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The Recopa Sudamericana ( ; ) is an annual football match-up between the reigning champions of the previous year's Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana. It is analogous to its European counterpart, the UEFA Super Cup.

Since the competition takes place in the mid-summer, it's disputed between the champions of the previous year's forementioned competitions. Because of this, some count the year of the championship by the qualification year rather than that of the competition itself. Thus, CONMEBOL states that Nacional from Uruguaymarker won the first Recopa of 1989, whereas the RSSSF refers to that championship as Recopa 1988.

Format

The Recopa is contested over a two-legged tie, usually no more than two weeks apart. The first leg is held at the home field of the Copa Sudamericana champion, and the second leg is played at the home field of the Copa Libertadores champion. The teams accumulate points as per the results of the match (3 for a win, 1 for a draw, 0 for a loss). The team with the most points after both legs wins the Recopa. Ties in points will be broken first by goal difference, then by away goals, and lastly by a penalty shootout after regulation of the second leg.

History

The tournament has been played since 1989. From 1989 to 1998, the match was played between the reigning champions of Copa Libertadores de America and the defunct Supercopa Sudamericana, which was last disputed in 1997. The 1990 edition was played in Miamimarker, USAmarker. The 1991 edition was not played because Olimpia won both Copa Libertadores and Supercopa Sudamericana.

From 1992 to 1997, the competition was played in Japanmarker. The 1993 edition was played also as part of the Campeonato Brasileiro, between Cruzeiromarker and São Paulo, due to schedule congestion. The 1994 edition was played between São Paulo and Copa CONMEBOL reigning champion Botafogo, because São Paulo had won both Copa Libertadores and Supercopa. The 1998 edition matches were only played in 1999, also as part of Copa Mercosur, between Cruzeiromarker and River Plate.

The competition was not played from 1999 to 2002. The 2003 edition was played in Los Angelesmarker, USA, between the reigning champions of Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana. The 2004 edition was played in Fort Lauderdalemarker, USA. The 2005 edition was again played on a home-and-away basis.

Finals

Season Champion Score Runner-up Venue Location
1989
Details
Nacional 1–0 Racingmarker Estadio Centenariomarker Montevideo, Uruguay
0–0 Estadio José Amalfitanimarker Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nacional won 4–1 on points

1990
Details
Boca Juniors 1–0 Atlético Nacional Miami Orange Bowlmarker Miami, Florida, USA
Boca Juniors won the single final

1991
Details
Olimpia won both Copa Libertadores 1990 and Supercopa Sudamericana 1990. Declared champion.

1992
Details
Colo-Colo 0–0 Cruzeiromarker Unknown Kobe, Japan
Colo-Colo won 5–4 in a penalty shootout *

1993
Details
São Paulo 0–0 Cruzeiromarker Estádio do Morumbimarker São Paulo, Brazil
0–0 Estádio Mineirãomarker Belo Horizonte, Brazil
2–2 on points, 0–0 on aggregate, São Paulo won 4–2 in a penalty shootout *

1994
Details
São Paulo 3–1 Botafogo Unknown Kobe, Japan
São Paulo won the single final

1995
Details
Independiente 1–0 Vélez Sársfield Unknown Tokyo, Japan
Independiente won the single final

1996
Details
Grêmio 4–1 Independiente Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadiummarker Kobe, Japan
Grêmio won the single final

1997
Details
Vélez Sársfield 1–1 River Plate Unknown Tokyo, Japan
Vélez Sársfield won 4–2 in a penalty shootout *

1998
Details
Cruzeiromarker 2–0 River Plate Estádio Mineirãomarker Belo Horizonte, Brazil
3–0 Estadio Antonio V.marker Libertimarker Buenos Aires, Argentina
Cruzeiro won 6–0 on points

2003
Details
Olimpia 2–0 San Lorenzo Los Angeles Memorial Coliseummarker Los Angeles, California, USA
Olimpia won the single final

2004
Details
Cienciano 1–1 Boca Juniors Lockhart Stadiummarker Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Cienciano won 4–2 in a penalty shootout *

2005
Details
Boca Juniors 3–1 Once Caldas Estadio Alberto J.marker Armandomarker Buenos Aires, Argentina
1–2 Estadio Palograndemarker Manizales, Colombia
3–3 on points, Boca Juniors won 4–3 on aggregate

2006
Details
Boca Juniors 2–1 São Paulo Estadio Alberto J.marker Armandomarker Buenos Aires, Argentina
2–2 Estádio do Morumbimarker São Paulo, Brazil
Boca Juniors won 4–1 on points

2007
Details
Internacional 1–2 Pachuca Estadio Hidalgomarker Pachuca, Mexico
4–0 Estádio José P.marker Borbamarker Porto Alegre, Brazil
3–3 on points, Internacional won 5–2 on aggregate

2008
Details
Boca Juniors 1–3 Arsenal Estadio Juan D. Perón Avellaneda, Argentina
2–2 Estadio Alberto J.marker Armandomarker Buenos Aires, Argentina
Boca Juniors won 4–1 on points

2009
Details
LDU Quito 1–0 Internacional Estádio José P.marker Borbamarker Porto Alegremarker, Brazilmarker
3–0 Estadio La Casa Blancamarker Quitomarker, Ecuadormarker
LDU Quito won 6–0 on points


Key
* Winner won by a penalty shootout after extra time


Performances

By club

Team Winners Runners-Up Years Won Years Runner-Up
Boca Juniors 4 1 (1990, 2005, 2006, 2008) (2004)
São Paulo 2 1 (1993, 1994) (2006)
Olimpia 2 0 (1991, 2003) -
Cruzeiromarker 1 2 (1998) (1992, 1993)
Independiente 1 1 (1995) (1996)
Internacional 1 1 (2007) (2009)
Vélez Sarsfield 1 1 (1997) (1995)
LDU Quito 1 0 (2009) -
Grêmio 1 0 (1996) -
Nacional 1 0 (1989) -
Cienciano 1 0 (2004) -
Colo-Colo 1 0 (1992) -


By country

Nation Winners Runners-up
6 8
5 5
2 0
1 0
1 0
1 0
1 0


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