This Saturday will have a new King of America: River and mouth define Libertadores Cup 2018 in a game that will undoubtedly be marked with fire in all soccer books. But if you turn to the story, there are many things that have already been written.
on Libertadores Cup It has its premiere in 1960, so there have been 58 champions so far. But eye: these 58 titles are only split between 25 teams,
He is the best winner independent (7), followed closely mouth (6). A little further behind are Peñarol (5) and Students from La Plata (4). and River? He has 3. The other Argentines who have raised this trophy are competitive, San Lorenzo, Veles and Argentine youth (all 1).
River and Boca will set Copa Libertadores 2018. (Photo: AFP)
If it is for countries, the clubs Argentina They are the ones who lead the way with 24 titles. In a second? Those of Brazil, with 18. Below are Uruguay (8), Colombia and Paraguay (3), Chile and Ecuador (1).
Which teams won the Copa Libertadores
1960: Peñarol (Uruguay)
1961: Peñarol (Uruguay)
1962: Santos (Brazil)
1963: Santos (Brazil)
1964: Independent (Argentina)
Mario Rodriguez of the Independence was Tournament scorer with six goals: one of them was the one who gave the title of Rojo in the final against Nacional de Uruguay.
1965: Independent (Argentina)
After the victory of Peñarol in Avellaneda and the loss in Uruguay, Rojo won the title in The game of the tiebreak which is played in Chile.
1966: Peñarol (Uruguay)
1967: Competitions (Argentina)
The champion was re-defined in a The game of the tiebreak, This time, after two 0-0 games (one in Argentina, the other in Uruguay), the Academy defeated Nacional 2-1 in Chile.
The race overcame the National of Uruguay in Chile at the 1967 Copa Libertadores final.
1968: Students from La Plata (Argentina)
more The game of the tiebreak, another victory for an Argentine club. In this case, the tables beat Palmeiras 2-0 in this game played in Uruguay.
1969: Students from La Plata (Argentina)
The canvas had perfect closing of the tournament: they won in the semi-finals of Universidad Católica for a global 6-2 and the Nacional final for a 3-0 aggregate.
1970: Students from La Plata (Argentina)
Néstor Rubén Togneri was a the reflection of the match the hero of the final: his goal gave him the title of the signs against Peñarol.
1971: National (Uruguay)
1972: Independent (Argentina)
Avellaneda played twelve games and they lost only one: It was before San Pablo in Brazil. In the final they beat the University of Peru.
1973: Independent (Argentina)
IN The game of the tiebreak of the final, played in Montevideo, Avellaneda won Colo Colo 2-1.
1974: Independent (Argentina)
Uruguay's Ricardo Pavouni was hero of Avellaneda: he made the goal he gave his cup to his team The game of the tiebreak before San Pablo, in Chile.
The creation of Independent Copa Libertadores champion from 1974
1975: Independent (Argentina)
Daniel Bertoni scored two goals in all three games the final against the Spanish Union (there was a tie game). Besides, another person celebrating in this definition was Ricardo Pavouni.
1976: Cruzeiro (Brazil)
1977: Boca Juniors (Argentina)
The Xeneizes celebrates against Cruzeiro in a criminal: Having scored without goals in a tiebreak game in Uruguay, Boca beat the Brazilians 5-4 out of the 12 footsteps.
1978: Boca Juniors (Argentina)
Hugo Perrotti had a key role in the defeat against Deportivo Cali: he made two of the four goals with which Xeneize defeated the Colombians 4: 0.
1979: Olympia (Paraguay)
1980: National (Uruguay)
1981: Flamengo (Brazil)
1982: Peñarol (Uruguay)
1983: Gremo (Brazil)
1984: Independent (Argentina)
Jorge Burruchaga made the final goal against Gremo in the first match played in Brazil (1-0). Then returning to Avellaneda was 0-0.
1985: Argentinos Juniors (Argentina)
Those from La Paternal won the final in América de Cali until a criminal in the game "tiebreaker". The great figure of the champion was Claudio Borghi.
1986: River Plate (Argentina)
Juan Gilberto Funes was the figure of the final against America de Cali: scored a goal in the first round and another in return (a total of 3-1).
1987: Peñarol (Uruguay)
1988: National (Uruguay)
1989: Atlético Nacional (Colombia)
1990: Olympia (Paraguay)
1991: Colo Colo (Chile)
1992: San Pablo (Brazil)
1993: San Pablo (Brazil)
1994: Veles Sarsfield (Argentina)
With Jose Luis Chilbert in a state of grace and with Carlos Bianchi as DT, Linares won the San Pablo final with a criminal as a visitor.
Veles celebrates after staying with Copa Libertadores from 1994
1995: Gremo (Brazil)
1996: River Plate (Argentina)
De Núñez celebrates again in front of América de Cali: Enzo Francescoles and Hernán Crespo as figures from the team led by Ramon Diaz defeat the Colombians in the final with a 2-1 aggregate.
1997: Cruzeiro (Brazil)
1998: Vasco da Gama (Brazil)
1999: Palmeiras (Brazil)
2000: Boca Juniors (Argentina)
on a criminal they returned to smile at Boca, as Xeneize managed to beat Palmeiras in Brazil this time. Minor detail: In the quarterfinals, Carlos Bianchi's team headed for the river.
2001: Boca Juniors (Argentina)
Other Definition from a criminal in the final (this time against Cruz Azul from Mexico) he gave the title to Xeneize, who had a Oscar Cordoba very safe in the arch.
2002: Olympia (Paraguay)
2003: Boca Juniors (Argentina)
With a triple of a terrible attack, composed of Carlos Tevez, Marcello Delgado and Guillermo Barroso Selo, Xeneize was champion of top to topHe won the final in Santos, Brazil.
2004: After Kaldas (Colombia)
2005: San Pablo (Brazil)
2006: International (Brazil)
2007: Boca Juniors (Argentina)
Juan Roman Rykelme, from Boca, was chosen as the best player. Talented recruiting had a sleepy night at the end of his return to Gremo.
Juan Roman Richelme, happy with Copa Libertadores since 2007 (Photo: EFE)
2008: University Quito League (Ecuador)
2009: Students from La Plata (Argentina)
Under the guidance of a brilliant Juan Sebastian Veron (selected as the best player in the tournament), Pincha defeated Cruzeiro in the final as a guest.
2010: International (Brazil)
2011: Santos (Brazil)
2012: Corinthians (Brazil)
2013: Atletico Mineiro (Brazil)
2014: San Lorenzo (Argentina)
After a agonist classification In the group stage, those of Bodo outpaced National Paraguay with a 2-1 aggregate in the final. The goal was scored by Néstor Ortigoza in a penalty.
2015: River Plate (Argentina)
The millionaire he gave his luxury not to eliminate anything more and nothing less than Boca in a round of 16, in a key wrapped in controversy. He scored the local title after defeating Tigres de México in the final.
The Todo River celebrates Copa Libertadores 2015. (Photo: Marcello Carroll)
2016: Atlético Nacional (Colombia)
2017: Gremo (Brazil)
Who will be the Copa Libertadores champion in 2018? River or Boca?