In a 100% Brazilian final, Corinthians Brabas beat Palmeiras 1-0 in the women’s Libertadores final, in Colombia, and prevented the Alviverde team from winning their second title.
The goal scored by Millene in the 29th minute gave the Parque São Jorge team its fourth title in the continental competition.
In the 17th minute of the first half, Corinthians Vic Albuquerque wasted the chance to open the scoring by taking a penalty against the post.
Palmeiras, champion in 2022, was looking for a second title in its second participation in the competition.
Corinthians played the final part of the match with ten athletes. Defender Tarciane was sent off in the 23rd minute of the second half after receiving a second yellow card for a foul on Bia Zaneratto.
It was the second time that two Brazilian clubs faced each other in search of the title. In 2019, Corinthians won 2-0 over Ferroviária, a team from Araraquara.
Three Brazilian clubs were in the semifinals. Corinthians qualified for the final on the 18th by beating Internacional (RS), on penalties, after a 0-0 draw in normal time. On the 17th, Palmeiras had beaten Atlético Nacional (COL)
In the afternoon, before the final, Atlético Nacional and Internacional competed for third place. The Colombian team won 3-2.
THE LIBERTADORES CHAMPIONS
2010 – Santos
2011 – São José (SP)
2012 – Colo-Colo (CHI)
2013 – São José (SP)
2014 – São José (SP)
2015 – Railway (SP)
2016 – Sportivo Limpeño (PAR)
2017 – Corinthians/Audax
2018 – Atlético Huila (COL)
2019 – Corinthians
2020 – Railway
2021 – Corinthians
2022 – Palmeiras
2023 – CORINTHIANS