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List of Copa Libertadores winning managers

This is a list of Copa Libertadores winning football managers. Uruguayan manager Roberto Scarone led Peñarol to success in the inaugural Copa Libertadores finals in 1960 and repeated the feat the following season. Argentinian clubs and managers dominated the competition in the late 1960s and 1970s, winning 12 out of 15 tournaments from 1964 to 1978. In the 1990s Brazilian clubs and managers dominated the competition with six wins from 1992 to 1999, after which the second period of Argentinian dominance began, with seven wins in the period from 2000 to 2009.

As of 2009, Argentinian managers have been the most successful, winning 24 tournaments in total, followed by Brazilians with 13 wins and Uruguayans with 10 titles. On only five occasions the tournament was won by foreign managers (Croatian Mirko Jozić led Chilean side Colo-Colo to victory in 1991, Argentinian Edgardo Bauza won the tournament with Ecuadorean club LDU Quito, and all three wins by Paraguayan side Olimpia came under foreign managers - Uruguayan Luis Cubilla led them to victory in 1979 and 1990, and Argentinian Nery Pumpido in 2000). Mirko Jozić is also the only manager from outside South America to have won the competition.

The most successful manager is Carlos Bianchi who won the tournament on four occasions, leading Vélez Sársfield to success in 1994, and Boca Juniors in 2000, 2001 and 2003; he is followed by Osvaldo Zubeldía with three consecutive wins in 1968, 1969 and 1970 (all with Estudiantes); nine other managers won the tournament on two occasions.

Along with Carlos Bianchi, only two other managers have won the title with two different clubs: Paulo Autuori (with Cruzeiro in 1997 and São Paulo in 2005), and Luiz Felipe Scolari (with Grêmio in 1995 and Palmeiras in 1999).

By year




Final Winning manager Club Ref(s)
1960  URU Scarone, RobertoRoberto Scarone  URU Peñarol
1961  URU Scarone, RobertoRoberto Scarone  URU Peñarol
1962  BRA Pérez, Luís AlonsoLuís Alonso Pérez ("Lula")  BRA Santos
1963  BRA Pérez, Luís AlonsoLuís Alonso Pérez ("Lula")  BRA Santos
1964  ARG Giudice, ManuelManuel Giudice  ARG Independiente
1965  ARG Giudice, ManuelManuel Giudice  ARG Independiente
1966  URU Máspoli, RoqueRoque Máspoli  URU Peñarol
1967  ARG Pizzuti, Juan JoséJuan José Pizzuti  ARG Racing Club
1968  ARG Zubeldía, OsvaldoOsvaldo Zubeldía  ARG Estudiantes
1969  ARG Zubeldía, OsvaldoOsvaldo Zubeldía  ARG Estudiantes
1970  ARG Zubeldía, OsvaldoOsvaldo Zubeldía  ARG Estudiantes
1971  URU Etchamendi, WashingtonWashington Etchamendi  URU Nacional
1972  ARG Dellacha, PedroPedro Dellacha  ARG Independiente
1973  ARG Maschio, HumbertoHumberto Maschio  ARG Independiente
1974  ARG Ferreiro, RobertoRoberto Ferreiro  ARG Independiente
1975  ARG Dellacha, PedroPedro Dellacha  ARG Independiente
1976  BRA Moreira, ZezéZezé Moreira  BRA Cruzeiro
1977  ARG Lorenzo, Juan CarlosJuan Carlos Lorenzo  ARG Boca Juniors
1978  ARG Lorenzo, Juan CarlosJuan Carlos Lorenzo  ARG Boca Juniors
1979  URU Cubilla, LuisLuis Cubilla  PAR Olimpia
1980  URU Mujica, JuanJuan Mujica  URU Nacional
1981  BRA Carpegiani, Paulo CésarPaulo César Carpegiani  BRA Flamengo
1982  URU Bagnulo, HugoHugo Bagnulo  URU Peñarol
1983  BRA Espinosa, ValdirValdir Espinosa  BRA Grêmio
1984  ARG Pastoriza, JoséJosé Pastoriza  ARG Independiente
1985  ARG Yudica, JoséJosé Yudica  ARG Argentinos Juniors
1986  ARG Veira, HéctorHéctor Veira  ARG River Plate
1987  URU Tabárez, OscarOscar Tabárez  URU Peñarol
1988  URU Fleitas, RobertoRoberto Fleitas  URU Nacional
1989  COL Maturana, FranciscoFrancisco Maturana  COL Atlético Nacional
1990  URU Cubilla, LuisLuis Cubilla  PAR Olimpia
1991  CRO Jozić, MirkoMirko Jozić  CHI Colo-Colo
1992  BRA Santana, TelêTelê Santana  BRA São Paulo
1993  BRA Santana, TelêTelê Santana  BRA São Paulo
1994  ARG Bianchi, CarlosCarlos Bianchi  ARG Vélez Sársfield
1995  BRA Scolari, Luiz FelipeLuiz Felipe Scolari  BRA Grêmio
1996  ARG Díaz, RamónRamón Díaz  ARG River Plate
1997  BRA Autuori, PauloPaulo Autuori  BRA Cruzeiro
1998  BRA Lopes, AntônioAntônio Lopes  BRA Vasco da Gama
1999  BRA Scolari, Luiz FelipeLuiz Felipe Scolari  BRA Palmeiras
2000  ARG Bianchi, CarlosCarlos Bianchi  ARG Boca Juniors
2001  ARG Bianchi, CarlosCarlos Bianchi  ARG Boca Juniors
2002  ARG Pumpido, NeryNery Pumpido  PAR Olimpia
2003  ARG Bianchi, CarlosCarlos Bianchi  ARG Boca Juniors
2004  COL Montoya, Luis FernandoLuis Fernando Montoya  COL Once Caldas
2005  BRA Autuori, PauloPaulo Autuori  BRA São Paulo
2006  BRA Braga, AbelAbel Braga  BRA Internacional
2007  ARG Russo, Miguel ÁngelMiguel Ángel Russo  ARG Boca Juniors [1]
2008  ARG Bauza, EdgardoEdgardo Bauza  ECU LDU Quito [2]
2009  ARG Sabella, AlejandroAlejandro Sabella  ARG Estudiantes [3]
2010  BRA Roth, CelsoCelso Roth  BRA Internacional
2011  BRA Ramalho, MuricyMuricy Ramalho  BRA Santos
2012  BRA Tite  BRA Corinthians
2013  BRA Cuca  BRA Atlético Mineiro

By nationality

This table lists the total number of titles won by managers of each nationality.

Nationality Number
of wins
 Argentina 24
 Brazil 17
 Uruguay 10
 Colombia 2
 Croatia 1

See also

  • Records and statistics of the Copa Libertadores

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