Mexico will host Guatemala on April 27 at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium

The 2022 MexTour, one of the top sports properties in North America, will kick off on Wednesday, April 27 at 8:00 p.m., when the Mexican National Team battles Guatemala at the newly-renovated Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fl – a candidate city and venue to host 2026 FIFA World Cup matches.  The announcement was made today jointly by the Federación Mexicana de Fútbol (FMF), the City of Orlando, Greater Orlando Sports Commission, and Soccer United Marketing (SUM). 

Tickets for the Orlando MexTour match will go on sale via www.MexTour.org on Tuesday, March 8 at 10 a.m. EST. 

Information on additional MexTour matches will be announced at a later date.  Fans are encouraged to pre-register for future ticket information – and the opportunity to have first access to purchase limited ticket inventory – by visiting www.MexTour.org, the ultimate fan destination page with the latest information related to the tour, including the full schedule, on-sale dates, gameday guide and activities, public health and safety FAQs, events, and more.  Also, fans can visit the official Mexican National Team U.S. e-store, ShopMNT.com, featuring the latest team gear, including jerseys, official team merchandise, and more. Information regarding ticket sales will be available closer to the events. 

“This international matchup between Mexico and Guatemala at Camping World Stadium is a gift to soccer fans throughout Central Florida and beyond,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. “Orlando consistently ranks as a top destination for competitive matches thanks to our community’s broad support of soccer, continued investment in stadium upgrades, and our expertise in both hosting and hospitality. We truly are the Soccer Capital of the South.” 

“We are so pleased that the Federación Mexicana de Fútbol selected Orlando and Camping World Stadium to kick off the 2022 MexTour,” said Jason Siegel, President & CEO of the Greater Orlando Sports Commission. “As our community continues to pursue Host City status for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, we are excited to show off all that Greater Orlando has to offer as we welcome the players, staff, and fans of the Mexican National Team and Guatemala National Team.”

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