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Mexico National Football Team

Mexico
Governing bodyFederación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación, A.C.
Affiliated1929
StadiumEstadio Azteca (106,187 seats)
ManagerG. Martino

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Players

#NameAgeA
Goalkeepers
G. Ochoa 36
12R. Cota 3400000600000
1A. Talavera 395706600000000
C. Acevedo 26
Defenders
G. Arteaga 23
2N. Araujo 303665412200000
C. Montes 25
J. Sánchez 24
15H. Moreno 343144401200000
J. Vásquez 23
J. Araujo 20
J. Angulo 24
Midfielders
É. Aguirre 25
C. Rodríguez 25
D. Lainez 21
14É. Gutiérrez 262706333300100
L. Romo 26
16H. Herrera 315626602012200
4E. Álvarez 245616601000200
23J. Gallardo 274886510100300
I. Reyes 21
Attackers
R. Alvarado 23
22H. Lozano 26181101000000
17J. Corona 295286604001000
A. Vega 24
S. Giménez 21
R. Jiménez 31
U. Antuna 24
H. Martín 29

News

Highly-rated youngster included in Mexico's CONCACAF Nations League squad
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On Monday, 18-year-old starlet Marcelo Flores decided to vow his loyalty to El Tri. Now, he is set to play for the Mexican side in his first official tournament.

Mexico's FIFA World Cup squad and players to watch

Mexico will try to confirm their chances of making a lasting impression in the 2018 World Cup with the 23-man list unveiled by coach Juan Carlos Osorio.

The Colombian coach, who has been harshly criticized by the local media for his rotation policy, raised a few eyebrows with his call up, since he decided to leave some rising stars out in order to take some players that are not living their best moments on a football pitch.

Coach's objectives

Mexico's mail goal during the 2018 World Cup will be, like in the past six World Cups, to make it past the Round of 16 match. That notion might be more complicated than initially expected, since their first KO stage would be against those teams that survive Group E, which includes Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia.

New faces

Hirving Lozano - PSV's wingman became one of the Eredivisie's sensations in his debut season, as he had a hand in 26 goals (17 goals, 9 assists). "Chucky" is deemed to be one of Mexico's biggest threats in the 2018 World Cup.

Lozano has been linked to a move away from PSV, with Manchester City and Juventus as potential suitors.

Veterans

Rafael Márquez will appear in his 5th World Cup, in what will mark the end of his impressive career. The former Barcelona center back will try to become the first Mexican player to score in four different World Cups. Other veteran footballers included in Mexico's preliminary squad are Oribe Peralta, Javier Hernández and Andrés Guardado.

Márquez has played more World Cup games (16) than any other Mexican player in history.

Major absences

There will always be controversy in a World Cup list, and Mexico's is no exception. Local journalists suggested that Chivas' midfielder Rodolfo Pizarro should have been included in this list due to his impressive form of late, but Osorio snubbed him due to his lack of commitment to the team's needs, especially during the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup, where he failed to show his skills.

Full squad list

Goalkeepers: Guillermo Ochoa, Jesús Corona, Alfredo Talavera

Defenders: Edson Alvarez, Hugo Ayala, Jesús Gallardo, Miguel Layún, Héctor Moreno, Diego Reyes, Carlos Salcedo.

Midfielders: Jesús Manuel Corona, Marco Fabián, Giovani Dos Santos, Jonathan Dos Santos, Andrés Guardado, Érick Gutierrez(backup player), Héctor Herrera, Rafael Márquez.

Strikers: Javier Aquino, Javier "Chicharito" Hernández, Raúl Jiménez, Hirving Lozano, Oribe Peralta, Carlos Vela

Coach: Juan Carlos Osorio.

Mexico Football Association Info & Statistics

History Founded: 1927, Affiliated: 1929
Uniform Jerseys: Green, Shorts: White, Stockings: Red
Website www.femexfut.org.mx
World Cup Appearances 16: 1930, 1950, 1954, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1970, 1978, 1986, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018
Continental Titles First: CONCACAF Championship (1965, 1971), CONCACAF Gold Cup (1993 USA/Mexico, 1996 USA, 1998 USA, 2003 USA/Mexico, 2009 USA, 2011 USA)
Second: CONCACAF Championship (1967), Copa America (1993, 2001), CONCACAF Gold Cup (2007 USA)
Best Results First: FIFA Confederations Cup 1999, FIFA U-17 World Cup Final 2005, FIFA U-17 World Cup 2011, Olympic Football Tournament Final 2012
Second: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final 2013, FIFA U-20 World Cup Final 1977, FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Final 2007
Third: FIFA Confederations Cup 1995, FIFA U-20 World Cup 2011, Youth Olympic Football Tournaments Women 2014
Fourth: FIFA Confederations Cup 2005, 2017, FIFA U-17 World Cup Final 2015, Olympic Football Tournament Final 1968

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