Ticket Down is a reputable source of Mexico vs. Argentina tickets at AT&T Stadium. The third ranked soccer team in the world will travel north from South America on September 8 to take on the 23rd ranked team in the world. Argentina, led by Lionel Messi, will take on Mexico, led by Rafael Marquez, in this international friendly match that will bring fans of both teams to the popular football venue in Arlington, TX, AT&T Stadium. These two teams compete on American soil often and those matches are usually major hits with the fans and currently this match is the final scheduled match of the year for both national teams.
The Argentinean national soccer team dropped one spot in the latest FIFA/Coca Cola rankings but the fact remains that they are one of the best teams in the sport today. They haven’t done much to drop in the world rankings but the team that leap-frogged them, Belgium, has just been that good. Throughout the first part of 2015, Argentina is 3-0-1 with wins against Bolivia, Ecuador, and El Salvador, and a draw against Paraguay. The draw came in the opening match of the 2015 Copa America tournament. They will look to rebound in the tournament and have a solid finish prior to this much anticipated match with Mexico.
Mexico is one of the busiest men’s national soccer teams in the world this year and has already competed in seven matches as of press time. They are 3-2-2 through these games with wins against Ecuador, Paraguay, and Guatemala, losses to the United States and Brazil, and draws against Peru and Bolivia. The latter draw came in the opening match of the 2015 Copa America tournament and before stepping onto the pitch against Argentina will also compete in the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament. They will compete on American soil at least six more times this year including their match with the Messi-led team.
AT&T Stadium is one of the top venues in the world, let alone American sports. The building originally opened to the public in 2009 and has been the site to many memorable sporting and entertainment events. It hosted the National Basketball Association All Star weekend festivities in 2010 and also hosted the Manny Pacquiao vs. Joshua Clottey fight the same year. The venue has also hosted numerous soccer matches including those from the CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament in 2009, 2011, and 2013, plus the 2011 World Football Challenge.
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