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Copa Interclubes UNCAF

Copa Interclubes UNCAF
Founded 1971
Abolished 2007
Region Central America (UNCAF)
Number of teams 16
Last champions CD Motagua (1 time)
Most successful club(s) Deportivo Saprissa (5 times)
Website http://www.uncafut.com/

The UNCAF Club Tournament was an annual international football competition held in the UNCAF region (Central America). The competition was open to the leading domestic club teams in the region. The winners of each national league qualified automatically. It also provided qualification places for the CONCACAF Champions' Cup, to which the top 3 teams advance. Starting in 2008, all of the Central American nations have 1 or 2 teams each participating in the expanded CONCACAF Champions League, thus this tournament ceased to be played.

The tournament had been known as the Copa Fraternidad Centroamericana from 1971 to 1983. It was discontinued between 1983 and 1996, when it was revived as the Torneo Grandes de Centroamerica. In 1998, the tournament was renamed Copa Interclubes UNCAF. It was held on an annual basis between 1998 and the last edition played in 2007.

Contents

  • All-time table 1
  • Results 2
    • By Club 2.1
    • By Country 2.2
  • External links 3

All-time table

  • From 1999 to 2007, only top 10 showing.
Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 Alajuelense 57 31 16 10 118 47 +71 109
2 Olimpia 54 29 14 11 87 39 +48 101
3 Saprissa 53 28 14 11 82 47 +35 98
4 Municipal 44 22 12 10 93 42 +51 78
5 Motagua 24 11 7 6 30 25 +5 40
6 Comunicaciones 36 11 7 18 56 59 −3 40
7 FAS 23 12 3 8 55 26 +29 39
8 Real España 16 6 6 4 28 20 +8 24
9 Arabe Unido 18 7 3 8 39 32 +7 24
10 Puntarenas 12 6 4 2 21 7 +14 22

Results

Season Champions Runner-up Third Fourth
Copa Fraternidad
1971 Comunicaciones Saprissa Herediano Atlético Marte
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
1972 Saprissa Aurora Herediano and Universidad
1st leg: Aurora 1–1 Saprissa; 2nd leg: Saprissa 1–0 Aurora. Herediano and Universidad shared third place.
1973 Saprissa Águila Alajuelense Comunicaciones
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
1974 Municipal Saprissa Águila Aurora
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
1975 Platense Aurora Herediano Saprissa
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
1976 Aurora Comunicaciones Saprissa Águila
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
1977 Municipal Comunicaciones Águila México
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
1978 Saprissa Cartaginés Comunicaciones
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round. Only three teams in final round.
1979 Aurora Real España Atlético Marte and Municipal
1st leg: Aurora 1–0 Real España; 2nd leg: Real España 0–0 Aurora. Atlético Marte and Municipal shared third place.
1980 Broncos Alianza FAS
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round. Only three teams in final round.
1981 Olimpia Real España and Marathón
Real España and Marathón withdrew from final round, Olimpia automatically champions.
1982 Real España Xelajú
1st leg: Real España 2–1 Xelajú; 2nd leg: Xelajú 0–0 Real España. No third place match.
1983 Comunicaciones Aurora Águila
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round. Only three teams in final round.
Torneo de Grandes de Centroamérica
1996 Alajuelense Saprissa Comunicaciones Municipal
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
1997 Alianza Saprissa Alajuelense and Municipal
One leg: Saprissa 0–1 Alianza. Alajuelense and Municipal shared third place.
1998 Saprissa Municipal Real España and Olimpia
1st leg: Saprissa 2–1 Municipal; 2nd leg: Municipal 1–1 Saprissa. Real España and Olimpia shared third place.
Copa Interclubes UNCAF
1999 Olimpia Alajuelense Saprissa Comunicaciones
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
2000 Olimpia Alajuelense Real España Municipal
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
2001 Municipal Saprissa Olimpia Comunicaciones
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
2002 Alajuelense Árabe Unido Motagua Comunicaciones
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
2003 Saprissa Comunicaciones Alajuelense Municipal
One leg: Comunicaciones 2–3 Saprissa.
2004 Municipal Saprissa Olimpia FAS
No final match was held. The championship was decided by a final round.
2005 Alajuelense Olimpia Saprissa Pérez Zeledón
1st leg: Olimpia 0–1 Alajuelense; 2nd leg: Alajuelense 0–1 Olimpia; Alajuelense 4–2 on penalties.
2006 Puntarenas Olimpia Marquense Victoria
1st leg: Puntarenas 3–2 Olimpia; 2nd leg: Olimpia 1–0 Puntarenas; Puntarenas 3–1 on penalties.
2007 Motagua Saprissa Municipal Alajuelense
1st leg: Saprissa 1–1 Motagua; 2nd leg: Motagua 1–0 Saprissa.

By Club

Rank Team Winners Runners-Up Years Won Years Runner-Up
1 Deportivo Saprissa 5 7 (1972, 1973, 1978, 1998, 2003) (1971, 1974, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2004, 2007)
2 CSD Municipal 4 1 (1974, 1977, 2001, 2004) (1998)
3 LD Alajuelense 3 2 (1996, 2002, 2005) (1999, 2000)
CD Olimpia 3 2 (1981, 1999, 2000) (2005, 2006)
5 CSD Comunicaciones 2 3 (1971, 1983) (1976, 1977, 2003)
Aurora FC 2 3 (1976, 1979) (1972, 1975, 1983)
7 Alianza FC 1 2 (1997) (1980)
Real España 1 1 (1982) (1979)
9 CD Motagua 1 0 (2007) -
Puntarenas FC 1 0 (2006) -
CD Broncos 1 0 (1980) -
Platense 1 2 (1975) -

(When sorted by years won or lost, the table is sorted by the date of each team's most recent win)

By Country

Nation Winners Runners Up Winning Clubs Runners-Up
 Costa Rica 9 9 Saprissa (5), Alajuelense (3), Puntarenas (1) Saprissa (7), Alajuelense (2), Cartaginés (1)
 Guatemala 8 7 Municipal (4), Comunicaciones (2), Aurora (2) Comunicaciones (3), Aurora FC (3), Municipal (1)
 Honduras 7 3 Olimpia (3), Real España (1), CD Motagua (1), CD Broncos (1) (3) Olimpia (2), Real España (1)
 El Salvador 2 1 Alianza (1), Platense (1) Alianza (1)
 Panama 0 1 Árabe Unido (1)

External links

  • RSSSF archive


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