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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.

1965 Libertadores. First final when Yamasaki threw out Sasía for throwing dirt in the eyes of goalkeeper Santoro.
Libertadores 1965. Deportivo Galicia of Venezuela drew with Peñarol and then lost the points.
1964. Nacional barely lost the last game to América champion Independiente.
Celino Mora, skillful and fast striker for Cerro Porteño and the Paraguayan national team. He had a long career also playing in Venezuela and Ecuador.
Manuel Giúdice coached Independiente between 1963 and 1967. The '63 Argentine title opened the doors for the '64 Libertadores crown.
1964. The joy of the players reflected on the cover of the magazine El Gráfico. In the Copa Libertadore's fifth edition an Argentine team won.
Vicente Lecaro, one of the best center backs produced by Ecuadorian football. He defended the colors of Barcelona SC in 336 games over 14 years. With the national team he played the qualifiers for the World Cups of '62, '66 and '70.
Millonarios 3 Alianza Lima 2. Photo taken in the El Campín stadium in Bogotá. Delio Gamboa scored all three goals for his team. Year 1964
Libertadores 1964: Santos 2 Independiente 3. The Rojos won in the Maracaná after being down 2-0..
1964: Deportivo Italia, of Caracas, starred in the first Venezuelan participation in the Libertadores. In Santiago (pictured) the club drew 0-0 with Colo Colo in the first half but fell in the second half 4-0.
Argentine Jose Maria Muñoz called Independiente's entire campaign. Since then fans identified him as "The rapporteur of America." 1964.
Colo Colo reached the semifinals of the Libertadores in 1964. First from the right is a very young "Chamaco" Valdez, author of three goals in this cup.
Independiente Stadium as seen well into the twenty-first century. In the second final of 1964 it seated 60,000 people. In 2007 remodeling began.
1963 Copa Libertadores: The king of football with the princes of goals and dribbling: José Sanfilippo and Ángel Clemente Rojas, of Boca Juniors.
Edgar Baeza and Roberto Sosa (Nacional) close down Mario Rodríguez (Independiente). 1964 Libertadores.
62' Libertadores.Juan C. Oleniak is not wearing the Argentina national jersey but rather Racing; in those years the champion had the right to wear the shield of the AFA. It was 2-2 in Avellaneda against Nacional. Stopping him is Emilio "Cococho" Alvarez.
1962 Copa Libertadores. The first participation for Sporting Cristal of Peru.
1962. José “Pepe” Sasía plays against Santos. The Brazilians won the third final that evening to win their first Copa Libertadores.