Copa Libertadores - Overview of All Kits

The group stage of the Copa Libertadores kicks off next week, where the remaining 32 teams will compete for the continental title. Clubs from ten countries are involved and South American shirt experts @mantosdofutebol have put together this infographic showing the breakdown of kit manufacturers in the competition.

One thing that’s immediately noticeable is how much more variety there is than in the Champions League, where only six manufacturers were present at the beginning of this season’s competition, compared to the 17 different brands (including the in-house brands who produce the kits of Estudiantes and Fortaleza) in the Copa Libertadores.

Adidas Have the Most Teams in Copa Libertadores

Adidas come out on top with six teams from five different countries wearing their gear in the Copa Libertadores. They are the technical sponsors of Boca Juniors, Emelec, Flamengo, Colo, Sporting Cristal and River Plate, all some of the biggest teams in their respective leagues.

Nike have only four teams in this year’s tournament following their decision to downsize their football operations in South America, with RB Bragantino, Corinthians, Allianza Lima and Club Olimpia wearing the Swoosh.

Nike produced the kits for more than 40% of the clubs in the Champions League this season, compared to just 12.5% in the Copa Libertadores.2021-22 Champions League Kits Overview & Brand Battle - Nike Clearly Leads, All 32 Team's Kits

Puma also have four teams in Cerro Porteno, Club Libertad, Penarol and defending Libertadores champions Palmeiras.

Ecuadorian brand Marathon are next with three teams while Umbro and Le Coq Sportif have two each. The remaining 11 brands, including Kappa and Under Armour, have one team each in the tournament.

All Copa Libertadores Kits

Check out all the kits of the remaining 32 teams in the Copa Libertadores below, divided by groups.

Group A



Deportivo Táchira

Independiente Petrolero

Group B

Athletico Paranaense

Club Libertad


The Strongest

Group C


Vélez Sarsfield

Red Bull Bragantino


Group D

Atlético Mineiro

Independiente Del Valle

Deportes Tolima

América MG

Group E

Boca Juniors


Deportivo Cali

Always Ready

Group F

River Plate

Colo Colo

Allianza Lima


Group G


Cerro Porteño


Club Olimpia

Group H


Universidad Católica

Sporting Cristal


Do you like to see variety in terms of kit manufacturers? Who has the best kits in the Copa Libertadores in your opinion? Let us know in the comments.