NEW YORK - Mexican regular season champion Toluca will face U.S. counterpart the Columbus Crew in the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions League, paired together Tuesday in the tournament's Championship Round draw.

Pachuca will face Comunicaciones of Guatemala, Pumas will take on Honduras' Marathon and Cruz Azul will play Panama's Arabe Unido in the other quarterfinals, with the Mexican sides all hosting the second legs of their respective series.

CONCACAF Deputy General Secretary Italo Zanzi conducted the draw with the assistance of Mary Lynn Blanks in the television studios of the confederation's New York headquarters.

To watch a video of the draw, click here.

Columbus, Comunicaciones, Marathon and Arabe Unido all will be home for the first leg the week of March 9-11 and then travel to Mexico for the second legs March 16-18.

The exact dates and kickoff times were not expected to be known until later this week.

The winner between Pumas and Marathon will advance to play the winner of Cruz Azul and Arabe Unido in Semifinal 1, with either Pumas or Marathon hosting the first leg the week of March 30-April 1.

The victor between Columbus and Toluca will host the survivor of the Pachuca-Comunicaciones quarterfinal in the first leg of Semifinal 2. The second leg of the semifinals will be played April 6-8.

The finals will be played April 20-22 and April 27-29  with the winner of Semifinal 1 playing the first leg at home.

First Leg - March 9-11
Second Leg - March 16-18
QF1: *Comunicaciones vs. Pachuca
QF2: *Columbus vs. Toluca
QF3: *Marathon vs. Pumas
QF4 :*Arabe Unido vs. Cruz Azul

First Leg - March 30-April 1
Second Leg - April 6-8
SF1: *QF3 winner (Marathon-Pumas) vs. QF4 winner (Arabe Unido-Cruz Azul)
SF2: *QF2 winner (Columbus-Toluca) vs. QF1 winner (Comunicaciones-Pachuca)

First Leg - April 20-22
Second Leg - April 27-29
*SF1 winner vs. SF2 winner

*First leg at home