The 2 American qualifiers will be: Kansas City Wizards or Los Angeles Galaxy and D.C. United or New England Revolution. I think it'd be better for L.A. and D.C., just because their names are more known than the other teams, and they're the only 2 previous winners of the Champions' Cup. This may be a "not care" thing for MLS, but if an American club gets to the FIFA Club World Cup next year, I think MLS might be able to gain some "street cred". Same for a Mexican league team if it wins and goes on to Japan. The 3 Central American qualifiers will come from the following 4: F.A.S. of El Salvador, Municipal of Guatemala, Olimpia of Honduras, and Saprissa of Costa Rica. The Caribbean qualifier will be either: Intermeongetapoe of Surinam, Harbour View of Jamaica, CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh of Trinidad & Tobago, or Tivoli Gardens of Jamaica. The 2 Mexican qualifiers? I've no idea, anyone?