CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIPS & GOLD CUP
The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) is the continental governing body for association football in North America, Central America and the Caribbean. Three South American entities, the independent nations of Guyana and Suriname and the French department of French Guiana, are also members.
The first CONCACAF Championships were held in 1963 and ran to 1989 when they were replaced by the Gold Cup from 1991 to date.
CONCACAF Champions League
The CONCACAF Champions League is the annual international club football championship for teams from the CONCACAF region (North America, Central America, and the Caribbean).
The competition is open to the leading teams in the region and replaced the CONCACAF Champions' Cup, which ran from 1962 to 2008.
The winner earns a berth in the following year's FIFA Club World Cup.
CFU Caribbean Cup
The Caribbean Cup is the championship tournament for national association football teams that are members of the Caribbean Football Union. The first competition was contested in 1989.
The Caribbean Cup serves as a qualification tournament for the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
The Caribbean Cup replaced the CFU Championship competition which was active between 1978 and 1988.
UNCAF Copa Centroamericana
The Copa Centroamericana is the main football competition contested by the senior men's national teams of the members of the Unión Centroamericana de Fútbol (UNCAF).
It is held every two years since 1991, in the years before and after the FIFA World Cup tournaments.