Mexico's national football team which represents Mexico Men's in International football is governed by the Mexico Football Federation and is a member of CONCACAF.
Mexico is the only team from CONCACAF that is the most successful national team as they have won 11 confederation titles, 8 CONCACAF Gold Cups, and 3 CONCACAF Championships as well CONCACAF Cup.
Originally, the Mexico Team became the official governing body of football in the year 1927, and in the year 1930, they played Summer Olympics which was the first international tournament where Mexico lost to Spain 1-7 in the round of 16.
FIFA Code MAX
Most Cap Claudio Suarez (177)
Captain:- Andres Guardado
Head Coach:- Gerardo Martino
Andres Guardado, Hector Herrera, Edson Alvarez, Orbelin Pineda, Erick Gutierrez, Uriel Antuna, Roberto Alvarado, Luis Romo, Diego Lainez, Sebastian Cordova, Fernando Beltran, Erik Lira, Erick Sanchez, Luis Chavez.