1982 Copa Libertadores Finals

1982 Copa Libertadores Finals

1982 Copa Libertadores de América Finals
Event 1982 Copa Libertadores
First leg
Date November 26, 1982
Venue Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Referee Assis de Aragão (Brazil)
Second leg
Date November 30, 1982
Venue Estadio Nacional, Santiago
Referee Jorge Romero (Argentina)

The 1982 Copa Libertadores de América Finals was the final two-legged tie to determine the champion of the 1982 edition. It was contested by Uruguayan club Peñarol and Chilean club Cobreloa. The first leg of the tie was played on 26 November at Estadio Centenario (when Peñarol currently uses as its home venue) with the second leg played on 30 November at Estadio Nacional.

Peñarol won the series by 1-0 on aggregate.

Qualified teams

Team Previous finals appearances (bold indicates winners)
Uruguay Peñarol 1970
Chile Cobreloa 1981


The finals were played over two legs; home and away. The team that accumulates the most points —two for a win, one for a draw, zero for a loss— after the two legs would be crowned the champion. If the two teams were tied on points after the second leg, a playoff in a neutral venue would become the next tie-breaker. Goal difference was going to be used as a last resort.

Match details

First leg

November 26, 1982
Peñarol Uruguay 0–0 Chile Cobreloa
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 55,248
Referee: Carlos Espósito (Argentina)

Second leg

November 30, 1982
Cobreloa Chile 0–1 Uruguay Peñarol
Morena  89'
Estadio Nacional, Santiago
Attendance: 70,400
Referee: Romero (Argentina)
GK 1 Chile Oscar Wirth
RB 2 Chile Hugo Tabilo
CB 3 Chile Juan Páez
CB 4 Chile Mario Soto (c)
LB 20Chile Enzo Escobar
DM 6 Chile Eduardo Jiménez
CM 14Chile Armando Alarcón
CM 8 Chile Víctor Merello
RW 11Chile Hector Puebla
CF 9 Uruguay Jorge Luis Siviero
LW 15Uruguay Washington Olivera
Chile Martínez
FW Chile Juan Carlos Letelier
Argentina Vicente Cantatore
GK 1Uruguay Gustavo Fernández
DF 4Uruguay Carlos Diogo
DF 2 Uruguay Walter Olivera
DF 3Uruguay Nelson Gutiérrez
DF 6 Uruguay Juan V. Morales
MF 8 Uruguay Mario Saralegui
MF 5 Uruguay Miguel Bossio
MF 10Brazil Jair
FW 7Uruguay Ernesto Vargas
FW 9 Uruguay Fernando Morena
FW 11 Uruguay Venancio Ramos
FW Uruguay D. Rodríguez
Uruguay Hugo Bagnulo[1]
Copa Libertadores
1982 Winner
Fourth Title


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