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1979 Copa Libertadores

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Champions  Olimpia (1st title)
Champion  Club Olimpia
Teams  21
Matches played  75
Runners-up  Boca Juniors
Dates  24 Feb 1979 – 27 Jul 1979
Goals scored  212
1979 Copa Libertadores FGAsports HACE 32 AOS OLIMPIA SILENCIABA LA BOMBONERA
Similar  1980 Copa Libertadores, 1969 Copa Libertadores, 1965 Copa Libertadores, 1975 Copa Libertadores, 1970 Copa Libertadores

The 1979 Copa Libertadores represented the 20th edition of the tournament, in which saw Olimpia of Paraguay win the title for the first time. This allowed the Paraguayan side to play the Intercontinental Cup against Malmö FF of Sweden, in which the South American side won.

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Qualified teams

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  • Argentina
  • Boca Juniors (1978 Libertadores Champion)
  • Independiente (Champion of Campeonato Nacional Argentino 1978)
  • Quilmes (Champion of Campeonato Metropolitano Argentino 1978)
  • Bolivia
  • Bolívar (Champion of Campeonato Boliviano 1978)
  • Jorge Wilsterman (Runners-up of Campeonato Boliviano 1978)
  • Brazil
  • Guarani (Champion of Campeonato Brasileiro 1978)
  • Palmeiras (Runners-up of Campeonato Brasileiro 1978)
  • Chile
  • Palestino (Champion of Campeonato Chileno 1978)
  • O’Higgins (Winner Liga Pre-Libertadores 1978)
  • Colombia
  • Millonarios (Champion of 1978 Campeonato Profesional)
  • Deportivo Cali (Runners-up of 1978 Campeonato Profesional)
  • Ecuador
  • El Nacional (Champion of Campeonato Ecuatoriano 1978)
  • Técnico Universitario (Runners-up of Campeonato Ecuatoriano 1978)
  • Paraguay
  • Olimpia (Champion of Campeonato Paraguayo 1978)
  • Sol de América (Runners-up of Campeonato Paraguayo 1978)
  • Peru
  • Alianza Lima (Champion of Campeonato Peruano 1978)
  • Universitario (Runners-up of Campeonato Peruano 1978)
  • Uruguay
  • Peñarol (Champion of Liga Pre-Libertadores 1978)
  • Nacional (Runners-up of Liga Pré-Libertadores 1978)
  • Venezuela
  • Portuguesa (Champion of Campeonato Venezuelano 1978)
  • Galicia (Runners-up of Campeonato Venezuelano 1978)
  • Group stage

    Boca Juniors, of Argentina skips to semifinals as current champions.

    Top-scorers

    6 goles
    Juan José Oré (Universitario)
    Miltäo (Guaraní)

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    References

    1979 Copa Libertadores Wikipedia


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