CONCACAF Champions League draw on February 10

The CONCACAF Champions League will start with round of 16 matches from April 6-8 and April 13-15.

Tigres players celebrate with the championship trophy after defeating Los Angeles FC 2-1 in the CONCACAF Champions League final on December 23, 2020. - AP

The CONCACAF Champions League will start with round of 16 matches from April 6-8 and April 13-15.

The Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Association Football said on Friday that the draw will be held February 10.

The quarterfinals will be played from April 27-29 and May 4-6, the semifinals from August 10-12 and August 24-26 and a one leg final from October 26-28. The host for the final will be the team with the better record in the earlier rounds, with goal difference the tiebreaker, if needed.

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Atlanta, Columbus, Philadelphia and Portland qualified from the United States, and América, León, Cruz Azul and Monterrey from Mexico.

The field also includes the Toronto-Forge winner of Canada’s championship; Saprissa and Alajuelense from Costa Rica; Marathon and Olimpia from Honduras; Pantoja from the Dominican Republic; Arcahaie from Haiti; and Real Estelí from Nicaragua.