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    CCL Final: All-Time Results & Scorers

    Action from the inaugural CONCACAF Champions League final between host Atlante (left) and Cruz Azul on May 12, 2009 in Cancun, Mexico. (Photo: Mexsport)

    MEXICO CITY – The first leg of the 2013-14 CONCACAF Champions League (CCL) final finished scoreless for the second consecutive year as host Cruz Azul and Toluca battled to a stalemate at the rain-soaked Estadio Azul on April 15. 

    Both sides will meet again at the Estadio Nemesio Diez on Wednesday in search of their first CCL championship, though they have won seven CONCACAF Champions Cup titles between them (Cruz Azul, a record-equaling five, and two for Toluca).

    Another goalless draw in the second leg will take the series to extra time.  A draw of 1-1 or greater will give the crown to Cruz Azul on the away-goals rule.  The only time a champion was determined using that method happened in the 2009-10 edition, when a last-minute strike by Edgar Benitez – who now plays for Toluca – saw Pachuca overcome Cruz Azul after 180 minutes of play ended 2-2 on aggregate.

    Regardless of the final result, there will be a new Confederation champion for the first time in four years, as Monterrey’s three-year reign officially comes to an end.

    Below, CONCACAF.com takes a look back at the previous finals.

     

    ALL-TIME CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL RESULTS & SCORERS

    2008/09
    FIRST LEG
    April 22, 2009: Mexico City, Mexico – Estadio Azul (A: 22718)
    Cruz Azul  0
    Atlante  2  (Fernando Navarro 17'; Christian Bermudez 24’)

    SECOND LEG
    May 12, 2009: Cancun, Mexico – Estadio Olimpico Andres Quintana Roo (A: 13000)
    Atlante  0
    Cruz Azul  0
    Atlante wins 2008/09 CONCACAF Champions League (Aggregate: 2-0)

     2009/10
    FIRST LEG
    April 21, 2010: Mexico City, Mexico – Estadio Azul (A: 16186)}
    Cruz Azul  2  (Emanuel Villa 20'; own-goal, Carlos Rodriguez 24')
    Pachuca  1  (Damian Alvarez 69')

    SECOND LEG
    April 28, 2010: Pachuca, Mexico – Estadio Hidalgo (A: 26500)
    Pachuca  1  (Edgar Benitez 90’)
    Cruz Azul  0
    Pachuca wins 2009/10 CONCACAF Champions League on away goals rule (Aggregate: 2-2)

    2010/11
    FIRST LEG
    April 20, 2011: Monterrey, Mexico – Estadio Tecnologico (A: 30247)
    Monterrey  2  (Aldo De Nigris 18'; Humberto Suazo 62' pen)
    Real Salt Lake  2  (Nate Borchers 35'; Javier Morales 89')

    SECOND LEG
    April 27, 2011: Sandy, Utah, USA – Rio Tinto Stadium (A: 20378)
    Real Salt Lake  0
    Monterrey  1  (Humberto Suazo 45'+1)
    Monterrey wins 2010/11 CONCACAF Champions League (Aggregate: 3-2)

    2011/12
    FIRST LEG
    April 18, 2012: Monterrey, Mexico – Estadio Tecnologico (A: 29300)
    Monterrey  2  (Humberto Suazo 60’, 86’)
    Santos  0

     SECOND LEG
    April 25, 2012: Torreon, Mexico – Estadio Corona (A: 28000)
    Santos  2  (Daniel Ludueña 45’; Oribe Peralta 51’)
    Monterrey  1  (Neri Cardozo 81’)
    Monterrey wins 2011/12 CONCACAF Champions League (Aggregate: 3-2)

    2012/13
    FIRST LEG
    April 24, 2013: Torreon, Mexico – Estadio Corona (A: 21401)
    Santos  0
    Monterrey  0

    SECOND LEG
    May 1, 2013: Monterrey, Mexico – Estadio Tecnologico (A: 33667)
    Monterrey  4  (Aldo De Nigris 60’, 86’; Neri Cardozo 83’)
    Santos  2  (Carlos Darwin Quintero 38’; Felipe Baloy 51’)
    Monterrey wins 2012/13 CONCACAF Champions League (Aggregate: 4-2)

    2013/14
    FIRST LEG
    April 15, 2014: Mexico City, Mexico – Estadio Azul (A: 24329)
    Cruz Azul  0
    Toluca  0

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