List of Copa Sudamericana finals
The Copa Sudamericana is an annual association football tournament established in 2002. The competition is organized by the South American Football Confederation, or CONMEBOL, and it is contested by 39 clubs from its member association. From 2004 to 2008, clubs from the CONCACAF were invited to participate. The finals are contested over two legs, one at each participating club's stadium. San Lorenzo won the inaugural competition in 2002, defeating Atlético Nacional.
Ten clubs have won the competition since its inception. Boca Juniors holds the record for the most victories, winning the competition two times. Boca Juniors is also the only club to have successfully defended their title. Teams from Argentina have won the competition the most, with seven wins among them.
The current champion is Chapecoense, who was scheduled to face Atlético Nacional in the 2016 edition, but the finals never happened due to the crash of LaMia Flight 2933. CONMEBOL awarded the title to Chapecoense, following a request by Atlético Nacional.
|Finals won on away goals|
|*||Finals decided by a penalty shootout|
|Match went to extra time|
|Year||Each link is the relevant Copa Libertadores article for that year|
|Team||Won||Lost||Years won||Years lost|
|Boca Juniors||2||0||2004, 2005||
|Universidad de Chile||1||0||2011||
||2002, 2014, 2016|
A. ^ Score was 2–2 aggregate after 90 minutes. Boca Juniors won the penalty-shootout 4–3.
B. ^ Score was 3–3 aggregate after 90 minutes and extra time. Independiente won the penalty-shootout 5–3.
C. ^ Score was 0–0 aggregate after 90 minutes and extra time. Santa Fe won the penalty-shootout 3–1.
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