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The Copa Sudamericana is a yearly football tournament in South America.
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The competition is played as a knockout tournament, with the matches of each stage played over 2 legs, home and away. The teams receive 3 points for a win, 1 for a draw, and no points for a defeat in every round. If teams are equal on points, the following rules come into effect to determine who will qualify: The best goal difference, The team scoring the most away goals, or penalty shootout.
The teams currently competing in the 2011 Copa Sudamericana are:
Independiente (Argentina), Primera Division 1st place (Argentina), Primera Division 2nd place (Argentina), Primera Division 3rd place (Argentina), Primera Division 4th place (Argentina), Primera Division 5th place (Argentina), Primera Division 6th place (Argentina), Aurora (Bolivia), The Strongest (Bolivia), San Jose (Bolivia), Atletico Paranaense (Brazil), Botafogo (Brazil), Sao Paulo (Brazil), Palmeiras (Brazil), Vasco da Gama (Brazil), Ceará (Brazil), Atletico Mineiro (Brazil), Flamengo (Brazil), Deportes Iquique (Chile), Universidad Catolica (Chile), Copa Sudamericana playoff winner (Chile), Santa Fe (Colombia), Deportivo Cali (Colombia), La Equidad (Colombia), LDU Quito (Ecuador), Serie A first stage winner (Ecuador), Serie A first stage runner-up (Ecuador), Libertad (Paraguay), Nacional (Paraguay), Olimpia (Paraguay), Universitario (Peru), César Vallejo (Peru), Juan Aurich (Peru), Primera Division champion (Uruguay), Primera Division 2nd best-placed non-finalist (Uruguay), Primera Division 3rd best-placed non-finalist (Uruguay), Trujillanos (Venezuela), Copa Sudamericana playoffs winner with better record (Venezuela) and Copa Sudamericana playoffs winner with worse record (Venezuela).
The current holders are Independiente (Argentina), who won the 2010 Copa Sudamericana final 5-3 on penalties against Goias (Brazil). The teams finished 3-3 on aggregate after extra-time.
The most successful club in the competition is Boca Juniors (Argentina), who have won the title on 2 occasions. Argentina is also the most successful nation in the competition with 5 titles (Boca Juniors 2, San Lorenzo 1, Arsenal Sarandi 1, Independiente 1).
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