The Mexican Men’s National Team is headed to the Golden State for two matches against top South American competition this September ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar as part of the “MexTour Sendoff Series” that will also include fan and media-facing events such as Media Day, a fan appreciation day, and other festivities.

The Federación Mexicana de Fútbol (FMF) and Soccer United Marketing (SUM) today announced that Mexico will take-on the national team of Peru on Saturday, September 24, at Pasadena’s legendary Rose Bowl – site of the 1994 Men’s and 1999 Women’s FIFA World Cup Finals. The Sendoff Series will continue in the Bay Area on Tuesday, September 27, when Mexico faces the Colombian National Team at Santa Clara’s Levi’s® Stadium, home of the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers and a venue for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. This will be the last opportunity for Mexico fans to see their team play in the U.S. prior to the FIFA 2022 World Cup.

FMF additionally announced today that Mexico will travel to Europe just prior to the World Cup to take-on Sweden on Wednesday, November 16, at Montilivi Stadium in Girona, Catalonia, Spain. Additional information about that match is available by visiting

Tickets for the two U.S. MexTour Sendoff Matches will go on sale via on Thursday, July 7, at 10 a.m. PT. Seats for the previously announced August 31 match in Atlanta against Paraguay are already available.

In addition to the matches in California, a sendoff celebration throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area will feature a week of events for fans and media, which will include an open training session, special musical acts, community events, legend appearances, and a Media Day.  Additional details on the events will be announced at a later time.   

Fans are encouraged to pre-register for future MexTour ticket information – and the opportunity to have first access to purchase limited ticket inventory – by visiting, 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,, featuring the latest team gear, including jerseys, official team merchandise and more. Information regarding ticket sales will be available closer to the events. 

History of Mexico v. Peru

  • Total matches:    28
  • Record:              11 W, 8 D, 9 L
  • Goals:                 Mexico 37, Peru 32
  • Last match:        1-1; March 6, 2015, in Lima, Peru

History of Mexico v. Colombia

  • Total matches: 29
  • Record: 12 W, 10 D, 7 L
  • Goals: Mexico 31, Colombia 22
  • Last match: 0-2 L, Feb. 29, 2012, Miami, FL

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