Mexico vs Ecuador Tickets

The two giants of soccer, Mexico and Ecuador are at it again! Yes they are playing against each other once again. While Mexico has had an upper hand in the previous games and generally considered to be a stronger team, yet Ecuador is no less talented and this time around it is her opportunity to settle all previous scores, for once and for all.

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About Mexico vs Ecuador

The Mexican national soccer team is ranked 12th in the World Football Elo Ratings. It is ranked 27th in the FIFA World Rankings. The team’s head coach is Jose Manuel de la Torre. Their home stadium is Estadio Azteca (Aztec Stadium). Mexico has been consecutively qualifying for the World Cups since 1994 and to date has qualified for fourteen Cups. When the World Cup was hosted in Mexico in 1970 and 1986, it reached quarterfinals on both occasions.
Out of all the CONCACAF region teams, Mexico has been the most successful. Mexico has won one FIFA Confederations Cup (1999), one North American Nations Cup (1991), eight CONCACAF championships (1965, 1971, 1977), which include five CONCACAF Gold Cups (1993, 1996, 1998, 2003, 2009), and two NAFC Championships (1947, 1949). Mexico was also for the first time invited to compete in Copa America when it was held in Ecuador in 1993. Ever since, Mexico has been runners up twice (1993, 2001), while achieving the third place on three occasions (1997, 1999, 2007) in Copa America.
Top 10 goal scorers for Mexico have been: Jared Borgetti, Cuauhtemoc Blanco, Carlos Hermosillo, Luis Hernandez, Enrique Borja, Luis Roberto Alves, Luis Flores, Luis Garcia, Hugo Sanchez and Benjamin Galindo.
Mexico national team’s uniform represents the three colors of the Mexican national flag, Green, White and Red. Ever since 2009, two red trims have been added to the shirt near the shoulders. When the team is playing away from home, the uniform changes to all black with red trim.
The team’s stadium is located in Mexico City. It was built in 1960s and can accommodate up to 105,000 people, making it the largest soccer stadium in the Americas and the third largest in the world for soccer. Argentinean legend Diego Maradona scored his famous “Hand of God goal” in this stadium, during Argentina and England quarter-final, held in 1986. It also has the unique honor of hosting two FIFA World Cup Finals in 1970 and 1986. It was here at the Aztec Stadium in 1970 that Pele won his last championship for Brazil. The “Game of the Century”, too, was played here between Italy and West Germany
Ecuador’s national soccer team is ranked 24th in the FIFA World Rankings and rated 36th in the World Football Elo Ratings. Ecuador has qualified twice for FIFAWorld Cups in 2002 and 2006. The team’s best performance so far has been to qualify for Round of 16 in 2006 FIFA World Cup. Although the team has not yet won the Copa America, it stood fourth in 1959 and 1993, when the Cup was hosted by Ecuador.  
Reinaldo Rueda is the team’s head coach and the team plays its official home matches at Estadio Olimpico Atahualpa, which is located in Quito. The stadium has a capacity of 45,000 seats. The team has a tri-color uniform with Yellow, Blue and Red being the principal colors with Blue and White as alternate colors.
Notable players, who have played at least 50 or more games and have scored at least 10 or more goals are: Walter Ayovi (captain of the national team), Marlon Ayovi, Christian Benitez, Jose Francisco Cevallos, Ulises de la Cruz, Giovanny Espinoza, Ivan Hurtado, Edison Mendez, Carlos Tenorio and many more.
One look at the general statistics of Copa America and there is not much difference between the two teams. Mexico is ranked 9th while Ecuador is ranked 10th. This would make the up coming game between the two very talented sides even more interesting! Be a part of this very interesting game by buying Mexico vs. Ecuador Tickets now!

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