11 February 2021

Internationally expanded club league

In two years from now a restructuring process awaits the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions league. Six days ago the North, Central American and Caribbean confederation has unveiled a plan of extending and refreshing the competition, where also new elimination ones are commencing that will benefit the whole region.
At the group stage 20 clubs each from North and Central America are going to participate divided in five groups of four, and to this are added 10 more teams from the Caribbean part which are going to be equally distributed in two groups. The fresh format schedule is saying that group games have to finish playing at every fall while the knock out stages (that are going to qualify first 2 clubs) will begin in the spring of the following year, and all this has to kick-off from 2023-24 season.
But before these above games are even played two football events are going to be born on the continent that will pose as qualifiers for the mentioned tournament: Central American Cup and Caribbean Cup.


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