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Football - Americas Club Tournaments

Copa Libertadores South American Cup
CONCACAF Champs Lge  CONCACAF CW Cup 
CONCACAF Giants Cup   

Copa Libertadores

The tournament that decides the South American club champions was originally solely for the respective National champions. During the 1970s an additional team from each of the 10 associations was included, and latterly additional top sides and entrants from Mexico have participated.
The final is played over two legs, home and away.

YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
1960
PENAROL (Ury)
Olimpia (Pry)
1961
PENAROL (Ury)
Palmeiras (Bra)
1962
SANTOS (Bra)
Penarol (Ury)
1963
SANTOS (Bra)
Boca Juniors (Arg)
1964
INDEP'DIENTE (Arg)
Nacional (Ury)
1965
INDEP'DIENTE (Arg)
Penarol (Ury)
1966
PENAROL (Ury)
River Plate (Arg)
1967
RACING CLUB (Arg)
Nacional (Ury)
1968
ESTUDIANTES (Arg)
Palmeiras (Bra)
1969
ESTUDIANTES (Arg)
Nacional (Ury)
1970
ESTUDIANTES (Arg)
Penarol (Ury)
1971
NACIONAL (Ury)
Estudiantes (Arg)
1972
INDEP'DIENTE (Arg)
Universitario (Per)
1973
INDEP'DIENTE (Arg)
Colo Colo (Chi)
1974
INDEP'DIENTE (Arg)
Sao Paulo (Bra)
1975
INDEP'DIENTE (Arg)
Union Espanola (Chl)
1976
CRUZEIRO (Bra)
River Plate (Arg)
1977
BOCA JUN (Arg)
Cruzeiro (Bra)
1978
BOCA JUN (Arg)
Deportivo Cali (Col)
1979
OLIMPIA (Pry)
Boca Juniors (Arg)
1980
NACIONAL (Ury)
Internacional (Bra)
1981
FLAMENGO (Bra)
Cobreloa (Chl)
1982
PENAROL (Ury)
Cobreloa (Chl)
1983
GREMIO (Bra)
Penarol (Ury)
1984
INDEP'DIENTE (Arg)
Gremio (Bra)
1985
ARG JUNIORS (Arg)
America Cali (Col)
1986
RIVER PLATE (Arg)
America Cali (Col)
1987
PENAROL (Ury)
America Cali (Col)
1988
NACIONAL (Ury)
Newell's Old Boys (Arg)
1989
ATL NACIONAL (Col)
Olimpia (Pry)
1990
OLIMPIA (Pry)
Barcelona (Esp)
1991
COLO COLO (Chl)
Olimpia (Pry)
1992
SAO PAULO (Bra)
Newell's Old Boys (Arg)
1993
SAO PAULO (Bra)
Univ Catolica (Chl)
1994
V SARSFIELD (Arg)
Sao Paulo (Bra)
1995
GREMIO (Bra)
Atletico Nacional (Col)
1996
RIVER PLATE (Arg)
America Cali (Col)
1997
CRUZEIRO (Bra)
Sporting Cristal (Per)
1998
V DA GAMA (Bra)
Barcelona (Ecu)
1999
PALMEIRAS (Bra)
Deportivo Cali (Col)
2000
BOCA JUN (Arg)
Palmeiras (Bra)
2001
BOCA JUN (Arg)
Cruz Azul (Mex)
2002
OLIMPIA (Pry)
Sao Caetano (Bra)
2003
BOCA JUN (Arg)
Santos (Bra)
2004
ONCE CALDAS (Col)
Boca Juniors (Arg)
2005
SAO PAULO (Bra)
Atl Paranaense (Bra)
2006
INTER (Bra)
Sao Paulo (Bra)
2007
BOCA JUN (Arg)
Gremio (Bra)
2008
LIGA QUITO (Ecu)
Fluminense (Bra)
2009
ESTUDIANTES (Arg)
Cruzeiro (Bra)
2010
INTER (Bra)
Guadalajara (Mex)
2011 SANTOS (Bra) Penarol (Ury)
2012 CORINTHIANS (Bra)
Boca Juniors (Arg)
2013 ATL MINEIRO (Bra) Olimpia (Pry)
2014 S LORENZO (Arg) Nacional (Pry)
2015 RIVER PLATE (Arg) Tigres (Mex)
2016 ATL NACIONAL (Col) Independiente (Ecu)
2017 GREMIO (Bra) Lanus (Arg)
 
South American Cup (Copa Sudamericana)

South America's equivalent of the Europa League was originally called the Copa Conmebol (1992-99). In 2000 and 2001 the event was effectively split North and South for the Copa Merconorte and Copa Mercosur, before the Copa Sudamericana was born in 2002.
The final is played over two legs, home and away.

YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
1992
ATL MINEIRO (Bra)
Olimpia (Pry)
1993
BOTAFOGO (Bra)
Penarol (Ury)
1994
SAO PAULO (Bra)
Penarol (Ury)
1995
ROSARIO CEN (Arg)
Atletico Mineiro (Bra)
1996
LANUS (Arg)
Independiente SF (Col)
1997
ATL MINEIRO (Bra)
Lanus (Arg)
1998
SANTOS (Bra)
Rosario Central (Arg)
1999
TALLERES (Arg)
Alagoano (Bra)
2000
Not held
-
2001
Not held
-
2002
S LORENZO (Arg)
Atletico Nacional (Col)
2003
CIENCIANO (Per)
River Plate (Arg)
2004
BOCA JUN (Arg)
Bolivar (Bol)
2005
BOCA JUN (Arg)
Univ Nacional (Mex)
2006
PACHUCA (Mex)
Colo Colo (Chi)
2007
ARSENAL (Ury)
America (Mex)
2008
INTER (Bra)
Estudiantes (Arg)
2009
LDU QUITO (Ecu)
Fluminense (Bra)
2010
INDEP'DIENTE (Arg)
Goias (Bra)
2011 UNIVERSIDAD (Chl) LDU Quito (Ecu)
2012 SAO PAULO (Bra) Tigre (Arg)
2013 LANUS (Arg) Ponte Preta (Bra)
2014 RIVER PLATE (Arg) Atl Nacional (Col)
2015 SANTA FE (Col) Huracan (Arg)
2016 CHAPECO'SE (Bra) Atl Nacional (Col)
2017 INDEP'DIENTE (Arg) Flamengo (Bra)

CONCACAF Champions League

This tournament was known as the CONCACAF Champions Cup from its inception until 2008. It annually decides the leading club in North and Central America/Caribbean. The winner gains entry to the World Club Cup. In 1978 the cup was shared.
The final has always been held over two legs, apart from in the following years when it was staged at a single venue: 1992 - Santa Ana, Usa; 1994 - San Jose, Usa; 1997 & 98 - Washington, Usa; 199 - Las Vegas, Usa; 2000- Los Angeles, Usa; 2002 - Mexico City

YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
1962
GUADALAJARA (Mex)
Com'ciones (Gtm)
1963
HAITIEN (Hti)
Guadalajara (Mex)
1964
Not held
-
1965
Not held -
1966
Not held -
1967
ALIANZA (Slv)
J'g Col'mbia (Ant)
1968
D TOLUCA (Mex)
A'ra(Gm)/T'l (Dy)
1969
CRUZ AZUL (Mex)
Com'ciones (Gtm)
1970
CRUZ AZUL (Mex)
S'ssa(Cri)/T'l (Dy)
1971
CRUZ AZUL (Mex)
Alajuelense (Cri)
1972
OLIMPIA (Hnd)
Robinhood (Dgy)
1973
TRANSVAAL (Dgy)
S'sa(Cr)/A'se(Cr)
1974
MUNICIPAL (Gtm)
Transvaal (Dgy)
1975
ATL ESPANOL (Mex)
Transvaal (Sur)
1976
AGUILA (Slv)
Robinhood (Sur)
1977
AMERICA (Mex)
Robinhood (Sur)
1978
GUADALAJARA (Mex)
COMUNICACIONES (Gtm)
DEFENCE FORCE (Tto)
-
1979
FAS (Slv)
J'g Col'mbia (Ant)
1980
UNAM (Mex)
Universidad (Hnd)
1981
TRANSVAAL (Sur)
Atl Marte (Slv)
1982
UNAM (Mex)
Robinhood (Sur)
1983
ATLANTE (Mex)
Robinhood (Sur)
1984
VIOLETTE (Hti)
NYPF(U)/G'ra (M)
1985
DEFENCE FORCE (Tto)
Olimpia (Hnd)
1986
ALAJUELENSE (Cri)
Transvaal (Sur)
1987
AMERICA (Mex)
Def Force (Tto)
1988
OLIMPIA (Hnd)
Def Force (Tto)
1989
UNAM (Mex)
P'ar d Rio (Cub)
1990
AMERICA (Mex)
P'ar d Rio (Cub)
1991
PUEBLA (Mex)
Police (Tto)
1992
AMERICA (Mex)
Alajuelense (Cri)
1993
SAPRISSA (Cri)
Leon (Mex)
1994
CARTAGINES (Cri)
Atlante (Mex)
1995
SAPRISSA (Cri)
Municipal (Gtm)
1996
CRUZ AZUL (Mex)
Necaxa (Mex)
1997
CRUZ AZUL (Mex)
LA Galaxy (Usa)
1998
DC UNITED (Usa)
D Toluca (Mex)
1999
NECAXA (Mex)
Alajuelense (Cri)
2000
LA GALAXY (Usa)
Olimpia (Hnd)
2001
No Tournament
-
2002
PACHUCA (Mex)
M Morelia (Mex)
2003
D TOLUCA (Mex)
M Morelia (Mex)
2004
ALAJUELENSE (Cri)
Saprissa (Cri)
2005
SAPRISSA (Cri)
UNAM (Mex)
2006
AMERICA (Mex)
Dep Toluca (Mex)
2007
PACHUCA (Mex)
Guadalajara (Mex)
2008
PACHUCA (Mex)
Saprissa (Cri)
2009
ATLANTE (Mex)
Cruz Azul (Mex)
2010
PACHUCA (Mex)
Cruz Azul (Mex)
2011 MONTERREY (Mex) R Salt Lake (Usa)
2012 MONTERREY (Mex) S Laguna (Mex)
2013 MONTERREY (Mex) S Laguna (Mex)
2014 CRUZ AZUL (Mex) Toluca (Mex)
2015 AMERICA (Mex) Montreal I (Can)
2016 AMERICA (Mex) UANL (Mex)
2017 PACHUCA (Mex) Tigres (Mex)
2018 GUADALAJARA (Mex) Toronto FC (Can)

CONCACAF Cup Winners' Cup

A short-lived concept which tried to follow in the footsteps of fellow competitions for domestic cup winners in Europe, Africa and South America. The finals were held in the following venues:
1991 - Guatemala City, Gtm; 1993 - Monterey Park, Usa; 1994 - Miami, Usa; 1995 - Santa Ana, Usa

YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
1991
ATL MARTE (Slv)
Com'ciones (Gtm)
1992
Not held
-
1993
MONTERREY (Mex)
Real Espana (Hnd)
1994
NECAXA (Mex)
Aurora (Gtm)
1995
TECOS (Mex)
Firpo (Slv)

CONCACAF Giants Cup

The Giants Cup has an even shorter history than the Cup Winners' Cup. It was designed as a replacement but lasted just one season. It had a curious entry system...Those teams with the hightest attendances in the CONCACAF federation were invited to compete. The final was held in Los Angeles, Usa.

YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
2001
AMERICA (Mex)
DC United (Usa)

 

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