The Concacaf Champions League is the most important club tournament in the region and one which has been dominated in recent years by Mexican teams. In the last edition, Tigres conquered his first title, defeating a LAFC that were very close to adding him.
In fact, today we are on the eve of a new final, which will also be between Mexican teams: Monterrey and America. Although we will still have to wait until October 28 to meet the champion, we can say that it will be between two of the four most winning teams in the history of the competition.
Since 2006, Mexican teams have won every tournament finals. And in total the 'Aztec' squads have added 32 championships since the first competition in 1962 before the name change. Counting from the start of the competition, Club América de México leads the championship table with seven, followed by Cruz Azul with six and Club Pachuca, current champion of the Mexican League, with five trophies.
Concacaf Champions League: What are the top champions of the competition?
- America (Mexico): 7 trophies
- Cruz Azul (Mexico): 6 trophies
- Pachuca (Mexico): 5 trophies
- Monterrey (Mexico): 4 trophies
- Pumas (Mexico): 3 trophies
- Saprissa (Costa Rica): 3 trophies
Concacaf Champions League: Who is the last champion?
The last champion of the tournament is Tigres de Mexico, who beat LAFC 2-1.
Concacaf Champions League: When will the next final be played?
The final of the Concachampions is defined. Monterrey and América will look for the ticket to be the representative of Concacaf in the Club World Cup. The game will be played on October 27 at the BBVA Bancomer Stadium, in the city of Monterrey.