1967 Copa Libertadores de América
February 11 - August 8|
19 (from 10 confederations)|
23x15px Racing (1st title)|
353 (3.12 per match)|
23x15px Norberto Raffo (14 goals)|
The 1967 Copa Libertadores de América was the eighth edition of the Copa Libertadores, and which 19 club teams from South American nations.
The 1966 winners and runners-up of every nation that belonged to the CONMEBOL took part in the seasonal tournament. The only exceptions were Uruguay, which had its defending champion Peñarol and league champion participate, and Brazil, whose runner-up Santos declined to play.
The tournament was divided into three rounds; the first group stage, the second group stage, and the final. The tournament was won by Racing of Argentina who beat Nacional of Uruguay.
At each stage of the tournament teams receive 2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, and no points for a loss. If two or more teams are equal on points, the following criteria will be applied to determine the ranking in the group stage:
- a one-game playoff;
- superior goal difference;
- draw of lots.
Sixteen teams were drawn into two groups of six and one group of five. In each group, teams played against each other home-and-away. The top two teams in each group advanced to the Second round. Peñarol, the title holders, had a bye to the next round.
There was one group of four teams and one of three. In each group, teams played against each other home-and-away. The top team in each group advanced to the Final.
- Racing and Universitario finished level on points, and Racing won a play-off 2-1
The top goalscorer in the tournament was Norberto Raffo of Racing Club, who scored 14 goals.
- ^ Declined to play because playing in this tournament would jeopardize their performance in their national league. 
- ^ a b José Luis Pierrend, John Beuker, Pablo Ciullini and Karel Stokkermans (29 November 2012). "Copa Libertadores de América 1967". RSSSF. Retrieved 9 December 2012. (Note - source also includes individual match scores, dates and goalscorers)
- ^ Juan Pablo Andrés and Frank Ballesteros (10 July 2004). "Copa Libertadores - Topscorers". RSSSF. Retrieved 9 December 2012.