Well this is awkward. Colombian club Independiente Santa Fe and Brazil’s Santos squared off in Copa Libertadores group-stage match Wednesday at El Campin stadium in Bogota. Before the match took place, the public-address announcer asked for a moment of silence for Santos player Ricardo Oliveira. There was just one problem: Oliveira not only is very […]
Before the start of Independiente Santa Fe and Santos FC Copa Libertadores group stage match on Wednesday night in Bogotá, Colombian club Santa Fe intended to honor former Santos player Alexandre de Carvalho Kaneko, who recently died. Instead, they memorialized current Santos striker Ricardo Oliveira, who was… Read more...
Chapecó (Brazil) (AFP) – Chapecoense made an emotional but ultimately disappointing home debut in the Copa Libertadores losing their biggest hometown match since a plane crash all but wiped out the Brazilian club. The team, which isShow More Summary
Two Botafogo players combined to score just about the most Brazilian goal imaginable last night in the Copa Libertadores. Guess they better start calling it the Jogo Bicicleta! Read more...
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Months after losing most of their squad in an air crash, Chapecoense make their debut in the Copa Libertadores.
The Copa Libertadores enters its Group Stage starting March 7, and will be shown to viewers in the United States. But there’s good news and bad news. First, the bad news is that with the release of its schedule for at least the first...Show More Summary
The Copa Libertadores, South America’s top club competition, enters its 3rd Preliminary Round this week. FOX Sports hold the English and Spanish-language rights in the US and have shown the matches from the previous 2 Preliminary Rounds exclusively on their streaming service FOX Soccer 2GO. Show More Summary
We have a new preview on http://www.007soccerpicks.com/blog/soccer-news/atletico-tucumans-tumultuous-copa-libertadores-journey/ Atletico Tucuman’s tumultuous Copa Libertadores journey $inline_image Atletico Tucuman are through to the next stage of the Copa Libertadores. Show More Summary
Suarez, Uruguayan idol Think Uruguay, and you think Luis Suarez. In ‘el paisito’ of just 3 million inhabitants, Suarez is undoubtedly the most famous living Uruguayan in the world. And for all the glory he’s achieved at club level, he’s always remained fiercely proud of representing his country. Indeed, his nationalistic passion has often gotten […]
Atletico Nacional won the Copa Libertadores last night over Ecuadorian side Independiente del Valle. The title is Nacional’s second continental championship, and their first in the post-Pablo Escobar era. Fans are, of course, celebrating their team’s title vigorously. Here’s a look at the in-stadium party during the ceremony. Read more...
Medellín (Colombia) (AFP) – Colombian giants Atletico Nacional won the Copa Libertadores for only the second time in their history after a 1-0 victory over Ecuadoran minnows Independiente del Valle secured a 2-1 aggregate triumph. Newly...Show More Summary
South America: The Copa Libertadores title is up for grabs and will be decided in Medellin next Wednesday as Independiente del Valle of Ecuador and Colombia’s Atletico Nacional tied 1-1 in the first leg of the finals. United States:Show More Summary
Quito (AFP) – Ecuadoran minnows Independiente del Valle upset Argentinian giants Boca Juniors 2-1 in the first leg of their Copa Libertadores semi-final clash. Independiente, playing in the semi-finals of South America’s most prestigious...Show More Summary
Sao Paulo (AFP) – Colombia champions Atletico Nacional took a giant stride towards their first Copa Libertadores final appearance in more than two decades after scoring a stunning 2-0 away leg victory over Brazilian giants Sao Paulo....Show More Summary
In the final stages of the Copa Libertadores, Boca Juniors and Nacional face-off at Estadio Gran Parque Central in the first leg of their quarterfinal matchup.
Playing the second leg of their Copa Libertadores matchup, Boca Juniors host Nacional at Estadio Alberto Jose Armando in Argentina.
Boca Juniors keeper Agustín Orion appeared to be knocked out after taking a blow to the head in the first half of his team’s Copa Libertadores match against Cerro Porteño tonight in Buenos Aires, but stayed in the match after several minutes of laying motionless on the pitch. Read more...
Take a bow Ramon Abila! The 26-year-old Argentine striker scored one of the finest goals of his career on Tuesday night, in the Copa Libertadores. Unfortunately for Abila and Huracan, the overhead kick which sailed into the Atletico Nacional net was in vain as the Argentine side lost 4-2 on the night, and on the […]
Venezuelan soccer club Deportivo Táchin knocked off Mexican club UNAM 1-0 in the first leg of their Copa Libertadores round of 16 matchup on Tuesday. That’s a pretty big deal for folks who follow South American club soccer, seeing as how Deportivo is the no. 15 seed and UNAM is the no. 2 seed. However, […]