List of Copa Libertadores winning players

This is a list of association footballers who have received a winner's medal for playing on a winning team in the Copa Libertadores. Some players have received medals without playing in the final match: either for being unused substitutes, or, more recently, for being in the squad in earlier rounds of the tournament.

Player   Nationality   Club(s)   Titles
won
  
Years   Notes  
Luis Maidana  Uruguay Peñarol 2 1960-1961
William Martínez  Uruguay Peñarol 2 1960-1961
Salvador  Brazil Peñarol 1 1960
Santiago Pino  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1960
Néstor Gonçalves  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1960
Walter Aguerre  Uruguay Peñarol 2 1960-1961
Luis Cubilla  Uruguay Peñarol 2 1960-1961
Carlos Abel Linazza  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1960
Alberto Spencer  Ecuador Peñarol 2 1960-1961 Top Score in 1960
Top Score in 1962.
Júpiter Crescio  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1960
Carlos Borges  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1960
Francisco Majewski  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1960
José Mario Griecco  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1960
Juan Eduardo Hohberg  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1960
Núber Cano  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1961
Edgardo González  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1961
Roberto Matosas  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1961
Ernesto Ledesma  Uruguay Peñarol 1 1961
José Francisco Sasía  Colombia Peñarol 1 1961
Juan Joya  Peru Peñarol 1 1961
Gilmar  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963
Mauro  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963
Calvet  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963
Lima  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963
Zito  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963 Captain in 1962 and 1963.
Dalmo  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963
Dorval  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963
Mengálvio  Brazil Santos 1 1962
Pagão  Brazil Santos 1 1962
Coutinho  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963 Top Score in 1962.
Pepe  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963
Pelé  Brazil Santos 2 1962-1963 Top Score in 1965.
Geraldino  Brazil Santos 1 1963
Raul  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Leandro  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Marinho  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Mozer  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Júnior  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Andrade  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Tita  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Adílio  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Nunes  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Zico  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981 Captain in 1981
Top Score in 1981.
Lico  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Figueiredo  Brazil Flamengo 1 1981
Zetti  Brazil São Paulo 2 1992-1993
Cafu  Brazil São Paulo 2 1992-1993
Antônio Carlos  Brazil São Paulo 1 1992
Ronaldão  Brazil São Paulo 2 1992-1993
Nelsinho  Brazil São Paulo 1 1992
Müller  Brazil São Paulo 2 1992-1993
Macedo  Brazil São Paulo 1 1992
Raí  Brazil São Paulo 2 1992-1993 Captain in 1992 and 1993.
Elivélton  Brazil São Paulo,
Cruzeiro
3 1992-1993, 1997
Adílson  Brazil São Paulo 2 1992-1993
Pintado  Brazil São Paulo 2 1992-1993
Iván  Brazil São Paulo 1 1992
Ronaldo Luiz  Brazil São Paulo 2 1992-1993
Catê  Brazil São Paulo 2 1992-1993
Palhinha  Brazil São Paulo,
Cruzeiro
3 1992-1993, 1997 Top Score in 1992.
Rinaldo  Brazil São Paulo 1 1992
Vítor  Brazil São Paulo,
Cruzeiro,
Vasco da Gama
3 1993, 1997, 1999
Válber  Brazil São Paulo,
Vasco da Gama
2 1993, 1999
Toninho Cerezo  Brazil São Paulo 1 1993
André Luiz  Brazil São Paulo 1 1993
Dinho  Brazil São Paulo,
Grêmio
2 1993, 1995
Jamelli  Brazil São Paulo 1 1993
Juninho Paulista  Brazil São Paulo 1 1993
Rogério Ceni  Brazil São Paulo 2 1993, 2005 Captain in 2005.
Guilherme  Brazil São Paulo 1 1993
Danrlei  Brazil Grêmio 1 1995
Francisco Arce  Paraguay Grêmio,
Palmeiras
2 1995, 1999
Adílson  Brazil Grêmio 1 1995 Captain in 1995.
Paulo Nunes  Brazil Grêmio,
Palmeiras
2 1995, 1999
Jardel  Brazil Grêmio 1 1995 Top Score in 1995.
Catalino Rivarola  Paraguay Grêmio,
Palmeiras
2 1995, 1999
Dida  Brazil Cruzeiro 1 1997
Ricardinho  Brazil Cruzeiro 1 1997
Gottardo  Brazil Cruzeiro 1 1997
Marcelo Ramos  Brazil Cruzeiro 1 1997
Carlos Germano  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 1998
Odvan  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 1998
Mauro Galvão  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 1998 Captain in 1998.
Felipe  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 1998
Donizete  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 1998
Nasa  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 1998
Luizão  Brazil Vasco da Gama,
São Paulo
2 1998, 2005 Top Score in 2000.
Vágner  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 1998
Ramon Menezes  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 1998
Juninho Pernambucano  Brazil Vasco da Gama 1 1998
Velloso  Brazil Palmeiras 1 1999
Júnior Baiano  Brazil Palmeiras 1 1999
Roque Júnior  Brazil Palmeiras 1 1999
Júnior  Brazil Palmeiras,
São Paulo
2 1999, 2005
César Sampaio  Brazil Palmeiras 1 1999 Captain in 1999.
Oséas  Brazil Palmeiras 1 1999
Alex  Brazil Palmeiras 1 1999
Zinho  Brazil Palmeiras 1 1999
Marcos  Brazil Palmeiras 1 1999
Euller  Brazil Palmeiras 1 1999
Oscar Córdoba  Colombia Boca Juniors 2 2000-2001
Jorge Bermúdez  Colombia Boca Juniors 2 2000-2001 Captain in 2000 and 2001.
Hugo Ibarra  Argentina Boca Juniors 4 2000-2001, 2003, 2007
Martín Palermo  Argentina Boca Juniors 2 2000, 2007 Captain in 2007.
Juan Román Riquelme  Argentina Boca Juniors 3 2000-2001, 2007 MVP in 2007.
Roberto Abbondanzieri  Argentina Boca Juniors,
Internacional
4 2000-2001, 2003, 2010
Marcelo Delgado  Argentina Boca Juniors 3 2000-2001, 2003 Top Score in 2003.
Sebastián Battaglia  Argentina Boca Juniors 4 2000-2001, 2003, 2007
Clemente Rodríguez  Argentina Boca Juniors 3 2001, 2003, 2007
Rolando Schiavi  Argentina Boca Juniors,
Estudiantes
2 2003, 2009
Diego Cagna  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2003 Captain in 2003.
Carlos Tévez  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2003 MVP in 2003.
Cicinho  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Fabão  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Edcarlos  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Diego Lugano  Uruguay São Paulo 1 2005
Mineiro  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Josué  Brazil São Paulo,
Atlético Mineiro
2 2005, 2013
Danilo  Brazil São Paulo,
Corinthians
2 2005, 2012
Grafite  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Amoroso  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Roger  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Fábio Santos  Brazil São Paulo,
Corinthians
2 2005, 2012
Renan  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Diego Tardelli  Brazil São Paulo,
Atlético Mineiro
2 2005, 2013
Marco Antônio  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Souza  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Alex Bruno  Brazil São Paulo 1 2005
Clemer  Brazil Internacional 1 2006
Bolívar  Brazil Internacional 2 2006, 2010 Captain in 2010.
Fabiano Eller  Brazil Internacional 2 2006, 2010
Fabinho  Brazil Internacional 1 2006
Rubens Cardoso  Brazil Internacional 1 2006
Tinga  Brazil Internacional 2 2006, 2010
Fernandão  Brazil Internacional 1 2006 Captain in 2006
Top Score in 2006.
Iarley  Brazil Internacional 1 2006
Rafael Sóbis  Brazil Internacional 2 2006, 2010
Índio  Brazil Internacional 2 2006, 2010
Ceará  Brazil Internacional 1 2006
Wason Rentería  Colombia Internacional 1 2006
Renan  Brazil Internacional 2 2006, 2010
Jorge Wagner  Brazil Internacional 1 2006
Alex  Brazil Internacional,
Corinthians
2 2006, 2012
Claudio Morel Rodríguez  Paraguay Boca Juniors 1 2007
Daniel Díaz  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2007
Pablo Ledesma  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2007
Bruno Marioni  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2007
Mauricio Caranta  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2007
Rodrigo Palacio  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2007
Mauro Boselli  Argentina Boca Juniors,
Estudiantes
2 2007, 2009 Top Score in 2009.
Neri Cardozo  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2007
Jesús Dátolo  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2007
Ever Banega  Argentina Boca Juniors 1 2007
José Francisco Cevallos  Ecuador LDU de Quito 1 2008
Norberto Araujo  Argentina LDU de Quito 1 2008
Renán Calle  Ecuador LDU de Quito 1 2008
Paúl Ambrosi  Ecuador LDU de Quito 1 2008
Alfonso Obregón  Ecuador LDU de Quito 1 2008
Luis Bolaños  Ecuador LDU de Quito 1 2008
Patricio Urrutia  Ecuador LDU de Quito 1 2008 Top Score in 2006
Captain in 2008.
Claudio Bieler  Argentina LDU de Quito 1 2008
Joffre Guerrón  Ecuador LDU de Quito 1 2008 MVP in 2008.
Enrique Vera  Paraguay LDU de Quito 1 2008
Damián Manso  Argentina LDU de Quito 1 2008
Jairo Campos  Ecuador LDU de Quito 1 2008
Mariano Andújar  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Christian Cellay  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Leandro Desábato  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Germán Ré  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Rodrigo Braña  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Enzo Pérez  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Juan Sebastián Verón  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009 Captain in 2009
MVP in 2009.
Leandro Benítez  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Gastón Fernández  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Damián Albil  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Juan Manuel Díaz  Uruguay Estudiantes 1 2009
Federico Fernández  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Matías Sánchez  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Maximiliano Núñez  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
José Calderón  Argentina Estudiantes 1 2009
Juan Salgueiro  Uruguay Estudiantes 1 2009
Lauro  Brazil Internacional 1 2010
Pablo Guiñazú  Argentina Internacional 1 2010
Kléber  Brazil Internacional 1 2010
Taison  Brazil Internacional 1 2010
Sandro  Brazil Internacional 1 2010
Alecsandro  Brazil Internacional,
Atlético Mineiro
2 2010, 2013
Andrés D'Alessandro  Argentina Internacional 1 2010
Giuliano  Brazil Internacional 1 2010 MVP in 2010.
Gonzalo Sorondo  Uruguay Internacional 1 2010
Nei  Brazil Internacional 1 2010
Andrezinho  Brazil Internacional 1 2010
Leandro Damião  Brazil Internacional 1 2010
Rafael  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Edu Dracena  Brazil Santos 1 2011 Captain in 2011.
Léo  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Jonathan  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Arouca  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Durval  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Elano  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Keirrison  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Ganso  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Neymar  Brazil Santos 1 2011 MVP in 2011
Top Score in 2012.
Bruno Rodrigo  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Adriano  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Alex Sandro  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Maikon Leite  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Zé Eduardo  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Pará  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Danilo  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Felipe Anderson  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Alan Patrick  Brazil Santos 1 2011
Júlio César  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Alessandro  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012 Captain in 2012.
Chicão  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Leandro Castán  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Ralf  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Willian  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Paulinho  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Liédson  Portugal Corinthians 1 2012
Marquinhos  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Emerson  Qatar Corinthians 1 2012 MVP in 2012.
Paulo André  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Luis Alberto Ramírez  Peru Corinthians 1 2012
Douglas  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Ramon  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Elton  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Romarinho  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Jorge Henrique  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Cássio  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Wallace  Brazil Corinthians 1 2012
Victor  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Marcos Rocha  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Leonardo Silva  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Réver  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013 Captain in 2013.
Pierre  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Júnior César  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
 Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013 Top Score in 2013.
Leandro Donizete  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Ronaldinho  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Bernard  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Giovanni  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Rafael Marques  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Gilberto Silva  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Guilherme  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Rosinei  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Richarlyson  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Leleu  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Lee  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Neto Berola  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Carlos César  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Luan  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013
Michel  Brazil Atlético Mineiro 1 2013

See also

  • Records and statistics of the Copa Libertadores

References

Citations

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