Get ready for some Cascadia action in the 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League.
The field is now set for the 2015-16 edition of the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League, and the five teams representing MLS will learn their opponents in Monday's draw in Miami.
The draw for the 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League will be held June 1 at the New World Symphony Center in Miami, Fla., it was announced Wednesday.
The event, to be attended by CONCACAF officials and representatives of the 24 teams involved in the upcoming edition of the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League, will determine the eight groups for the preliminary stage that kicks off in August.
MONTREAL – There’s always next year.
That’s been the familiar refrain from Major League Soccer clubs after every edition of the CONCACAF Champions League, all seven of which have been won by a Mexican team.
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MONTREAL – For the Montreal Impact, Wednesday may have felt like the end, but it's really just the beginning.
Welcome back to the Thursday Q&A series, where we focus on one particular topic – today's being the CONCACAF Champions League hump – and ask you to react, share, and discuss in the comments section. However, feel free to ask about anything game-related (MLS, USL, NASL, USMNT, CanMNT, etc.) over the next several hours.
Ce mercredi, l’America Mexico s’est donc imposé à Montréal 2-4 et a remporté la Ligue des champions 2015, après le partage 1-1 lors du match aller de cette finale. Cela n’a pas empêché Montréal de vivre une soirée magique, dont voici cinq aspects marquants d’ordres très divers.
1. Le match
MONTREAL – Patrice Bernier isn’t naïve. He isn’t delusional, either.
Better than anyone, Bernier knows Wednesday night was, barring some sort of miraculous discovery in the field of sports medicine, his first and last opportunity to hoist a cup no Canadian – or MLS player, for that matter – had ever laid fingers on.