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The Copa Libertadores is an annual football competition in South America.
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In the 2nd stage of the competition, the 32 remaining teams are divided into eight groups of four, with each team in the group playing each other home and away. The winners and runners-up from each group then qualify for the knockout stages, which are played over 2 legs, leading to the final which is also played over 2 legs.
The teams currently competing in the 2011 Copa Libertadores are:
Argentinos Juniors (Argentina), Estudiantes LP (Argentina), Velez Sarsfield (Argentina), Godoy Cruz (Argentina), Independiente (Argentina), Jorge Wilstermann (Bolivia), Oriente Petrolero (Bolivia), Bolivar (Bolivia), Internacional (Brazil), Santos (Brazil), Fluminense (Brazil), Cruzeiro (Brazil), Corinthians (Brazil), Gremio (Brazil), Universidad Catolica (Chile), Colo-Colo (Chile), Unión Espanola (Chile), Junior (Colombia), Once Caldas (Colombia), Deportes Tolima (Colombia), LDU Quito (Ecuador), Emelec (Ecuador), Deportivo Quito (Ecuador), Libertad (Paraguay), Guarani (Paraguay), Cerro Porteño (Paraguay), Universidad San Martin (Peru), Leon de Huanuco (Peru), Alianza Lima (Peru), Penarol (Uruguay), Nacional (Uruguay), Liverpool (Uruguay), Caracas (Venezuela), Deportivo Tachira (Venezuela), Deportivo Petare (Venezuela), America (Mexico), San Luis (Mexico), Jaguares (Mexico).
The current holders are Internacional (Brazil), who won the 2010 Copa Libertadores final 5-3 on aggregate against Guadalajara Chivas (Mexico).
The most successful club in the competition is Independiente (Argentina), who have won the title 7 times. Argentina is also the most successful nation in the competition with 22 titles.
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