CONCACAF Final Four: Columbus Crew, Monterrey, Club America and Pachuca

By Mariana Smithfield



The 2024 CONCACAF Champions Cup is the 59th and current edition of the CONCACAF Champions Cup, the premier football club competition organized by CONCACAF, the regional governing body of North AmericaCentral America, and the Caribbean. The tournament is the first under a revised format featuring 27 teams and a five-round knockout phase, and the first since being renamed from the CONCACAF Champions League.

The winner of the final will qualify for the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup in the United States alongside the 2021 winners Monterrey, the 2022 winners Seattle Sounders FC, and the 2023 winners León. The winner will also qualify for the 2024 FIFA Intercontinental Cup to be held in December.

León are the title holders, but they did not qualify for this tournament and are unable to defend their title.

(courtesy CONCACAF and Wikipedia Commons)


(courtesy CONCACAF and Wikipedia Commons)


This is the Starting XI that got it down for Columbus Crew at Tigres April 9, 2024 Starting XI (courtesy Crew Communications)