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Liga MX open to potential new cup competition with MLS - president - ESPN FC
ESPN FC
Liga MX and MLS teams already compete against each other in the CONCACAF Champions League. After withdrawing from the Copa Libertadores, Liga MX is open to a potential new cup competition in collaboration with Major League Soccer, the Mexican ...
Where to find Manchester City vs. Chelsea on US TV and streaming - World Soccer Talk
World Soccer Talk
Chelsea and tons of Premier League soccer games with a free 7-day trial. With the legal ... Plus Sling Blue, the legal streaming service, also streams the La Liga, Liga MX, MLS, Primeira Liga, Serie A, Ligue Un, League Cup, Championship, CONMEBOL World ...and more »
Seattle Sounders reach first MLS Cup with win over Colorado Rapids - MLSsoccer.com
MLSsoccer.com
With the win over Colorado, Seattle also kept alive their hopes of qualifying for the 2017-'18 CONCACAF Champions League. They will need to win the MLS Cup title to earn the last remaining place for US-based teams in next year's tournament, which would ...
MLS and Liga MX must work together, consider closer CONCACAF connection - ESPN FC (blog)
ESPN FC (blog)
MLS and Liga MX both take part in the CONCACAF Champions League, but there is plenty of room to improve their relationship. It's a big week for both Major League Soccer and Liga MX. Conference finals are kicking off up north, while in Mexico the Liga ...and more »
TFC vs. Impact matchup will make history either way - CBC.ca
CBC.ca
The soccer configuration for the stadium allows more seating. The first leg of the Eastern Conference final drew 61,004 at Olympic Stadium, tying the best attendance in Impact history. Toronto's record crowd is 47,658 for the CONCACAF Champions League ...
Sporting KC inks pair of Swope Park Rangers to MLS contracts - Kansas City Star (blog)
Kansas City Star (blog)
Pasher and Zendejas were key contributors in the Rangers' inaugural seasons, which finished with a spot in the United Soccer League championship match. Sporting ... Pasher, 22, appeared in a CONCACAF Champions League match with Sporting KC.
Adieu, Didier: Drogba reflects on stint with Montreal Impact - MLSsoccer.com
MLSsoccer.com
"Playing in a [CONCACAF] Champions League final, there are teams that have dreamt for years and years of playing in one, and Montreal has done that. In the space of two years, making an MLS [conference] semifinal and now a final, I think there are a ...and more »
Armchair Analyst: Five intriguing names we might see in the Expansion Draft - MLSsoccer.com
MLSsoccer.com
He also was instrumental to RBNY qualifying for the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions League. So he won't put up Ignacio Piatti-type numbers, but if you stretch his productivity out over the course of a season, 10g/6a isn't out of the question.

 

About 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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