TOLUCA, Mexico – On Wednesday the 2018 Under-13 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League will kick off in Toluca, Mexico with 16 teams vying for top youth club honors in the region.
A total of 10 Concacaf Member Associations will be represented by the 16 clubs in a tournament that will be played over two rounds, finishing with the final on August 22.
It begins with round robin play in which the four group winners and four second-place finishers will advance to a knockout stage.
Eliminated clubs will also have the opportunity to continue playing in competitive matches in a Shield Tournament to determine the teams’ final placement.
Past champions of the Under-13 SCCL are: Toluca of Mexico in 2015, Santa Ana of El Salvador in 2016 and Universidad Cantera Norte of Mexico in 2017.
Here are the results of the draw for the Under-13 SCCL that took place on April 25, 2008 in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Juniors Tampico (Mexico)
Montreal Impact (Canada)
A.D. Liga Deportiva Alajuelense (Costa Rica)
Santa Ana (El Salvador)
CECAF San Luis (Mexico)
Futbol Consultans (Costa Rica)
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)