Mexico national football team
Mexico national football teams represent Mexico in international level. Mexico is the member of CONCACAF this is the most successful national team in CONCACAF as they have won eleven confederation titles, including eight CONCACAF Gold Cup and three CONCACAF Championships and many more.
In early 20th century Football in Mexico was first discover by the immigrant groups, the first match was played against Guatemala in which Mexico won the 3-2. After than many matches played with Guatemala from 12 and 16 December 1923.
The Mexico official football body was formed in 1927, than they have played first international tournament in 1928 Summer Olympics where they lost to Spain 1-7.
|Mexico Football Team Information|
|Nickname||El Tri (The Tricolor)|
|FIFA Current Ranking||12 (18/2022)|
|Top Score||Javier Hernandez (52)|
|Most Caps||Claudio Suarez (177)|
|Appearance||World Cup– first in 1930)
CONCACAF Gold Cups – 8 times
CONCACAF Championships- 3 times
Copa América– 1993 to 2016 (Runner-up twice in 1993 and 2001)
Central American and Caribbean Games- 2 Medals.
Olympics – 2012 Men’s Olympics Football tournament
Current Football Squad:
Mexico Football Team –
|Goalkeeper||Jonathan Orozco, Rodolfo Cota, Guillermo Ochoa|
|Defenders||Nestor Araujo, Cesar Montes, Julio Cesar Dominguez, Johan Vasquez, Julian Araujo, Gerardo Arteaga, Jesus Gallardo|
|Midfielders||Luis Romo, Carlos Rodriguez, Erick Gutierrez, Diego Lainez, Hector Herrera, Andres Guardado, Uriel Antuna|
|Forwards||Raul Jimenez, Alexis Vega, Rogelio Funes Mori, Jesus Corona, Henry Martin, Hirving Lozano.|