Concacaf Monday conducted the official draw for the 2023 edition of the Concacaf Champions League.

The competition, which includes the participation of 16 clubs from eight Concacaf associations, is scheduled to commence the second week of March, and conclude on Sunday, June 4 with a second-leg final.

Here is the draw:

Matchup #1: Austin FC (USA) vs Violette AC (HAI)
Matchup #2: Club Leon (MEX) vs Tauro FC (PAN)
Matchup #3: Orlando City SC (USA) vs Tigres UANL (MEX)
Matchup #4: CF Pachuca (MEX) vs Motagua FC (HON)
Matchup #5: Vancouver Whitecaps FC (CAN) vs RCD España (HON)
Matchup #6: Los Angeles FC (USA) vs LD Alajuelense (CRC)
Matchup #7: Atlas FC (MEX) vs CD Olimpia (HON)
Matchup #8: Philadelphia Union (USA) vs Alianza FC (SLV)

The tournament will begin with the home-and-away Round of 16 matches in March, followed by the quarterfinals and first leg semifinals in April, and the return leg semifinals and first leg final in May.

The second-leg final will take place Sunday, June 4 and will be hosted by the best performing finalist club in the earlier rounds of the competition.

The schedule

Round of 16: March 7-9 (first legs) and March 14-16 (second legs)

Quarterfinals: April 4-6 (first legs) and April 11-13 (second legs)

Semifinals: April 25-27 (first legs) and May 2-4 (second legs)

Finals: May 31 (first leg) and June 4 (second leg)

For all rounds of the competition, the pairings have been determined by the competition’s bracket (available below) and the home club for the return leg of each series will be determined per round as follows:

Round of 16: Clubs from Pot 1 (highest ranked)

Quarterfinals: Clubs from the Round of 16 matchups 1, 3, 5, and 7

Semifinals and Final: Best performing clubs in the earlier rounds of the competition (based on wins, draws, and, if required, goal difference).

Concacaf will announce a complete schedule, including kickoff times and other details soon.