About Copa Sudamericana
Copa Sudamericana is an annual CONMEBOL-organized club competition and you and you can find the latest Copa Sudamericana betting odds comparison across OddsPortal.com.
Despite the fact it is run by CONMEBOL CONCACAF clubs were invited to take part between seasons 2004 and 2008 to boost the cup’s profile and competitiveness.
Copa Sudamericana has been played in two-legged (home and away) knock-out format since the very beginning offering competitive Copa Sudamericana odds. The only exemption is for the champions – the defending Copa Sudamericana champion enters the competition in round of 16. Thirty-nine teams qualify to the Copa Sudamericana nowadays. The Copa Sudamericana champion qualifies into the following year's Copa Libertadores.
Boca Juniors is the most successful team in Copa Sudamericana history winning the cup twice.
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