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Supercopa Sudamericana (English: South American Supercup, Portuguese: Supercopa Sul-americana), also known as Supercopa João Havelange was a competition played from 1988 to 1997 by the past winners of Copa Libertadores. It was replaced by Copa Mercosur and Copa Merconorte in 1998, cups that both replaced Copa Conmebol in 2000 for making only one international club competition in the second semester of the year.

Teams invited to play Supercopa

Argentina



Brazil



Chile



Colombia



Paraguay



Uruguay



¹Vasco was admitted as winners of the 1948 South American Club Championship.

Tournament results

Season Winner Score Runner-up
1988

Details
Racing 2 - 1 (H) / 1 - 1 (A)

Aggregate: 3-2
Cruzeiromarker
1989

Details
Boca Juniors 0 - 0 (A) / 0 - 0 (H)

Aggregate: 0-0 (5-3 p.k.)
Independiente
1990

Details
Olimpia 3 - 0 (A) / 3 - 3 (H)

Aggregate: 6-3
Nacional
1991

Details
Cruzeiromarker 0 - 2 (A) / 3 - 0 (H)

Aggregate: 3-2
River Plate
1992

Details
Cruzeiromarker 4 - 0 (H) / 0 - 1 (A)

Aggregate: 4-1
Racing
1993

Details
São Paulo 2 - 2 (A) / 2 - 2 (H)

Aggregate: 4-4 (5-4 p.k.)
Flamengo
1994

Details
Independiente 1 - 1 (A) / 1 – 0 (H)

Aggregate: 2-1
Boca Juniors
1995

Details
Independiente 2 - 0 (H) / 0 – 1 (A)

Aggregate: 2-1
Flamengo
1996

Details
Vélez Sarsfield 1 - 0 (A) / 2 - 0 (H)

Aggregate: 2-1
Cruzeiromarker
1997

Details
River Plate 0 - 0 (A) / 2 - 1 (H)

Aggregate: 2-1
São Paulo


  • Key:
    • (H) - Home match.
    • (A) - Away match.
    • p.k. - Match decided on penalty kicks.


Cups by team

2 titles



1 title



Cups by country

  • 6 times
  • 3 times
  • 1 time


See also



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