2016 Copa Bicentenario

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Copa del Bicentenario
de la Independencia
Estadio Presidente Peron.jpg
Organising body AFA
Founded 2016
Abolished 2016; 2 years ago (2016)
Region Argentina
Number of teams 2
Qualifier for Copa Sudamericana
Related competitions Primera División
Last champions Lanús

The Copa del Bicentenario de la Independencia was an official Argentine football cup competition organized by the Argentine Football Association (AFA),[1] being contested by the 2014 Torneo de Transición champions, Racing and the 2016 champions, Lanús.[2]

A draw by AFA was held to decide the home team (Racing).[3] The trophy was named to honour the 200th. anniversary of the Independence of Argentina.

Lanús beat Racing 1–0 in Avellaneda in injury time and won the trophy. As champions, Lanús qualified to the 2017 Copa Sudamericana.[4]



Report Montenegro Goal 90+1'
GK 21 Argentina Nelson Ibáñez
DF 18 Argentina Francisco Cerro
DF 2 Argentina Nicolás Sánchez
DF 3 Argentina Leandro Grimi Yellow card 32'
DF 13 Argentina Emiliano Insúa Yellow card 89'
MF 17 Argentina Marcos Acuña Yellow card 27'
MF 15 Argentina Ezequiel Videla Yellow card 30' Substituted off 61'
MF 11 Argentina Luciano Aued Yellow card 54'
FW 10 Paraguay Óscar Romero Yellow card 15'
FW 9 Argentina Lisandro López (c)
FW 7 Argentina Gustavo Bou
GK 12 Argentina Juan Musso
DF 26 Argentina Miguel Barbieri
DF 20 Argentina Sergio Vittor
MF 6 Paraguay Willian Candia
MF 8 Argentina Diego González Substituted in 61'
FW 32 Argentina Lautaro Martínez
FW 19 Argentina Brian Mansilla
Argentina Facundo Sava
GK 12 Argentina Matías Ibáñez
DF 4 Argentina José Luis Gómez
DF 14 Argentina Marcelo Herrera Yellow card 86'
DF 6 Argentina Diego Braghieri
DF 21 Argentina Nicolás Pasquini Yellow card 52'
MF 27 Argentina Román Martínez Yellow card 32'
MF 30 Argentina Iván Marcone Yellow card 79'
MF 19 Argentina Nicolás Aguirre Substituted off 73'
FW 7 Argentina Lautaro Acosta
FW 9 Argentina José Sand (c) Yellow card 34'
FW 10 Paraguay Miguel Almirón
GK 31 Argentina Esteban Andrada
DF 17 Argentina Rodrigo Erramuspe
DF 16 Uruguay Alejandro Silva
MF 13 Argentina Marcos Pinto
MF 5 Argentina Agustín Pelletieri
FW 25 Argentina Marcelino Moreno
FW 26 Paraguay Brian Montenegro Substituted in 73'
Argentina Jorge Almirón

Assistant referees:
Diego Bonfá
Ezequiel Brailovsky
Fourth official:
Diego Abal

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • Penalty shoot-out if necessary.
  • Seven named substitutes, of which up to three may be used.


Copa del Bicentenario winners


  1. ^ Boletín Especial n° 5192 - Copa Bicentenario on AFA website
  2. ^ "Racing y Lanús jugarán la Copa Bicentenario". TyC Sports (in Spanish). May 31, 2016.
  3. ^ "Racing-Lanús: la AFA confirmó día, horario y localía de la Copa Bicentenario". Canchallena (in Spanish). July 18, 2016.
  4. ^ "Racing-Lanús, Copa Bicentenario: el actual campeón argentino ganó el duelo en la última jugada del partido". Canchallena (in Spanish). August 14, 2016.