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Copa Libertadores

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Copa Libertadores: 1st Round
P. Escobar The Strongest 3 0
L. Desábato Estudiantes 2 0
J. Fabbro Cerro Porteño 2 1
Elias Corinthians 2 0
G. Rivas Deportivo Táchira 2 0
P. Toranzo Huracán 2 0
R. Ábila Huracán 1 0
J. Arango Once Caldas 1 0
G. Carrillo Estudiantes 1 0
Fágner Corinthians 1 0
Emerson Sheik Corinthians 1 0
Felipe Corinthians 1 0
D. Depetris Morelia 1 0
C. Domínguez Cerro Porteño 1 0
J. López Deportivo Táchira 1 0
Copa Libertadores: 2nd Round
G. Bou Racing Club 7 0
G. Carrillo Estudiantes 5 0
E. Paredes Colo Colo 5 1
F. Santander Guaraní 5 1
M. Bolaños Emelec 4 0
P. Guerrero Corinthians 4 0
J. Guerrón Tigres UANL 4 0
D. Milito Racing Club 4 1
L. Ruiz Atlético Nacional 4 1
Z. Valoyes Mineros de Guayana 4 1
R. Ábila Huracán 3 0
B. Alemán Barcelona 3 0
J. Calleri Boca Juniors 3 0
A. Chumacero The Strongest 3 0
Leandro Damião Cruzeiro 3 1
Copa Libertadores: Final Stage
L. Alario River Plate 1 0
Ramiro Funes Mori River Plate 1 0
C. Sánchez River Plate 1 1
Copa Libertadores: Round of 16
J. Arce Bolívar 1 0
O. Benítez Lanús 1 0
Bruno Rodrigo Cruzeiro 1 0
W. Ferreira Bolívar 1 0
S. Gentiletti San Lorenzo 1 0
N. Olivera Defensor Sporting 1 0
Derlis Orué Nacional Asunción 1 0
L. Pais Defensor Sporting 1 0
I. Piatti San Lorenzo 1 0

Channels licensed to broadcast Copa Libertadores in United States

Fox Deportes
Fox Sports 1 USA
English language multi-platform rights.



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About Copa Libertadores

The Copa Libertadores de America is the prestigious South American Club competition tournament with the top clubs of South America. 38 Teams compete for the glory to lift the Copa Libertadores. The champions go on to play in the 2010 Recopa Sudamericana. The winner also proceeds to play in the FIFA Club World Cup tournament. 38 Clubs initially compete in the competition. These teams are selected based on their standings in their respective leagues. Some countries have different berth criteria. Argentina has 5 berths, Bolivia 3, Brazil 5, Chile 3, Colombia 3, Ecuador 3+1, Paraguay 3, Peru 3, Uruguay 3, Venezuela 3. This year Mexico has been invited to participate in the Copa Libertadores and have been awarded 3 berths. 32 teams progress to the second stage of the tournament with 8 groups of 4 clubs. The top 2 clubs from each group advance into the final 16 round. 8 teams advance to the Quarterfinals playing 2-legged matches. The semi-finals are also played with a 2-legged match and the same applies to the Final, giving both teams advantage of playing at home in front of their fans.

The Copa Libertadores draws the tournament fixtures normally November. The first stage of the Tournament begins in January and runs until early July where a 2 legged final take place.

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