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1998 CONCACAF Champions' Cup

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Host country  United States
Runners-up  Club Toluca
Dates  11 Aug 1998 – 16 Aug 1998
Goals scored  19
City  Washington, D.C.
Champion  D.C. United
Teams  8
Matches played  8
1998 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
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The 1998 CONCACAF Champions' Cup was the 34th 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.


The final tournament, held in Washington, D.C., was won by D.C. United, who defeated Club Toluca 1-0 in the final.

North American zone

  • Major League Soccer:
    D.C. United - 1997 MLS Cup winner
    Colorado Rapids - 1997 MLS Cup runner-up
  • Primera División de México:
    Toluca - 1998 Verano winner
    Cruz Azul - 1997 Invierno winner
    Club León - 1997 Invierno runner-up
  • Qualified Clubs on bye to quarterfinal round.
  • Qualifying Playoff

  • Club León advances to the quarterfinals.
  • Central American zone

  • Central American Football Union (UNCAF):
    Deportivo Saprissa - Group A Central Zone winner
    Luis Ángel Firpo - Group B Central Zone winner
    L.D. Alajuelense - Central Zone playoff winner
  • Qualified Clubs advance to the quarterfinal round.
  • Group A

    Group B


    Caribbean zone

  • Caribbean Zone:
    Joe Public F.C. (invitee)
  • The Caribbean club championships during that time were only played in November,
    CONCACAF invited Joe Public of Trinidad and Tobago as Caribbean representative.
  • Top goalscorer

  • Roy Lassiter (DC United) - 6 goals
  • Most Valuable Player

  • Roy Lassiter (DC United)
  • Team of the tournament

  • Scott Garlick, DC United
  • Defenders
  • Jeff Agoos, DC United
  • Eddie Pope, DC United
  • Salvador Carmona, Toluca
  • Roberto Medina, Leon
  • Midfielders
  • Fabian Estay, Toluca
  • Marco Etcheverry, DC United
  • Roy Myers, Saprissa
  • Forwards
  • Roy Lassiter, DC United
  • Jose Manuel Abundis, Toluca
  • Nidelson De Mello, Firpo
  • References

    1998 CONCACAF Champions' Cup Wikipedia

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