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About Copa Sudamericana

The Copa Sudamericana is the second most relevant club competition in South America. This tournament was created in 2002, replacing the Copa Merconorte and Copa Mercosur trophies.

After several changes to its format, 44 teams qualify directly to the competition, which seems them brought down to 22 after a draw and the subsequent two-legged ties. Those 22 winners are joined by 10 teams eliminated from the Copa Libertadores, meaning that 32 teams enter the final stage.

The winner of this competition will be rewarded with a spot in two different tournaments. First off, they will get to play in the Recopa Sudamericana against the winner of the Copa Libertadores. Furthermore, the champions of this competition will also enter the group stage of the Copa Libertadores.

El ganador de este torneo se hace acreedor a dos premios deportivos. Primero, el campeón podrá jugar la Recopa Sudamericana ante el equipo que gane la Copa Libertadores. Además, el campeón se hace con un cupo para disputar la Copa Libertadores del año siguiente a partir de la fase de grupos.

The KO Stage of this tournament is played by all 32 teams on a two-legged format, with the team holding the highest seeding number hosting the return leg. The final tie of this competition was played in similar fashion until the 2018 edition, but CONMEBOL execs decided to have the title clash played at a neutral venue starting in the 2019 edition.

The 2018 Copa Sudamericana kicked off on February 13 and came to an end on December 12. Brazilian side Atlético Paranaense won the title by beating Junior de Barranquilla in the title clash. This was the first-ever title in this tournament for the Brazilian outfit.

The 2019 edition of the Copa Sudamericana will kick off on February 5, with the last game scheduled to be played on November 9, 2019. General Pablo Rojas Stadium, located in Paraguay’s capital Asunción, has been elected by CONMEBOL to host the title clash.

Did you know? Argentine clubs Boca Juniors and Independiente are the most winning sides in this tournament with two titles each. Los Xeneizes won back-to-back titles in 2004 and 2005, while Independiente earned their titles in 2010 and 2017. Eight different Argentine clubs have won this competition since its inception.

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