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5. CONCACAF: Champions Cup & Youth Qualifying Draws
November 27th, 2006 7:42PM
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CONCACAF held the draws for three regional competitions Friday during the CONCACAF executive committee meeting in Los Angeles. Two MLS teams are competing in the CONCACAF Champions Cup -- the regional equivalent of the Europe's Champions League or South America's Libertadores Cup. U.S. youth national teams will take part in qualifying early next year for the 2007 Under-20 and Under-17 World Cups, to be played June 30-July 22 in Canada and Aug. 18-Sept. 9, respectively.

2007 CONCACAF Champions Cup
Quarterfinals
Feb. 20-22 and Feb. 27-March 1
Pachuca (MEX) vs. Marquense (GUA) or Victoria (HON)
Puntarenas (CRC) vs. Houston Dynamo (USA)
Caribbean winner vs. 2006 Mexican Torneo Apertura winner
Olimpia (HON) vs. D.C. United (USA)
(Semifinal dates: March 13-15 and April 3-5; Final dates: April 17-19 and April 24-26.)

2007 CONCACAF U-20 Qualifying
Group A
(Jan. 17-21 in Panama City, Panama)
Guatemala, Haiti, Panama, USA
(Top two qualify for Canada '07.)
Group B
(Feb. 21-25 in Culiacan, Mexico)
Costa Rica, Mexico, St. Kitts & Nevis Jamaica or Trinidad & Tobago
(Top two qualify for Canada '07.)

2007 CONCACAF U-17 Qualifying
Group A
(April 4-8 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras)
El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico
(Top two qualify for South Korea '07.)
Group B
(April 21-29 in Kingston, Jamaica)
Canada, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, USA
(Top three qualify for South Korea '07.)




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