CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup

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CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup
Founded 1991
Abolished 2001
Region North America, Central America & The Caribbean (CONCACAF)
Related competitions CONCACAF Giants Cup
Most successful club(s) El Salvador Atlético Marte
Mexico Monterrey
Mexico Necaxa
Mexico Tecos
Mexico America
(1 Title)

The CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup was an international association football club competition held from 1991 to 1998.

The cup was between the winners of their nation's domestic cup competitions, which posed a problem as some participating countries did not have a cup competition. The last three competitions were abandoned and never finished.[1] In 2001, the Cup Winners Cup then became the CONCACAF Giants Cup.

CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup[edit]

Year Champion Runner-up
1991 El Salvador Atlético Marte Guatemala Comunicaciones
1992 Not held
1993 Mexico Monterrey Honduras Real España
1994 Mexico Necaxa Guatemala Aurora
1995 Mexico Tecos El Salvador Firpo
1996 Abandoned
1997 Honduras Olimpia vs Mexico Necaxa
Not Played [2]
1998 Abandoned

CONCACAF Giants Cup[edit]

Year Champion Runner-up
2001 Mexico America United States D.C. United

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