CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
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CONCACAF Champions League Tickets
Sport: Club Soccer
Year Established: 1962
Member Associations: 41
Qualifier For: FIFA Club World Cup
Reigning Champion: Mexico’s Monterrey
CONCACAF Champions League TicketsEstablished in 1962, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football Champions League brings together some of the top professional soccer teams in the Western Hemisphere. The Confederation is one of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association’s (FIFA) six continental confederations, servicing 41 member countries. The league includes teams like the USA’s LA Galaxy and DC United, Mexico’s Monterrey, Chivas, Pachuca, Club America and Cruz Azul and Costa Rica’s Saprissa and Alajuelense. Annually, its teams compete for the championship within their zone. Every two years, the teams compete for the CONCACAF Gold Cup. From 1962 to 2007, the league played for its Champions’ Cup annually. Since the 2008 to 2009 seasons, the clubs have competed for the Scotiabank CONCACAF Championship. Initially, this tournament used a group-stage format followed by knockout rounds, but it has since moved to a home-and-away, direct-elimination format, and its champion qualifies for the FIFA Club World Cup. Grab your CONCACAF tickets today from StubHub so you don't miss a second of the exciting soccer championship action.
What can you expect from a CONCACAF Champions League game?The teams in these international competitions bring deep-seated rivalries to bear in front of crowds of five-digit crowds. Since 2006, the soccer clubs of Mexico have dominated the league. These exciting battles create electric game-day atmospheres and the fans in the stands are always extra-spirited in support of their team.
What is the price range of these tickets?Tickets for regular-season games cost less than tickets for the Gold Cup. Actual prices depend on the game and location. The tickets for its championship games will generally be about twice as expensive. You can always find the best options and seat availability when you get your CONCACAF tickets at StubHub, the world’s leading online ticket marketplace.
Where does the CONCACAF hold its championship games?While regular-season games take place in all 41 countries, CONCACAF usually holds one of the two rounds of championship play in Mexico. Past events occurred at Estadio Universitario in San Nicolas de los Garza, Mexico, BMO Field in Toronto, Canada and at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah, in the United States.
What is the winningest soccer team of this championship?In its modern era, Mexico’s teams have dominated the CONCACAF championships. A team from Mexico has won the tournament every single year since 2006. During the Championship Cup era, a team from Mexico won 24 times. In the Scotiabank era, a team from Mexico has won 11 championships from 2008 to 2019. In comparison, Costa Rica has fielded a team that won the Championship Cup six times. Overall, Mexico’s Club America has won the CONCACAF title seven times. While under the updated format, Mexico’s Monterrey club has won four titles.
What is the tailgating scene like at CONCACAF games?Soccer has rightly earned a reputation for wild and boisterous pre-game parties regardless of which country they are held. The tailgate parties start six hours pre-game and usually include street food, such as tacos and burritos, and beer. Live music, often mariachi bands, play on stages set up in the parking lots and occasionally host activities and games such as riding a mechanical bull. These tailgate parties, even when held in the U.S., are usually too rowdy to qualify as family-friendly events. Attendees usually bring the flags of their countries, their own beer and speakers for their own music. Unlike American football tailgates which tend to be much milder, CONCACAF tailgates often see thousands of people at one large event where open container drinking is permitted.
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