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Concacaf Champions Cup

MATCH 2: Inter&Co Stadium @ Orlando, FL

What is Concacaf Champions Cup?

Concacaf Champions Cup is an annual continental club football competition organized by Concacaf – one of FIFA’s six governing bodies for association football.  The tournament is contested by some of the most decorated clubs in North America, Central America, and the Caribbean. Each club has qualified as being among the top in their domestic League & Cup competitions. As winners of the 2023 CPL Regular Season, Cavalry FC will be competing in the Concacaf Champions Cup alongside the likes of Club America and Inter Miami CF to name a few, with the winner of the tournament automatically qualifying for the FIFA Club World Cup.

You can read more at concacaf.com/champions-cup

Fan Supporter Information

Fireworks, flares, smoke, gunpowder or balloons are NOT permitted inside the stadium.

If you are attending the February 21st match in Starlight Stadium, please be aware that ALL FAN ACTIVATIONS (including banners, signs) must be submitted no later than 7 days prior to the game. Each item must be approved in order to be permitted into the Stadium.

Concacaf does not allow any political, religious, social, offensive or discriminatory banners to be displayed inside stadiums. Any violation will result in a review by the Disciplinary Committee for possible fines or other sanctions.

Please send images of each sign/banner/drum in an email with your contact information to info@cavalryfc.ca. We will then send to Concacaf for your item to be approved.

Club Profiles

Club America

Mexico City, Mexico

Stadium: Estadio Azteca
Capacity: 83,264

Liga MX

Concacaf Ranking: 1
Year founded: 1916

CF Monterrey

Monterrey, Mexico

Name: Estadio Azteca
Capacity: 83,264

Liga MX

Concacaf Ranking: 2
Year founded: 1945

Tigres

Monterrey, Mexico

Stadium: Estadio Universitario
Capacity: 42,000

Liga MX

Concacaf Ranking: 3
Year founded: 1960

Club Deportivo Toluca

Toluca, Mexico

Stadium: Nemesio Diez Stadium
Capacity: 30,000

Liga MX

Concacaf Ranking: 6
Year founded: 1917

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Guadalajara, Mexico

Stadium: Estadio Akron
Capacity: 46,355

Liga MX

Concacaf Ranking: 8
Year founded: 1906

Philadelphia Union Logo

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Stadium: Subaru Park
Capacity: 18,500

MLS

Concacaf Ranking: 5
Year founded: 2008

Orlando_City_2014

Orlando, Florida

Stadium: Exploria Stadium
Capacity: 25,500

MLS

Concacaf Ranking: 11
Year founded: 2013

Nashville SC

Nashville, Tennesse

Stadium: Geodis Park
Capacity: 30,000

MLS

Concacaf Ranking: 13
Year founded: 2016

FCC Crest

Cincinnati, Ohio

Stadium: TQL Stadium
Capacity: 26,000

MLS

Concacaf Ranking: 14
Year founded: 2015

New England Revolution Logo

Boston, Massachusetts

Stadium: Gillette Stadium
Capacity: 20,000

MLS

Concacaf Ranking: 23
Year founded: 1995