Mexico National Football Team Info
Buy Mexico tickets for football matches here at Ticketbis and be there to support your team from the stadium, wherever they play. The Mexico national football team, also known by nicknames El Tricolor, El Tri and La Verde, participates in the CONCACAF football confederation. Since Mexico is the only nation in the CONCACAF region to win a major international title, they are known to be the most successful nation of the region. Mexico has also participated in the Copa América since the early 90s. Mexico’s football team holds six CONCACAF Gold Cups, one FIFA Confederations Cup, three NAFC Championships, and one North American Nations Cup. With the team already qualified for the Football World Cup taking place in 2018, you can see them in the tournament with Mexico National Football Team tickets.
Mexico National Football Team History
Football in Mexico first started in the early 20th century when Cornish miners would play the game. The national team played in the inaugural football World Cup way back in 1930 and actually played in the very first match against France (which they lost 4-1). In total Mexico has qualified for sixteen football World Cups with their best results being quarter-final finishes in the 1970 and 1986 football World Cups (both hosted by Mexico). The Mexico National Football Team play their home games at the enormous Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, the stadium opened in 1966 and ever since has been the official stadium of the national team, as well as club team América. With a capacity of 87,000, the stadium has hosted two Football World Cup finals and was also the principal venue for football at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City.
Mexico National Football Team Squad & Players
Mexico impressed fans and pundits alike at the Brazil football World Cup and they will be hoping for the same in Russia next year. With the retirement of legendary player Rafael Marquez, Andrés Guardado has taken up the reins and is currently captain of the national team. Record goalscorer Javier Hernandez is still playing and netting goals on a regular basis and Carlos Vela, Giovani Dos Santos and Héctor Moreno all add much-needed talent and experience. This Mexico side is a great mix of exciting new talent and experienced performers. Don't miss your chance to cheer on El Tri and buy Mexico National Football Team tickets today!