The Concacaf Champions League had to suspend its matches since last March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Since then the tournament has been on hiatus and with many games pending, although soon everything could be resumed so that the competition for a ticket to the club world championship continues.
Tony Marinaro of TSN Radio 690 reported through his social networks that the Concachampions will probably resume its activities on a regular basis in the third week of December. In addition, the quarter-final, semi-final and final stages would be playoffs to one game, but this is not yet official.
Mexico, as well as the states of California, Florida and Texas would also serve as probable venues to host the playoffs from the quarterfinals. As the calendar progresses, it would be analyzed whether to continue with this travel logistics or change the venues. For now, Concacaf has not commented on the matter, but they are expected to do so shortly.
Hearing 2020 Scotiabank @Concacaf Champions League will resume most likely in 3rd week of December. Quarters, Semis & Final, will all be 1 game knockout. Teams will be in same location. Games will most likely be either in: California, Texas, Florida or Mexico #TSN690 #Concacaf
— Tony Marinaro (@TonyMarinaro) October 15, 2020
MLS teams in quarterfinals
Four Major League Soccer teams are contesting the quarterfinal phase of the Concacaf Champions League. First, Atlanta United plays the pass against America from Mexico; the first leg was won by the Mexican team 3-0. On the other hand, Montreal Impact also lost its key in the first leg by a score of 2-1 against Olimpia of Honduras and New York City FC lost to Tigres of Mexico. Finally, the series between LAFC and Cruz Azul has yet to be played.