Top 50 Football Clubs of All-Time (South America)

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  1. King of STS

    King of STS Member

    Oct 20, 2017
    1. Peñarol (Uruguay)
    2. Nacional (Uruguay)
    3. River Plate (Argentina)
    4. Boca Juniors (Argentina)
    5. Independiente (Argentina)
    6. São Paulo (Brazil)
    7. Olimpia (Paraguay)
    8. Santos (Brazil)
    9. Palmeiras (Brazil)
    10. San Lorenzo (Argentina)
    11. Colo-Colo (Chile)
    12. Racing (Argentina)
    13. Cruzeiro (Brazil)
    14. Cerro Porteño (Paraguay)
    15. Corinthians (Brazil)
    16. Grêmio (Brazil)
    17. Internacional (Brazil)
    18. Estudiantes (Argentina)
    19. Vélez Sarsfield (Argentina)
    20. Atlético Mineiro (Brazil)
    21. Universidad Católica (Chile)
    22. Flamengo (Brazil)
    23. Universitario (Peru)
    24. Universidad de Chile (Chile)
    25. Atlético Nacional (Colombia)
    26. Vasco da Gama (Brazil)
    27. América de Cali (Colombia)
    28. Libertad (Paraguay)
    29. Millonarios (Colombia)
    30. Fluminense (Brazil)
    31. Bolívar (Bolivia)
    32. Barcelona (Ecuador)
    33. Alianza Lima (Peru)
    34. Defensor Sporting (Uruguay)
    35. Deportivo Cali (Colombia)
    36. Newell's Old Boys (Argentina)
    37. Montevideo Wanderers (Uruguay)
    38. Sporting Cristal (Peru)
    39. Emelec (Ecuador)
    40. Botafogo (Brazil)
    41. Guaraní (Paraguay)
    42. Rosario Central (Argentina)
    43. Huracán (Argentina)
    44. El Nacional (Ecuador)
    45. Lanús (Argentina)
    46. Cobreloa (Chile)
    47. L.D.U. Quito (Ecuador)
    48. Unión Española (Chile)
    49. Independiente Santa Fe (Colombia)
    50. The Strongest (Bolivia)
     
  2. King of STS

    King of STS Member

    Oct 20, 2017
    Top 10 Football Leagues (South America), based on All-Time Performance in All CONMEBOL Club Competitions

    1. Argentina (Argentine Primera División)
    2. Brazil (Campeonato Brasileiro Série A)
    3. Uruguay (Uruguayan Primera División)
    4. Colombia (Categoría Primera A)
    5. Paraguay (Paraguayan Primera División)
    6. Chile (Chilean Primera División)
    7. Ecuador (Ecuadorian Serie A)
    8. Peru (Peruvian Primera División)
    9. Bolivia (Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano)
    10. Venezuela (Venezuelan Primera División)
     
  3. praxis.en

    praxis.en Member

    May 13, 2015
    Bogota DC.
    Club:
    America de Cali
    LOL. San Lorenzo #10?
    and no colombian club even in the top 20?
    teams like Racing barely made impact beside winning the cup in the 60's or whatev


    who made this..?
     
  4. AcesHigh

    AcesHigh Member+

    Nov 30, 2005
    Novo Hamburgo
    Club:
    Gremio Porto Alegre
    Nat'l Team:
    Brazil
    what? Grêmio only 16th?

    2x Lib champions (When thread was created, now 3x)
    5x Copa do Brasil champion
    2x Brazil league champion
     
  5. NaBUru38

    NaBUru38 Member

    Mar 8, 2016
    Las Canteras, Uruguay
    Club:
    Club Nacional de Football
    That ranking puts too much emphasis to national championships.

    Estudiantes won four Libertadores, that should put them easily into the top 10.
    Gremio won four Libertadores, that should put them easily into the top 15.

    River won just three Libertadores, they can't be in the top 5.
    Colo-Colo played just two Libertadores finals, they can't be in the top 15.
    Corinthians played just one Libertadores final, they can't be in the top 20.
     
  6. AcesHigh

    AcesHigh Member+

    Nov 30, 2005
    Novo Hamburgo
    Club:
    Gremio Porto Alegre
    Nat'l Team:
    Brazil
    I really hope you came from the future, from December 2018 to be more exact.

    Grêmio also won a World Title and tied with that GREAT Ajax team of 1995, which was basically the Dutch national team.


    Also, in Brazil, the Brazil Cup has a great weight, maybe unlike national Cups in other S.American countries? And Grêmio won five Brazil Cups. So does Cruzeiro.

    But Grêmio has one Libertadores more. Plus the intercontinental title.
     
  7. NaBUru38

    NaBUru38 Member

    Mar 8, 2016
    Las Canteras, Uruguay
    Club:
    Club Nacional de Football
    Just a typo. I wouldn't waste a time machine to write in forums :p
     

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