Brazilian clubs in Recopa Sudamericana and minor South American Cups

Brazilian clubs in Recopa Sudamericana

Overall participations

    4  São Paulo

    3  Cruzeiro
       Internacional

    1  Atlético Mineiro
       Botafogo
       Chapecoense
       Corinthians
       Grêmio
       Santos

Consecutive participations

2 years: Cruzeiro (1992-1993)
         São Paulo (1993-1994)

Participations by edition

1989 to 1991: none

1992: Cruzeiro EC (winner of Supercopa Libertadores 1991)

1993: São Paulo FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1992)
      Cruzeiro EC (winner of Supercopa Libertadores 1992)

1994: São Paulo FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1993 and winner of Supercopa Libertadores 1993)
      Botafogo FR (winner of Copa Conmebol 1993, "replacing" São Paulo)

1995: none

1996: Grêmio FBPA (winner of Taça Libertadores 1995)

1997: none

1998: Cruzeiro EC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1997)

1999 to 2002: competition not played

2003 to 2005: none

2006: São Paulo FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 2005)

2007: SC Internacional (winner of Taça Libertadores 2006)

2008: none

2009: SC Internacional (winner of Copa Sul-Americana 2008)

2010: none

2011: SC Internacional (winner of Taça Libertadores 2010)

2012: Santos FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 2011)

2013: SC Corinthians P (winner of Taça Libertadores 2012)
      São Paulo FC (winner of Copa Sul-Americana 2012)

2014: C Atlético Mineiro (winner of Taça Libertadores 2013)

2015 to 2016: none

2017: A Chapecoense F (winner of Copa Sul-Americana 2016)

Brazilian clubs in Minor South American Cups
(including minor intercontinental cups organized by Conmebol)

Overall participations

    5  São Paulo

    4  Cruzeiro

    2  Atlético Mineiro
       Chapecoense
       Santos

    1  Botafogo
       Flamengo
       Grêmio
       Internacional
       Vasco

Participations by edition

Supercopa de Campeones Intercontinentales 1969: Santos FC (winner of World/Intercontinental Cup 1962 and 1963)

Recopa Mundial 1969: Santos FC (winner of Supercopa de Campeones Intercontinentales 1969) 

Supercopa Master 1992: Cruzeiro EC (winner of Supercopa Libertadores 1991)

Copa de Oro 1993: C Atlético Mineiro (winner of Copa Conmebol 1992)
                  Cruzeiro EC (winner of Supercopa Libertadores 1992)
                  São Paulo FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1992)

Supercopa Master 1994: Cruzeiro EC (winner of Supercopa Libertadores 1991 and 1992)

Copa de Oro 1995: Cruzeiro EC (winner of Supercopa Master 1994)
                  São Paulo FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1993)

Copa Master Conmebol 1996: C Atlético Mineiro (winner of Copa Conmebol 1992)
                           Botafogo FR (winner of Copa Conmebol 1993)
                           São Paulo FC (winner of Copa Conmebol 1994)

Copa de Oro 1996: CR Flamengo (runner-up of Supercopa Libertadores 1995, replacing Independiente)
                  Grêmio FBPA (winner of Taça Libertadores 1995)
                  São Paulo FC (winner of Copa Master Conmebol 1996)

Copa Interamericana 1999: CR Vasco da Gama (winner of Taça Libertadores 1998)

Copa Suruga Bank 2009: SC Internacional (winner of Copa Sul-Americana 2008)

Copa Suruga Bank 2013: São Paulo FC (winner of Copa Sul-Americana 2012)

Copa Suruga Bank 2017: A Chapecoense F (winner of Copa Sul-Americana 2016)

Supercopa Euroamericana 2017: A Chapecoense F (winner of Copa Sul-Americana 2016)


Obs: The following minor cups had not Brazilian participants: Copa Interamericana: 1968 to 1997 (this cup was not played in several years during this period) Copa de Ganadores de Copas: 1970 and 1971 Copa Suruga Bank: 2008, 2010 to 2012, 2014 to 2016 Supercopa Euroamericana: 2015 and 2016

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Author: Marcelo Leme de Arruda (mlarruda@terra.com.br)
Last updated: 22 Dec 2016

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