|Organising body||Brazilian Football Confederation|
|Region||Brazil's North and Central-West plus Espírito Santo|
|Number of teams||24|
|Current champions||Paysandu (2nd title)|
|Most successful club(s)|| Paysandu|
|Television broadcasters||Rede Cultura do Pará|
Mycujoo (Live streaming)
|2019 Copa Verde|
The Copa Verde (English: Green Cup) is an annual regional knockout football competition that started in 2014, and played by 24 teams from the North and Central-West regions, plus Espírito Santo (Espírito Santo state was included because they competed in the old Copa Centro Oeste).
Initially, the champion of the tournament gained a place in the next year's Copa Sudamericana. With the changes implemented by CONMEBOL in 2016 causes a competition no longer qualify in Copa Sudamericana from edition. The champion will now have a spot in the Round of 16 of the Copa do Brasil of the following year. The cup will be organized by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), with two-legged playoff games played from February to May between the 18 participating teams.
The tournament was created with the purpose of making a North Region version of the Copa do Nordeste, hence the name Verde, meaning green, is an allusion to the Amazon Forest. The competition was expanded to include clubs from the Central-West Region and from Espírito Santo state (as the state competed in the defunct Copa Centro-Oeste). The competition was officially announced in September by the competitions director of the Brazilian Football Confederation.
Since its first edition, in 2014, the Brazilian Sports Ministry along with the television channel TV Esporte Interativo divided the travel costs of the teams. However, in May 2018, the channel announced that it will not renew the broadcast rights contract of the tournament.
|2014||Brasília||1–2||Paysandu||Estádio Olímpico do Pará, Belém||18,256||Brasiliense and Remo|
|Brasília||2–1||Paysandu||Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, Brasília||51,701|
|3–3 on aggregate; Brasília won 7–6 in a penalty shootout.2|
|2015||Cuiabá||1–4||Remo||Estádio Olímpico do Pará, Belém||34,973||Luverdense and Paysandu|
|Cuiabá||5–1||Remo||Arena Pantanal, Cuiabá||3,315|
|Cuiabá won 6–5 on aggregate.|
|2016||Paysandu||2–0||Gama||Estádio Olímpico do Pará, Belém||26,610||Aparecidense and Remo|
|Paysandu||1–2||Gama||Estádio Walmir Campelo Bezerra, Gama||9,090|
|Paysandu won 3–2 on aggregate.|
|2017||Luverdense||3–1||Paysandu||Arena Pantanal, Cuiabá||1,853||Rondoniense and Santos|
|Luverdense||1–1||Paysandu||Estádio Olímpico do Pará, Belém||26,653|
|Luverdense won 4–2 on aggregate.|
|2018||Paysandu||2–0||Atlético Itapemirim||Estádio Kléber Andrade, Cariacica||6,965||Luverdense and Manaus|
|Paysandu||1–1||Atlético Itapemirim||Estádio Olímpico do Pará, Belém||32,900|
|Paysandu won 3–1 on aggregate.|