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Copa Master De Conmebol

Copa Masters CONMEBOL
Tournament details
Host country Brazil
City Cuiabá
Dates February 8 - February 12
Teams (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions São Paulo (1st title)
Runners-up Atlético Mineiro
Tournament statistics
Matches played 3
Goals scored 13 (4.33 per match)
Top scorer(s) Almir (5 goals)

The Copa Masters CONMEBOL (English: CONMEBOL Masters Cup, CONMEBOL. It was played from February 8 to February 12 in 1996, and it was contested in the city of Cuiabá with the participations of Atlético Mineiro, Botafogo, São Paulo, and Rosario Central. São Paulo won the competition after defeating Atlético Mineiro in the final 3-0.

Eligible teams

Only four editions of the Copa CONMEBOL had been played by early 1996 and all four champions participated.
Atlético Mineiro 1992 Copa CONMEBOL winner
Botafogo 1993 Copa CONMEBOL winner
São Paulo 1994 Copa CONMEBOL winner
Rosario Central 1995 Copa CONMEBOL winner

Tournament overview

Semi-finals Final
8 February – Cuiabá
  São Paulo 7  
  Botafogo 3  
12 February – Cuiabá
      São Paulo 3
    Atlético Mineiro 0
9 February - Cuiabá
  Atlético Mineiro (pen) 0 (10)
  Rosario Central 0 (9)  


8 February 1996
São Paulo 7 – 3 Botafogo
Valdir Bigode Goal 6'38'
Almir Goal 12'31'55'
Ailton Goal 72'
Edmílson Goal 73'
Túlio Goal 33'48' (pen.)52' (pen.)

9 February 1996
Atlético Mineiro 0 – 0 Rosario Central
10 – 9


12 February 1996
São Paulo 3 – 0 Atlético Mineiro
Almir Goal 9'51'
Valdir Bigode Goal 68'


5 goals
3 goals
1 goal

External links

  • Copa Masters CONMEBOL at RSSSF
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