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CONCACAF Champions Two Mexican teams, Morelia and...

May 19, 2003

CONCACAF Champions

Two Mexican teams, Morelia and Toluca, have reached the final of the 2003 CONCACAF Champions Cup. These are the tournament's 36 previous winners:

*--* Year Winner (Country) 1962 Guadalajara (Mexico) 1963 Racing (Haiti) 1967 Alianza (El Salvador) 1968 Toluca (Mexico) 1969 Cruz Azul (Mexico) 1970 Cruz Azul (Mexico) 1971 Cruz Azul (Mexico) 1972 Olimpia (Honduras) 1973 Transvaal (Suriname) 1974 Municipal (Guatemala) 1976 Atletico Espanol (Mexico) 1977 Club America (Mexico) 1978 Guadalajara (Mexico) 1979 Deportivo FAS (El Salvador) 1980 UNAM (Mexico) 1981 Transvaal (Suriname) 1982 UNAM (Mexico) 1983 Atlante (Mexico) 1984 Violette (Haiti) 1985 Defence Force (Trinidad & Tobago) 1986 Alajuelense (Costa Rica) 1987 Club America (Mexico) 1988 Olimpia (Honduras) 1989 UNAM (Mexico) 1990 Club America (Mexico) 1991 Puebla (Mexico) 1992 Club America (Mexico) 1993 Saprissa (Costa Rica) 1994 Cartagines (Costa Rica) 1995 Saprissa (Costa Rica) 1996 Cruz Azul (Mexico) 1997 Cruz Azul (Mexico) 1998 D.C. United (United States) 1999 Necaxa (Mexico) 2000 Galaxy (United States) 2002 Pachuca (Mexico)

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