Mexican National Team Tickets
The Mexican Men’s National Soccer Team has been playing international soccer for the past century. During which time they have played over 250 World Cup matches and qualifiers, and their team ranks among the most celebrated teams in International soccer. Over 15 million fans have attended their Cup and Qualifier games, which would rate them among the teams with the most fans in attendance. Just a few of the international teams they have competed against in friendlies including: Team USA, Ecuador, Guatemala, Nigeria Paraguay and Uruguay.
When El Tri plays a match in the United States it is sure to sell out as they have a huge, passionate fan base in the States. Some of the biggest crowds to attend a Men's Mexican National team match have come at matches at the Rose Bowl and AT&T Stadium. El Tri will see more record crowds in the USA as they play in partnership with FC Dallas at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Those games will be a combination of International Friendlies and Exhibition matches, but they are sure to bring in thousands of their most passionate fans.
The Mexican National Team, otherwise known as La Verde or El Tri, typically will rank in the top 10 of FIFA's world soccer rankings and are easily among the top teams in this hemisphere. They are a member of CONCACAF, so their qualifying matches for the World Cup are played against the other teams in the region. In CONCACAF matches, no team has had the success that Mexico Men’s National Soccer Team has. Mexico has won the CONCACAF Gold Cup more times than any other team.
The history of the Mexican Men's National Soccer Team dates back a 100+ years and includes some of the best results by any team from North America. The Mexican soccer governing body was officially founded in 1927 and Mexico would go on to compete in the inaugural FIFA World Cup in 1930. Some of the most talented players in the history of soccer have played for the Mexico Men’s National Soccer Team, including Cuauhtemoc Blanco, Jared Borgetti, Javier Hernandez, Claudio Suarez, Gerado Torrado, Andres Guardado and Guillermo Ochoa.
Mexico vs the United States
Mexico's biggest rival on the soccer field is the Men's US National Team. Mexico has dominated much of the competition in North American, but the US team has been a thorn in their side. The two squads have played some legendary matches during International Friendlies, FIFA World Cup qualifiers or the Gold Cup. If you are a fan of El Tri, make sure you take in a game when they play team USA.