Saturday, January 21, 2017


On Monday, at Estadio Olimpico Patria, in Sucre, Bolivia, Universitario will host Montevideo Wanderers opening the curtain of a new Copa Libertadores. This year, the tournament will be special for many reasons.

With an annual format (from January to December) and an increase in the number of teams (from 38 to 47), this new edition will have several teams with great history and many newcomers.

Defending champions, Atletico Nacional, is preparing to retain the title. But it will have tough opponents like River Plate, San Lorenzo, Palmeiras, Penarol, Universidad Catolica, Flamengo and many more. The great absentees will be Boca Juniors, Independiente, Corinthians, Sao Paulo, Bolivar, Cerro Porteno and Universidad de Chile.

Six clubs will make their first campaign in this continental competition: Atlético Tucuman (Argentina), Sport Boys (Bolivia), Chapecoense (Brazil), Deportivo Capiata (Paraguay), Zulia and Carabobo (both from Venezuela).

Argentina will have six representatives. In addition to the already mentioned River, San Lorenzo and Atletico Tucuman, Lanus (defending league champions), Godoy Cruz and Estudiantes de La Plata will also be participating. Estudiantes' president Juan Sebastian Veron will return to the field after his retirement in 2014.

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