Central American Club Competitions 1970

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    overview | 1969 | 1971


    Copa de Campeones CONCACAF 1970

    
    Northern Section
    
    First Round (Jun 30 & Jul 12)
    New York Greek-Americans USA  Cruz Azul                Mex   0-1  0-5  0-6 
      [Octavio Muciño 76]
      [Octavio Muciño 12, 58, Bidalis 16og, José Luis Guerrero 77, 87] 
    
    Central Section
    
    First Round
    
    Group A
    (Apr 26 & 28)
    Atlético Marte           ElS  Diriangén                Nic   5-0  3-1
    (May 3 & 12)
    Atlético Marte           ElS  Saprissa                 CRi   1-1  1-3
      [Franco 34; Aguilar 57]
      [Aguilar 30, Jimenez 35, 57; Sepulveda 75]
    (May 24 & 31)
    Saprissa                 CRi  Diriangén                Nic   9-0  2-0
      [Umana 13, Marin 25, 50, Chico 27pen, Aguilar 42, 78,
       Heriberto 55, Jimenez 67, Grant 74]
    
     1.Saprissa           4  3  1  0  15- 2  7  [Costa Rica]
     2.Atlético Marte     4  2  1  1  10- 5  5  [El Salvador]
     3.Diriangén          4  0  0  4   1-19  0  [Nicaragua]
     
    Group B (May 17 & 24)
    Olimpia                  Hon  Municipal                Gua   3-2  0-0  3-2
    
    Second Round (Jun 21 and Jul 5)
    Saprissa                 CRi  Olimpia                  Hon   1-0  4-1  5-1  
      [Jorge Urquía 12; Jaime Grant 10, Víctor Manuel Ruiz 15, Edgar Marín 46, Tapita Aguilar 90]
    
    Caribbean Section
    
    Preliminary Rounds
    (Jun 9 & 14)
    Transvaal                Sur  Maple                    Tri   2-0  2-1  4-1
      [?; Schal, Brammerloo]
    (Jul 3 & 5)
    SUBT                     DAn  Racing Club Haïtien      Hai   2-5  1-1  3-6
    
    NB: Racing Club Haïtien were defeated by Santos in the next round
    
    Caribbean Final (Sep 20 & 27)
    Santos                   Jam  Transvaal                Sur   0-2  1-3  1-5
      [Roy Vanenburg, Pauli Corte]
      [Pauli Corte, Jules Lagadeau, Roy Vanenburg; Campbell]
    
    NB: remaining ties unknown
    
    
    On Dec 15, 1970, Cruz Azul declared winners after Deportivo Saprissa and Transvaal withdrew.
    
    
    overview | 1969 | 1971

    About this document

    Thanks to Gerardo Coto, Colin Jose, Erik Garin, Piet Veroeveren, Ian King, Osvaldo José Gorgazzi, Erik Francisco Lugo and CONCACAF

    Prepared and maintained by Jim Goloboy and Karel Stokkermans for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

    Authors: Jim Goloboy and Karel Stokkermans
    Last updated: 22 Aug 2013

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