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Copa Master de Supercopa

Copa Master de Supercopa
Founded 1992
Abolished 1995
Region South America (CONMEBOL)
Number of teams 4 (1992)
2 (1995)
Most successful club(s) Boca Juniors
(1 title each)

The Copa Master de Supercopa was a CONMEBOL and only played in 1992 and 1995.

The format of the tournament was different in both editions and a third edition was scheduled to be played in 1998 but the lack of sponsors delayed the event and eventually was cancelled. The first edition in 1992 featured all 4 champions at the time. It was played in Buenos Aires and won by Boca Juniors. The second edition was to be played in 1994 but moved to 1995. Only two eligible teams accepted the invitation to play. The cup was played over two legs and won by Cruzeiro.

The winners of the competitions were also given the chance to participate in a following-season grand super cup called the Copa de Oro. This competition was played three times. The first two competitions featured the respective Copa Master de Supercopa champion; however, as no Copa Master de Supercopa was contested in 1996, the vacant berth for the 1996 Copa de Oro went to the 1996 Copa Master de CONMEBOL champion.


  • 1992 Supercopa Masters 1
    • Participants 1.1
    • Bracket 1.2
  • 1995 Supercopa Masters 2
    • Participants 2.1
    • First leg 2.2
    • Second leg 2.3
  • 1998 Supercopa Masters 3
    • Participants 3.1
  • Performance by club 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

1992 Supercopa Masters

1992 Supercopa Masters
Tournament details
Host country Argentina
City Buenos Aires
Dates 27 May – 31 May
Teams 4 (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s) 1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Boca Juniors (1st title)
Runners-up Cruzeiro
Third place Olimpia
Fourth place Racing
Tournament statistics
Matches played 4
Goals scored 9 (2.25 per match)

The 1992 Supercopa Masters featured the four previous winners of the time. It was played in Buenos Aires at Estadio José Amalfitani.


Team Champion
Racing 1988
Boca Juniors 1989
Olimpia 1990
Cruzeiro 1991


Semi-finals Final
27 May – Buenos Aires
  Boca Juniors  1  
  Olimpia  0  
31 May – Buenos Aires
      Boca Juniors  2
    Cruzeiro  1
Third place
29 May - Buenos Aires 31 May – Buenos Aires
  Racing  1 (1)   Olimpia  2
  Cruzeiro (pen)  1 (3)     Racing  1

1995 Supercopa Masters

1995 Supercopa Masters
Tournament details
Dates 3 May – 16 May
Teams 2 (from 1 confederation)
Final positions
Champions Cruzeiro (1st title)
Runners-up Olimpia
Tournament statistics
Matches played 2
Goals scored 1 (0.5 per match)

The 1995 Supercopa Masters was a two-legged match between two previous Supercopa Sudamericana champions. It was to be played in 1994 but was postponed until 1995.


Team Champion
Olimpia 1990
Cruzeiro 1991, 1992

First leg

Second leg

16 March 1995
Cruzeiro 1–0 Olimpia
Marcelo Goal 76' Report
Mineirão, Belo Horizonte
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Javier Castrilli (Argentina)

Cruzeiro won 1–0 on aggregate.

1998 Supercopa Masters

The 1998 Supercopa Masters was to feature all previous Supercopa Sudamericana winners. It was to be played between 28 May and 7 June in Avellaneda, Argentina but was postponed due to a lack of sponsors. It was to be played after the World Cup but was later dropped.


Team Champion
Racing 1988
Boca Juniors 1989
Olimpia 1990
Cruzeiro 1991, 1992
São Paulo 1993
Independiente 1994, 1995
Vélez Sársfield 1996
River Plate 1997

Performance by club

Team Winner Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Boca Juniors 1 0 1992
Cruzeiro 1 1 1995 1992
Olimpia 0 1 1995

See also

External links

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