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1995 Supercopa Libertadores

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The 1995 Supercopa Libertadores was the eighth season of the Supercopa Libertadores, a club football tournament for past Copa Libertadores winners. Independiente, who beat Flamengo 2–1 on aggregate in the final, won the competition for the second consecutive year.
1994 Copa Libertadores winners Vélez Sársfield took part in the Supercopa Sudamericana for the first time, taking the number of participants to 17.
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1995 Supercopa Libertadores

Tournament

1994 Supercopa Libertadores

Tournament

  • Desc: The 1994 Supercopa Libertadores was the seventh season of the Supercopa Libertadores, a club football tournament for past Copa Libertadores winners. The tournament was won by Independiente, who beat Boca Juniors 2–1 on aggregate in the final.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1994_Supercopa_Libertadores
  • Type: Thing, Event
  • Result Score: 1.02
Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense

Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense

Football club

Atlético Madrid

Atlético Madrid

Football club

Pelé

Pelé

Brazilian footballer

San Lorenzo de Almagro

San Lorenzo de Almagro

Football team

Campeón de Campeones

Football competition

  • Desc: Campeón de Campeones is an annual Mexican football competition established in 1942. In its current form, it is contested by the regular Liga MX season winners of the Apertura and Clausura.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campe%C3%B3n_de_Campeones
  • Type: Thing, Organization, SportsOrganization
  • Result Score: 0.04
Enzo Francescoli

Enzo Francescoli

Former football player

  • Desc: Enzo Francescoli Uriarte is a former Uruguayan football player. Due to his elegant style of play, Francescoli was nicknamed "El Príncipe", and "El Flaco" due to his slender frame.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enzo_Francescoli
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 0.02
Ramón Díaz

Ramón Díaz

Argentine footballer

  • Desc: Ramón Ángel Díaz is a former Argentine footballer and manager. He played for River Plate as a striker, and coached it for three tenures, winning eight titles. He is also known by the nickname of El Pelado.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ram%C3%B3n_D%C3%ADaz
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 0.02
Jorge Burruchaga

Jorge Burruchaga

Argentine football coach

  • Desc: Jorge Luis Burruchaga is an Argentine association football coach and former professional football player. He played both as an attacking midfielder and forward and is known for scoring the winning goal in the final of the 1986 FIFA World Cup.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jorge_Burruchaga
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 0.01

1995–96 Argentine Primera División

Sports league season

Roberto Bonano

Roberto Bonano

Argentine footballer

  • Desc: Roberto Oscar Bonano is an Argentine retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper. Already in his 30s, he moved from River Plate to Spain where he spent the remainder of his 17-year professional career in representation of three teams, mainly Alavés.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roberto_Bonano
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 0.00
Miguel Ángel Brindisi

Miguel Ángel Brindisi

Argentine football coach

  • Desc: Miguel Ángel Brindisi de Marco is an Argentine football coach and former attacking midfielder. He played for the Argentine national team at the 1974 FIFA World Cup and currently works as a manager.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miguel_%C3%81ngel_Brindisi
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 0.00

Ronaldo Rodrigues de Jesus

Brazilian footballer

  • Desc: Ronaldo Rodrigues de Jesus is a Brazilian former footballer, initially known on the football pitch as Ronaldo and then as Ronaldão to differentiate him from his younger compatriot and teammate, also dubbed Ronaldo, who was nicknamed Ronaldinho before this was adopted by footballer Ronaldinho Gaúcho.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronaldo_Rodrigues_de_Jesus
  • Type: Person, Thing
  • Result Score: 0.00

Estádio Ícaro de Castro Melo

Stadium in São Paulo, Brazil

  • Desc: The Estádio Ícaro de Castro Melo is a stadium in São Paulo, Brazil. It is located near Ibirapuera Park, which is why it is also known as Estádio do Ibirapuera. It has a capacity of 13,000 people. In 2007, the Pan American Junior Athletics Championships were held in this venue.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Est%C3%A1dio_%C3%8Dcaro_de_Castro_Melo
  • Type: Thing, StadiumOrArena, Place
  • Result Score: 0.00

Claudio Arzeno

Argentina football player

  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 0.00

Ricardo Altamirano

Argentina footballer

  • Desc: Ricardo Daniel Altamirano is a former Argentina international footballer who played as a defender. Altamirano signed as a youth player in 1982 at Unión de Santa Fe, he made his breakthrough into the first team in 1986, but left the club shortly after their relegation from the Argentine Primera in 1988.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ricardo_Altamirano
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 0.00

Marcelo Escudero

Football player

  • Desc: Marcelo Alejandro Escudero is a retired Argentine football midfielder. Escudero started his career with Sporting Punta Alta in the South Bahia Blanca regional League of Argentine football.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcelo_Escudero
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 0.00
Estadio Atilio Paiva Olivera

Estadio Atilio Paiva Olivera

Stadium in Rivera, Uruguay

  • Desc: Estadio Atilio Paiva Olivera is a multi-use stadium in Rivera, Uruguay. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 27,135 people. It was used for the 1995 Copa América and the 1999 South American Under-17 Football Championship.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_Atilio_Paiva_Olivera
  • Type: Thing, Place, StadiumOrArena
  • Result Score: 0.00

1993–94 Argentine Primera División

Sports league season

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