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Copa Libertadores Betting

CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores returns for another season of South America’s most prestigious competition as 47 clubs clash to challenge for the status of the best club across the continent. Palmeiras will be looking to retain their title as they hold off competition from rivals Flamengo and River Plate.

Copa Libertadores betting tips

Independiente is the most decorated club in the history of the competition, having won a total of seven trophies. The Argentinian side, Boca Juniors, is just behind with six titles to their name, so there’s no surprise to see the Argentinian sides as favourites when it comes to the Copa Libertadores. Coming from a rich history of footballing greats, Brazil possesses some of the most exciting and talented football players breaking onto the scene, and it’s this heritage that makes the Brazilian teams another favourite in South America’s elite tournament. Looking to bet on more football in South America? Check out our Copa America betting odds

Betting on the Copa Libertadores winner

Current champions, Palmeiras, will be looking to retain their title this season as they search for their fourth Copa Libertadores in the club’s history. River Plate will be looking to return to winning ways, bringing the Brazilian's recent dominance to an end.

You can find all our latest outright Copa Libertadores betting odds right here on Bet UK.

Copa Libertadores betting markets

Explore the outright and in-play betting markets for the CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores to find all the latest odds. With in-play markets, you can bet ahead of the game or live as the action unfolds, including:

Correct score - Predict what the correct score will be come the end of the game

Half-time score - Bet on what the score will be at half-time

Match result - Decide on the result of the match with the team either winning the match or coming away with a draw

Player specials - Select individual bets for players throughout the match, including; cards to be received, total goals scored, and more

Next goalscorer - Predict who will be the next goal scorer as the game progresses

All of these odds can be combined into a bet builder for each game of the tournament.

You can also find the following Copa Libertadores outright odds across the Bet UK markets:

Copa Libertadores winner - Select the team to win the Copa Libertadores title

Top scorer - The player to score the most goals throughout the tournament

Copa Libertadores FAQs

What is the Copa Libertadores?

The Copa Libertadores, also known as the CONMEBOL Libertadores, is South America’s most prestigious tournament, bringing together 47 teams from across the continent to decide the champion. Included in the competition are clubs from; Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Peru, Columbia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Mexico, and Paraguay.

Currently, the Copa Libertadores consists of an initial set of knockout fixtures where teams will compete to advance to stage two. The second stage is more widely known as the group stage where each team will play home and away before advancing to the knockout stages of the tournament. As the teams progress into the knockout phase of the tournament, they will compete over two-legged ties across the quarter-finals, semi-finals, and the penultimate final. The winner of the competition will face the winner of the UEFA Champions League in the Club World Cup Final, deciding the champion of the world club football.

Find all the Copa Libertadores online betting odds for every match in the competition, as you follow all the action from the group stage, through to the decisive knockout stages.

How does qualification work for the Copa Libertadores?

For teams to qualify for South America’s most elite trophy, they will need to win the Apertura and Clausura tournaments or via a top finish in their domestic league. Countries are known to have different qualification processes in place with Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Colombia, Bolivia, Venezuela, and Uruguay adopting the approach mentioned above. Teams in Brazil, Argentina, and Chile will need to go through a European League format to qualify for the Copa Libertadores.

When does the Copa Libertadores start?

The Copa Libertadores typically starts in February and comes to a close in October.

Keep an eye out for all the latest football betting odds on the Bet UK in-play and outright markets as the tournament progresses.

When is the Copa Libertadores final?

The 2022 CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores final will take place on the 27th November at the Estadio Monumental in Guayaquil.

Can I bet on the final?

Follow every second of the final with all the latest in-play odds for the Copa Libertadores final right here on Bet UK. You can bet ahead of the game or live as the game develops.