MEXICO NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM
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Joined FIFA In: 1929
Team Captain: Andrés Guardado
Head Coach: Gerardo Martino
Team Nickname: El Tri
Mexico National Soccer Team TicketsAs the holder of the record number of eight Concacaf (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football) Gold Cup victories, the Mexico National Soccer Team is one of the truly great international soccer teams on a continent loaded with international soccer superpowers. The Mexico National Soccer Team is currently ranked No. 11 in the FIFA World Rankings. Having brought in Gerardo Martino as its new head coach, the team is poised for a new era in its development where it will aim for higher achievements than any it has reached before. In his successful career, Martino has led Paraguay to the Quarter Finals of the 2010 World Cup and Argentina to two consecutive Copa América finals. The team's nickname, El Tri, comes from the red, white and green Mexican flag, known as el tricolor. Fans can follow El Tri, wherever they go and whomever they play against amid wild crowds of Mexico supporters, at any one of their many national and international games throughout the year. Get your Mexico National Soccer Team Tickets at StubHub today.
Which players formed Mexico's starting 11 in recent games?In one of its most recent games, a Concacaf Nations League A game against Bermuda which they ultimately won 2-1, the Mexican National Soccer Team used a 4-4-2 formation involving the following players: goalkeeper Hugo Gonzalez (rather than the much more highly capped Guillermo Ochoa), defenders Héctor Moreno, Edson Álvarez, Cristian Calderón and Jorge Sánchez; midfielders Érick Aguirre (later replaced by Rodolfo Pizarro), Luís Romo, Orbelín Pineda (later replaced by Roberto Alvarado) and Uriel Antuna; and forwards José Macías (later replaced by Raúl Jiménez) and Francisco Córdova.
What are some recent games involving the Mexico National Soccer Team?Mexico recently played two Concacaf Nations League A matches against Panama and Bermuda on Nov. 15 and Nov. 19, 2019, respectively. The team defeated Panama 3-0 and Bermuda 2-1. Before that, the Mexican team played against Panama on Oct. 15, 2019 and Bermuda on Oct. 11, 2019.
What are some additional games in which this team will compete in 2020?The Mexican National Soccer Team is set to play two international friendly games against the Czech Republic and Greece on March 26 and March 29, 2020, respectively. These games will be part of the Mexican team’s 2020 US tour.
In which venues does the Mexico National Soccer Team play often?The Mexico National Soccer Team has played in countless venues in Mexico and all across the world. Some of these include the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City; the Estadio Jalisco in Guadalajara, Mexico; the Estadio Cuauhtémoc in Puebla, Mexico; the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga.; and Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
What are some other teams and soccer events that fans of this team may enjoy?Fans of the Mexico National Soccer Team would likely enjoy getting tickets to major international soccer tournaments like the Concacaf Gold Cup and the Copa América, both of which Mexico has repeatedly performed well in. Of course, you can buy tickets to the largest international soccer event of all, the World Cup, too. Those who love watching Mexico play may also enjoy seeing Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Columbia, Paraguay, Chile, England, France, Germany, Spain, Canada, Peru, El Salvador, Costa Rica and the United States play as well. Get the Mexico National Soccer Team schedule and ticket information at StubHub.
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