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MLS clubs begin regional play this week
July 25th, 2011 10:52PM

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[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] For the second year in a row, the Seattle Sounders and Toronto FC will look to qualify for the group stage of the Concacaf Champions League through the preliminary round. They will be joined by FC Dallas, which is making its first appearance in the regional tournament. The MLS champion Colorado Rapids and regular-season champion Los Angeles Galaxy are among eight teams that qualified automatically for the group stage, which begins in August. For the preliminary round schedule ...

PRELIMINARY ROUND, FIRST LEG
July 26
San Francisco (Pan.) vs. Seattle
Herediano (C.R.) vs. Alpha United (Guyana)
July 27
Toronto FC vs. Real Esteli (Nic.)
Metapan (El Sal.) vs. Puerto Rico Islanders
Santos (Mex.) vs. Olimpia (Hond.)
July 28
Morelia (Mex.) vs. Tempete FC (Haiti)
Alianza (El Sal.) vs. FC Dallas
Motagua (Hond.) vs. Municipal (Guat.)

PRELIMINARY ROUND, SECOND LEG
Aug. 2
Real Esteli (Nic.) vs. Toronto FC
Aug. 3
Seattle vs. San Francisco (Pan.) 
Puerto Rico Islanders vs. Metapan (El Sal.)
Olimpia (Hond.) vs. Santos (Mex.)
FC Dallas vs. Alianza (El Sal.)
Tempete FC (Haiti) vs. Morelia (Mex.)
Aug. 4
Alpha United (Guyana) vs. Herediano (C.R.)
Municipal (Guat.) vs. Motagua (Hond.)



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