CONCACAF Champions League

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The CONCACAF Champions League (also known as CONCACAF Champions Cup) is an annual continental club football competition organized by CONCACAF for the top football clubs in North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.wikipedia
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2019 CONCACAF Champions League

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The competition has been completed 54 times through the 2019 event, with 56 champions due to a three-way shared title in the 1978 competition. The current champions of the competition are Monterrey, who defeated UANL in the 2019 finals.
The 2019 CONCACAF Champions League (officially the 2019 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League) was the 11th edition of the CONCACAF Champions League under its current name, and overall the 54th edition of the premier football club competition organized by CONCACAF, the regional governing body of North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.

2018 CONCACAF Champions League

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The tournament currently uses a knockout format, though the tournament had a group stage prior to the 2018 tournament.
The 2018 CONCACAF Champions League (officially the 2018 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League for sponsorship reasons) was the 10th edition of the CONCACAF Champions League under its current name, and overall the 53rd edition of the premier football club competition organized by CONCACAF, the regional governing body of North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.

FIFA Club World Cup

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The winner of the CONCACAF Champions League automatically qualifies for the quarter-finals of the FIFA Club World Cup.
The current format of the tournament involves seven teams competing for the title at venues within the host nation over a period of about two weeks; the winners of that year's AFC Champions League (Asia), CAF Champions League (Africa), CONCACAF Champions League (North America), Copa Libertadores (South America), OFC Champions League (Oceania), and UEFA Champions League (Europe), along with the host nation's national champions, participate in a straight knock-out tournament.

C.F. Pachuca

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The only four teams to successfully defend the trophy are all Mexican: América, Cruz Azul, Pachuca and Monterrey.
Since then, it has been one of the most successful clubs in Mexico, winning six national championships, four CONCACAF Champions' Cups, the 2007 SuperLiga, and one Copa Sudamericana.

Deportivo Saprissa

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The most successful non-Mexican club is Saprissa of Costa Rica with three titles.
It stands as one of the more successful teams in the CONCACAF region as well, having won the CONCACAF Champions' Cup three times – in 1993, 1995, and 2005.

C.F. Monterrey

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The only four teams to successfully defend the trophy are all Mexican: América, Cruz Azul, Pachuca and Monterrey.
Monterrey has won four league titles, two domestic cups, and four CONCACAF Champions League titles (notably, three consecutive tournaments in 2011, 2012 and 2013).

Club América

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Mexican side Club América are the most successful club in the competition's history with seven titles, followed by fellow Mexican-side Cruz Azul with six titles.
It has won a record seven CONCACAF Champions Cup/Champions League titles, two Copa Interamericana cups and one CONCACAF Giants Cup.

Cruz Azul

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Mexican side Club América are the most successful club in the competition's history with seven titles, followed by fellow Mexican-side Cruz Azul with six titles.
Cruz Azul's six titles makes it the second most successful club in the history of the CONCACAF Champions League, the most prestigious international club competition in North American football, trailing Mexico City rivals, Club America.

2019 CONCACAF Champions League Finals

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The current champions of the competition are Monterrey, who defeated UANL in the 2019 finals.
The 2019 CONCACAF Champions League Finals were the final matches of the 2019 CONCACAF Champions League, the 11th edition of the CONCACAF Champions League under its current name, and overall the 54th edition of the premier football club competition organised by CONCACAF, the regional governing body of North America, Central America and the Caribbean.

Major League Soccer

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After the creation of the United States' Major League Soccer, the competition became a straight knockout competition from 1997 until it was revamped into a tournament with a group stage in 2008. The last format, used from 2004 to 2008, had eight teams competing – four from the North American zone (two from Mexico, two from the United States), three from the Central American zone, and one from the Caribbean zone. For the United States, three berths are allocated through the Major League Soccer (MLS) regular season and playoffs (the MLS Cup winner, the Supporters' Shield winner, and the other regular season conference winner); the fourth berth is allocated to the winner of its domestic cup competition, the U.S. Open Cup.
MLS teams also compete against continental rivals in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Liga FPD

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The second most successful league has been Costa Rica's Primera División with six titles in total.

CONCACAF League

Ten teams qualify automatically based on domestic performance, along with the top six teams (Champion, Runner-up, Two losing semi-finalists, and Two best losing quarter-finalists) of the CONCACAF League, played at the end of the previous calendar year.
The top six teams in the competition proceed to the CONCACAF Champions League.

Caribbean Club Championship

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The last format, used from 2004 to 2008, had eight teams competing – four from the North American zone (two from Mexico, two from the United States), three from the Central American zone, and one from the Caribbean zone.
The Caribbean Club Championship serves as a qualifying event for the CONCACAF Champions League tournament.

UNCAF Interclub Cup

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The last format, used from 2004 to 2008, had eight teams competing – four from the North American zone (two from Mexico, two from the United States), three from the Central American zone, and one from the Caribbean zone.
It also provided qualification places for the CONCACAF Champions' Cup, to which the top 3 teams advance.

1978 CONCACAF Champions' Cup

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The competition has been completed 54 times through the 2019 event, with 56 champions due to a three-way shared title in the 1978 competition.
The 1978 CONCACAF Champions' Cup was the 14th edition of the annual international club football competition held in the CONCACAF region (North America, Central America and the Caribbean), the CONCACAF Champions' Cup.

MLS Cup

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For the United States, three berths are allocated through the Major League Soccer (MLS) regular season and playoffs (the MLS Cup winner, the Supporters' Shield winner, and the other regular season conference winner); the fourth berth is allocated to the winner of its domestic cup competition, the U.S. Open Cup.
A U.S.-based team that wins the MLS Cup is awarded one of that country's berths in the following year's CONCACAF Champions League.

Canadian Championship

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The lone Canadian berth is awarded to the winner of the Canadian Championship – Canada's domestic cup competition.
The winner is awarded the Voyageurs Cup and Canada's berth in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Supporters' Shield

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For the United States, three berths are allocated through the Major League Soccer (MLS) regular season and playoffs (the MLS Cup winner, the Supporters' Shield winner, and the other regular season conference winner); the fourth berth is allocated to the winner of its domestic cup competition, the U.S. Open Cup.
Since 2006, the Supporters' Shield winner has earned a berth in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Seattle Sounders FC

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In December 2016, Manuel Quintanilla, president of the Nicaraguan Football Federation, spoke of a possible new format for the competition, a statement that was later corroborated by Garth Lagerwey, the general manager of Seattle Sounders FC.
The team has qualified for the MLS Cup Playoffs in each of its eleven seasons, making the final three times, and competed in the CONCACAF Champions League five times, advancing to the semifinal round once.

U.S. Open Cup

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For the United States, three berths are allocated through the Major League Soccer (MLS) regular season and playoffs (the MLS Cup winner, the Supporters' Shield winner, and the other regular season conference winner); the fourth berth is allocated to the winner of its domestic cup competition, the U.S. Open Cup.
In addition, the tournament winner qualifies for the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League.

Liga MX

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The last format, used from 2004 to 2008, had eight teams competing – four from the North American zone (two from Mexico, two from the United States), three from the Central American zone, and one from the Caribbean zone.
Each year, four teams from Liga MX qualify for the CONCACAF Champions League, the premier North American club competition.

Montreal Impact

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In 2015, the Impact became the second MLS club, and first Canadian club, to advance to the final of the CONCACAF Champions League, in its current name since 2008, where they had finished runners up in the two game aggregate goal series against Club América.

CONCACAF

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The CONCACAF Champions League (also known as CONCACAF Champions Cup) is an annual continental club football competition organized by CONCACAF for the top football clubs in North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.
The CONCACAF Champions League, originally known as the CONCACAF Champions' Cup, is an annual continental club association football competition organized by CONCACAF since 1962 for the top football clubs in the region.

Montreal Impact (1992–2011)

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The all-time single game high was the 55,571 fans in attendance for the 2009 CONCACAF Champions League quarter-final against Santos Laguna (Mexico) at Olympic Stadium in Montreal.

Scotiabank

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The tournament is officially known as the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League, since February 2015, due to sponsorship by Scotiabank.
Scotiabank is the title sponsor for a number of sports events including the Calgary Marathon, the CONCACAF Champions League tournament (since 2015), and the Jewish National Fund's "Pitch for Israel" event.