Mexico national team confirms three new rivals and the dates on which they will face them in the United States – La Opinion

Mexico national team confirms three new rivals and the dates on which they will face them in the United States – La Opinion

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After the Mexican team made it known that he will face Brazil and Uruguay in friendly matches as part of their preparation towards the America Cupthis Tuesday the FMF revealed the names of three other rivals, as well as the dates and venues in the United States where it will face the five synods.

Through a statement, the federation announced that before the Copa América, in addition to the already known rivals, They will be measured against their counterpart from Bolivia.

And it is precisely against Bolivia with who el Tri begins its now famous MexTour at Soldier Field in Chicago on May 31.

Five days later, the tricolor team will face the “Garra Charrúa” at Empower Field at Mile High Stadium in Denver.

June 8 Mexico will close its preparation before competing for the Copa América at Kyle Field, College Station, Texas; closing the friendly tour with a flourish against Brazil.

New rivals after the Copa América

After the continental tournament in which Mexico will compete as a guest of Conmebol, the confederation that organizes the contest, El Tri will have two more games, the first against New Zealand at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on September 7 and on September 10 against Canada at AT&T Stadium of Arlington.

The dates of the Copa América

The most anticipated matches for the Mexican team are the ones they will have in the Copa América, where the June 22 against Jamaica, then Venezuela will be measured on the 26th of the same month and will close the group stage against Ecuador on June 30.

In the 2024 Copa América, the Mexicans will try to win their first title, to surpass their best results, runners-up in Ecuador 1993, in their debut in the competition, and Colombia 2001.

Mexico has 10 participations as a guest of Conmebol in the Copa América, where in addition to being finalists in 1993 and 2001, they won third places in Bolivia 1997, Paraguay 1999 and Venezuela 2007.

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