An aircraft with 81 people aboard, including a Brazilian football team, crashed in central Colombia, the country's civil aviation association said on Tuesday.
The "BAe 146" plane was produced by a company that is now part of the UK's BAE Systems.
Players Alan Luciano Ruschel, Marcos Danilo Padilha and Jakson Ragnar Follmann have now been listed as survivors in a statement from Colombia's disaster management agency.
Tributes poured in from the global soccer family.
The club said in a statement it would not be making any official comments until it had more information from Colombian authorities.
"Six people were rescued alive, but unfortunately one died. The rest of the occupants unfortunately died. The tragic toll is 76 victims," Jose Gerardo Acevedo, regional police commander, told journalists.
The plane crashed in a mountainous rural area outside the city of Medellin, where heavy rain at one point halted rescue operations.
It was the first time the small club from Chapeco had ever reached the final of a major South American club competition; but they were underdogs against a club going for a rare double, after winning the Copa Libertadores in July.
Brazilian news outlets reported that 21 journalists had been on board to cover the match.