Miami, FL – The clubs participating in the 2024 Concacaf Champions Cup have submitted their player lists ahead of the start of the competition.
The lists, available for download here, contain a maximum of 35 players per club.
The 59th edition of the revamped Concacaf Champions Cup now includes 27 of the best clubs from North America, Central America, and the Caribbean and five rounds (Round One, Round of 16, Quarterfinal, Semifinals, and Final).
The tournament will kick off on February 6th with eleven Round One matchups and will be followed by the Round of 16 in March, Quarterfinals and Semifinals in April and May, and a single-leg Final on Sunday, June 2nd.
The 2024 Concacaf Champions Cup winner will qualify for the 2024 FIFA Intercontinental Cup and will also join Club Leon (2023), Seattle Sounders FC (2022), and CF Monterrey (2021) as the region's four representatives in the 32-club 2025 FIFA Club World Cup.
The competition's complete match schedule is available here.
The rosters have been selected and submitted by each club and are published as such. To be eligible to play in the 2024 Concacaf Champions Cup, all players must be registered with their club and the appropriate Federation and be eligible to play in any league match for the current playing season per the FIFA transfer deadlines in each country.
Clubs that have chosen to register fewer than 35 players can add additional players up to 44 hours before each match, provided their roster does not exceed 35 players. Once a player has been registered, they may not be removed or replaced.
Two days before each match, clubs must select a maximum of 23 players from their 35-player list to complete their final match rosters.