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Busy summer will provide opportunity for young Mexican players

The Mexican national team played 15 games last year. It could play as many as 17 in a 60-day span beginning late next month, a jam-packed schedule that includes four friendlies, two World Cup..
L.A. Times

CONCACAF mulls League of Nations but doesn't want to lose USA-Mexico qualifiers

concacaf mulls league of nations but doesn't want to lose usa-mexico qualifiers
CONCACAF could adopt the League of Nations competition that UEFA is moving to after World Cup 2018.
FOX Sports Also reported by •SI.com

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News video: Debunked: Sex Before a Big Game is a Bad Idea

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As athletes, we've heard it time and time again...sex before a big game is bad for you. Veuer's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) debunks that myth.
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News video: The 2026 World Cup Might Be Hosted By Three Different Countries

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The 2026 World Cup Might Be Hosted By Three Different Countries Not since 2002 have multiple nations hosted the World Cup. South Korea and Japan hosted together that year. For 2026 (9 years away)..
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News video: FIFA Bids Are Placed

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The bid for the World Cup is set to be held in Mexico, the U.S., and Canada. But, due to the diplomatic conflicts between the U.S. and Mexico, an agreement will be signed so that the project can be..
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News video: Thinkin' Continental: U.S., Mexico, Canada to Make Joint Bid for World Cup

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Teamwork makes the world cup dream work. According to NBC news, The United States, Mexico and Canada expected to announce a joint bid for the 2026 World Cup on Monday. The Confederation of North and..
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North American bid for 2026 World Cup backed by Oceania

The United States, Canada and Mexico bid to co-host the 2026 World Cup is supported by the 11-nation Oceania soccer confederation.
Denver Post

A NAFTA World Cup? Just the thing to improve relations

Mexico and the United States enjoy one of the most important bilateral relationships in the world today, with profound implications for the prosperity, well-being and security of both nations. No..
L.A. Times

U.S. soccer team to train at altitude to prepare for World Cup qualifier in Mexico City

With the U.S. national team's World Cup qualifier in Mexico two months away, two subtexts have surfaced: altitude and politics.
Denver Post

Bruce Arena thinks U.S. could win 2026 World Cup

The U.S. Soccer Federation announced this week it intends to bid jointly to host the 2026 tournament with Mexico and Canada. Sixty matches would be in the U.S., with 10 each in the other countries.
Denver Post

Diego Maradona & the Hand of God: The most infamous goal in World Cup history

diego maradona & the hand of god: the most infamous goal in world cup history
Argentina's World Cup quarter-final against England in Mexico in 1986 became one of the most famous games in football history thanks to one man

Maryland hopes to be part of U.S. bid to host 2026 FIFA World Cup

The U.S. said this week it will submit a bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup alongside Mexico and Canada, and the Washington-Baltimore region is hoping to be part of those plans. Terry Hasseltine,..

‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: NYCFC Experiment In DC Doesn’t Work Out

The guys also look ahead to the next match in Philadelphia and discuss the unified World Cup bid by the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

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