2009–10 CONCACAF Champions League Preliminary Round

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The CONCACAF Champions League 2009–10 Preliminary Round was the first round of the CONCACAF Champions League 2009–10. Sixteen teams were entered in this round, and were drawn into eight matchups that were contested in a two-legged tie. The first leg of each of the Preliminary Round matchups was played July 28–30, 2009, and the second leg was played August 4–6. This tournament's Preliminary Round was scheduled to begin one month earlier than the previous season in order to alleviate schedule congestion for participants due to Fourth Round of CONCACAF qualification for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[1] The matchup draw for the Preliminary and Group Stages was conducted on June 11.[2] The match schedule was announced five days later on June 16.[3]

Matches[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
San Francisco Panama 2–3 Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh 2–0 0–3
Pachuca Mexico 10–1 Guatemala Jalapa 3–0 7–1
W Connection Trinidad and Tobago 4–3 United States New York Red Bulls 2–2 2–1
Olimpia Honduras 2–2 (a) Panama Árabe Unido 2–1 0–1
Herediano Costa Rica 2–6 Mexico Cruz Azul 2–6 0–0
D.C. United United States 2–2 (5–4 p) El Salvador Luis Ángel Firpo 1–1 1–1 (aet)
Liberia Mía Costa Rica 3–6 Honduras Real España 3–0 0–6
Toronto FC Canada 0–1 Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Islanders 0–1 0–0

All match-times are listed in local time.

First leg[edit]

July 28, 2009
20:00 EDT (UTC-4)
D.C. United United States 1 – 1 El Salvador Luis Ángel Firpo
Moreno Goal 42' (pen.) Report Benítez Goal 26'
RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
Attendance: 8,026
Referee: Paúl Delgadillo (Mexico)

July 28, 2009
21:00 CDT (UTC-5)
Pachuca Mexico 3 – 0 Guatemala Jalapa
Cacho Goal 42'
Caballero Goal 57'
Giménez Goal 76'
Report
Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca, Hidalgo
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)

July 29, 2009
20:00 EDT (UTC-4)[4]
Toronto FC Canada 0 – 1 Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Islanders
Report Jagdeosingh Goal 67'
BMO Field, Toronto
Attendance: 20,758
Referee: Hugo Cruz (Costa Rica)

July 29, 2009
19:00 EST (UTC-5)
San Francisco Panama 2 – 0 Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh
Vilarete Goal 5' (pen.)
Pérez Goal 83'
Report

July 29, 2009
20:00 CST (UTC-6)
Liberia Mía Costa Rica 3 – 0 Honduras Real España
Umana Goal 31' (pen.)
Alpízar Goal 75'90'
Report

July 30, 2009
20:00 ECT (UTC-4)
W Connection Trinidad and Tobago 2 – 2 United States New York Red Bulls
Faña Goal 40'
Hector Goal 72'
Report Öbster Goal 47'
Joseph Goal 60' (o.g.)

July 30, 2009
20:00 CST (UTC-6)
Herediano Costa Rica 2 – 6 Mexico Cruz Azul
Herron Goal 59'
Guity Goal 76'
Report Vela Goal 2'
Orozco Goal 50'57'74'
Villa Goal 70'
Zeballos Goal 88'

July 30, 2009
20:00 CST (UTC-6)
Olimpia Honduras 2 – 1 Panama Árabe Unido
Nascimento Goal 48' (pen.)
Ferreira Goal 56'
Report Rodriguez Goal 18'

Second leg[edit]

Puerto Rico Islanders won 1–0 on aggregate score.


August 4, 2009
20:00 CST (UTC-6)
Jalapa Guatemala 1 – 7 Mexico Pachuca
Piñeyro Goal 43' (pen.) Report Giménez Goal 4'
Mendivil Goal 13'36'77'
Aguilar Goal 50'
Benitez Goal 64'
Caballero Goal 86'
Estadio Las Flores, Jalapa
Attendance: 1,861
Referee: Wálter Quesada (Costa Rica)

Pachuca won 10–1 on aggregate score.


D.C. United 2–2 Luis Ángel Firpo on aggregate. D.C. United won 5–4 on penalties.


August 5, 2009
20:00 EDT (UTC-4)
New York Red Bulls United States 1 – 2 Trinidad and Tobago W Connection
Wolyniec Goal 19' Report Toussaint Goal 40'45'

W Connection won 4–3 on aggregate score.


August 5, 2009
21:00 CDT (UTC-5)
Cruz Azul Mexico 0 – 0 Costa Rica Herediano
Report
Estadio Azul, Mexico City
Attendance: 4,311
Referee: Terry Vaughn (United States)

Cruz Azul won 6–2 on aggregate score.


August 6, 2009
19:00 EST (UTC-5)
Árabe Unido Panama 1 – 0 Honduras Olimpia
Mendieta Goal 27' Report

Árabe Unido 2–2 Olimpia on aggregate score; Árabe Unido won on away goals, 1–0.


August 6, 2009
20:00 ECT (UTC-4)
San Juan Jabloteh Trinidad and Tobago 3 – 0 Panama San Francisco
Sam Goal 30'
Oliver Goal 62'76'
Report

San Juan Jabloteh won 3–2 on aggregate score.


August 6, 2009
20:00 CST (UTC-6)
Real España Honduras 6 – 0 Costa Rica Liberia Mía
Mattoso Goal 4'90+'
Pavón Goal 18'73'80'
Peña Goal 47'
Report

Real España won 6–3 on aggregate score.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Next season's CONCACAF Champions League to begin last week of July, New York City: CONCACAF, 2008-11-13, retrieved 2009-06-18 
  2. ^ Champions League Draw sets Preliminary Round pairings, determines four-team groups, New York City: CONCACAF, 2009-06-11, retrieved 2009-06-18 
  3. ^ written at Miami, D.C. United-Chalatenango to open 2009–2010 CONCACAF Champions League, New York City: CONCACAF, 2009-06-16, retrieved 2009-06-17 
  4. ^ "CONCACAF ticket information announced - Reds play Puerto Rico Islanders at BMO Field on July 29" (Press release). Toronto FC. 2009-06-30. Retrieved 2009-07-12. 

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