2019 Recopa Sudamericana


The 2019 CONMEBOL Recopa Sudamericana (Portuguese: CONMEBOL Recopa Sul-Americana de 2019) was the 27th edition of the CONMEBOL Recopa Sudamericana (also referred to as the Recopa Sudamericana), the football competition organized by CONMEBOL between the winners of the previous season's two major South American club tournaments, the Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana.

2019 Recopa Sudamericana
CONMEBOL Recopa Sudamericana 2019
EventRecopa Sudamericana
on aggregate
First leg
Date22 May 2019 (2019-05-22)
VenueArena da Baixada, Curitiba
RefereeWilmar Roldán (Colombia)[1]
Attendance30,406
Second leg
Date30 May 2019 (2019-05-30)
VenueEstadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti, Buenos Aires
RefereeRoberto Tobar (Chile)
Attendance66,500
2018
2020

The competition was contested in two-legged home-and-away format between Argentine team River Plate, the 2018 Copa Libertadores champions, and Brazilian team Athletico Paranaense, the 2018 Copa Sudamericana champions. The first leg was hosted by Athletico Paranaense at the Arena da Baixada in Curitiba on 22 May 2019, while the second leg was hosted by River Plate on 30 May 2019 at the Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti in Buenos Aires.[2][3]

River Plate won 3–1 on aggregate for their third Recopa Sudamericana title.

Teams


Team Qualification Previous app.
River Plate 2018 Copa Libertadores champions 4 (1997, 1998, 2015, 2016)
Athletico Paranaense 2018 Copa Sudamericana champions None

Bold indicates winning years

Venues


Arena da Baixada in Curitiba (left) and Estadio Monumental in Buenos Aires, venues for the series

Format


The Recopa Sudamericana was played on a home-and-away two-legged basis, with the Copa Libertadores champions (River Plate) hosting the second leg. If tied on aggregate, the away goals rule would not be used, and 30 minutes of extra time would be played. If still tied after extra time, the penalty shoot-out would be used to determine the winner.[4]

Matches


First leg

First leg
Athletico Paranaense 1–0 River Plate
Report
Attendance: 30,406
Athletico Paranaense
River Plate
GK1 Santos
RB2 Jonathan 65'
CB13 Paulo André 71'
CB4 Léo Pereira 90+4'
LB12 Renan Lodi
CM5 Wellington 76' 86'
CM16 Bruno Guimarães
RW11 Nikão
AM3 Lucho González (c) 75'
LW7 Rony
CF9 Marco Ruben
Substitutes:
GK25 Caio
DF6 Márcio Azevedo
DF21 Lucas Halter
DF23 Mádson 65'
MF15 Erick
MF18 Léo Cittadini 75'
MF20 Matheus Rossetto
MF22 Thonny Anderson 86'
FW8 Bruno Nazário
FW10 Marcelo Cirino
FW17 Braian Romero
FW19 Vitinho
Manager:
Tiago Nunes
GK1 Franco Armani
RB18 Camilo Mayada 61'
CB22 Javier Pinola (c)
CB21 Lucas Martínez Quarta 45+3'
LB20 Milton Casco 81'
CM11 Nicolás De La Cruz
CM24 Enzo Pérez
CM15 Exequiel Palacios 71'
AM10 Ignacio Fernández
CF7 Matías Suárez 68' 75'
CF9 Lucas Pratto
Substitutes:
GK14 Germán Lux
GK25 Enrique Bologna
DF2 Robert Rojas
DF3 Nahuel Gallardo
DF4 Fabrizio Angileri 89' 61'
DF6 Luciano Lollo
DF16 Kevin Sibille
MF5 Bruno Zuculini 71'
MF8 Jorge Carrascal
MF23 Leonardo Ponzio
FW19 Rafael Santos Borré 75'
Manager:
Marcelo Gallardo

Assistant referees:[1]
Alexander Guzmán (Colombia)
John Alexander León (Colombia)
Fourth official:
Carlos Herrera (Colombia)
Video assistant referee:
Daniel Fedorczuk (Uruguay)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Nicolás Gallo (Colombia)
Nicolás Tarán (Uruguay)

Match rules[4]

  • 90 minutes.
  • Twelve named substitutes, of which up to three may be used.

Second leg

Second leg
River Plate 3–0 Athletico Paranaense
Report
River Plate
Athletico Paranaense
GK1 Franco Armani
RB13 Gonzalo Montiel 58'
CB21 Lucas Martínez Quarta 55'
CB22 Javier Pinola
LB4 Fabrizio Angileri 86'
DM23 Leonardo Ponzio (c)
CM24 Enzo Pérez
CM15 Exequiel Palacios 46'
AM10 Ignacio Fernández
CF19 Rafael Santos Borré 71'
CF9 Lucas Pratto
Substitutes:
GK14 Germán Lux
DF2 Robert Rojas
DF3 Nahuel Gallardo
DF6 Luciano Lollo
MF5 Bruno Zuculini
MF8 Jorge Carrascal
MF11 Nicolás De La Cruz 46'
MF18 Camilo Mayada 86'
FW7 Matías Suárez 71'
Manager:
Marcelo Gallardo
GK1 Santos
RB2 Jonathan 90+3'
CB13 Paulo André
CB4 Léo Pereira
LB12 Renan Lodi 69'
RM11 Nikão 78'
CM5 Wellington 80'
CM16 Bruno Guimarães 66'
LM7 Rony
AM3 Lucho González (c) 45+2' 87'
CF9 Marco Ruben
Substitutes:
GK25 Caio
DF6 Márcio Azevedo
DF21 Lucas Halter
DF23 Mádson
MF15 Erick
MF18 Léo Cittadini 87'
MF20 Matheus Rossetto
MF22 Thonny Anderson
FW8 Bruno Nazário
FW10 Marcelo Cirino 78'
FW17 Braian Romero 90+3'
FW19 Vitinho
Manager:
Tiago Nunes

Assistant referees:
Christian Scheimann (Chile)
Claudio Ríos (Chile)
Fourth official:
Eduardo Gamboa (Chile)
Video assistant referee:
Diego Haro (Peru)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Víctor Carrillo (Peru)
Jonny Bossio (Peru)

Match rules[4]

See also


References