The 2018 Scotiabank Concacaf Under-13 Champions League draw took place on Tuesday at Estadio Akron in Guadalajara, Mexico, as part of the celebration on the match-day-minus-one preparations for the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League final.
Prior to the draw, which was conducted by Concacaf Chief of Football Manolo Zubiria, the Confederation and Scotiabank announced a partnership renewal through 2022 that covers all Concacaf properties including the Scotiabank Concacaf Under-13 Champions League. This development tournament provides access for youth from different countries within the region to play in an international stage.
The sixteen participating clubs, from 10 Concacaf Member Associations, were divided into four groups of four. Here are the results:
Juniors Tampico (Mexico)
Montreal Impact (Canada)
A.D. Liga Deportiva Alajuelense (Costa Rica)
Santa Ana (El Salvador)
CECAF San Luis (Mexico)
Costa Rica 2
San Miguel (El Salvador)
Real Esteli F.C. (Nicaragua)
Cantera Yucatán (Mexico)
LAFC (United States)
CD Plaza Amador (Panama)
Mount Pleasant Academy (Jamaica)
Aguilas del Uagro (Mexico)
San Juan Jabloteh (Trinidad & Tobago)
Toronto FC (Canada)
The fourth edition of the 2018 Scotiabank Concacaf Under-13 Champions League is set to kick off on August 12 and will be played in Toluca, Mexico.
Previous winners – 2015: Toluca (MEX), 2016: Santa Ana (SLV), 2017: Universidad Cantera Norte (MEX)
The schedule of matches and kick off times will be announced in the coming weeks.