2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4th in FIFA World Cup
Transfer Rater: Vela to Barcelona? Modric to Inter Milan? (2:01)
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5dTom Marshall

Lozano, Morgan win CONCACAF player awards

It is the first player of the year award for Mexico's Hirving Lozano, while U.S. star Alex Morgan takes her fourth on the women's side.

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10dTom Marshall

Foundation for Lainez's success is at Betis

With a forward-thinking manager, a visionary sporting director and Mexico's captain, Real Betis have everything Diego Lainez needs to succeed.

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10dCesar Hernandez

Five youngsters poised to debut for Mexico in 2019

Diego Lainez and Roberto Alvarado both broke into the Mexican national team in 2018. Cesar Hernandez tabs five talents who could join them in 2019.

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12dTom Marshall | ESPNFC

Martino's well-traveled path from Rosario to El Tri

New Mexico boss Gerardo Martino has succeeded both in Argentina and abroad but the rise and essence of "Tata" is rooted in his hometown of Rosario.

Is Martino the right man to lead Mexico forward? (0:54)
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21dCesar Hernandez

Five New Year's resolutions for Mexico in 2019

Mexico will be happy to turn the page on 2018; here are five things the national team can do to make 2019 a better year for players and fans.

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25dTom Marshall

Osorio's Paraguay to face Mexico in March

Paraguay boss Juan Carlos Osorio will face off against his former employers Mexico in March, returning to the scene of El Tri's 7-0 loss vs. Chile.

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25dTom Marshall

More lows than high for Mexico in 2018

There were historic moments of joy and celebration for Mexico's national teams in 2018, but much more disappointment and abject failure.

Transfer Rater: Ramsey to Barca? Pulisic moving in January? (3:14)
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53dAdriana Garcia

Ref to return to work; ends hunger strike

Mexican referee Adalid Maganda reached an agreement with Femexfut and will return to work after engaging in a hunger strike to protest racism.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference-3Tied-23rd
Goals Scored3Tied-17th
Goals Conceded6Tied-19th