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1985 CONCACAF Champions' Cup

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Champion  Defence Force F.C.
Dates  9 Apr 1985 – 26 Jan 1986
1985 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
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The 1985 CONCACAF Champions' Cup was the 21st 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 9 April 1985 till 26 January 1986.

Contents

The teams were split into 2 zones, North/Central America and Caribbean, (as North and Central America sections combined to qualify one team for the final), each one qualifying the winner to the final tournament. All the matches in the tournament were played under the home/away match system.

Defence Force from Trinidad and Tobago won the final, and became for the first time CONCACAF champion in their history and the first Trinidadian to win the trophy

First Round

  • Aurora advances to the fourth round.
  • Olimpia, Deportivo Suchitepéquez, Vida and América advance to the second round.
  • Second Round

  • Olimpia and Club América advance to the third round.
  • Third Round

  • Olimpia advances to the fourth round.
  • Fourth Round

  • Olimpia advances to the CONCACAF Final.
  • Caribbean Zone

    The following clubs reportedly entered:
    S.V. SUBT
    Violette AC
    Boys' Town F.C.
    Tivoli Gardens F.C.
    Aiglon du Lamentin
    SV Robinhood
    but it is not known whether they played any matches.

    First Round

  • Further matches and results are unknown among clubs at this stage.
  • Second Round

  • Apparently played over one leg.
  • Further matches and results are unknown among clubs at this stage.
  • Third Round

  • Further matches and results are unknown among clubs at this stage.
  • Final Round

  • Defence Force apparently beat Montjoly in the final round
    to qualify as winners of the Caribbean Zone.
  • CONCACAF Final

  • Defence Force wins the CONCACAF Champions' Cup, 2 - 1 on aggregate.
  • References

    1985 CONCACAF Champions' Cup Wikipedia


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