|OFFICIAL NAME||Asociación Deportiva Municipal Pérez Zeledón (Costa Rica)|
|HEAD COACH||Jose Antonio Giacone|
|QUALIFICATION METHOD||2017 Apertura Champion|
|BEST FINISH||first-ever CONCACAF League appearance|
|PREVIOUS APPEARANCES||first-ever CONCACAF League appearance|
For the first time in the club's 27-year history, Perez Zeledon will play in a CONCACAF tournament thanks to their title-winning campaign in Costa Rica's 2017 Apertura.
Going up against Costa Rica's two most decorated clubs in Deportivo Saprissa and Herediano and 2017 SCL finalist Santos de Guapiles, Perez Zeledon emerged on top in the round-robin Quadrangular before defeating Herediano 1-0 on aggregate in the final, courtesy of a Jeikel Venegas goal that will forever live in Perez Zeledon lore.
Founded on September 28, 1991, it will be his first participation in a CONCACAF tournament in its history.
Joshua Mitchell was the team's top scorer and the second leading scorer of the 2017 Apertura Tournament (11). In the 2017/18 Season (Apertura and Clausura) he scored 17 goals in 45 games.
Lauro Cazal was the team’s second-leading scorer in the 2017 Apertura Tournament and the third-leading scorer overall in the 2017 Apertura Tournament (10).
Record Clausura 2017: GP- 30 W-15 D-7 L-7 (GF- 53 GA- 39).
(Classification Phase, Quadrangular and Final round).
Head Coach: Jose Antonio Giacone (ARG). Has coached the team since September 2016. G- 86 W-36 D-22 L-28. Under his reign won the Apertura 2017.
Cazal played in 48 games in the 2017/18 season and scored 14 goals, while Keylor Soto played 48 games in the 2017/18 season and scored 13 goals