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    Action from the 2015/16 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League final, second leg between visiting Tigres (blue jersey) and Club America. (Photo: Mexsport)

    MONTERREY, Mexico -- The 2016/17 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League final opens Tuesday with a clash between host Tigres and Pachuca at the Estadio Universitario.

    A Mexican club has won the SCCL each of the eight times it has been contested since the inaugural edition in 2008/09, and – with this being the seventh all-Mexican final – that streak will be extended.

    Current Liga MX champion Tigres – in its second consecutive trip to the final -- has never won an international competition, while Pachuca is in search of its fifth CONCACAF crown overall.

    CONCACAF.com takes a look back at the match summaries from each of the previous 16 SCCL final encounters.

    2015/16
    FIRST LEG
    April 20, 2016: Estadio Universitario – San Nicolas de los Garza, Mexico (Att: 39,293)
    Tigres-Club America 0-2 (0-0)
    Dario Benedetto 48’; Osvaldo Martinez 90’+3

    SECOND LEG
    April 27, 2016: Estadio Azteca – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 50,638)
    Club America-Tigres 2-1 (0-1)
    Michael Arroyo 68’; Osvaldo Martinez 89’ pen / Andre-Pierre Gignac 39’
    Club America wins 2015/16 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 4-1)

    2014/15
    FIRST LEG
    April 22, 2015: Estadio Azteca – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 56,783)
    Club America-Impact de Montreal 1-1 (0-1)
    Oribe Peralta 89’ / Ignacio Piatti 16’

    SECOND LEG
    April 29, 2015: Stade Olympique – Montreal, Canada (Att: 61,004)
    Impact de Montreal-Club America 2-4 (1-0)
    Andres Romero 8’; Jack McInerney 89’ / Dario Benedetto 50', 67’, 81’; Oribe Peralta 65'
    Club America wins 2014/15 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 5-3)

    2013/14
    FIRST LEG
    April 15, 2014: Estadio Azul – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 24,329)
    Cruz Azul-Toluca 0-0 (0-0)

    SECOND LEG
    April 23, 2014: Estadio Nemesio Diez – Toluca, Mexico (Att: 20,675)
    Toluca-Cruz Azul 1-1 (0-1)
    Edgar Benitez 63’ / Mariano Pavone 41’
    Cruz Azul wins 2013/14 CONCACAF Champions League on away-goals rule (agg: 1-1)

    2012/13
    FIRST LEG
    April 24, 2013: Estadio Corona – Torreon, Mexico (Att: 21,401)
    Santos-Monterrey 0-0 (0-0)

    SECOND LEG
    May 1, 2013: Estadio Tecnologico -- Monterrey, Mexico (Att: 33,667)
    Monterrey-Santos 4-2 (0-1)
    Aldo De Nigris 60’, 86’; Neri Cardozo 83’; Humberto Suazo 90'+2 / Carlos Darwin Quintero 38’; Felipe Baloy 51’
    Monterrey wins 2012/13 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 4-2)

    2011/12
    FIRST LEG
    April 18, 2012: Estadio Tecnologico – Monterrey, Mexico (Att: 29,300)
    Monterrey-Santos 2-0 (0-0)
    Humberto Suazo 60’, 86’

    SECOND LEG
    April 25, 2012: Estadio Corona – Torreon, Mexico (Att: 28,000)
    Santos-Monterrey 2-1 (1-0)
    Daniel Ludueña 45’+3; Oribe Peralta 51’ / Neri Cardozo 81’
    Monterrey wins 2011/12 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 3-2)

    2010/11
    FIRST LEG
    April 20, 2011: Estadio Tecnologico – Monterrey, Mexico (Att: 30,247)
    Monterrey-Real Salt Lake  2-2 (1-1)
    Aldo De Nigris 18'; Humberto Suazo 62' pen / Nate Borchers 35'; Javier Morales 89'

    SECOND LEG
    April 27, 2011: Rio Tinto Stadium – Sandy, Utah, USA (Att: 20,378)
    Real Salt Lake-Monterrey 0-1 (0-1)
    Humberto Suazo 45'+1
    Monterrey wins 2010/11 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 3-2) 

    2009/10
    FIRST LEG
    April 21, 2010: Estadio Azul – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 16,186)
    Cruz Azul-Pachuca 2-1 (2-0)
    Emanuel Villa 20'; own-goal, Carlos Rodriguez 24' / Damian Alvarez 69'

    SECOND LEG
    April 28, 2010: Estadio Hidalgo – Pachuca, Mexico (Att: 26,500)
    Pachuca-Cruz Azul 1-0 (0-0)
    Edgar Benitez 90’+2
    Pachuca wins 2009/10 CONCACAF Champions League on away-goals rule (agg: 2-2)

    2008/09
    FIRST LEG
    April 22, 2009: Estadio Azul – Mexico City, Mexico (Att: 22,718)
    Cruz Azul-Atlante 0-2 (0-2)
    Fernando Navarro 17'; Christian Bermudez 24’

    SECOND LEG
    May 12, 2009: Estadio Olimpico Andres Quintana Roo – Cancun, Mexico (Att: 13,000)
    Atlante-Cruz Azul 0-0 (0-0)
    Atlante wins 2008/09 CONCACAF Champions League (agg: 2-0)

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