México, road to the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar
|Dates||2018 – 2021|
México, road to the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, is the process in which México competes for their bid at the World Cup in the Asian country. This lengthy project includes the Major, U-23 (Olympic), U-21, U-20 and the U-17.
After the journey ended in Samara against Seleção in the Round of 16 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the senior team had three FIFA dates left before the end of the year. The Six matches started on September 7, El Tri returned to the field, NRG Stadium in Houston against Uruguay. Four days later, Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Mexico played against El Equipo de Todos. October 11th, Mexico played Los Ticos in San Nicolás de los Garza and La Roja on the 16th in Santiago de Querétaro. To end the 2018 year, Mexico played back to back games in Argentina against CONMEBOL side La Albiceleste. Mario Alberto Kempes in Córdoba and the Malvinas Argentinas in Mendoza were the scenery for the CONCACAF-CONMEBOL clash, both games ending 2-0 in favor of the locals.
The U-21 had a dissapointing participation at the 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games. Losing their first two games against Venezuela and El Salvador before ending their participation with a 1-1 draw against Haiti.
For 2019, the calendar could alter due to the start of El Tri participation in the new CONCACAF Nations League. El Tri would be presented after the qualifying phase that started in September 2018 and ended in March 2019. The selection would play its first match of this tournament passing the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup, that is, in the second half of the year. Mexico was conformed for League A after being one of six participants of the Hex.
|2019||CONCACAF Gold Cup||United States, Costa Rica, and Caribbean venue TBC||TBD|
|2019 (Group stage)||CONCACAF Nations League||CONCACAF||TBD|
|2020 (Finals)||CONCACAF Nations League||CONCACAF||TBD|
|2019||CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying Tournament||TBD||TBD|
|2018||Central American and Caribbean Games||Colombia||Group stage|
|2019||FIFA U-20 World Cup||Poland||TBD|
|2019||CONCACAF Under-17 Championship||United States||TBD|
|2019||FIFA U-17 World Cup||Brazil||TBD|
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