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CONCACAF Champions League

CONCACAF Champions League

The CONCACAF Champions League is an international club football competition organized by the Confederation of North, Central American, and Caribbean Association Football. Only teams from countries registered in the CONCACAF can participate in the competition. The CONCACAF Champions League starts in July and runs until the end of April 2010. The CONCACAF Champions League winner gets a spot in the FIFA Club World Cup competitions as the CONCACAF representative. There are 24 soccer clubs, which participate in the competition. This number is reduced to 16 at the group stage level. The Current Champion is Atlante from Mexico; they also share the record for the most successful club in the history of the competition having won it 5 times along with America also from Mexico.

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Channels licensed to broadcast CONCACAF Champions League in United States

Univision USA
2012-2022
Spanish and Portuguese multi-platform broadcast rights.

 

News

Concacaf Champions League final 2015: Why all of Major League Soccer wants ...
Telegraph.co.uk
It is the likes of Ignacio Piatti, Dilly Duka, Andrés Romero and Nigel Reo-Coker - players barely household names in the ice-hockey-crazed Montreal - who are just one game away from giving an MLS club victory in the Concacaf Champions League for the ...
Club América 1, Montreal Impact 1 | CONCACAF Champions League Match ...
MLSsoccer.com
Ignacio Piatti's 16th-minute goal looked to be the decider in the two teams' first leg clash in the CONCACAF Champions League final, setting the stage for a monumental upset, but Mexico international Oribe Peralta nodded in a corner kick in the 89th ...
Impact draw Club América, move closer to improbable CONCACAF title
SI.com
The Montreal Impact were denied Major League Soccer's third win on Mexican soil when Oribe Peralta's close-range, 89th-minute header lifted Club América to a 1-1 tie on Wednesday night at the Estadio Azteca. But the late goal didn't tarnish the Impact ...
MLS's Montreal Impact advances to CONCACAF Champions League final
Washington Post (blog)
Yes, against the run of play in league competition, the Montreal Impact continues to amaze in the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League. Despite a 4-2 defeat at Costa Rica's Alajuelense on Tuesday night, the Impact won the two-leg series by virtue of ...
CONCACAF Champions League: Everything you need to know about Montreal ...
MLSsoccer.com
After losing the first leg of their Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League semifinals, 3-0, Club America walloped Herediano, 6-0, on Wednesday, putting them through to the final, where they will be favored against Montreal. It's a daunting task ahead of ...
Champions League: Montreal Impact near sellout for home leg of CCL final at ...
MLSsoccer.com
Tickets for the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final between the Montreal Impact and Club América at the Big O on April 29 have almost sold out. A Montreal Impact spokesperson told MLSsoccer.com on Thursday that the stadium's capacity ...
Champions League: Montreal Impact's Laurent Ciman allays injury fears, right ...
MLSsoccer.com
On Wednesday, Ciman played all 90 minutes of Montreal's 1-1 draw against Club América in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final in Mexico City. But supporters got nervous when word came out that Ciman had struggled to exit Estadio ...
MLS shift Montreal Impact's league game for Champions League final
ESPN FC
Major League Soccer has postponed the Montreal Impact's game against the San Jose Earthquakes previously scheduled for April 25 because of Montreal's involvement in the CONCACAF Champions League final. The Impact will travel to Mexico to face ...
Road to the Champions League Final
Mount Royal Soccer (blog)
Much like the UEFA Champions League, the CONCACAF Champions League starts with a group stage, with three teams per group. Montréal would wind up being drawn in the same group as C.D. FAS, a fast team from soccer crazed El Salvador, and the ...
Are the Montreal Impact Truly Canada's Team in the CONCACAF Champions ...
Waking The Red (blog)
In 2009 all of Canada was behind the Montreal Impact when they became the first ever Canadian team to reach the quarterfinals on the CONCACAF Champions League. Five years later ... "I really can't see any benefit to Canadian soccer," explains Anderton.

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