Miami, FL – The 22 clubs participating in the 2020 Scotiabank Concacaf League have submitted their player lists for the competition kicking off on October 20. The lists contain a maximum of 35 players per club, of which three must be goalkeepers.
Clubs that have elected to register fewer than 35 players will be able to add additional players up to 44 hours before each match, provided that their roster does not exceed a total of 35 players. Once a player has been registered, he may not be removed or replaced.
Forty-four hours before each match, clubs will need to select a maximum of 23 players from their 35-player list in order to complete their final match rosters.
Out of the 23 players, only 18 will be able to participate in each match (two must be goalkeepers).
Additionally, the four semifinalists will be allowed to submit a completely new 35 player roster for the final two rounds of the competition. Players who have accumulated playing time for any other club will not be eligible.
To be eligible to participate in the competition, all players must be registered with the club and the appropriate Federation, and eligible to play in any league match for the current playing season per the FIFA transfer deadlines in each country.
More information on rosters and player eligibility is available in the competition regulations.