2023 Copa do Brasil
|Dates||21 February – 24 September|
|Goals scored||149 (2.48 per match)|
|Top goal scorer(s)||Lorran (5 goals)|
2024 →All statistics correct as of 16 March 2023.
The 2023 Copa do Brasil (officially the Copa Betano do Brasil 2023 for sponsorship reasons) is the 35th edition of the Copa do Brasil football competition. It will be held between 21 February and 24 September 2023. Flamengo are the defending champions.
The competition is contested by 92 teams, either qualified by participating in their respective state championships (70), by the 2023 CBF ranking (10), by the 2022 Copa do Nordeste (1), by the 2022 Copa Verde (1), by the 2022 Série B (1), by the 2022 Série A (1) or those qualified for 2023 Copa Libertadores (8).
The champions will qualify for the 2024 Copa Libertadores group stage and 2024 Supercopa do Brasil.
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Teams in bold are qualified directly for the third round.
- a Originally, Pacajus qualified for the Copa do Brasil by winning the 2022 Copa Fares Lopes, however, CBF announced that the 2022 Copa Fares Lopes did not meet the requirements as Copa do Brasil qualification tournament. CBF awarded the berth to the best placed team in the 2022 Campeonato Cearense not already qualified, Iguatu (2022 Campeonato Cearense 4th place).
- b As Guarani (São Paulo) and Criciúma (Santa Catarina) had the same number of points in the CBF ranking, a draw to determine the qualified team was held on 16 January 2023, 15:00 at CBF headquarters in Rio de Janeiro.
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The competition is a single-elimination tournament, the first two rounds are played as a single match and the rest are played as a two-legged ties. Twelve teams enter in the third round, which are teams qualified for 2023 Copa Libertadores (8), Série A best team not qualified for 2023 Copa Libertadores, Série B champions, Copa Verde champions and Copa do Nordeste runners-up. The remaining 80 teams play in the first round, the 40 winners play the second round, and the 20 winners play the third round. Finally, the sixteen third round winners advance to the round of 16.
The schedule of the competition will be as follows:
|Stage||First leg||Second leg|
|Third round||12 April||26 April|
|Round of 16||17 May||31 May|
|Quarter-finals||5 July||12 July|
|Semi-finals||9 August||16 August|
|Finals||16 September||23 September|
The draw for the first and second rounds was held on 8 February 2023, 14:00 at CBF headquarters in Rio de Janeiro. Teams were seeded by their CBF ranking (shown in parentheses). The 80 qualified teams were divided in eight groups (A-H) with 10 teams each. The matches were drawn from the respective confronts: A vs. E; B vs. F; C vs. G; D vs. H. The lower-ranked teams will host the first round match.
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In the first round, each tie was played on a single-legged basis. The lower-ranked team hosted the match. If tied after 90 minutes, the higher-ranked team would automatically advance to second round.
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In the second round, each tie was played on a single-legged basis. If the score was level, the match would go straight to the penalty shoot-out to determine the winners.
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The draw for the third round will be held on 27 March 2023 at CBF headquarters in Rio de Janeiro. In a first draw, the 32 teams, seeded by their CBF ranking, will be drawn into 16 ties. The home and away teams of each leg will be decided in a second draw. CBF ranking is shown in parentheses.
|Pot A||Pot B|
In the third round, each tie will be played on a home-and-away two-legged basis. If the aggregate score is level, the second-leg match will go straight to the penalty shoot-out to determine the winners.
|Team 1||Agg.||Team 2||1st leg||2nd leg|
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- As of 16 March 2023
|3||Allan Rosário||São Raimundo||3|
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Source: "2023 Copa do Brasil", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, March 17th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2023_Copa_do_Brasil.
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- ^ "EXCLUSIVO: Betano terá title sponsor da Copa do Brasil até 2025" (in Portuguese). Máquina do Esporte. 1 December 2022.
- ^ "Calendário 2023: Brasileirão será paralisado em Datas FIFA pela primeira vez" (in Portuguese). CBF. 21 September 2022.
- ^ a b c d "Regulamento Específico da Competição Copa do Brasil 2023" (PDF) (in Portuguese). CBF.
- ^ "Iguatu fica com quarta vaga do futebol cearense e estará na Copa do Brasil em 2023; entenda" (in Portuguese). Globo. 27 December 2022.
- ^ "Criciúma ganha o sorteio contra o Guarani e fica com a vaga para a Copa do Brasil" (in Portuguese). Globo. 16 January 2023.
- ^ "CALENDÁRIO DO FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO 2023" (PDF) (in Portuguese). CBF.
- ^ "Sorteio define jogos da Primeira Fase da Copa Betano do Brasil 2023" (in Portuguese). CBF. 8 February 2023.
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