Mexico's road to the Gold Cup
The senior Tricolor defeated Nigeria in a friendly match with a 4-0 score.
After winning the 2019 Gold Cup, the Mexican National Team was going to live a year of challenges, as it would define the first title of the CONCACAF Nations League, in addition to beginning its participation in the CONCACAF Qualifiers for Qatar 2022. This until the coronavirus pandemic, which altered everything.
Thanks to the hand of coach Gerardo Tata Martino, 'new' names such as Edson Álvarez, Diego Lainez, Rodolfo Pizarro, Carlos Rodríguez or Roberto Alvarado have joined Andrés Guardado, Néstor Araujo, Raúl Jiménez, Hirving Lozano, Guillermo Ochoa, Héctor Herrera, among others, delivering an attractive generational change that will give much to talk about.
MEXICO'S MATCHES IN THE GOLD CUP
The group stage of the 2021 Gold Cup will be played from July 10 to July 20. This is the path to be followed by the Mexican National Team in the first stage of the competition:
Saturday, July 10, 2021
Mexico vs Prelims 9 Winner (AT&T Stadium)
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
Curacao vs Mexico (Cotton Bowl Stadium)
Sunday, July 18, 2021
Mexico vs El Salvador (Cotton Bowl Stadium)
The 2021 Gold Cup will take place from July 10th to August 1. Mexico, winners of the 2019 edition, will compete in Group A against El Savador, Curcao and one national team from the preliminary round.
The Mexican U23 National Team will have a preparation tour in Marbella, where they will face three teams qualified to the Olympic Games, with a view to the international competition where Jaime Lozano's team will debut against France.