Copa Sudamericana

Copa Sudamericana Finals 2002 to 2018

The Copa Sudamericana is an annual international club football competition organized by the CONMEBOL since 2002.
It is the second most prestigious club competition in South American football. Tables for Finals & Order of Merit.

Copa Sudamericana Finals 2002 to 2018

Season Winner Score Runner-up
2002 San Lorenzo 4 – 0 / 0 – 0 Atlético Nacional
Aggregate 4 – 2
2003 Cienciano 1 – 0 / 3 – 3 River Plate
Aggregate 4 – 3
2004 Boca Juniors 2 – 0 / 0 – 1 Bolivar
Aggregate 2 – 1
2005 Boca Juniors 1 – 1 / 1 – 1 UNAM
Penalties 4 – 3
2006 Pachuca 1 – 1 / 2 – 1 Colo-Colo
Aggregate 3 – 2
2007 Arsenal de Sarandí 1 – 2 / 3 – 2 América
Away Goals
2008 Internacional 1 – 1 / 1 – 0 Estudiantes L.P.
Aggregate 2 – 1
2009 LDU Quito 5 – 1 / 0 – 3 Fluminense
Aggregate 5 – 4
2010 Independiente 3 – 1 / 0 – 2 Goiás Esporte Clube
Penalties 5 – 3
2011 Universidad de Chile 3 – 0 / 1 – 0 LDU Quito
Aggreagate 4 – 0
2012 São Paulo 2 – 0 / 0 – 0 Tigre
Aggregate 2 – 0
2013 Lanús 1 – 1 / 2 – 0 Ponte Preta
Aggregate 3 – 1
2014 River Plate 1 – 1 / 2 – 0 Atlético Nacional
Aggregate 3 – 2
2015 Huracán 0 – 0 / 0 – 0 Santa Fe
Aggreagate 0 – 0
2016 Atlético Nacional Cancelled due to crash of LaMia Flight 2933 Chapecoense
Title awarded to Chapecoense
2017 Independiente 2 – 1 / 1 – 1 Flamengo
Aggregate 3 – 2
2018 Junior 1 – 1 / 1 – 1 Atlético Paranaense
Aggregate 2 – 2
2019

Clubs Wins 2nd Years as Winner
Boca Juniors

Argentina Football

2 2004, 2005
Independiente

Argentina Football

2 2010, 2017
LDU Quito

Ecuador football

1 1 2009
River Plate

Argentina Football

1 1 2014
San Lorenzo

Argentina Football

1 2002
Cienciano

Peru football

1 2003
Pachuca

Mexico Football

1 2006
Arsenal de Sarandí

Argentina Football

1 2007
Internacional

Brazil Football

1 2008
Universidad de Chile

Chile Football

1 2011
São Paulo

Brazil Football

1 2012
Lanús

Argentina Football

1 2013
Sante Fe

Colombia Football

1 2015
Chapecoense

Brazil Football

1 2016
Athletico Paranaense

Brazil Football

1 2018
Atlético Nacional

Colombia Football

1
River Plate

Argentina Football

1
Bolivar

Bolivia Football

1
UNAM

Mexico Football

1
Colo-Colo

Chile Football

1
América

Mexico Football

1
Estudiantes L.P.

Argentina Football

1
Fluminense

Brazil Football

1
Goiás Esporte Clube

Brazil Football

1
Tigre

Argentina Football

1
Ponte Preta

Brazil Football

1
Totals 17 13
Clubs by Countries Wins 2nd
Argentina

Argentina Football

6 3
Brazil

Brazil Football

2 3
Mexico

Mexico Football

1 2
Chile

Chile Football

1 1
Ecuador

Ecuador football

1 1
Peru

Peru football

1
Colombia

Colombia Football

1
Bolivia

Bolivia Football

1
Totals 12 12

 

 

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