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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.

"El Viejo" Osvaldo Panzutto, Argentine top scorer of the 1961 Libertadores with 4 goals playing for Independiente Santa Fe. He started at San Lorenzo in 1948.
1962: Santos champion of América: Standing: Lima, Zito, Dalmo, Calvet, Gilmar and Mauro; Kneeling: Dorval, Mengalvio, Coutinho, Pelé and Pepe.
1960. Jorge Wilstermann dressing room. On the stretcher is Renan Lopez who scored the equalizer for Peñarol 1-1 in the rematch played in La Paz. It was not enough to reverse the 7-1 suffered in Montevideo. Ausberto ​Garcia waits his turn.
A José Praddaude, Argentine referee, had the honor of calling the first final of the Libertadores. He repeated it the following year for Penarol - Palmeiras.
1960. Peñarol 1 - San Lorenzo 1. Norberto Boggio headed in the goal for the Argentines in the first match in Montevideo.
Luis Álamos, emblematic coach in Chile, speaks to his players of the "U" in an old dressing room in the 60s.
An image that is repeated in each edition: the Cup attracting crowds. The stadium "Pueblo Nuevo", San Cristobal, on March 4, 2009, filled to the brim to see Táchira - Boca Juniors.
Marco Antonio Etcheverry, one of the best Bolivian players of all time, wore the jersey of Bolivar between 1990 and 1991. He returned in 2004 to finish his career there.
Freddy Rincón, a talented midfielder for America de Cali with a nose for goal shown here in1991.
1991. Colo Colo 3 Olimpia 0. Youngster Luis Perez played because starters Ricardo Dabrowski and Ruben Martinez were unavailable. He had opened the scoring five minutes before scoring his second goal whose celebration belongs on a football postcard.
Zé do Carmo and Alexis García, captains of Vasco da Gama and Atlético Nacional, before the match in Santiago, Chile. The year is 1990.
1990. Olimpia 2 Barcelona (Guayaquil) 0. Raúl Vicente Amarilla, goalkeeper Carlos Moralesand defender Freddy Bravo all come together on a play in the first final.
The Paulo Machado de Carvalho stadium in the Pacaembú neighborhood, was the scene of the second final of the Libertadores.
Millonarios, an incredible win away in the first edition of the Copa Libertadores.
Copa Libertadores Final 1964: Independiente captain gifts a pennant to Vladas Douksas of Nacional. Looking on is Dutch referee Leo Horn.
William Martinez raises the Intercontinental Cup that Peñarol won after defeating Benfica in 1961. To his right is President Gaston Guelfi and Peruvian striker Juan Joya. To his left a director holds the Copa Libertadores without its base of wood.
Person chiseling the Copa Libertadores trophy, showing ten crowns of the member countries of the South American Football Confederation.
Jairzinho here at the 1970 World Cup which was won by Brazil. He dazzled with club Botafogo and in the 1970 WC was the second top scorer with 7 goals. 1976 Libertadores champion with Cruzeiro.