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Galería histórica

Las imágenes que construyeron la grandeza de América del Sur

El fútbol de América del Sur se construyó con generaciones de futbolistas y dirigentes que catapultaron al bien llamado “continente del fútbol”, al primer mundo de la excelencia.

Nadie podrá discutir la contribución de Sudamérica en el desarrollo del balompié universal, con personajes célebres, que peldaño a peldaño alcanzaron notoriedad, en base al sacrificio e integridad, constituyéndose en mensajeros del juego limpio, desde siempre…

CONMEBOL.com rinde su homenaje a miles de hombres y mujeres que con devoción tributaron, en el día a día, el más genuino sentimiento de pertenencia, exhortando la magnanimidad del fútbol como herramienta de convivencia pacífica, respeto y solidaridad y mejor calidad de vida entre los seres humanos.

1967. Juan Carlos Cárdenas grabs Norberto Raffo, author of the decisive goals for Racing Club.
1967. After 180 minutes Nacional fell 2-1 against Racing, in Santiago. Here you can see the disappointment of Julio Montero Castillo in the foreground and Victor Espárrago and José Urruzmendi behind him.
1967. The Universitario attack. Calatayud, Chale, Casaretto, Uribe and Lobatón. In barely 48 hours in Argentina they defeated River Plate and Racing.
1967 Luis Mendoza and Freddy Ellie, captains and symbols of Deportivo Italia and Deportivo Galicia. A Venezuelan Classic also in the Copa Libertadores.
After winning with the 'Millonarios', Gabriel Ochoa Uribe was champion with Independiente Santa Fe and went on to the Copa Libertadores after a six year absence.
1967. Rodolfo Pérez Osorio. Paraguayan referee who called the third final of the Copa Libertadores played in Santiago, Chile.
1967. Guaraní of Asunción. Standing: Raimundo Aguilera, Vicente Bobadilla, Roberto Montiel, Lorenzo Villagra, Luis Ivaldi and Juan Martínez, Kneeling: Cecilio Martínez, Ernesto Juárez, Víctor Juárez, Arsenio Valdez and Juan Graciano González.
1967. At 40 years of age Amadeo Carrizo remained as River Plate goalkeeper (debuted in 1945). He was an innovator, he left his area to assist in defense, he threw himself at the feet of the attacker and initiated counterattacks with quick kicks.
Greetings between captains: Matosas (River Plate) and Cruzado (Universitario). 1967.
1967. Zózimo, a star for Sport Boys on his debut in the Copa Libertadores. He won the World Cups in '58 and '62 with Brazil.
1967. Independiente Medellín, debutante of the Libertadores that year.
1967. This eighth edition of the Copa Libertadores witnessed the appearance of Elias Figueroa, Chilean defender who was one of the greats of football.
1966 Copa Libertadores: River Plate 5 Universitario 0. Daniel Onega, inside the goal, just scored the second goal for the Argentine's. That was his first goal and he would go on to score two more.
1967 Libertadores. Goalkeeper Rogelio Dominguez of Nacional waves to the fans in Racing's stadium.
1966. Roque Máspoli (center): 16 years before this Cup the Uruguayan was the goalkeeper at the famous 'Maracanazo'. In this photo, in Santiago, he led Peñarol to its third Libertadores.
1966 Libertadores semifinal: River Plate 2 Independiente 1. Amadeo Carrizo grabs the ball while Anibal Tarabini is out of action.
1965. Gilmar dos Santos Neves or simply Gilmar, one of the greatest goalkeepers of Brazilian football. Two-time world champion with the national team. He won two Copa Libertadores with Santos. He arrived at the club in 1961 and won 17 titles there until 1
1967. Universitario 2 River Plate 2. Hugo Gatti saves a penalty taken by Chumpitaz in Lima to keep the tie.