Copa Interclubes UNCAF

The Copa Inter Clubes Copa Centroamericana, or Copa Inter Clubes Centroamericana ( engl.: Central American Club Championship ), was a 1971 presented annually transmitted and the Unión Centroamericana de Fútbol ( Copa Centroamericana ), a subsidiary organization of the CONCACAF, organized football club competition for the top teams from the seven countries of Central America. Were eligible to participate, the national champion in the rule.

Precursors were from 1971 to 1984 Copa Fraternity and from 1996 to 1998, the Copa de Grandes de Centroamerica. From 1999 to 2007 the competition was mainly used for the determination of the three Central American participants in the CONCACAF Champion 's Cup. After introduction of the CONCACAF Champions League from season 2008/ 09 and associated fixed quotas to launch sites for all seven Central American countries its discharge was obsolete.

The game mode changed hands several times between round-robin tournament with subsequent knockout phase and play-off, pure league mode or last re pure knockout system.

The finals and prize