2018 Season

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7th in Colombian Primera A
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547dTim Vickery

Colombian wipeout in the Copa?

Despite their recent string of success, it's possible that no Colombian teams will be participating in the knockout rounds of the Copa Libertadores.

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551dESPN staff

Nacional win Recopa Sudamericana

Atletico Nacional were crowned Recopa Sudamericana champions on Wednesday with a 4-1 victory -- and 5-3 aggregate win -- over Chapecoense.

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554dTim Vickery

Chapecoense finally travel to Medellin

Chapecoense vs. Atletico Nacional is a celebration that should belong to all, highlighted by a friendship forged through tragedy and football.

561dTim Vickery

Big clubs on the brink of elimination

The knockout games in this year's Libertadores are two months away. But in the case of Atletico Nacional vs. Estudiantes, it is already sudden death.

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588dAssociaed Press

Chape beat Nacional, 'Brothers forever'

Chapecoense beat Colombia's Atletico Nacional 2-1 on Tuesday in an emotional match that commemorated the victims of last year's fatal air crash.

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589dTim Vickery

Chapecoense to finally play Nacional

The 2017 Recopa Sudamericana will pit Chapecoense against Atletico Nacional where a tinge of brotherhood will be evident.

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617dTim Vickery

Can anyone stop South America's big two?

After Colombia's Atletico Nacional won in 2016, Brazil and Argentina clubs will do all they can to regain a stranglehold of the Copa Libertadores.

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694dTim Vickery

Copa Libertadores gets new lease of life

The Copa Libertadores will adopt a new format come 2017 with a year-long calendar in place. Tim Vickery wonders if this will improve the tournament.

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695dAssociated Press

Atletico striker thanks Chapecoense fans

Colombian team had been due to play Chapecoense in the Copa Sudamericana final but plane carrying the Brazilian team crashed on Nov. 28.

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697dAdriana Garcia

FIFA defend VAR trial for Ronaldo goal

FIFA's Head of Refereeing, Massimo Busacca, has defended the use of video replay that is being tested at the Club World Cup in Japan.

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699dTim Vickery

Atletico Nacional lose as VAR debuts

It is hard to think of any South American champion that has played as well in the CWC semifinal.

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699dPA Sport

Kashima Antlers reach CWC final, VAR used

Kashima Antlers became the first Asian team to reach the Club World Cup final after beating Atletico Nacional 3-0.

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699dDermot Corrigan

VAR used for first time at Club World Cup

Decision came with the game at 0-0 when Kashima's Daigo Nishi went to ground after tangling with Atletico defender Orlando Berrio.

700dAssociated Press

Atletico to honour Chape at Club World Cup

"We felt like brothers to the Brazilian team. And all of us were very happy to give them the Copa Sudamericana title," Aguilar said.

701dTim Vickery

CWC full of South American stars

The Club World Cup isn't the happiest tournament for South American club sides though players from the continent excel for just about every team.

706dTim Vickery

Atletico Nacional return to action

Atletico Nacional head to the Club World Cup in Japan with the dreams of millions of Colombians and Brazilians, after the Chapecoense air crash.

706dNick Ames

Real Madrid and Club America head to Japan

The 2016 Club World Cup begins on Dec. 8 with seven teams vying for the title. Nick Ames runs down what you need to know about the teams.

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708dTim Vickery

Chapecoense, Atletico Nacional's friendship

As the football world united, Chapecoense and Atletico Nacional fostered a moving friendship between the clubs disaster did not allow to meet.

708dESPN staff

Chapecoense given Copa title after crash

The Brazilian club Chapecoense, which lost most of its players in a plane crash last week, has been awarded the Copa Sudamericana championship

712dESPN staff

Chapecoense: LaMia charter was reputable

Officials from Brazil side Chapecoense denied they were under any pressure from CONMEBOL to use the LaMia charter service.

712dESPN staff

Title for Chapecoense debated after crash

CONMEBOL chief Alejandro Domínguez said Atletico Nacional's proposal to give the Copa Sudamericana 2016 title to Chapecoense is admirable.

2017-18 L. Águila Table

Deportes Tolima191234+1239
Once Caldas191063+936
La Equidad191135+836
Independiente Medellín19973+1034
Atlético Junior18954+1632
Atlético Nacional18855+729
Rionegro Águilas18855+129
Independiente Santa Fe18774+1128
Deportivo Cali18756+326
América de Cali19676-125
Boyacá Chicó FC19559-920
Patriotas F.C.19559-920
Alianza Petrolera196112-1119
Atlético Huila19469-918
Deportivo Pasto18369-915
Jaguares de Córdoba182511-1711
Leones FC181512-138

RankingsColombian Primera A

Goal Difference20Tied-2nd
Goals Scored553rd
Goals Conceded35Tied-4th