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Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team Tickets Information

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The Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team has a rapid and faithful following and competes in international soccer matches across South America, Central America, and the globe. Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team competes in CONMEBOL Confederation matches, as well as FIFA matches and tournaments. Ecuador is often referred to as La Tricolor or La Tri, in reference to the yellow, blue, and red of the Ecuadorian flag and on the Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team’s crest. Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team has been competing in series international soccer events since the 1930’s, but has only recently become a power in what is always a very competitive South American region. Ecuador has found a new level of success since the turn of the century, competing in 3 World Cup’s between 2002-2014, winning 4 World Cup matches in that period. This newfound success has grown the Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team’s fan base to one of the largest in CONMEBOL.

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Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team Rivals

Ecuador vs. Mexico

In recent years, one of the biggest rivals of the Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team has been Mexico. The rivalry between the two teams reached new heights when they competed against each other in the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Since then, Mexico and Ecuador have faced off in numerous international soccer matches and international friendly. Both Ecuador and Mexico have rabid soccer followings and game days between the two teams always have a fantastic atmosphere.

Notable Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team Results

2014 FIFA World Cup

After failing to qualify for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team bounced back to make the 2014 World Cup Tournament. Ecuador would win their 4th game in the FIFA World Cup, with a 2-1 victory of Honduras, and would tie France in the final game of the group. But a loss to Switzerland in the opening game of the 2014 World Cup left Ecuador 2 points short of moving out of the group and ended their run in the tournament.

2006 FIFA World Cup

For the first time in their history the Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team qualified for 2 FIFA World Cup’s in a row with their qualification for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Once again Ecuador would be placed in a tough group, which contained powers Germany and Costa Rica. However, the Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team would post wins over Poland and Costa Rica in their first two matches, pushing them through to the knockout stage for the first time in Ecuador soccer history. In the World Cup round of 16, Ecuador would face England, and lose a tough 1-0 match.

2002 FIFA World Cup

The Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team saw their first major success in the FIFA World Cup in 2002. Ecuador was put into a very tough group, which included international soccer powers Italy and Mexico. Ecuador would lose tough games to both Italy and Mexico, all but ensuring that they would not make it out of the group stage. But a final game victory against Croatia left La Tri with their first ever World Cup victory and a new momentum for the team moving forward.

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Where does the Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team Play?

Ecuador plays at a number of stadiums across the globe, but their home stadium is Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa. Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa is located in Quito, Ecuador. Attending a Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team game at Estadio Azteca is one of the top soccer experiences in international competition.

How can I buy cheap Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team tickets?

TicketCity has a large selection of Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team tickets, including some of the lowest priced tickets on the market. Ticket prices to Ecuador Men’s National Soccer Team games fluctuate based on demand. Bigger matchups and bigger tournaments like the World Cup and Gold Cup typically have a higher demand & ticket prices. Marquee matchups with teams like Ecuador, Brazil, and Germany can raise ticket prices, while prices fall for tickets to less anticipated friendlies and opponents.