To nobody’s surprise, the first response two NFL teams had to a devastating natural disaster was, “How can we use this tragedy to advance our brand?” For the Tennessee Titans and the Denver Broncos, after this week’s earthquake in Mexico City (donate here), that meant defacing the Mexican flag by slapping an ugly logo…
Soccer leagues around the world held matches for their respective domestic cups today. German, Spanish, and English teams all played, and Mexico’s Copa MX was scheduled to begin its round of 16, but the devastating magnitude 7.1 earthquake that hit southeast of Mexico City has put the day’s matches on hold. Organizers…
Costa Rica got their only goal of the night in tonight’s World Cup qualifying match against Mexico from Marco Ureña, who tied things up with this laser into the corner of the net:
Rafael Márquez, a Mexican national team star and former MLS player, has been sanctioned by the United States government, along with 21 other individuals and more than 40 entities, for allegedly aiding Mexican drug kingpin Raul Flores Hernandez, the U.S. Treasury said today.
Kemar Lawrence’s free kick left Mexican keeper Jose Corona dumbfounded as the 88th-minute goal put the New York Red Bull and his Jamaica side past Mexico and into a Gold Cup final matchup with the United States.
In the 89th minute of the Confederations Cup semifinal between Mexico and Germany, Mexico substitute Marco Fabián, while standing midway between the halfway line and the penalty box, received a pass off a free kick, stepped up to the ball, and clobbered the hell out of it.
Mexico beat New Zealand 2-1 in a Confederations Cup match today, but the game wasn’t stress-free for El Tri. Mexico went into halftime down 1-0, and their manager, Juan Carlos Osorio, got into a heated exchange with the New Zealand sideline less than a half hour into the match.
The USMNT used an insane strike from Michael Bradley and some nerve-wracking and occasionally infuriating bus-parking to hold on for a 1-1 draw and snatch a point in World Cup qualifiers tonight in Mexico.
The Pachuca Tuzas were crowned as the first champions of the Liga MX women’s soccer league after beating the Tijuana Xolas 9-1 in the championship game held on Saturday.
Cuauhtemoc Blanco, former Mexican international, former Chicago Fire striker, and current mayor of Cuernavaca, has been accused of ordering a gunman to kill a man at the start of the town’s annual fair on April 6, according to reports.
A professional soccer player for a club in Tijuana, Mexico, called Xoloitzcuintles, was arrested at the U.S. border last week and has been charged with trying to smuggle 48 pounds of methamphetamine in to the U.S, according to court documents.
The Guardian spoke with CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani, who confirmed what has long been speculated: the U.S., Mexico, and Canada plan on submitting a joint bid to host the 2026 World Cup.
Mexican torero Antonio Romero suffered a foot-long laceration of his rectum and anus after being gored by a 1,160-pound bull named Caporal Sunday in Mexico City. A doctor who treated Romero told the press:
Mexico was eliminated from the World Baseball Classic under somewhat murky circumstances earlier this week. They finished 1-2 in their pool, good for a three-way tie with Italy and Venezuela. All three teams finished 1-1 in head-to-head play, so the next tiebreaker, runs allowed per defensive inning, came into play.…
Losing to Mexico by four runs in the bottom of the ninth, Italy didn’t come to mess around. In their first game of the World Baseball Classic, the Italians roughed up Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna by opening their half of the final inning with two runs off of three straight doubles. Then came a costly error…
The manager of a Mexican League baseball team, Francisco “Paquin” Estrada, was reported missing Thursday morning, and then found hours later.
Boomer’s struggling with the idioma local, it seems.
Barely a week after his election and two months from even taking office, President-elect Donald J. Trump is already making America great again by keeping American jobs in America. You know it’s true because he told us so on Twitter! There tonight, Trump bragged of negotiating with Ford to keep a Lincoln plant from…
Since they were first unveiled, I’ve had highly mixed feelings about the design of the 2016 USMNT jerseys, especially the road uniform. Someone at Nike decided the iconic red, white, and blue was passé and needed a black-and-maroon makeover. Why, who knows? The flag, perhaps, just isn’t cool enough.
The United States Men’s National Team lost to Mexico 2-1 in Columbus, Ohio, tonight, its first loss in World Cup qualifying on home soil since 2001. It was the fifth straight World Cup qualifying cycle the U.S. has opted to take on Mexico in Columbus, and the first time they didn’t win 2-0. Dos a cero is finally dead.