Don’t miss your chance to see one of the best squads in North American soccer take to the field. With 10 confederation titles giving them the best record in the region, Mexico’s national soccer team is a regular contender in the Copa América and the Soccer World Cup, and a tough rival for their neighbors to the north. Pick up tickets for Mexico’s next game and follow the team on their run for the next in their long line of victories.
Professional soccer got started in Mexico with immigrants from England and Spain, who started building the organization in the early 1900s. A string of international friendlies on both sides of the Atlantic led to the 1928 Olympics and the inaugural World Cup in 1930, where Mexico played the competition’s first game with a matchup against France.
Since then, they have returned to the World Cup 15 more times, advancing out of the group stage more consistently than almost any other team. Mexico is also the 10-time victor of the CONCACAF Championship and Gold Cup, 4-time winner of the Pan American Games, and became the only team in its region to win a FIFA tournament when they claimed the Confederations Cup in 1999.
In exhibition games across the continent, Mexico’s team has helped to raise the level of international soccer and thrilled audiences with a look at how the game was meant to be played. Whether they’re at home in the Estadio Azteca, facing off against Portugal in the Confederations Cup, or facing down the World Cup’s defending champions, El Tri brings phenomenal action into the arena, and a ticket to see them play lets you experience what it’s like to become a part of the legend.