CONCACAF unveils new logo and competition details for CONCACAF Nations League

CONCACAF is getting a makeover.

The federation unveiled a new logo and brand identity as well as a schedule for their new Nations Cup tournament. The competition will consist of three-tiered leagues that will crown a champion and serve as a qualification stage into the newly reformatted Gold Cup competition.

The competition will begin in September with a qualification process before the league competition begins next year. Each league will be divided into groups with a home-and-away, round-robin format. The competition begins in Fall of 2019, with a championship taking place in March 2020.

League A will contain four groups of three teams with the winners of each group qualifying for the CONCACAF Nations League Final Championship. The teams at the bottom of each League A group will be relegated to League B for the next tournament. Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, the United States and Trinidad & Tobago have earned the right to be seeded directly into League A due to their placement in the CONCACAF Hexagonal.

League B will contain four groups of four teams with the winner of each group promoted to League A, and the bottom relegated to League C for the next edition. League C will consist of the remaining nations with the winners promoted to League B.