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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sporting Kansas City, Vancouver Whitecaps drawn together in CCL

Kekuta Manneh and the Vancouver Whitecaps will take part in the CCL later this year.

The Vancouver Whitecaps and Sporting Kansas City have been drawn together in the same group for the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League.

CONCACAF held the draw for the 2016-17 edition of the competition in Miami Beach on Monday night.

The four teams each from the United States and Mexico were separated into each of the eight groups, meaning the Whitecaps, who qualified by winning the 2015 Canadian Championship, were guaranteed to be drawn with either a fellow MLS side or a team from Liga MX.

The...

 By Tom Marshall

Club America's focused transfer policy has led to trophies

ESPN FC's Jose Antonio Rodriguez and Leon Lecanda review Club America's 2-1 victory over Tigres, winning the CONCACAF Champions League for a second consecutive year.

Club America is not only Mexico's most successful side, but it is now the undisputed king of CONCACAF, after lifting the CONCACAF Champions League trophy on Wednesday for the seventh time, one more than Cruz Azul.

The institution's hash-tag "100 years of greatness" in celebration of its centennial appears to be increasingly apt. America may be Mexico's most despised team -- according to the yearly polls -- but the giant from Mexico City wins titles like none other in this part of the world and...

 By Nayib Moran

America and Michael Arroyo dismantle Tigres to repeat as CCL champions

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Michael Arroyo and Oribe Peralta celebrate after leveling the score for America vs. Tigres in the CCL.

MEXICO CITY -- With goals from Osvaldo Martinez from the spot and Michael "Miky" Arroyo, America defeated Tigres by a final score of 2-1 in the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final, with the aggregate score of 4-1 sealing a second consecutive CCL title for Las Aguilas.

It was the first trophy for manager Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz since taking over at America and earns the team a spot at the Club World Cup in December.

Here are three takeaways from Estadio Azteca.

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America beat Tigres 4-1 on aggregate to win CONCACAF Champions League

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ESPN FC's Jose Antonio Rodriguez and Leon Lecanda review Club America's 2-1 victory over Tigres, winning the CONCACAF Champions League for a second consecutive year.

Club America defeated Tigres 2-1 on Wednesday in front of an almost full Estadio Azteca to lift the CONCACAF Champions League for a second consecutive year, after a 4-1 series win on aggregate.

France international Andre-Pierre Gignac opened the scoring in the 39th minute to give Tigres a glimmer of hope, but Ecuadorian Michael Arroyo netted a solo effort in the 68th and Osvaldo Martinez scored a penalty in the 87th to wrap up the tie.

Las Aguilas will again represent the CONCACAF region at the...