Teams look to continue early tournament success
Santos and Monterrey will look to resume their winning ways while the Seattle Sounders will aim for their first point when the CONCACAF Champions League resumes September 14 after a two-week break.
Santos and Monterrey are the only two teams that have won both of their Group Stage matches, while Seattle is the only team yet not to earn as much as a draw.
The Champions League resumes with four games on September 14: Columbus-Joe Public, Monterrey-Marathon, Municipal-Santos and Saprissa-Seattle. Tolucahosts the Puerto Rico Islanders on September 15 with Arabe Unido-Cruz Azul and Real Salt Lake-Toronto later.
The third round concludes with Olimpia at home against FAS on September 16.
For more detail, statistics and schedule, visit the official Champions League Web site 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 all eight from the third week of the Group Stage.
Four games will be available September 14, three games on September 15 and one on September 16, all subject to regional broadcast restrictions.
For a full schedule of the games available via streaming, please click here.
Guatemala to host U-20 finals; Jamaica gets U-17s
Guatemala will host the 2011 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship April 3-17 and Jamaica will stage the under-17 finals February 14-27.
This will be the sixth time Guatemala has been the venue for the under-20 finals or one of two final-round groups. The last time was in 1998.
Specific venues will be determined shortly for both tournaments.
The CONCACAF Under-17 Championship will be played in the Montego Bay area, returning to Jamaica for a third time after having last hosted a final-round group in 2007.
Copa Centroamericana set for January 14-23
Six-time winner Costa Rica will open the 2011 Copa Centroamericana against Honduras while host Panama will take on Belize in Central America's biennial championship.
Thursday night's draw set the groups for the tournament, with defending champion Panama heading Group A along with El Salvador, Belize and Nicaragua, while Group B will be comprised of Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala.
Formerly known as the Copa UNCAF, the event will be played at Estadio Rommel Fernandez in Panama City starting January 14 and finishing with the championship and third-place matches on January 23. Besides crowning the winner, the tournament also will qualify five teams for the CONCACAF Gold Cup in June.
FIFA inspection team tours U.S. venues
A six-man FIFA delegation began its inspection tour of the United States' proposed venues for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups on Tuesday, setting out on a three-day cross-country jaunt before returning to Switzerland.
Chilean Football Federation President Harold Mayne-Nicholls and his team was to visit the Javits Center convention hall in New York as well as Red Bull Arena and the New Meadowlands Stadium across the Hudson River before travelling Wednesday to Washington for a White House breakfast, then on to Miami, and Dallas and Houston on Thursday.
"We will use these four days to receive as much information as possible for making our report for the Executive Committee members, who on December 2 will take the decision to which countries will host the World Cup in 2018 and 2022,' said Mayne-Nicholls, whose team arrived in New York on Monday.
Trinidad and Canada get off to winning starts at U-17 Women's World Cup
Diarra Simmons scored nine minutes after the opening kickoff and host Trinidad & Tobago subdued Chile 2-1 on Sunday to open the Under-17 Women's World Cup.
Also Sunday, Mexico suffered a lopsided defeat with Lena Petermann and Kyra Malinowski scoring three goals apiece to pace Germany to a 9-0 rout in Scarborough, Tobago.
Canada gave CONCACAF two wins in three games with a 1-0 victory over Ghana on Monday.
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
9.03.2010: Panama City, Panama:
PANAMA - COSTA RICA 2:2
9.04.2010: Toronto, Canada:
CANADA - PERU 0:2
GUATEMALA- NICARAGUA 4:1
9.04.2010: Los Angeles:
EL SALVADOR- HONDURAS 2:2
9.04.2010: Guadalajara, Mexico:
MEXICO- ECUADOR 1:2
9.07.2010: Montreal, Canada:
CANADA - HONDURAS
9.07.2010: Osaka, Japan.:
JAPAN - GUATEMALA 2:1
9.07.2010: Washington, D.C..:
EL SALVADOR - GUATEMALA
9.07.2010: Panama City, Panama:
PANAMA- TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
9.07.2010: Monterrey, Mexico:
9.10.2010: Belize City, Belize:
BELIZE - TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
9.19.2010: St. John's, Antigua:
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA - TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
CANADA - UKRAINE
10.12.2010: Chester, Pennsylvania: UNITED STATES - COLOMBIA