| C.D. Águila|| 6 Jun 1976 – 15 Feb 1977|
| 1977 CONCACAF Champions' Cup|
The 1976 CONCACAF Champions' Cup was the 12th edition of the annual international club football competition held in the CONCACAF region (North America, Central America and the Caribbean), the CONCACAF Champions' Cup. It determined that year's club champion of association football in the CONCACAF region and was played from 6 June 1976 till 13 February 1977.
The teams were split in three zones (North American, Central American and Caribbean), each one qualifying the winner to the final tournament, where the winners of the North and Central zones played a semi-final to decide who was going to play against the Caribbean champion in the final. All the matches in the tournament were played under the home/away match system.
Águila from El Salvador won the final, and became for the first time CONCACAF champion in their history and the second Salvadoran team to win the trophy.
León on a bye.
Toluca on a bye.
Serbian White Eagles on a bye.
Toronto Italia advances to the second round.
Serbian White Eagles withdrew.
Originally scheduled for July 16 & August 31, Toluca ask to reschedule the series to September 5 & 8. The matches were not played and Toluca was disqualified on Sep. 8
León and Toronto Italia advances to the third round.
Toronto Italia withdrew.
León advances to the CONCACAF Final.
1976 CONCACAF Champions' Cup Wikipedia
Group AÁguila advances to the third round.
Group BOlimpia advances to the second round.
Águila on a Bye to the third round
Diriangén advances to the third round.
Águila advances to the CONCACAF Final.
Malvern United on a Bye
Robinhood, Voorwarts and Tesoro Palo Seco advance to the second round.
Robinhood and Voorwarts advance to the third round
Robinhood advances to the CONCACAF Final.
León abandoned the 2nd leg while leading 2-1 following a fight. Águila was awarded a win 2 - 0.*
Águila wins the CONCACAF Champions' Cup 8–3 on aggregate score.