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1996 Copa Libertadores

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Runners-up  América
Dates  13 Mar 1996 – 26 Jun 1996
Goals scored  252
Champion  Club Atlético River Plate
Teams  21
Matches played  90
1996 Copa Libertadores Panoramio Photo of Copa Libertadores River Plate 1996 Estadio
Champions  River Plate (2nd title)
Similar  1986 Copa Libertadores, 1995 Copa Libertadores, 1997 Copa Libertadores, 1994 Copa Libertadores, 1973 Copa Libertadores

The 1996 edition of Copa Libertadores was the 37th in the tournament's history. Twenty-one teams participated in the competition. River Plate, of Argentina, won the tournament for their second time. The tournament began on March 13 and ended on June 26.

Contents

1996 Copa Libertadores Video A 15 aos de River campen de la Copa Libertadores 1996

Group stage

1996 Copa Libertadores Un 26 de junio como hoy River sala campen de la Copa Libertadores

Twenty teams were divided into five groups of four teams each for the Group Stage. The top three teams of each group, as well as Grêmio (who received a bye as winners of the previous year's edition of the tournament) qualified to the Round of 16.

Round of 16

First leg matches were played between April 30 and May 2. Second leg matches were played on May 8 and May 9.

Quarter-Finals

1996 Copa Libertadores River campen Copa Libertadores 1996 Goalcom

First leg matches were played on May 15. Second leg matches were played on May 22 and May 24.

Second leg

River Plate won 3–2 on aggregate.

Second leg

River Plate won 2–1 on aggregate.

1996 Copa Libertadores Copa Libertadores 1996 FINAL River Plate x Amrica de Cali 2

References

1996 Copa Libertadores Wikipedia


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