Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 06, 2015
International soccer powerhouses, Mexico and Argentina, will collide from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX on September 8. Currently third ranked Argentina will meet the 23rd ranked Mexican national soccer team in front of what will be a packed house that is usually filled to the rafters with fans of the Dallas Cowboys. This change of pace for the stadium is one that it is quite familiar since this popular sports destination has already hosted numerous other international and club soccer matches.
This match will come after what will be a busy spring and summer season as both teams will be competing in the 2015 Copa America, which is being held this month, and for Mexico, this friendly matchup comes more than a month following the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament. Both teams have talented rosters that will give the fans their money’s worth and fans will be excited to see two of the very best soccer teams of all time competing in front of them.
Between now and the time these two teams step onto the pitch together to compete in this international friendly, both nations would have had plenty of time to develop their best lineup and strategy. For Mexico, competing in two major events this year after an impressive run at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil will be a true test of what they can do on the big stage. This match will be as big as it gets for them as FIFA ranks Argentina as the third best team in the world.
Argentina has long been considered a perennial championship soccer team and with stars like Lionel Messi, Javier Mascherano, Sergio Aguero, and Sergio Romero, they will always be in the discussion. This match will pose a fun and exciting matchup on the pitch for fans of both squads and of the sport in general. With American fans getting more into the sport each year, a match like this will surely help increase its popularity further.
AT&T Stadium originally opened its doors in 2009 and has been the site of countless high profile events in both sports and entertainment. Boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao fought Joshua Clottey here in 2010 while the National Basketball Association brought their All Star weekend festivities to the city the same year. Other notable events that have been held here include college football games including the 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship, and soccer matches featuring Brazil, United States, Mexico, Chelsea FC, and FC Barcelona.
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