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Rosters confirmed for 2023 Concacaf Central American Cup


The 20 clubs participating in the inaugural Concacaf Central American Cup have submitted their player lists for the competition kicking off on August 1. The rosters contain a maximum of 35 players per club.

The rosters have been selected and submitted by each club and are published as such. To be eligible to participate in the 2023 Concacaf Central American Cup, all players must be registered with the club and the appropriate Federation and eligible to play in any league match for the current playing season per the FIFA transfer deadlines in each country.

Clubs that have elected to register fewer than 35 players will be able to add additional players up to 44 hours before each match, provided that their roster does not exceed 35 players. Once a player is registered, he may not be removed or replaced.

Two days before each match, clubs must select a maximum of 23 players from their 35-player list to complete their final match rosters.

To download the rosters, click here.

The first round of the new regional cup is played among 20 of Central Americaís best menís clubs and is part of the Confederationís new menís club ecosystem. This new ecosystem also includes regional cups in North America and the Caribbean, and leads to a revamped 27-club Concacaf Champions Cup (replaces Concacaf Champions League).

Fans will be able to enjoy all group stage matches through the Confederationís TV partner networks, including FOX Sports | Tubi (USA-English), TUDN | ViX (USA-Spanish), Fox Sports Mexico (Mexico-Spanish), ESPN | Star+ (Central America, Caribbean, and South America), and the Concacaf Official Platforms for all other territories (subject to territory restrictions).

The match schedule for the 2023 Concacaf Central American Cup is available here.

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