|Region||North America, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF)|
|Number of teams||22|
|Qualifier for||CONCACAF Champions League|
|Related competitions||Caribbean Club Championship |
Caribbean Club Shield
|Current champions|| Alajuelense|
|Most successful club(s)|| Alajuelense|
(1 title each)
|2021 CONCACAF League|
The competition uses a knockout cup format with each round having two legs. The top six teams in the competition proceed to the CONCACAF Champions League. Since 2019 the tournament has featured 22 teams, an increase from 16 in the 2017 and 2018 editions.
The competition will end after the 2022 edition due to the expansion of the CONCACAF Champions League to 50 clubs starting with the 2023–24 CONCACAF Champions League. Two regional cup competitions for teams from Central America and the Caribbean will be created as qualifying competitions of the CONCACAF Champions League, in addition to direct qualification through their domestic leagues.
Since the 2019 edition, a total of 22 teams participate in the CONCACAF League: 18 from Central America (from 7 associations), 3 from the Caribbean (from 2 or 3 associations), and 1 from North America (from 1 association).
18 from the Central American Zone:
- 3 clubs from Costa Rica
- 3 clubs from El Salvador
- 3 clubs from Guatemala
- 3 clubs from Honduras
- 3 clubs from Panama
- 2 clubs from Nicaragua
- 1 club from Belize
3 from the Caribbean Zone:
- 2 clubs from the Caribbean Club Championship (runner-up, third place)
- Caribbean Club Championship fourth place vs. Caribbean Club Shield winner playoff
1 from the North American Zone:
- 1 club from Canada
|Santos de Guápiles|
- CONCACAF Champions League
- Caribbean Club Championship
- Caribbean Club Shield
- Copa Interclubes UNCAF
- CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup
- CONCACAF Giants Cup
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