The Mexico national football team have a long history in FIFA world cup finals tournaments. They have qualified for 15 in total and featured at every one since 1994. The team’s best performance was making it to the quarter-finals in both 1970 and 1986 when the tournament was held in Mexico. Statistically they are the most successful team in their qualifying region and they regularly take part in the Copa America as well.
The Mexico national football team’s home stadium has a long and impressive history. Called The Esadio Azteca, or Aztec Stadium in English, it is also home to Mexican club team Club America. It has a capacity of 105,000 and is the largest stadium in the Americas and the third largest football stadium in the world. It is the only stadium in the world that has hosted two world cup finals , it is where Pele won his last world cup, and where Maradona’s infamous ‘Hand of God‘ occurred.