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Few would doubt that soccer is the simplest but one of the most thrilling games in the world today. In one form or the other, soccer is played in every country of the world irrespective of ethnicity or religion. The simplicity, high thrill and energy of soccer have rendered it amongst the most popular sports in the world today. No wonder, soccer matches draw thousands of football enthusiasts to the grounds and keep billion others affixed to their TV screens. Soccer is at its enthralling best when top teams are playing each other in thrilling contests such as Mexico vs. New Zealand. Both teams represent professionalism of the highest form and have already been involved in quite a few exciting clashes. Both teams boast a rich and glorious history and successes at World Cups.
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Soccer in Mexico traces a century long history when the game was organized in the country by European immigrant groups and exiles from Spanish civil war. Mexico’s first ever soccer series was played in December, 1923 and since then the Team Mexico has emerged as the most successful team in Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football region (CONCACAF) being the only outfit from this region to win an official FIFA recognized title. Mexico has won a FIFA Confederations Cup, 5 CONCACAF Gold Cups, 8 CONCACAF championships, 2 NAFC Championships and one North American Nations Cup. Having qualified for fourteen World Cups and doing it consecutively since 1994, Mexico's best performances have been in the 1970 and 1986 FIFA World Cups when the team reached Quarterfinals on their home soil.
As long a history as team Mexico boasts, the Team New Zealand also traces a rich history dating back early twentieth century. New Zealand made its international soccer debut in July, 1904 at Caledonian Ground, Dunedin. The Team New Zealand, also called All Whites, qualified for the 1982 and 2010 FIFA World Cups. The 2010 All Whites team is one out of only eight in the long history of FIFA World Cup to remain unbeaten throughout the competition without ending up winning the cup. Apart from sporadic World Cup heroics, New Zealand is a four-time winner of the OFC Nations Cup. Many leading New Zealand players play for European, American and Australian clubs due to lack of professional clubs in the country.
New Zealand and Mexico played against each other recently in an international friendly match held on March 03, 2010 at Rose Bowl, California. The match attracted massive crowd of over 70,000 spectators and was a hard-fought contest. Mexico emerged as the winner with a scoreline of 2-0. The thrill of watching both teams clash heads-on with each other is unparalleled. No wonder, Mexico vs. New Zealand tickets have always been cherished by football aficionados. It isn’t a good idea to miss such an action-packed game, so secure Mexico vs. New Zealand tickets in advance for the best seats.
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