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1999 CONCACAF Champions' Cup

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Host country  USA
Champion  Club Necaxa
Teams  8
Goals scored  18
Runners-up  L.D. Alajuelense
Dates  28 Sep 1999 – 3 Oct 1999
City  Las Vegas
Matches played  8
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The 1999 CONCACAF Champions' Cup was the 35th 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 was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Club Necaxa defeated L.D. Alajuelense in the final by a score of 2-1.

North American zone

  • Major League Soccer:
    Chicago Fire - 1998 MLS Cup winner
    D.C. United - 1998 MLS Cup runner-up
    Los Angeles Galaxy - 1998 MLS Supporters' Shield winner
  • Primera División de México:
    Toluca - 1998 Verano winner
    Club Necaxa - 1998 Invierno winner
  • Central American zone

  • 1999 Copa Interclubes UNCAF:
    Olimpia - Central Zone final round first place
    Alajuelense - Central Zone final round second place
    Deportivo Saprissa - Central Zone final round third place
  • Caribbean zone

  • 1998 CFU Club Championship:
    Joe Public F.C. - Caribbean Zone winner
  • Qualifying Playoff

  • Necaxa advances to the Quarterfinals
  • Quarterfinals

    September 28, and 29, 1999

  • Chicago Fire, L.D. Alajuelense, D.C. United and Club Necaxa advance to the semi-finals.
  • Semifinals

    October 1, 1999

  • L.D. Alajuelense and Necaxa advance to the Final.
  • Third Place Match

  • Third place was shared.
  • Finals

  • Necaxa qualifies for the 2000 FIFA Club World Championship.
  • Champion

  • 1975 - First title under the organization name of Atlético Español.
  • References

    1999 CONCACAF Champions' Cup Wikipedia

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