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 By Tim Vickery

Brasilia FC bring Copa Sudamericana progress to Brazil's capital

Serie D side Brasilia are earning respect for Brazil's capital football clubs after shockingly making it into the round of 16 in the Copa Sudamericana.

A team from Brazil's capital is embarking on an international adventure. On Tuesday night Brasilia qualified for the last 16 of the Copa Sudamericana, South America's equivalent of the Europa League. After a 0-0 draw in the first leg, they won 2-0 away to fellow Brazilians Goias.

This is a remarkable result. Goias are not one of the giants of Brazilian football, but they are a first division club and they made it all the way to the final of the Sudamericana five years ago, where they were only beaten...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa Sudamericana's opening round highlighted by Santiago vs. Libertad

Matias Mier will be hoping to fire the Santiago Wanderers past Libertad in the Copa Sudamericana.

Europe plays its two continental competitions simultaneously; the Champions League and the Europa League are both well into the qualifying rounds, and will come to a climax at the end of the season in a little over nine months' time.

South America does it differently. The first half of the year is set aside for the main event, the Copa Libertadores, with the second string competition, the Copa Sudamericana, kicking off this week and ending in early December.

Arguments can be made in favour of both...

 By Sam Kelly

River Plate officially back from the depths with Copa Sudamericana win

Gabriel Mercado's thumping header proved to be the decisive goal in River Plate's Copa Sudamericana conquest.
Gabriel Mercado celebrates his goal vs. Nacional in the Copa Sudamericana final.

"In the good times, I'll be there, and in the bad times even more."

It's a popular chant in Argentine football stadiums. It is not, however, one that seemed all that relevant to River Plate when I first visited Buenos Aires in 2003 and even less so on my second trip here the following year. I was in attendance as they claimed their 33rd league title. Good times? For River fans, there had been plenty. But bad times had, up until then, been limited to a 17-year run without a league title from...

River Plate return to glory with practical, less heroic play

Gabriel Mercado's thumping header proved to be the decisive goal in River Plate's Copa Sudamericana conquest.
Gabriel Mercado's thumping header proved to be the decisive goal in River Plate's Copa Sudamericana conquest.

BUENOS AIRES -- With this long-awaited Copa Sudamericana victory, River Plate bring a couple dark chapters to a close. First, they've won their first international title in 17 years, and in addition, they've recovered their status as a big club on a national and international level -- following the ostracism of relegation and promotion -- with the symbolic pomp and circumstance that such an event produces.

River have just won a local title, that's true. But this is an important tournament, and...