Soccer World Cup 2010

 

Mexico : 2010 Soccer World Cup

Coach

In November 2006, Hugo Sanchez was chosen as Mexico's coach. Sanchez, who is also a licensed dentist, will begin coaching on the 1st January his first test will be in February 2007 against the United States.

"I want to raise the national team's profile. My mentality forces me to say that we want to be world champions, and that means taking on every tournament with that belief, that we must be champions of every tournament. I say this because we have the quality and the talent to do it, and we have to work well amongst us to realize that objective." Sanchez, November 2006.

Soccer World Cup record
2010
 
2006

Placed in Group D, with Iran, Angola and Portugal.

2002

Eliminated after 2nd round

1998

Eliminated after 2nd round

1994

Eliminated after 2nd round

1986

Eliminated in Quarter-finals

1978

Eliminated after 1st round

1970

Eliminated in Quarter-finals

1966

Eliminated after 1st round

1962

Eliminated after 1st round

1958

Eliminated after 1st round

1954

Eliminated after 1st round

1950

Eliminated after 1st round

1930

Eliminated after 1st round

Colours

Green/white/red, 2nd colours are white/red/white

Sponsors

On the 11th October 2006, Adidas and the Mexican Football Federation announced that they have entered a long-term partnership until 2014. Adidas will supply all Mexican national teams including the U-17 team, the current FIFA World Champions in their category. Twenty years after the Soccer World Cup in Mexico, where adidas was the official partner of the Mexican national team, both partners will work together again in order to promote football on all levels.

Mexican Soccer links

Mexican Football Federation (Spanish)

Wikipedia: Mexican National Football team

Reference

11 Oct 2006

Mexico : FMF & adidas announce sponsorship deal

 

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