First stage E1 - Delfín vs. Nacional (PAR) 22 Jan 30 Jan E2 - Deportivo La Guaira vs. El Garcilaso 23 Jan 29 Jan E3 - BOLIVIA 4 vs Defensor Sporting 23 Jan 30 Jan Second stage C1 - Danubio vs Atlético Mineiro 5 Feb 12 Feb C2 - Melgar vs Universidad de Chile 5 Feb 13 Feb C3 - BOLIVIA 3 vs Libertad 5 Feb 13 Feb C4 - Palestino vs Independiente Medellín 6 Feb 12 Feb C5 - Talleres vs São Paulo 6 Feb 13 Feb C6 - E2 vs Atlético Nacional 7 Feb 14 Feb C7 - E1 vs Caracas 6 Feb 13 Feb C8 - E3 vs Barcelona 6 Feb 12 Feb Third stage G1 - C1 v C8 19–21 Feb 26–28 Feb G2 - C2 v C7 19–21 Feb 26–28 Feb G3 - C3 v C6 19–21 Feb 26–28 Feb G4 - C4 v C5 19–21 Feb 26–28 Feb Group stage Grupo A: River Plate, Internacional, Alianza Lima, G4 Grupo B: Cruzeiro, Emelec, Huracán, Deportivo Lara Grupo C: Olimpia, Sporting Cristal, Godoy Cruz, Universidad de Concepción Grupo D: Peñarol, Flamengo, Liga de Quito, BOLIVIA 2 Grupo E: Nacional, Cerro Porteño, Zamora, G1 Grupo F: Palmeiras, San Lorenzo, Junior, G2 Grupo G: Boca Juniors,Atlético Paranaense, Jorge Wilsermann, Deportivo Tolima Grupo H: Grêmio, Universidad Católica, Rosario Central, G3 Miscellaneous - 12 champions in group stage, and 3 champions in 2nd stage; if Atlético Mineiro, São Paulo, and Atlético Nacional, all reach group stage: 15 champions out of 32 teams, with Groups A and D 3 champions each. Groups A, D, E, and F will all have at least 2 champions regardless of second stage results. - 8 Brazilians, 7 Argentines, and 4 from every other nation. - 37 previous Copa Libertadores titles represented by the 15 champions from the qualifying rounds to the group stage out of 59. - 2019 will be the first time CONMEBOL will have a single-match final, to be held in Santiago.