• Tuesday Apr 23, 2013

    All-Time CONCACAF Club Champions

    On May 1, Monterrey became only the second team to capture three consecutive CONCACAF club titles, when it defeated Santos 4-2 in the second leg of the Champions League final to take the series by the same score.

    Cruz Azul, which shares the confederation mark for most championships with Club America at five, also lifted the trophy on three straight occasions (1969, 1970, 1971).

    CONCACAF CLUB CHAMPIONS

    CONCACAF Champions Cup (1962 - 2008)
    1962: CD Guadalajara (Mexico)
    1963: Racing Club Haïtien (Haiti)
    1967: Alianza FC (El Salvador)
    1968: CD Toluca (Mexico)
    1969: CD SC Cruz Azul (Mexico)
    1970: CD SC Cruz Azul (Mexico)
    1971: CD SC Cruz Azul (Mexico)
    1972: CD Olimpia (Honduras)
    1973: SV Transvaal (Suriname)
    1974: CSD Municipal (Guatemala)
    1975: Atlético Español (Mexico)
    1976: CD Aguila (El Salvador)
    1977: Club América (Mexico)
    1978: Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico), CSD Comunicaciones (Guatemala), Defence Force (Trinidad & Tobago)
    1979: CD FAS (El Salvador)
    1980: Pumas (Mexico)
    1981: SV Transvaal (Suriname)
    1982: Pumas (Mexico)
    1983: Atlante FC (Mexico)
    1984: Violette AC (Haiti)
    1985: Defence Force (Trinidad & Tobago)
    1986: LD Alajuelense (Costa Rica)
    1987: Club América (Mexico)
    1988: CD Olimpia (Honduras)
    1989: Pumas (Mexico)
    1990: Club América (Mexico)
    1991: Puebla (Mexico)
    1992: Club América (Mexico)
    1993: Deportivo Saprissa (Costa Rica)
    1994: CS Cartaginés (Costa Rica)
    1995: Deportivo Saprissa (Costa Rica)
    1996: CD SC Cruz Azul (Mexico)
    1997: CD SC Cruz Azul (Mexico)
    1998: D.C. United (USA)
    1999: CID Necaxa (Mexico)
    2000: Los Angeles Galaxy (USA)
    2002: Pachuca CF (Mexico)
    2003: CD Toluca (Mexico)
    2004: LD Alajuelense (Costa Rica)
    2005: Deportivo Saprissa (Costa Rica)
    2006: Club América (Mexico)
    2007: Pachuca CF (Mexico)
    2008: Pachuca CF (Mexico)

    CONCACAF Champions League (2009 - present)
    2009: Atlante FC (Mexico)
    2010: Pachuca CF (Mexico)
    2011: CF Monterrey (Mexico)
    2012: CF Monterrey (Mexico)
    2013: CF Monterrey (Mexico)

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