2013 Copa Libertadores

2013 Copa Santander Libertadores de América
Copa Santander Libertadores de América 2013
Copa Santander Libertadores da América 2013
Tournament details
Teams 38 (from 11 associations)
2012
2014 →

The 2013 Copa Libertadores de América (officially the 2013 Copa Santander Libertadores de América for sponsorship reasons) will be the 54th edition of the Copa Libertadores, CONMEBOL's premier international club tournament. The winner will play in the 2014 Recopa Sudamericana and the best-placed non-Mexican team will play in the 2013 FIFA Club World Cup.

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Qualified teams

The following entry list is based on the format of the most recent Copa Libertadores (2011), and is subject to change by CONMEBOL.

Association Team (Berth) Qualification method
TBD (Defending champion) 2012 Copa Libertadores champion
Argentina Argentina
5 berths
(Argentina 1) 2012 Clausura champion[1]
(Argentina 2) 2012 Apertura champion[1]
(Argentina 3) Best 2012 aggregate among non-champions[1]
(Argentina 4) 2nd best 2012 aggregate among non-champions[1]
(Argentina 5) Best performance in the 2012 Copa Sudamericana not already qualified[1]
Bolivia Bolivia
3 berths
(Bolivia 1) 2012 Clausura champion[2]
(Bolivia 2) TBC
(Bolivia 3) 2012 Clausura runner-up[2] Note SUD
Brazil Brazil
5 berths
(Brazil 1) TBC
(Brazil 2) TBC
(Brazil 3) TBC
(Brazil 4) TBC
(Brazil 5) TBC Note SUD
Chile Chile
3 berths
(Chile 1) TBC
(Chile 2) TBC
(Chile 3) TBC Note SUD
Colombia Colombia
3 berths
(Colombia 1) TBC
(Colombia 2) TBC
(Colombia 3) TBC Note SUD
Ecuador Ecuador
3 berths
(Ecuador 1) TBC
(Ecuador 2) TBC
(Ecuador 3) TBC Note SUD
Paraguay Paraguay
3 berths
(Paraguay 1) TBC
(Paraguay 2) TBC
(Paraguay 3) TBC Note SUD
Peru Peru
3 berths
(Peru 1) TBC
(Peru 2) TBC
(Peru 3) TBC Note SUD
Uruguay Uruguay
3 berths
(Uruguay 1) 2011–12 Primera División champion
(Uruguay 2) 2011–12 Primera División runner-up
(Uruguay 3) 2011–12 Primera División best-placed non-finalist Note SUD
Venezuela Venezuela
3 berths
(Venezuela 1) 2011–12 Primera División champion
(Venezuela 2) 2011–12 Primera División runner-up
(Venezuela 3) 2011–12 Primera División best-placed non-finalist Note SUD
Mexico Mexico
(CONCACAF)
3 invitees
(Mexico 1) TBC
(Mexico 2) TBC
(Mexico 3) TBC
Notes
  • Copa Sudamericana (SUD): If the 2012 Copa Sudamericana champion is from this country and they have not otherwise qualified, they will take this berth instead of the team designated here.

See also

  • 2013 FIFA Club World Cup
  • 2013 Copa Sudamericana
  • 2014 Recopa Sudamericana

References

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