Group Stage continues Wednesday
Arabe Unido grabbed its first three points of the tournament with a 1-0 win at home over Toronto FC on Tuesday. Toronto finished the match with only nine men. The same night Santos scored a 93 minutes goal to defeat the Columbus Crew at home.
Today, Cruz Azul will look to rebound after last week's loss to Toronto FC, taking on Real Salt Lake at home, while Puerto Rico Islanders hosts FAS with both teams seeing their first win. To round out the night, Seattle will host Monterrey.
On Thursday Toluca hosts Olimpia as both teams search look for their first three points while Saprissa hosts Marathon, which defeated Seattle last week. To close out the round Joe Public will travel to Guatemala to face Municipal.
To visit the official Champions League Web site, please click here. CONCACAF TV to stream select Champions League games live
CONCACAF TV will stream live select matches from this year's Champions League at the CONCACAF.com Web site, including six games from the second week of the Group Stage.
Two games each will be available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, all subject to regional broadcast restrictions.
For a full schedule of the games available via streaming, please click here.
Castillo installed as interim manager of Honduras
Mexican manager Juan de Dios Castillo was installed as the interim coach of Honduras on Wednesday, taking over the team at least through January.
Having previously coached Honduran clubs sides Olimpia, Real Espana, Motagua and Marathon, the 59-year-old Castillo takes over a side that qualified for the World Cup this past June for the first time since 1982, but was eliminated with three losses.
Nicknamed "El Cuate", Castillo will have Reinaldo Clavasquin of Honduras as his assistant along with Francisco Solis and Sergio Pacheco from Mexico.
His first game as manager will be September 4 in Los Angeles against Central American rival El Salvador. The Central American championship is set for January with the CONCACAF Gold Cup scheduled for June 5-25.
Haiti reaches Youth Olympic final
Haiti's under-15 boys' team will face Bolivia on Wednesday for the inaugural title in the Youth Olympics in Singapore. Haiti reached the final of the six-team event by finishing second in its group and defeating host nation Singapore 2-0 in Sunday's semifinals.
Wednesday's game will be a rematch of Bolivia and Haiti's group encounter when the South Americans scored six times in the second half and won 9-0.
National association matches
08.10.2010: East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA:
UNITED STATES - BRAZIL 0:2
08.11.2010: Mexico City:
MEXICO - SPAIN 1:1
08.11.2010: Panama City:
PANAMA - VENEZUELA 3:1
08.11.2010: Macoya, Trinidad:
JAMAICA - TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 3:1
08.11.2010: Asuncion, Paraguay:
PARAGUAY - COSTA RICA 2:0
08.28.2010: Providence, Guyana:
GUYANA - TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
9.03.2010: Panama City, Panama:
PANAMA - COSTA RICA
9.04.2010: Toronto, Canada:
CANADA - PERU
9.04.2010: Los Angeles:
EL SALVADOR- HONDURAS
9.04.2010: Guadalajara, Mexico:
9.07.2010: Montreal, Canada:
CANADA - HONDURAS
9.07.2010: Monterrey, Mexico:
9.08.2010: Belize City, Belize:
BELIZE - TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
9.19.2010: St. John's, Antigua:
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA - TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
CANADA - UKRAINE