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Union’s 2023 Concacaf Champions League Quarterfinals schedule released



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The Philadelphia Union will continue their quest for more silver as the 2023 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League quarterfinals get underway next month. CONCACAF recently released the schedule for the two-leg series; the first leg will occur between April 4-5. The second leg matches are happening between April 11-13.

Philadelphia Union will face Atlas FC, with the first match in Chester on Tuesday, April 4th. Kickoff for that match is at 8:00 PM. The second leg will occur on Wednesday, April 12th at 8:00 PM ET at Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, Mexico.

The 2023 SCCL quarterfinal teams include former champions Tigres, 2020 SCCL runners-up Los Angeles FC, Atlas, Vancouver Whitecaps, Honduran side Motagua, Violette, Club Leon, and Philadelphia Union.

Just like the round of 16 matches, these games will be broadcasted through CONCACAF’s tv partners, for Union fans, that means Fox Sports.

A complete list of the Quarterfinals games is listed below:


First Legs

Tuesday, April 4, 2023
20:00 (20:00) Philadelphia Union (USA) vs Atlas FC (MEX) – Subaru Park, Chester, PA, USA
22:00 (20:00) Club Leon (MEX) vs Violette AC (HAI) – Estadio Leon, Leon, Mexico

Wednesday, April 5, 2023
20:00 (18:00) FC Motagua (HON) vs Tigres UANL (MEX) – Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula, Honduras
22:00 (19:00) Vancouver Whitecaps FC (CAN) vs. Los Angeles FC (USA) – BC Place, Vancouver, Canada*


Second Legs

Tuesday, April 11, 2023
20:00 (20:00) Violette AC (HAI) vs Club Leon (MEX) – Estadio Cibao FC, Santiago, Dominican Republic
22:15 (19:15) Los Angeles FC (USA) vs Vancouver Whitecaps FC (CAN) – BMO Stadium, Los Angeles, CA, USA*

Wednesday, April 12, 2023
22:00 (20:00) Atlas FC (MEX) vs Philadelphia Union (USA) – Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, Mexico

Thursday, April 13, 2023
22:00 (20:00) Tigres UANL (MEX) vs FC Motagua (HON) – Estadio Universitario, Monterrey, Mexico

Sean Sullivan is an Associate Editor for Philadelphia Soccer Now/Brotherly Game, where he has spent the past few years covering game day events for the Philadelphia Union. In his day job, he oversees creative and studio production for a corporate event streaming company based in the Philadelphia region.

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