The 1967 CONCACAF Championship, also referred to as the NORCECA Championship, was the third edition of the football championship of the North, Central America, and Caribbean region. The final tournament took place from 5 to 19 March in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Mexico qualified automatically as defending champions, while Honduras did it as the host nation. Guatemala won the title after finishing in first place of a round-robin tournament between the six teams participating in the final tournament. It is the only CONCACAF championship won to date by Guatemala, who was managed by Rubén Amorín.
Mexico, managed by Ignacio "Nacho" Trelles, finished second, while Honduras finished third.