Introduction to Mexico Soccer
In Mexico, soccer started developing in different regions of the country, with the first form of a championship organized the First Force, which was a local league consisting of several teams around the Federal District area. Players were semi-professional at this time, at a time that Europe had already promoted the professionalism of football.
With FIFA gaining ground as the international soccer governing organization, Mexico has decided to organize a national organization of its own football in 1927, called the Mexican Federation of Football Association (FMFA), which became a member of the FIFA in 1929, just in time to participate in the inaugural World Cup with the new national soccer team of Mexico.
While attending the first World Cup soccer team of Mexico was not considered a football power at that time, which was confirmed by their lack of results in the skills of the World Cup until 1950. Although the team was now a constant presence in the World Cup, sometimes it was difficult to compete against the powerful European and American nations South and won only one match in five tournaments, against Czechoslovakia in 1962.
But in 1970, in an effort to promote soccer Nationwide and see the importance host an economic World Cup, Mexico has managed to lay hands on the right to organize its first World Cup history. The football team Mexico has managed to reach the quarterfinals on that occasion, which remains its international higher performance to date.
However, would equal the implementation of 16 years and four World Cups later, still in the house floor, where it would organize the 1986 World Cup, considered by many the most entertaining history of football.
Today achieve the quarterfinals of the World Cup is considered more difficult than it was in 70 or 80 years and although the Mexican football has increased significantly, are in major competitions, where against the giants of football in Europe or South America. But the future looks much brighter for soccer in general and for the national team of Mexico, Mexico.
Football Club in the country is now considered one of the richest in the Americas, and clubs to participate in the Copa Libertadores, a competition that is generally accepted that South American clubs.
Several high-quality players have left the Mexican League to more powerful, the most obvious examples are Rafael Marquez and Giovani Dos Santos, who was bought by FC Barcelona and the Spanish are important team members.
With these two players on the team, as well as several other new talent to play in the NHL, the Mexico soccer team seems more difficult than ever and ready to beat their best result in the quarterfinals in the next World Cup in South Africa, 2010.
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