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CONMEBOL LIBERTADORES

The CONMEBOL Libertadores is a yearly international football tournament organised by the South American Football Confederation, created in 1960 under the name Copa de Campeones de América. In 1965 the tournament adopted the name Libertadores in honour of the leaders of the Spanish-American and Brazilian wars of independence in South America.  It is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world and the most prestigious club-level football competition on the continent.

Currently, the CONMEBOL Libertadores is contested by 47 teams from the 10 Member Associations with 155 matches from February to November, under a format of Preliminary Phase (Rounds 1, 2 and 3), Group Phase and Final Phase (Round of 16, Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and Final). Since 2019, the Final is held as a single match at a neutral venue. CA Independiente (Argentina) is the team with the most titles (7). The current champion is Palmeiras from Brazil.

CONMEBOL SUDAMERICANA

The CONMEBOL Sudamericana is a yearly international tournament organised by the South American Football Confederation, created in 2002. It is the second most prestigious official international football competition at club level in South America.

Since 2021, the CONMEBOL Sudamericana is contested by 56 teams from the 10 Member Associations with 157 matches, from February to November, under a format of a regional Preliminary Phase, Group Phase and Final Phase (Round of 16, Quarterfinals, Semi-Finals and Final). Since 2019, the Final has been held as a single match at a neutral venue. CA Independiente (Argentina) and Boca Juniors (Argentina) are the teams with the most titles (2). The current champion is Club Social Defensa y Justicia from Argentina.

CONMEBOL RECOPA

The CONMEBOL Recopa is an international football tournament organised by the South American Football Confederation and played annually. The CONMEBOL Recopa has been held every year since 1989 is contested between the champion of the CONMEBOL Libertadores and the CONMEBOL Sudamericana, in a home-away format.

Boca Juniors (Argentina) is the team with the most titles (4). The current champion is Club Social Defensa y Justicia from Argentina.

WOMEN'S CONMEBOL LIBERTADORES

The Women’s CONMEBOL Libertadores is a yearly international football tournament organised by the South American Football Confederation, created in 2009. It is one of only two women’s club competitions at continental level in the world and the most important and prestigious in the Americas.

The Women’s CONMEBOL Libertadores is currently contested by 16 teams from the 10 Member Associations in a Group Stage and Final Stage format (Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and Final) at a single venue. São José Esporte Clube (Brazil) is the team with the most titles (3). The current champion is Associação Ferroviária de Esportes from Brazil.

CONMEBOL LIBERTADORES FUTSAL

The CONMEBOL Libertadores Futsal is an official yearly international football tournament organised by the South American Football Confederation, created in 2002. It is one of only two continental-level futsal club competitions in the world and the most important and prestigious in the Americas.

The CONMEBOL Libertadores Futsal is currently contested by 12 teams from the 10 Member Associations in a Group Stage and Final Stage (Semi-Finals and Final) format at a single venue. Associação Desportiva Jaraguá (Brazil) is the team with the most titles (8). The reigning champion is Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro from Argentina.

WOMEN'S CONMEBOL LIBERTADORES FUTSAL

The Women’s CONMEBOL Libertadores Futsal is a yearly international football tournament organised by the South American Football Confederation, created in 2013. It is the only and most prestigious continental-level women’s futsal club competition in the world.

The Women´s CONMEBOL Libertadores Futsal is currently contested by 10 teams from the 10 Member Associations in a Group Stage and Final Stage (Semi-Finals and Final) format at a single venue. Barateiro Futsal (Brazil) and UnoChapecó (Brazil) are the teams with the most titles (2). The reigning champion is Cianorte Futsal Feminino from Brazil.

CONMEBOL LIBERTADORES BEACH SOCCER

The CONMEBOL Libertadores Beach Soccer is a yearly international football tournament organised by the South American Football Confederation, created in 2016. It is the most important and prestigious competition between beach football clubs at continental level.

The CONMEBOL Libertadores Beach Soccer is currently contested by 12 teams from the 10 Member Associations in a Group Stage and Final Stage format (Quarter-finals, Semi-finals and Final) in a single venue. Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama (Brazil) is the team with the most titles (3). The current champion is Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama, Brazil.

CONMEBOL LIBERTADORES UNDER 20

The CONMEBOL Libertadores U-20 is a biannual international football tournament organised by the South American Football Confederation, created in 2011. It is the most prestigious club-level youth football competition in the Americas.

The CONMEBOL Libertadores U-20 is currently contested by 12 teams from the 10 Member Associations in a Group Stage and Final Stage (Semi-Finals and Final) format at a single venue. River Plate (Argentina), Independiente del Valle (Ecuador), São Paulo (Brazil), Universitario (Peru) and Nacional (Uruguay) are the teams with a title. The current champion is Independiente del Valle from Ecuador.