Soccer: South American Cup

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2016: Chapecoense
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Soccer: South American Cup, Titles by Team

Information about the international soccer tournament South American Cup including titles by team, logos, links, results and other data.

After the Copa Merconorte and the Copa Mercosur were discontinued, a Pan-American club cup competition was intended, under the name of Copa Pan-Americana, but instead, a South American clubs only tournament was created. In 2003, the Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan Motors started sponsoring the tournament. Thus, the competition has since been officially called Copa Nissan Sudamericana. Also, Brazilian teams participated for the first time, after refusing to play in the first edition due to scheduling conflicts with the Campeonato Brasileiro.

South American Cup, Titles by Team

Champion  
Titles
Years
Boca Juniors Logo
Boca Juniors

(Argentina)
2 -
South American Cup South American Cup
2004 against Bolívar
2005 against UNAM
Arsenal de Sarandí Logo
Arsenal de Sarandí

(Argentina)
1 -
South American Cup
2007 against América

Chapecoense
(Brazil)
1 -
South American Cup
2016 against Atlético Nacional
Cienciano Logo
Cienciano

(Peru)
1 -
South American Cup
2003 against River Plate
Independiente Logo
Independiente

(Argentina)
1 -
South American Cup
2010 against Goias
Independiente Santa Fe Logo
Independiente Santa Fe

(Colombia)
1 -
South American Cup
2015 against Huracán
Internacional Logo
Internacional

(Brazil)
1 -
South American Cup
2008 against Estudiantes
Lanús Logo
Lanús

(Argentina)
1 -
South American Cup
2013 against Ponte Preta
Liga de Quito Logo
Liga de Quito

(Ecuador)
1 -
South American Cup
2009 against Fluminense
Pachuca Logo
Pachuca

(Mexico)
1 -
South American Cup
2006 against Colo Colo
River Plate Logo
River Plate

(Argentina)
1 -
South American Cup
2014 against Atlético Nacional
San Lorenzo Logo
San Lorenzo

(Argentina)
1 -
South American Cup
2002 against Atlético Nacional
Sao Paulo Logo
Sao Paulo

(Brazil)
1 -
South American Cup
2012 against Tigre
Universidad de Chile Logo
Universidad de Chile

(Chile)
1 -
South American Cup
2011 against Liga de Quito