The Copa Conmebol from 1992 to 1999 after the Copa Libertadores is the second most important South American club football competition which was organized by the Continental Football Confederation CONMEBOL and discharged a total of eight times. The competition was vergleichnbar with the UEFA Cup, differed from the latter by the fact that teams were able to participate, which is also the Copa Libertadores denied what eg Teams from Venezuela did several times. 16 teams played a home-and -away basis according to the knockout system against each other to determine the trophy winner.
1996, the so-called Copa Conmebol master between the winners of the years 1992 to 1995, Atlético Mineiro and Botafogo FR, Sao Paulo, and CA Rosario Central was held in Brazil, which won São Paulo.
The Copa Conmebol was no longer held since 2000, as the Copa Libertadores was increased to 32 teams. Already from 1998 to 2001, respectively, the short-lived Competitions Copa Mercosur and Copa Merconorte took place, which thus briefly took the place of the Copa Conmebol as the second most important club competition in South America. As of 2002, came in their place again until today discharged Copa Sudamericana.