2004 CONCACAF Champions' Cup

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2004 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
Tournament details
Dates 17 March – 12 May
Teams (from 5 associations)
Final positions
Champions Costa Rica LD Alajuelense (2nd title)
Runners-up Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa
Tournament statistics
Matches played 14
Goals scored 38 (2.71 per match)
Top scorer(s) Costa Rica Rónald Gómez
Trinidad and Tobago Cornell Glen
(3 goals)
2003
2005

The 2004 CONCACAF Champions' Cup was the 39th 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 was won by Alajuelense after a 5-1 aggregate win over Deportivo Saprissa in the final.

Qualified teams[edit]

North American zone[edit]

Central American zone[edit]

Notes
  • Guatemala Comunicaciones - 2003 Copa Interclubes UNCAF runner-up was disqualified from tournament because Guatemalan FA was suspended by CONCACAF and FIFA in January 2004. The place of Comunicaciones was given to C.D. FAS (as second best runner-up in the group stage).

Caribbean zone[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                 
 Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa (p) 2 0 2 (3)  
 Mexico Pachuca 0 2 2 (2)  
   Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa 2 1 3  
   United States Chicago Fire 0 2 2  
 Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh 5 0 5
   United States Chicago Fire 2 4 6  
     Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa 1 0 1
   Costa Rica Alajuelense 1 4 5
   Costa Rica Alajuelense 3 0 3  
 United States San Jose Earthquakes 0 1 1  
 Costa Rica Alajuelense 1 1 2
   Mexico Monterrey 0 1 1  
 El Salvador FAS 0 1 1
   Mexico Monterrey 0 4 4  


Quarterfinals[edit]

17 March 2004
Deportivo Saprissa Costa Rica 2 – 0 Mexico Pachuca
Munoz Goal 34'
Saborio Goal 86'
Estadio Ricardo Saprissa
San José, Costa Rica
Attendance: n/a
Referee: Nery Alfaro (ELS)
24 March 2004
Pachuca Mexico 2 – 0 (AET)
0 – 3 (PSO)
Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa
Alvez Goal 30', 48'
Estadio Hidalgo
Pachuca, Mexico
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Bogdan Stanescu (CAN)

Deportivo Saprissa advance 3-0 on penalty kicks after 2-2 aggregate tie.


17 March 2004
San Juan Jabloteh Trinidad and Tobago 5 – 2 United States Chicago Fire
Glen Goal 8', 12', 37'
Noray Goal 52', 74'
Elcock Goal 40' (og)
Mapp Goal 88'
24 March 2004
Chicago Fire United States 4 – 0 Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh
Ralph Goal 4''
Selolwane Goal 51', 62'
Armas Goal 90'
Soldier Field
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Attendance: 6,123
Referee: Olger Mejia (CRC)

Chicago Fire advance 6-5 on aggregate.


17 March 2004
Alajuelense Costa Rica 3 – 0 United States San Jose Earthquakes
Scott Goal 11'
Ledezma Goal 14'
Arnaez Goal 62' (pen)
Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto
Alajuela, Costa Rica
Attendance: n/a
Referee: José Pineda (HON)
24 March 2004
San Jose Earthquakes United States 1 – 0 Costa Rica Alajuelense
Mullan Goal 89'
Spartan Stadium
San Jose, California, USA
Attendance: 5,130
Referee: Gilberto Alcalá (MEX)

Alajuelense advance 3-1 on aggregate.


17 March 2004
FAS El Salvador 0 – 0 Mexico Monterrey
Estadio Cuscatlán
San Salvador, El Salvador
Attendance: n/a
Referee: Roberto Moreno (PAN)
24 March 2004
Monterrey Mexico 4 – 1 El Salvador FAS
Franco Goal 12', 81'
Suarez Goal 76'
Rodriguez Goal 86'
Reyes Goal 89'
Estadio Tecnológico
Monterrey, Mexico
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Kevin Stott (USA)

Monterrey advance 4-1 on aggregate.

Semifinals[edit]

14 April 2004
Deportivo Saprissa Costa Rica 2 – 0 United States Chicago Fire
Núñez Goal 50'
Solis Goal 71'
21 April 2004
Chicago Fire United States 2 – 1 Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa
Williams Goal 55'
Curtin Goal 86'
Solis Goal 11'
Soldier Field
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Attendance: 7,126
Referee: Gilberto Alcalá (MEX)

Deportivo Saprissa advance 3-2 on aggregate.


14 April 2004
Alajuelense Costa Rica 1 – 0 Mexico Monterrey
Ruiz Goal 3'
Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto
Alajuela, Costa Rica
Attendance: n/a
Referee: Hugo Castillo (Guatemala)
21 April 2004
Monterrey Mexico 1 – 1 (AET) Costa Rica Alajuelense
Perez Goal 90' Rodriguez Goal 115'
Estadio Tecnológico
Monterrey, Mexico
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Rodolfo Sibrian (ELS)

Alajuelense advance 2-1 on aggregate after extra time.

Final[edit]

First leg[edit]

5 May 2004
Deportivo Saprissa Costa Rica 1 – 1 Costa Rica Alajuelense
Solis Goal 61' Lopez Goal 32'

Second leg[edit]

12 May 2004
Alajuelense Costa Rica 4 – 0 Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa
Ledezma Goal 7'
Alpízar Goal 24', 40'
Lopez Goal 76'
Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto
Alajuela, Costa Rica
Attendance: 13,000
Referee: José Pineda (HON)

Champions[edit]

CONCACAF Champions' Cup
2004 Winners
Costa Rica
LD Alajuelense
Second Title

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Costa Rica Alonso Solis Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa 3
Trinidad and Tobago Cornell Glen Trinidad and Tobago Jabloteh 3
3 Gabriel Alvez Mexico C.F. Pachuca 2
Botswana Dipsy Selolwane United States Chicago Fire 2
Trinidad and Tobago Kerry Noray Trinidad and Tobago Jabloteh 2
Mexico Guillermo Franco Mexico Monterrey 2
Costa Rica Froylan Ledezma Costa Rica LD Alajuelense 2
Costa Rica Wilmer Lopez Costa Rica LD Alajuelense 2
Costa Rica Alejandro Alpízar Costa Rica LD Alajuelense 2
10 Costa Rica Bryan Ruiz Costa Rica LD Alajuelense 1
Costa Rica Erick Scott Costa Rica LD Alajuelense 1
Costa Rica Luis Diego Arnaez Costa Rica LD Alajuelense 1
Costa Rica Michael Rodriguez Costa Rica LD Alajuelense 1
United States Brian Mullan United States San Jose Earthquakes 1
Sergio Perez Mexico Monterrey 1
Hassim Suarez Mexico Monterrey 1
Ismael Rodriguez Mexico Monterrey 1
Honduras William Reyes El Salvador FAS 1
Costa Rica Andres Nunez Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa 1
Costa Rica Alvaro Saborio Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa 1
Costa Rica Wilson Munoz Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa 1
Trinidad and Tobago Ansil Elcock United States Chicago Fire 1
United States Justin Mapp United States Chicago Fire 1
Jamaica Damani Ralph United States Chicago Fire 1
United States Chris Armas United States Chicago Fire 1
Jamaica Andy Williams United States Chicago Fire 1
United States Jim Curtin United States Chicago Fire 1

References[edit]