For the final results in Argentina and Brazil follow the links below.
Argentina final standings
Brazil final standings
Action finished at the back end of November with Oriente Petrolero winning their 5th Bolivian league championship. The other Copa Libertadores qualifiers are Jorge Wilstermann and Bolívar.
The Chilean championship concluded with Universidad Cátolica chasing down runaway leaders Colo-Colo to win their 10th Chilean league title. Both sides qualified for the Copa Libertadores 2011. The other qualification place was determined by a qualification playoff (liguilla) which was won by Unión Española.
Everton and San Luis were relegated from the division but both of the sides that had to play in the relegation playoffs (Santiago Morning & Universidad de Concepción) won and kept their places in the top flight.
|Winner: Audax Italiano|
|Unión Española||0-0||Universidad de Chile|
|Universidad de Chile||1-4||Unión Española|
|Winner: Unión Española|
|Unión Española||2-1||Audax Italiano|
|Audax Italiano||1-1||Unión Española|
|Winner: Unión Española|
|Santiago Morning||3-1 (aet)||Antofagasta|
|Winner: Santiago Morning|
|Curicó Unido||0-2||Universidad de Concepción|
|Universidad de Concepción||3-2||Curicó Unido|
|Winner: Universidad de Concepción|
In Colombia Once Caldas beat Deportes Tolima in the final of the Cluasura tournament to win their 4th league title, both sides qualified to the Copa Libertadores 2011 along with Junior who were the winners of the Apertura tournament.
|Deportes Tolima||2-1||Once Caldas|
|Once Caldas||3-1||Deportes Tolima|
|Winner: Once Caldas|
Cortulua were automatically relegated and Envigado survived their relegation playoff against Deportivo Pasto.
The Ecuadorian final was contested between Liga de Quito and Emelec in a repeat of the 1998 final that LDU won 7-1 on aggregate. Liga won the 2010 version too but by the less grandiose scoreline of 2-1.
Deportivo Quito will join those too sides in the Copa Libertadores after an away goals win against Barcelona Sporting Club after a 3-3 aggregate draw.
Macará and Universidad Cátolica were relegated.
|Liga de Quito||2-0||Emelec|
|Emelec||1-0||Liga de Quito|
|Winner: Liga de Quito|
3rd place playoff
|Deportivo Quito||2-0||Barcelona Sporting Club|
|Barcelona Sporting Club||3-1||Deportivo Quito|
|Winner: Deportivo Quito|
Libertad won the Clausura tournament and join Guaraní in the Copa Libertadores, Cerro Porteño also qualify having accumulated the most points of the non championship winning sides.
PeruUniversidad San Martín won their third Peruvian league title beating León de Huanuco in the final. The first leg of which was marred by a mass brawl. Tim Vickery wrote an interesting article about it on the BBC website.
|León||1-1||Universidad San Martín|
|Universidad San Martín||2-1||León|
|Winner: Universidad San Martín|
Defensor Sporting Club won their third short tournament since 2008, finishing one point ahead of NacionalBella Vista and and two points ahead of massive overachievers El Tanque Sisley. After a dreadful run of results Tacurembo, (the only Primera División team from outside the capital Montevideo) will face a massive fight to stay in the division during the Clausura 2011 tournament.
VenezuelaAfter leading for most of the season and then chucking it away in the last few games real Esppor came agonisingly close to winning their first league title finishing level on points with champions Deportivo Táchira but with a goal difference of +19 to Táchira's +20.
For more South American football highlights, including the Argentine & Brazilian leagues and international tournaments: click here.