Flamengo’s Brazilian forward Gabriel Barbosa celebrates with the trophy after winning the Copa Libertadores final, after the football match between Brazilian Flamengo and Athletico Paranaense at the teams Isidro Romero Carbo Monumental Stadium in Guayaquil, Ecuador, on October 29, 2022. Rodrigo Buendia / AFPRodrigo Buendia / AFP
Published 10/31/2022 19:46
Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana in 2022 are barely over, and Conmebol is already thinking about the 2023 season. The entity has set the dates for the draws for competitions next year, both in the preliminary and group stages.
The draw for the group stages of the two most important competitions on the continent will take place in March, at the end of the month, with a date yet to be defined.
In early October, Independiente del Valle, from Ecuador, beat São Paulo and won the Copa Sudamericana title. Last Saturday, Flamengo beat Athletico-PR and won the Libertadores title for the third time.