012

The 2011 Copa Sudamericana Finals were the final two-legged tie that decided the winner of the 2011 Copa Sudamericana, the 10th edition of the Copa Sudamericana, South America's secondary international club football tournament organized by CONMEBOL. The matches were played on December 8 and 14, 2011 between Chilean club Universidad de Chile and Ecuadorian club LDU Quito.

Universidad de Chile won the first leg 1–0[1] and the second leg 3–0,[2] and won their first Copa Sudamericana and also their first international trophy. As the winner, they earned the right to play in the 2012 Recopa Sudamericana against the winner of the 2011 Copa Libertadores, and the 2012 Suruga Bank Championship against the winner of the 2011 J. League Cup, Kashima Antlers.

Qualified teams[edit]

Team Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners)
Ecuador LDU Quito 2009
Chile Universidad de Chile None

Road to the finals[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 2011 Copa Sudamericana.
Chile Universidad de Chile Round Ecuador LDU Quito
Opponent Venue Score Opponent Venue Score
Uruguay Fénix Home 1–0 First stage Venezuela Yaracuyanos Away 1–1
Away 0–0 Home 1–0
Uruguay Nacional Home 1–0 Second stage Venezuela Trujillanos Home 4–1
Away 0–2 Away 0–1
Brazil Flamengo Away 0–4 Round of 16 Argentina Independiente Home 2–0
Home 1–0 Away 1–0
Argentina Arsenal Away 1–2 Quarterfinals Paraguay Libertad Home 1–0
Home 3–0 Away 1–0 (4–5 p)
Brazil Vasco da Gama Away 1–1 Semifinals Argentina Vélez Sársfield Home 2–0
Home 2–0 Away 0–1

Rules[edit]

The final is played over two legs; home and away. The higher seeded team plays the second leg at home. The team that accumulates the most points —three for a win, one for a draw, zero for a loss— after the two legs is crowned the champion. Should the two teams be tied on points after the second leg, the team with the best goal difference wins. If the two teams have equal goal difference, the away goals rule is not applied, unlike the rest of the tournament. Extra time is played, which consists of two 15-minute halves. If the tie is still not broken, a penalty shootout ensues according to the Laws of the Game.[3]

Matches[edit]

First leg[edit]

LDU Quito
Universidad de Chile
GK 22 Ecuador Alexander Domínguez
CB 6 Ecuador Jorge Guagua
CB 2 Ecuador Norberto Araujo
CB 14 Ecuador Diego Calderón YC 54'
RM 13 Ecuador Néicer Reasco (c) Substituted off 81'
CM 18 Ecuador Fernando Hidalgo
CM 21 Argentina Lucas Acosta
LM 5 Ecuador Paúl Ambrosi
AM 11 Argentina Ezequiel González YC 77'
FW 16 Argentina Hernán Barcos
FW 19 Argentina Claudio Bieler Substituted off 46'
Substitutes:
GK 25 Ecuador Daniel Viteri
DF 3 Ecuador Geovanny Caicedo
MF 17 Ecuador Enrique Gámez Substituted in 81'
DF 24 Ecuador José Valencia
DF 12 Ecuador Galo Corozo
MF 10 Ecuador Luis Bolaños Substituted in 46'
FW 9 Ecuador Walter Calderón
Manager:
Argentina Edgardo Bauza
GK 25 Chile Johnny Herrera YC 87'
CB 4 Chile Osvaldo González
CB 2 Chile Marcos González
CB 13 Chile José Manuel Rojas (c)
DM 5 Chile Albert Acevedo
RM 6 Argentina Matías Rodríguez
CM 20 Chile Charles Aránguiz Substituted off 88'
CM 21 Chile Marcelo Díaz
LM 3 Chile Eugenio Mena
FW 17 Chile Eduardo Vargas YC 51' Substituted off 90+1'
FW 19 Chile Gustavo Canales YC 57' Substituted off 73'
Substitutes:
GK 1 Uruguay Esteban Conde
DF 14 Chile Paulo Magalhaes Substituted in 90+1'
DF 23 Chile Juan Abarca
MF 15 Argentina Guillermo Marino Substituted in 88'
MF 22 Argentina Gustavo Lorenzetti
FW 16 Chile Francisco Castro Substituted in 73'
FW 7 Argentina Diego Rivarola
Manager:
Argentina Jorge Sampaoli



Linesmen:[4]
Hernán Maidana (Argentina)
Diego Bonfá (Argentina)
Fourth official:
Néstor Pitana (Argentina)

Second leg[edit]

Universidad de Chile
LDU Quito
GK 25 Chile Johnny Herrera
CB 4 Chile Osvaldo González YC 57'
CB 2 Chile Marcos González
CB 13 Chile José Manuel Rojas (c)
RM 6 Argentina Matías Rodríguez Yellow cardRed card 64', 85'
CM 20 Chile Charles Aránguiz
CM 21 Chile Marcelo Díaz YC 30'
LM 3 Chile Eugenio Mena
RW 17 Chile Eduardo Vargas
LW 16 Chile Francisco Castro Substituted off 53'
CF 19 Chile Gustavo Canales Substituted off 86'
Substitutes:
GK 1 Uruguay Esteban Conde
DF 5 Chile Albert Acevedo
DF 14 Chile Paulo Magalhaes
MF 15 Argentina Guillermo Marino
MF 22 Argentina Gustavo Lorenzetti Substituted in 53'
MF 11 Chile Felipe Gallegos
FW 7 Argentina Diego Rivarola Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Argentina Jorge Sampaoli
GK 22 Ecuador Alexander Domínguez
RWB 13 Ecuador Néicer Reasco (c) Substituted off 53'
CB 6 Ecuador Jorge Guagua Red card 67'
CB 2 Ecuador Norberto Araujo
CB 14 Ecuador Diego Calderón
LWB 5 Ecuador Paúl Ambrosi
CM 21 Argentina Lucas Acosta
CM 18 Ecuador Fernando Hidalgo YC 9'
AM 11 Argentina Ezequiel González YC 39'
SS 10 Ecuador Luis Bolaños Substituted off 73'
CF 16 Argentina Hernán Barcos YC 26'
Substitutes:
GK 25 Ecuador Daniel Viteri
DF 3 Ecuador Geovanny Caicedo
DF 23 Ecuador Argenis Moreira
MF 17 Ecuador Enrique Gámez Substituted in 53'
MF 15 Ecuador William Araujo
MF 20 Ecuador José Francisco Cevallos, Jr.
FW 9 Ecuador Walter Calderón Substituted in 73'
Manager:
Argentina Edgardo Bauza



Linesmen:[4]
Alessandro Rocha (Brazil)
Emerson de Carvalho (Brazil)
Fourth official:
Leandro Vuaden (Brazil)

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