1999 CONCACAF Champions' Cup

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1999 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
1999 CONCACAF Champions' Cup logo
Tournament details
Host countryUnited States
CityWhitney, Nevada
DatesSeptember 28 – October 3
Teams8 (from 5 associations)
Venue(s)Sam Boyd Stadium
Final positions
ChampionsMexico Necaxa (1st title)
Runners-upCosta Rica Alajuelense
Tournament statistics
Matches played8
Goals scored18 (2.25 per match)

The 1999 CONCACAF Champions' Cup was the 35th edition of the annual international club football competition held in the CONCACAF region (North America, Central America and the Caribbean), the CONCACAF Champions' Cup. It determined that year's club champion of association football in the CONCACAF region.

The Final Tournament was held at Sam Boyd Stadium in Whitney, Nevada in the United States.[1] Necaxa defeated Alajuelense in the final by a score of 2-1.[2]

Qualified teams[edit]

North American zone[edit]

Central American zone[edit]

Caribbean zone[edit]

Qualifying playoff[edit]

August 18, 1999 LA Galaxy United States 1–1
(3–4 p)
Mexico Necaxa Pasadena, California, U.S.
PST Hendrickson 1' 79' Oliva Stadium: Rose Bowl
Attendance: 10,019
  • Necaxa advances to the Quarterfinals


United States D.C. United1
Honduras Olimpia0
United States D.C. United1
Mexico Necaxa3
Mexico Necaxa3
Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa2
Mexico Necaxa2
Costa Rica Alajuelense1
United States Chicago Fire2
Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public0
United States Chicago Fire1 (4)
Costa Rica Alajuelense1 (5) Third place
Mexico Toluca0
Costa Rica Alajuelense1
United States D.C. United2
United States Chicago Fire2


September 28, 1999 Alajuelense Costa Rica 1–0 Mexico Toluca Whitney, Nevada, U.S.
PST Miso 58' Stadium: Sam Boyd Stadium
Attendance: 6,521
Referee: Jose Farias (CAN)
September 28, 1999 Chicago Fire United States 2–0 Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public Whitney, Nevada, U.S.
PST Razov 19'
Kovalenko 82'
Stadium: Sam Boyd Stadium
Attendance: 6,521
Referee: Victorino Rodríguez (SLV)
September 29, 1999 Necaxa Mexico 3–2 Costa Rica Saprissa Whitney, Nevada, U.S.
PST Delgado 14' 64'
Vásquez 37'
Stadium: Sam Boyd Stadium
Attendance: 7,127
Referee: Peter Prendergast (JAM)
September 29, 1999 D.C. United United States 1–0 Honduras Olimpia Whitney, Nevada, U.S.
PST Moreno 68' Stadium: Sam Boyd Stadium
Attendance: 7,127
Referee: Carlos Batres (GUA)


October 1, 1999 Alajuelense Costa Rica 1–1
(5–4 p)
United States Chicago Fire Whitney, Nevada, U.S.
PST Muñoz 22' 38' Kosecki Stadium: Sam Boyd Stadium
Attendance: 8,163
Referee: Peter Prendergast (JAM)
October 1, 1999 D.C. United United States 1–3 Mexico Necaxa Whitney, Nevada, U.S.
PST Talley 26' 40' Almaguer
57' Delgado
68' Oliva
Stadium: Sam Boyd Stadium
Attendance: 8,163
Referee: Carlos Batres (GUA)

Third place match[edit]

  • Third place was shared.


Necaxa Mexico2–1Costa Rica Alajuelense
Aguinaga 47'
Vázquez 66'
35' (pen.) Miso


CONCACAF Champions' Cup
1999 Winners
Second Title


  1. ^ "Defending champion D.C., Chicago will compete". ESPN. AP. September 28, 1999. Retrieved 2019-02-23.
  2. ^ http://www.concacaf.com/viewCompetition.aspx?id=230[permanent dead link]