Teams from five different countries will participate in the knockout rounds, headlined by six Brazilian sides. Four Argentine sides and three Paraguayan sides will participate, as will two from Ecuador and one from Uruguay.
In the draw, the eight first place finishers will be drawn against the eight runners-up, with the first leg matches to be played in late July.
🔝 The 8️⃣ first place finishers!
🇧🇷 4 clubs from Brazil
🇵🇾 3 clubs from Paraguay
🇦🇷 1 club from Argentina #CONMEBOLLibertadores pic.twitter.com/Pxrn56UbGH — CONMEBOL Libertadores (@TheLibertadores) May 10, 2019
And the 8️⃣ sides who qualify for the Round of 16 as runners-up!
🇦🇷 3 clubs from Argentina
🇧🇷 2 clubs from Brazil
🇪🇨 2 clubs from Ecuador
🇺🇾 1 club from Uruguay #CONMEBOLLibertadores pic.twitter.com/c9rkfqH4ur — CONMEBOL Libertadores (@TheLibertadores) May 10, 2019
The draw will take place on Monday evening at CONMEBOL Headquarters in Paraguay.
The final is set for November 23rd in Santiago.