Brazilian clubs in Copa Conmebol

Overall participations

    5  Atl�tico Mineiro

    3  Bragantino
       Fluminense

    2  Botafogo
       Corinthians
       Gr�mio
       Vasco
       Vit�ria

    1  Am�rica (RN)
       Cear�
       CSA
       Guarani
       Palmeiras
       Paran�
       Portuguesa
       Rio Branco (AC)
       Sampaio Corr�a
       Santos
       S�o Paulo
       S�o Raimundo (AM)
       Vila Nova (GO)

Consecutive participations

 2 years: Atl�tico Mineiro (1992-1993)
          Bragantino (1992-1993)
          Fluminense (1992-1993)
          Botafogo (1993-1994)
          Corinthians (1994-1995)
          Atl�tico Mineiro (1997-1998)

Participations by edition

1992: CA Bragantino (runner-up of Campeonato Brasileiro 1991)
      C Atl�tico Mineiro (3rd place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1991)
      Fluminense FC (4th place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1991)
      Gr�mio FBPA (runner-up of Copa do Brasil 1991)

1993: C Atl�tico Mineiro (winner of Copa Conmebol 1992)
      Botafogo FR (runner-up of Campeonato Brasileiro 1992)
      CR Vasco da Gama (3rd place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1992)
      CA Bragantino (4th place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1992)
      Fluminense FC (runner-up of Copa do Brasil 1992)

1994: Botafogo FR (winner of Copa Conmebol 1993)
      EC Vit�ria (runner-up of Campeonato Brasileiro 1993)
      SC Corinthians P (3rd place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1993)
      S�o Paulo FC (4th place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1993)
      Gr�mio FBPA (runner-up of Copa do Brasil 1993)

1995: SC Corinthians P (runner-up of Campeonato Brasileiro 1994)
      Guarani FC (3rd place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1994)
      C Atl�tico Mineiro (4th place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1994)
      Cear� SC (runner-up of Copa do Brasil 1994)

Obs: S�o Paulo (winner of Copa Conmebol 1994) didn't play since CBF stated that no team
could play both Supercopa Libertadores and Copa Conmebol.

O S�o Paulo (campe�o da Copa Conmebol 1994) n�o participou em raz�o de a CBF ter
determinado que nenhum clube poderia disputar simultaneamente a Supercopa Libertadores e
a Copa Conmebol.

1996: Fluminense FC (4th place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1995)
      SE Palmeiras (5th place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1995)
      CA Bragantino (6th place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1995)
      CR Vasco da Gama (semifinalist of Copa do Brasil 1995)

Obs: Santos (runner-up of Campeonato Brasileiro 1995), Cruzeiro (3rd place of Campeonato
Brasileiro 1995 and Gr�mio (runner-up of Copa do Brasil 1995) didn't play since CBF stated 
that no team could play both Supercopa Libertadores and Copa Conmebol.

Santos (vice-campe�o do Campeonato Brasileiro 1995), Cruzeiro (3� colocado do Campeonato
Brasileiro 1995) e Gr�mio (vice-campe�o da Copa do Brasil 1995) n�o participaram em raz�o
de a CBF ter determinado que nenhum clube poderia disputar simultaneamente a Supercopa
Libertadores e a Copa Conmebol.

1997: A Portuguesa D (runner-up of Campeonato Brasileiro 1996)
      C Atl�tico Mineiro (3rd place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1996)
      EC Vit�ria (winner of Copa Nordeste 1997)
      Rio Branco FC (winner of Copa Norte 1997)

1998: C Atl�tico Mineiro (4th place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1997)
      Santos FC (7th place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1997)
      Am�rica FC (winner of Copa Nordeste 1998)
      Sampaio Corr�a FC (winner of Copa Norte 1998)

Obs: Palmeiras (runner-up of Campeonato Brasileiro 1997) and Flamengo (5th place of
Campeonato Brasileiro 1997) apparently didn't play due to CBF stated that no team could
play both Copa Mercosul and Copa Conmebol;
Internacional (3rd place of Campeonato Brasileiro 1997) and Portuguesa (6th place of
Campeonato Brasileiro 1997) apparently had not interest to play Copa Conmebol.

Palmeiras (vice-campe�o do Campeonato Brasileiro 1997) e Flamengo (5� colocado do Campeonato
Brasileiro de 1997) n�o participaram aparentemente por determina��o da CBF de que nenhum
clube poderia disputar simultaneamente as Copas Mercosul e Conmebol.
Internacional (3� colocado do Campeonato Brasileiro 1997) e Portuguesa (5� colocada do
Campeonato Brasileiro 1997) aparentemente n�o se interessaram em disputar a Copa Conmebol.

1999: Paran� Clube (runner-up of Copa Sul 1999)
      CSA (4th place of Copa Nordeste 1999)
      Vila Nova FC (runner-up of Copa Centro-Oeste 1999)
      S�o Raimundo EC (winner of Copa Norte 1999)

Obs: Gr�mio (winner of Copa Sul 1999) and Cruzeiro (winner of Copa Centro-Oeste 1999)
apparently didn't play due to CBF stated that no team could play both Copa Mercosul
and Copa Conmebol;
Vit�ria (winner of Copa Nordeste 1999), Bahia (runner-up of Copa Nordeste 1999) and
Sport Recife (3rd place of Copa Nordeste 1999) had not interest to play Copa Conmebol.

Gr�mio (campe�o da Copa Sul 1999) e Cruzeiro (campe�o da Copa Centro-Oeste 1999) n�o 
participaram aparentemente por determina��o da CBF de que nenhum clube poderia disputar 
simultaneamente as Copas Mercosul e Conmebol.
Vit�ria (campe�o da Copa Nordeste 1999), Bahia (vice-campe�o da Copa Nordeste 1999) e
Sport Recife (3� colocado da Copa Nordeste 1999) n�o se interessaram em disputar a Copa 
Conmebol.


Participations by cities of origin

Rio de Janeiro     7 (Fluminense 3, Botafogo 2, Vasco 2)
Belo Horizonte     5 (Atl�tico Mineiro 5)
S�o Paulo          5 (Corinthians 2, Palmeiras 1, Portuguesa 1, S�o Paulo 1)
Bragan�a Paulista  3 (Bragantino 3)
Porto Alegre       2 (Gr�mio 2)
Salvador           2 (Vit�ria 2)
Campinas           1 (Guarani 1)
Curitiba           1 (Paran� 1)
Fortaleza          1 (Cear� 1)
Goi�nia            1 (Vila Nova 1)
Macei�             1 (CSA 1)
Manaus             1 (S�o Raimundo 1)
Natal              1 (Am�rica 1)
Rio Branco         1 (Rio Branco 1)
Santos             1 (Santos 1)
S�o Lu�s           1 (Sampaio Corr�a 1)

Participations by states of origin

S�o Paulo         10 (S�o Paulo, Bragan�a Paulista, Campinas, Santos)
Rio de Janeiro     7 (Rio de Janeiro)
Minas Gerais       5 (Belo Horizonte)
Rio Grande do Sul  2 (Porto Alegre)
Bahia              2 (Salvador)
Acre               1 (Rio Branco)
Alagoas            1 (Macei�)
Amazonas           1 (Manaus)
Cear�              1 (Fortaleza)
Goi�s              1 (Goi�nia)
Maranh�o           1 (S�o Lu�s)
Paran�             1 (Curitiba)
Rio Gde. do Norte  1 (Natal)

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Last updated: 02 Nov 2010

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