1943 CCCF Championship

The 1943 CCCF Championship was a tournament sanctioned by the Confederacion Centroamericana y del Caribe de Futbol (Football Confederation of Central America and the Caribbean), the governing body of football (soccer) in Central America and the nations in the Caribbean prior to 1961, when it was replaced by CONCACAF

1943 CCCF Championship
Tournament details
Host countryEl Salvador
Dates5–19 December
Final positions
Champions El Salvador (1st title)
Runners-up Guatemala
Third place Costa Rica
Fourth place Nicaragua
1941
1946

Following are the results of the Final Group of the second Championship, which was hosted by El Salvador:

Final standingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1   El Salvador (C) 6 4 1 1 28 11 +17 9
2   Guatemala 6 4 1 1 21 11 +10 9
3   Costa Rica 6 3 0 3 20 15 +5 6
4   Nicaragua 6 0 0 6 7 39 −32 0
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion

ResultsEdit

Costa Rica  7–0  Nicaragua
Ubieta   27' (o.g.)
Rojas   32'
Zeledon   34', 62', 76'
Granados   40'
Rojas   86'
El Salvador  2–2  Guatemala
Monterrosa   39'
Torres   42'
Toledo   33', ?'
Guatemala  3–2  Costa Rica
Mendoza  
Toledo  
González   70'
Morera   43'
Zeledon   55'
Nicaragua  1–8  El Salvador
García   Aceituno   5', ?', ?'
Corado   15'
Ruano   28'
Deras   35'
Rivas   49', 65'
Guatemala  6–2  Nicaragua
El Salvador  4–2  Costa Rica
Monterrosa   4'
Linares   60'
Cruz   84'
Torres   86'
Zeledón   39'
Hernández   78'
Guatemala  1–2  El Salvador
Toledo   31' Cruz   44'
Torres   45'
Nicaragua  2–3  Costa Rica
Navarro   30'
Garcia   85'
Riggioni   42'
Rojas   51'
Zeledon   55'
Costa Rica  2–4  Guatemala
Zeledon   43' (pen.)
Rojas   88'
Del Cid    
Castro  
Toledo  
El Salvador  10–1  Nicaragua
Aceituno   4'
Rivas   6', 72', 85'
Cruz   12', 28', 40', 68', 74'
Corado   70'
García   3'
Nicaragua  1–5  Guatemala
Costa Rica  4–2  El Salvador
Zeledón   26', 66'
Riggioni   72'
Á. Rojas   84'
Corado   11'
Cruz   53'

Goal scorersEdit

8 goals

5 goals

  •   José Armando Rivas

4 goals

3 goals

  •   José Francisco Zeledón
  •   Rafael Corado
  •   Alonso Torres

2 goals

  •   Ricardo Monterrosa
  •   Valentín Del Cid
  •   Ramón García

1 goal

  •   César Hernández
  •   Mario Riggioni
  •   Álvaro Rojas
  •   José Deras
  •   Julián Linares
  •   Luis Ruano
  •   Mario Camposeco
  •   José Castro
  •   Esteban González
  •   Julio Mendoza

Note: There were thirty goals during the tournament of which the scorer is unknown. Fourteen of these were scored by Costa Rica, eleven by Guatemala, and five by Nicaragua.

External linksEdit