6. Penarol

Penarol is a Uruguay Football Club and has always been a dominant force in Uruguayan football, having 50 league titles and 5 Copa Libertadores. Despite their great history, Penarol is yet to achieve a title at the continent level since 1987 (finished as runner-up after Santos in 2011) so they are in a not so great place at the moment.

The most famous player of Penarol is talent Ghiggia who scored the winning goal to defeat Brazil in the 1950 World Cup.

5. Colo-Colo

Colo-Colo is FC from Chile which is one of the best clubs of the nation with thirty-two league titles, 11 cups, and one Libertadores triumph. All of which are testaments to Colo-Colo’s illustrious history. The club has famous for cultivating a lot of local stars for the national side which featured Chile’s style of fast and attacking football.

4. Olimpia

Olimpia is FC from Paraguay with a glorious past, winning 43 league titles and three Libertadores. In 1979, the club achieved its zenith of success when it won the quadruple of League title, Libertadores, Copa Interamerica and Intercontinental Cup.

It’s most famous players is Roque Santa Cruz, the current captain of the national team and highest scoring percentage for Paraguayan team.

3. Atletico Nacional

Atletico Nacional is FC  from Colombia. A recent development in their performances has led to win seven league titles in the last decade and transformed the club into one of the major powers of Latin football.

The club is renowned as the home of the legendary goalkeeper Rene Higuita, well-known for his sweeping style and dribbling despite of being a goalkeeper.

2. Independiente

Independiente is FC from Argentina and is one of the most historic clubs of Argentina with 16 Primera titles and 9 National Cups, 7 Copa Libertadores, three Copa Interamericana, two Supercopa Sudamericana, two Intercontinental Cup, and one Recopa Sudamericana.

Its silverware contributed to its reputation as the most important club in Argentina. But in recent years, it has decreased its relegation but has again bounced back under the participation of Hugo Moyano.