CONCACAF Champions League 2022 standings, results, TV and streaming for quarters, halves and final

Major League Soccer clubs are hoping this is the year they finally overcome the hurdle of the CONCACAF Champions League, a competition dominated by Mexican teams in the Liga MX.

No MLS club has ever won the tournament, but with several MLS clubs taking first leg advantages over Liga MX sides in the quarter-finals, this could be the year one of them breaks the duck. .

The Seattle Sounders outscored Club Leon in the first leg of their quarterfinal, and if they can survive the return leg in Mexico, they’ll face NYCFC in the semifinals.

Meanwhile, New England also took a decisive lead over Pumas UNAM in their first leg. CF Montreal will need a comeback in the second leg at home, trailing Mexico’s Cruz Azul by just one goal. Away goals will serve as a tiebreaker if the teams are even on aggregate goals in the quarter-finals.

The latest quarter-final second leg results below are followed by the full bracket and schedule from the round of 16 through to the final.

MORE: History of MLS vs Liga MX in the CONCACAF Champions League

Quarter-finals – second leg

Dated Meet Time (ET)
March 15 Communications 4NYCFC 2
(NYCFC lead on away goals, 5-5 agg.)
Strong points
March 16 FC Montreal 1Cruz Azul 1
(Cruz Azul leads 2-1 on aggregate)
Strong points
March 16 Pumas UNAM vs. New England
(New England leads 3-0 on aggregate)
10:15 p.m.
the 17th of March Leon vs. Seattle Sounders
(Seattle leads 3-0 agg.)
9:30 p.m.

How to watch the CONCACAF Champions League 2022

  • Appointment: February 16, 2022 to May 5, 2022
  • TV channel: FS2 (USA), OneSoccer (Canada)
  • Television in Spanish: TUDN (USA)
  • Streaming: fuboTV, Fox Sports Go (USA), OneSoccer (Canada)

The CONCACAF Champions League Round of 16 is available on TV via FS2 in the US (in English), as well as on TUDN (in Spanish). It is available through OneSoccer in Canada.

Fans can stream all of these channels in the US and Canada through fuboTV, which offers a free trial to new users. Fox Sports Go will also broadcast the games in the United States.

MORE: How the 2022 CONCACAF Champions League draw went

CONCACAF Champions League table and schedule

The knockout draw took place on December 15, 2021 and established the fixed bracket, starting with the round of 16.

Teams from the same country could not be drawn in the first round.

Round of 16 – first leg

Dated Meet
Tuesday February 15 Santos de Guapiles 0NYCFC 2 Strong points
Tuesday February 15 Santos Lagoon 1FC Montreal 0 Strong points
Wed 16 February Guastatoya 0Leon 2 Strong points
Wed 16 February Saprissa 2Puma UNAM 2 Strong points
Wed 16 February FC Forge 0Cruz Azul 1 Strong points
Thursday February 17 Motagua 0Seattle pollsters 0 Strong points
Thursday February 17 Communications 1Colorado Rapids 0 Strong points
Fri, Feb. 18** Cavaly 0New England Revolution 3

** The home and away series between Cavaly and the New England Revolution has been canceled due to visa issues for the Haitian club. Cavaly was forced to withdraw from the event, dispatching New England via a 3-0 forfeit victory. The return match was therefore cancelled.

Round of 16 – second leg

Dated Meet
Tuesday February 22 Leon 1Guastatoya 0
(Leon leads 3-0 on aggregate)
Strong points
Wed 23 February NYCFC 4Santos de Guapiles 0
(NYCFC lead 6-0 overall)
Strong points
Wed 23 February FC Montreal 3Santos Lagoon 0
(CF Montreal leads 3-1 agg)
Strong points
Wed 23 February Colorado Rapids 1Communications 0
(Comms advance 4-3 PK)
Strong points
Wed 23 February Puma UNAM 4Saprissa 1
(Pumas lead 6-3 on aggregate)
Strong points
Thursday February 24 Seattle Sounders 5Motagua 0
(Seattle leads 5-0 agg.)
Strong points
Thursday February 24 Cruz Azul 3FC Forge 1
(Cruz Azul leads 4-1 on aggregate)
Strong points
Canceled New England Revolution against Cavaly

Quarter-finals – first leg

Dated Meet
8 March Seattle Sounders 3Leon 0 Strong points
8 March NYCFC 3Communications 1 Strong points
March 9 New England 3Puma UNAM 0 Strong points
March 9 Cruz Azul 1FC Montreal 0 Strong points

Quarter-finals – second leg

Dated Meet Time (ET)
March 15 Communications 4NYCFC 2
(NYCFC lead on away goals, 5-5 agg.)
Strong points
March 16 CF Montreal vs. Cruz Azul 9:00 p.m.
March 16 Pumas UNAM vs. New England 11:15 p.m.
the 17th of March Leon vs. Seattle Sounders 9:30 p.m.

According to the tournament’s official rules, the four teams remaining in the semi-finals are ranked according to their results in the 2022 Champions League, with three points awarded for each win and one point for each draw until the quarter-finals.

If necessary, the tiebreakers in this ranking process will be a.) overall goal difference, then b.) overall goals scored in the quarter-finals.

The highest ranked team in each of the Semi-Finals and Finals, based on the above points system, will host the second leg of the Semi-Finals and Final.

Rank club Points Goal
Diff.
Goals
Mark
1. NYCFC 9 +6 11
2. To be determined To be determined To be determined To be determined
3. To be determined To be determined To be determined To be determined
4. To be determined To be determined To be determined To be determined

Semi-finals – first leg

Dated Meet Time (ET)
April 5-7 Seattle/Leon vs. NYCFC To be determined
April 5-7 C. Azul/Montreal vs. Revs/Pumas To be determined

Semi-finals – second leg

Dated Meet Time (ET)
April 12-14 NYCFC against Seattle/Leon To be determined
April 12-14 Revs/Puma v. C. Azul/Montreal To be determined

CONCACAF Champions League Final

Unlike many continental championships, the final is played as a home and away game.

It’s a return to the usual CONCACAF Champions League format, after the last two tournaments were forced to use a one-game final due to an extraordinary pandemic-related schedule.

1st run

Dated Meet Time (ET)
April 26-28 Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 To be determined

Return match

Dated Meet Time (ET)
May 3-5 Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 To be determined

CONCACAF Champions League away goals rule

In this year’s tournament, away goals are used as a tiebreaker in case the teams are even on aggregate goals. However, there is one major exception.

As the final is a home and away game, away goals will not be applied as a tiebreaker in the final.

Additionally, there is another notable rule marker: throughout the Round of 16, Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals, there is no overtime if the teams are even on goals at the outside. If the aggregate score and away goals are both tied after 180 minutes, the clash goes straight to a penalty shootout.

However, like the away goals rule, this differs in the final, with extra time used before a penalty shootout to determine the champion.

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