Concacaf Champions League

Watch: Philadelphia Union open 2024 campaign with the most Concacaf own goal ever

A Philadelphia Union own goal during their 3-2 Concacaf Champions Cup victory vs. Costa Rica’s Deportivo Saprissa marked the return of Concacaf club play in all its glory.

One reason often given for MLS teams’ poor performances in Concacaf competitions is that the teams are still in preseason mode in February and aren’t in full form.

That couldn’t have been more the case for Jakob Glesnes and Andre Blake as they combined — or failed to combine — for a hilarious blooper on Tuesday.

Philadelphia Union own goal vs. Deportivo Saprissa

Watch: Cade Cowell scores impressive brace for Chivas in CONCACAF Champions Cup

Cade Cowell just had his best performance for Chivas and he did it on none other than the continental stage.

Liga MX’s Chivas had their Concacaf Champions Cup knockout stage debut on Wednesday when they travelled to Canada to face off against Forge FC, a club that competes in the Canadian Premier League.

Golazos galore and Messi's new team is really bad: 5 takeaways from MLS Matchday 18

Imagine Lionel Messi, getting ready to play with his national team after another grueling yet fruitful season. He’s just come off a legacy-defining World Cup and a Ligue 1 title before shocking the world as he announced his intentions to leave Paris Saint-Germain to join Major League Soccer. 

Concacaf Champions League changes its name – we explain the tournament’s new format

Two days after Club León claimed the Concacaf Champions League title, the soccer bosses of the region have decided to rename the tournament: Starting in 2024, officials want you to call the competition the Concacaf Champions Cup.

We also suggest the ConcaCup.

Revenge of Liga MX: León takes down LAFC for Concacaf crown

Erling Haaland, say hello to Rodolfo Cota. Kevin De Bruyne, meet Ángel Mena. Pep Guardiola, this is Joel Campbell — he's a genius just like you.

Club León captured their first-ever Concacaf Champions League crown by defeating LAFC 1-0 (3-1 on aggregate) on Sunday night at BMO Stadium, putting themselves on a collision course with Manchester City (or Inter Milan) at December's Club World Cup in Saudi Arabia.

León hace desaparecer a Carlos Vela y gana la Liga de Campeones de la Concacaf

La Liga de Campeones de la Concacaf vuelve a ser mexicana.

Club León derrotó a LAFC, el gran favorito del torneo, en una serie mágica. La Fiera ganó 2-1 en casa y no le temblaron las piernas en la revancha jugada en el BMO Stadium, donde se impuso por 1-0. 

El título es el primero de los esmeraldas en la competencia y le retornó a la Liga MX su trono, el cual había perdido en 2022 cuando Seattle Sounders venció a Pumas UNAM.

Thiago Almada's must-see free kick and what is FC Cincinnati capable of this season? 5 takeaways from MLS Matchday 13

In a word, forgettable. Following one of the most exciting matchdays of the MLS season, the league’s first foray into midweek play definitely did not live up to the billing, but there were still a few moments that caught our attention. Despite MLS Matchday 13 being promoted as a continuation of Rivalry Week, there were few games that truly fit that description, and it showed both on the field and in the scorelines.

LAFC's Kellyn Acosta scores at 90+1' to salvage draw vs. Union in Champions League semis

After conceding a late penalty that allowed the Philadelphia Union to take the lead, Los Angeles FC's Kellyn Acosta scored in second-half stoppage time as the teams played to a 1-1 draw on Wednesday at Chester, Pa., in the first leg of a CONCACAF Champions League semifinal series.

The second and final leg of the total-goal series will be played Tuesday in Los Angeles.

¿Gignac de portero? Los errores de Raúl Orvañanos en el Tigres vs. León

Todos nos equivocamos. Todos. Sin embargo, el narrador de Fox Sports Raúl Orvañanos parece haber hecho del error una especie de deporte olímpico. Tanto que si los relatos de Tigres vs. León jugado la noche del miércoles en la Concacaf Champions League hubiera sido una competencia oficial, el tipo habría ganado el oro.

Orvañanos no tuvo su mejor noche ante los micrófonos. Es una realidad. Si bien es normal confundir a uno que otro jugador en la narración, los niveles de equivocación en la jornada fueron demasiado notorios como para que las hordas en Twitter no se dieran cuenta.

¿Por qué Gignac no celebró sus goles ante el Motagua?

Las aguas están más tranquilas en Tigres.

El equipo arrolló 5-0 a Motagua y selló su clasificación a las semifinales de la Concacaf Champions League, en el debut de Robert Dante Siboldi en la banca felina. Sin embargo, las heridas de una irregular campaña siguen abiertas y reflejo de esto fue que André-Pierre Gignac decidió no celebrar ninguno de los dos goles que anotó ante el equipo hondureño.

No lo hizo en el derechazo de larga distancia que abrió el marcador.

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