Mexico national football team schedule and results

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2007[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss

Friendly matches[edit]

February 7, 2007
United States  2 – 0  Mexico
Conrad Goal 52'
Donovan Goal 90'
Report
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, United States
Attendance: 64,462
Referee: Mauricio Navarro (Canada)

February 28, 2007
Mexico  3 – 1  Venezuela
Guardado Goal 25'
Arce Goal 34'
Blanco Goal 47'
Report Arismendi Goal 82'
Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, United States
Attendance: 63,328[1]
Referee: Kevin Stott (United States)

March 25, 2007
Mexico  2 – 1  Paraguay
Borgetti Goal 78'81' (Report) Santa Cruz Goal 90'

March 28, 2007
Ecuador  2 – 4  Mexico
Tenorio Goal 43'
Espinoza Goal 56'
(Report) Palencia Goal 1'
Márquez Goal 73'
Bravo Goal 84'
Bautista Goal 87'
McAfee Coliseum, Oakland, United States
Attendance: 47,416[1]
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (United States)

June 2, 2007
Mexico  4 – 0  Iran
Borgetti Goal 2'
Lozano Goal 27'
Fonseca Goal 80'
Torrado Goal 85'
(Report)


August 22, 2007
Mexico  0 – 1  Colombia
(Report) Castrillón Goal 51'
Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City, United States
Attendance: 17,737[2]
Referee: Kevin Stott (United States)

September 9, 2007
Mexico  1 – 0[note 1]  Panama
Baloy Goal 38' (o.g.) (Report)

September 12, 2007
Brazil  3 – 1  Mexico
Kléber Goal 44'
Kaká Goal 80'
Alves Goal 86'
(Report) Cacho Goal 42'
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, United States
Attendance: 67,584[3]
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (United States)

October 14, 2007
Mexico  2 – 2  Nigeria
Cacho Goal 54'68' (pen.) (Report) Martins Goal 32'52'

October 17, 2007
Mexico  2 – 3  Guatemala
Vela Goal 30'
Villaluz Goal 31'
(Report) Gómez Goal 5'
Ávila Goal 64'73'
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, United States
Attendance: 42,349[4]
Referee: Ricardo Salazar (United States)

2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup[edit]

June 8, 2007
Mexico  2 – 1  Cuba
Borgetti Goal 38'
Castillo Goal 56'
(Report) Alcántara Goal 23'
Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, United States
Attendance: 20,230
Referee: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador)

June 10, 2007
Honduras  2 – 1  Mexico
Costly Goal 60'90' (Report) Blanco Goal 29' (pen.)
Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, United States
Attendance: 68,123
Referee: Walter Quesada (Costa Rica)

June 13, 2007
Mexico  1 – 0  Panama
Salcido Goal 60' (Report)
Reliant Stadium, Houston, United States
Attendance: 68,417
Referee: Carlos Batres (Guatemala)

June 17, 2007
Mexico  1 – 0 (a.e.t.)  Costa Rica
Borgetti Goal 97' (Report)
Reliant Stadium, Houston, United States
Attendance: 70,092
Referee: Terry Vaughn (United States)

June 21, 2007
Mexico  1 – 0  Guadeloupe
Pardo Goal 70' (Report)
Soldier Field, Chicago, United States
Attendance: 50,760
Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama)

June 24, 2007
United States  2 – 1  Mexico
Donovan Goal 62' (pen.)
Feilhaber Goal 73'
(Report) Guardado Goal 44'
Soldier Field, Chicago, United States
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Carlos Batres (Guatemala)

2007 Copa América[edit]

June 27, 2007
Brazil  0 – 2  Mexico
(Report) Castillo Goal 24'
Morales Goal 29'
Polideportivo Cachamay, Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Sergio Pezzotta (Argentina)

July 1, 2007
Mexico  2 – 1  Ecuador
Castillo Goal 22'
Bravo Goal 80'
(Report) Méndez Goal 85'

July 4, 2007
Mexico  0 – 0  Chile
(Report)

July 8, 2007
Mexico  6 – 0  Paraguay
Castillo Goal 5' (pen.)39'
Torrado Goal 27'
Arce Goal 79'
Blanco Goal 86' (pen.)
Bravo Goal 90'
(Report)
Estadio Monumental de Maturín, Maturín, Venezuela
Attendance: 52,000
Referee: Sergio Pezzotta (Argentina)

July 11, 2007
Mexico  0 – 3  Argentina
(Report) Heinze Goal 45'
Messi Goal 61'
Riquelme Goal 65' (pen.)

July 14, 2007
Uruguay  1 – 3  Mexico
Abreu Goal 22' (Report) Blanco Goal 36' (pen.)
Bravo Goal 68'
Guardado Goal 76'
Olímpico, Venezuela
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Mauricio Reinoso (Ecuador)

2008[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

February 6, 2008
United States  2– 2  Mexico
Onyewu Goal 29'
Altidore Goal 39'
(Report) Magallón Goal 34'47'
Reliant Stadium, Houston, United States
Attendance: 70,103[5]
Referee: Carlos Batres (Guatemala)

March 26, 2008
Ghana  1 – 2  Mexico
Essien Goal 55' (Report) Salcido Goal 77'
Pardo Goal 86' (pen.)
Craven Cottage, London, England
Referee: Rob Styles (England)

April 16, 2008
Mexico  1 – 0  China PR
Villaluz Goal 14' (Report)
Qwest Field, Seattle, United States
Attendance: 56,416[6]
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (United States)

June 4, 2008
Mexico  1 – 4  Argentina
Sinha Goal 62' (Report) Burdisso Goal 11'
Messi Goal 18'
Rodríguez Goal 29'
Agüero Goal 70'
Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, United States
Attendance: 68,498[7]
Referee: Mauricio Navarro (Canada)

June 8, 2008
Mexico  4 – 0  Peru
Arce Goal 5'28'
Guardado Goal 8'
Vela Goal 21'
(Report)
Soldier Field, Chicago, United States
Attendance: 33,608[8]
Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)

September 24, 2008
Mexico  0 – 1  Chile
(Report) Valenzuela Goal 75' (o.g.)
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, United States
Attendance: 32,924[9]
Referee: Kevin Stott (United States)

November 12, 2008
Mexico  2 – 1  Ecuador
López Goal 50'
Vuoso Goal 90+3'
(Report) Mina Goal 8'
Chase Field, Phoenix, United States
Referee: Alex Prus (United States)

2010 FIFA World Cup qualification second round[edit]


June 15, 2008
15:30 UTC-5
Belize  0 – 2  Mexico
(Report) Vela Goal 66'
Borgetti Goal 90+2' (pen.)
Reliant Stadium, Houston (United States)[note 2]
Attendance: 50,137
Referee: Javier Santillán (Netherlands Antilles)

June 21, 2008
Mexico  7 – 0  Belize
Vela Goal 7'
Guardado Goal 33'
Arce Goal 45+1'48'
Borgetti Goal 62'90+4'
Lennen Goal 90+2' (o.g.)
(Report)

2010 FIFA World Cup qualification third round[edit]

August 20, 2008
Mexico  2 – 1  Honduras
Pardo Goal 73'75' (Report) de León Goal 36'
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 81,100
Referee: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador)

September 6, 2008
Mexico  3 – 0  Jamaica
Guardado Goal 3'
Arce Goal 33'
Magallón Goal 63'
(Report)
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico[note 3]
Attendance: 96,000
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (United States)

September 10, 2008
Mexico  2 – 1  Canada
Bravo Goal 59'
Márquez Goal 73'
(Report) Gerba Goal 78'
Estadio Víctor Manuel Reyna, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico
Attendance: 26,900
Referee: Neal Brizan (Trinidad and Tobago)

October 11, 2008
Jamaica  1 – 0  Mexico
Fuller Goal 34' (Report)
Independence Park, Kingston, Jamaica[note 3]
Attendance: 27,000
Referee: Walter Quesada (Costa Rica)

October 15, 2008
Canada  2 – 2  Mexico
Gerba Goal 13'
Radzinski Goal 50'
(Report) Salcido Goal 35'
Vuoso Goal 64'
Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Canada
Attendance: 14,145
Referee: Enrico Wijngaarde (Suriname)

November 19, 2008
Honduras  1 – 0  Mexico
Osorio Goal 52' (o.g.) (Report)

2009[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

January 28, 2009
Mexico  0 – 1  Sweden
(Report) Farnerud Goal 57'
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, United States
Attendance: 46,550[12]
Referee: Paul Ward (Canada)

March 11, 2009
Mexico  5 – 1  Bolivia
Vuoso Goal 24'58'
LeandroGoal 32'
Santana Goal 72' (pen.)
Cárdenas Goal 85'
(Report) Torrico Goal 68'
Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City, United States
Attendance: 18,296[13]
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (United States)

June 24, 2009
Mexico  4 – 0  Venezuela
Vela Goal 45'
dos Santos Goal 48'50'
Arellano Goal 72'
(Report)
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, United States
Attendance: 51,115[14]
Referee: Terry Vaughn (United States)

June 28, 2009
Mexico  0 – 0  Guatemala
(Report)
Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, United States
Attendance: 30,624[15]
Referee: Mauricio Navarro (Canada)

September 30, 2009
Mexico  1 – 2  Colombia
Aguilar Goal 90' {Report} Moreno Goal 45'
Quintero Goal 81'
Cotton Bowl, Dallas, United States
Attendance: 51,012[16]
Referee: Ricardo Salazar (United States)

2010 FIFA World Cup qualification fourth round[edit]

February 11, 2009
United States  2 – 0  Mexico
Bradley Goal 43'90+2' (Report)
Columbus Crew Stadium, Columbus, United States
Attendance: 23,776
Referee: Carlos Batres (Guatemala)

March 28, 2009
Mexico  2 – 0  Costa Rica
Bravo Goal 20'
Pardo Goal 52' (pen.)
{Report}

April 1, 2009
Honduras  3 – 1  Mexico
Costly Goal 17'79'
Pavón Goal 43'
{Report} Castillo Goal 82' (pen.)
Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Paul Ward (Canada)

June 6, 2009
El Salvador  2 – 1  Mexico
Martínez Goal 11'
Quintanilla Goal 86' (pen.)
(Report) Blanco Goal 71' (pen.)
Estadio Cuscatlán, San Salvador, El Salvador
Attendance: 33,000
Referee: Walter Quesada (Costa Rica)

June 10, 2009
Mexico  2 – 1  Trinidad and Tobago
Franco Goal 1'
Rojas Goal 48'
{Report} Tinto Goal 45+1'
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 92,000
Referee: José Pineda (Honduras)

August 12, 2009
Mexico  2 – 1  United States
Castro Goal 19'
Sabah Goal 82'
{Report} Davies Goal 9'
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 104,499
Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama)

September 5, 2009
Costa Rica  0 – 3  Mexico
{Report} dos Santos Goal 45+1'
Franco Goal 62'
Guardado Goal 71'

September 9, 2009
Mexico  1 – 0  Honduras
Blanco Goal 76' (pen.) {Report}
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 97,897
Referee: Courtney Campbell (Jamaica)

October 10, 2009
Mexico  4 – 1  El Salvador
González Goal 25' (o.g.)
Blanco Goal 71'
Palencia Goal 85'
Vela Goal 90'
{Report} Martínez Goal 89'
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 104,000
Referee: Carlos Batres (Guatemala)

October 14, 2009
Trinidad and Tobago  2 – 2  Mexico
Baptiste Goal 23' (pen.)61' {Report} Esqueda Goal 57'
Salcido Goal 65'
Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Walter Quesada (Costa Rica)

2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup[edit]

July 5, 2009
Nicaragua  0 – 2  Mexico
(Report) Noriega Goal 45' (pen.)
Barrera Goal 86'
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, United States
Attendance: 32,700
Referee: Paul Ward (Canada)

July 9, 2009
Mexico  1 – 1  Panama
Sabah Goal 10' {Report} Pérez Goal 29'
Reliant Stadium, Houston, United States
Attendance: 47,713
Referee: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador)

July 12, 2009
Mexico  2 – 0  Guadeloupe
Torrado Goal 42'
Sabah Goal 85'
{Report}
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, United States
Attendance: 23,876
Referee: Neal Brizan (Trinidad and Tobago)

July 19, 2009
Mexico  4 – 0  Haiti
Sabah Goal 23' Goal 63'
dos Santos Goal 42'
Barerra Goal 83'
(Report)
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, United States
Attendance: 85,000
Referee: Courtney Campbell (Jamaica)

July 21, 2009
15:00 UTC-4
Costa Rica  1 – 1 (a.e.t.)  Mexico
Ledezma Goal 90+3' (Report) Franco Goal 88'
  Penalties  
Saborío Penalty scored
Borges Penalty scored
Ledezma Penalty missed
Oviedo Penalty scored
3 – 5 Penalty scored Franco
Penalty scored dos Santos
Penalty scored Torrado
Penalty scored Juárez
Penalty scored Vela
Soldier Field, Chicago, United States
Attendance: 55,173
Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama)

July 26, 2009
United States  0 – 5  Mexico
(Report) Torrado Goal 56' (pen.)
dos Santos Goal 62'
Vela Goal 68'
J.A. Castro Goal 78'
Franco Goal 90'
Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, United States
Attendance: 79,156
Referee: Courtney Campbell (Jamaica)

2010[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

February 24, 2010
20:00
Mexico  5 – 0  Bolivia
Barrera Goal 2'
J. Hernández Goal 12'20'
Luna Goal 18'
Aguilar Goal 52'
{Report}
Candlestick Park, San Francisco, United States
Attendance: 34,244[17]
Referee: Terry Vaughn (United States)

March 3, 2010
20:00
Mexico  2 – 0  New Zealand
J. Hernández Goal 53'
Vela Goal 57'
{Report}
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, United States
Attendance: 90,526[18]
Referee: Jair Marrufo (United States)

March 17, 2010
21:00
Mexico  2 – 1  North Korea
Blanco Goal 50'
J. Hernández Goal 68'
{Report} Kum-Chol Goal 56'
Estadio Corona, Torreón, Mexico
Attendance: 30,000[19]
Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama)

March 24, 2010
20:00
Mexico  0 – 0  Iceland
{Report}
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, United States
Attendance: 63,227[20]
Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)

May 7, 2010
21:00
Mexico  0 – 0  Ecuador
(Report)
New Meadowlands Stadium, East Rutherford, United States
Attendance: 77,507[21]
Referee: Steven De Piero (Canada)

May 10, 2010
20:00
Mexico  1 – 0  Senegal
Medina Goal 60' (Report)
Soldier Field, Chicago, United States
Attendance: 60,610[22]
Referee: Ricardo Salazar (United States)

May 13, 2010
20:00
Mexico  1 – 0  Angola
Guardado Goal 52' (Report)
Reliant Stadium, Houston, United States
Attendance: 70,099[23]
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (United States)

May 16, 2010
12:00
Mexico  1 – 0  Chile
Medina Goal 13' (Report)
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 95,000[24]
Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)

May 24, 2010
20:00
England  3 – 1  Mexico
King Goal 17'
Crouch Goal 34'
Johnson Goal 47'
(Report) Franco Goal 45'
Wembley Stadium, London, England
Attendance: 88,638[25]
Referee: Masaaki Toma (Japan)

May 26, 2010
20:00
Netherlands  2 – 1  Mexico
van Persie Goal 17'41' (Report) J. Hernández Goal 74'
Dreisamstadion, Freiburg, Germany
Attendance: 22,000[26]
Referee: Manuel Graefe (Germany)

May 30, 2010
17:30
Mexico  5 – 1  Gambia
J. Hernández Goal 17'50'
Bautista Goal 58'73'
Medina Goal 80'
(Report) Sohna Goal 65'

June 3, 2010
19:00
Italy  1 – 2  Mexico
Bonucci Goal 89' (Report) Vela Goal 17'
Medina Goal 84'
King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels, Belgium
Attendance: 30,000[27]
Referee: Johan Verbist (Belgium)

August 11, 2010
15:00
Mexico  1 – 1  Spain
J. Hernández Goal 12' (Report) Silva Goal 90'
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 105,000
Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama)

September 4, 2010
20:00
Mexico  1 – 2  Ecuador
Checa Goal 40' (o.g.) Report Benítez Goal 1'
Ayoví Goal 58'
Estadio Omnilife, Zapopan, Mexico
Referee: Walter Quesada (Costa Rica)

September 7, 2010
21:00
Mexico  1 – 0  Colombia
E. Hernández Goal 89' Report

2010 FIFA World Cup[edit]

June 11, 2010
16:00
South Africa  1 – 1  Mexico
Tshabalala Goal 55' Report Márquez Goal 79'

June 17, 2010
20:30
France  0 – 2  Mexico
Report J. Hernández Goal 64'
Blanco Goal 79' (pen.)

June 22, 2010
16:00
Mexico  0 – 1  Uruguay
Report Suárez Goal 43'

June 27, 2010
20:30
Argentina  3 – 1  Mexico
Tévez Goal 26'52'
Higuaín Goal 33'
Report J. Hernández Goal 71'

2011[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

February 9, 2011
20:00
Mexico  2 – 0  Bosnia-Herzegovina
Hernández Goal 48'
Pacheco Goal 55'
Report
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, United States
Attendance: 50,507[29]
Referee: Jair Marrufo (United States)

March 26, 2011
14:00
Mexico  3 – 1  Paraguay
Hernández Goal 7'34'
Guardado Goal 28'
Report Riveros Goal 86'
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, United States
Attendance: 48,110[30]
Referee: Paul Ward (Canada)

March 29, 2011
20:00
Mexico  1 – 1  Venezuela
de Nigris Goal 58' Report Vizcarrondo Goal 73'
Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, United States
Attendance: 60,808[31]
Referee: Ricardo Salazar (United States)

May 28, 2011
13:00
Mexico  1 – 1  Ecuador
Torres Nilo Goal 7' Report Arroyo Goal 37'
Qwest Field, Seattle, United States
Attendance: 50,305[32]
Referee: Edvin Jurisevic (United States)

June 1, 2011
20:00
Mexico  3 – 0  New Zealand
dos Santos Goal 22'30'
de Nigris Goal 43'
Report
Invesco Field at Mile High, Denver, United States
Attendance: 45,401[33]
Referee: Terry Vaughn (United States)

August 11, 2011
21:00
United States  1 – 1  Mexico
Rogers Goal 73' Report Peralta Goal 17'
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, United States
Referee: Raymond Bogle (Jamaica)

September 2, 2011
20:30
Poland  1 – 1  Mexico
Brożek Goal 26' Report J. Hernández Goal 34'
Pepsi Arena, Warsaw, Poland
Referee: Alexandru Deaconu (Romania)

September 4, 2011
21:00
Mexico  1 – 0  Chile
Guardado Goal 78' Report

October 11, 2011
20:30
Mexico  1 – 2  Brazil
David Luiz Goal 10' (o.g.) Report Ronaldinho Goal 79'
Marcelo Goal 84'
Estadio Corona, Torreón, México
Referee: Marlon Mejía (El Salvador)

November 11, 2011
20:10
Mexico  2 – 0  Serbia
Salcido Goal 2'
Hernández Goal 88' (pen.)
Report
Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro, México
Referee: Walter López (Guatemala)

2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup[edit]

June 5, 2011
19:00
Mexico  5 – 0  El Salvador
Juárez Goal 55'
de Nigris Goal 58'
J. Hernández Goal 60'67'90+3' (pen.)
Report
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington
Attendance: 80,108
Referee: Enrico Wijngaarde (Suriname)

June 9, 2011
21:00
Cuba  0 – 5  Mexico
Report J. Hernández Goal 35'76'
dos Santos Goal 63'68'
de Nigris Goal 65'
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, United States
Attendance: 46,012
Referee: Courtney Campbell (Jamaica)

June 12, 2011
20:00 (19:00 UTC−5)
Mexico  4 – 1  Costa Rica
Márquez Goal 17'
Guardado Goal 19'26'
Barrera Goal 38'
Report Ureña Goal 69'
Soldier Field, Chicago, United States
Attendance: 62,000
Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama)

June 18, 2011
20:00
Mexico  2 – 1  Guatemala
de Nigris Goal 48'
J. Hernández Goal 66'
Report Ruiz Goal 5'
New Meadowlands Stadium, East Rutherford, United States
Attendance: 78,807
Referee: Courtney Campbell (Jamaica)

June 22, 2011
22:00 (21:00 UTC−5)
Honduras  0 – 2 (a.e.t.)  Mexico
Report de Nigris Goal 93'
J. Hernández Goal 99'
Reliant Stadium, Houston
Attendance: 70,627
Referee: Walter López (Guatemala)

June 25, 2011
18:00
United States  2 – 4  Mexico
Bradley Goal 8'
Donovan Goal 23'
Report Barrera Goal 29'49'
Guardado Goal 36'
dos Santos Goal 76'
Rose Bowl, Pasadena
Attendance: 93,420
Referee: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador)

2011 Copa América[edit]

July 4, 2011
19:15
Chile  2 – 1  Mexico
Paredes Goal 66'
Vidal Goal 72'
Report Araujo Goal 40'


2012[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

January 25, 2012
20:00
Mexico  3 – 1  Venezuela
Salcido Goal 68'
Márquez Lugo Goal 88'
Peralta Goal 89'
Report Greco Goal 51'
Reliant Stadium, Houston, United States
Attendance: 40,128[34]
Referee: Edvin Jurisevic (United States)

February 29, 2012
20:00
Mexico  0 – 2  Colombia
Report Falcao Goal 36'
Cuadrado Goal 59'
Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, United States
Attendance: 51,615[35]
Referee: Terry Vaughn (United States)

May 27, 2012
15:00
Mexico  2 – 0  Wales
de Nigris Goal 43'88' Report

May 31, 2012
20:00
Mexico  2 – 1  Bosnia-Herzegovina
dos Santos Goal 6'
Hernández Goal 90+2'
Report Džeko Goal 29'
Soldier Field, Chicago, United States
Attendance: 51,240[36]
Referee: Terry Vaughn (United States)

June 3, 2012
14:30
Mexico  2 – 0  Brazil
dos Santos Goal 21'
Hernández Goal 32'
Report
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, United States
Attendance: 84,516[37]
Referee: Silviu Petrescu (Canada)

August 15, 2012
19:00
Mexico  0 – 1  United States
Report Orozco Goal 79'

2014 FIFA World Cup qualification Third Round[edit]

8 June 2012
19:00 UTC−5
Mexico  3 – 1  Guyana
Salcido Goal 11'
dos Santos Goal 15'
Hernández Goal 51'
Report Moreno Goal 62' (o.g.)
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City
Attendance: 80,401
Referee: Javier Santos (Puerto Rico)

12 June 2012
19:33 UTC−6
El Salvador  1 – 2  Mexico
Pacheco Goal 65' Report Zavala Goal 60'
Moreno Goal 82'
Estadio Cuscatlán, San Salvador
Attendance: 29,712
Referee: Jose Pineda (Honduras)

September 7, 2012
20:05
Costa Rica  0 – 2  Mexico
Report Salcido Goal 43'
Zavala Goal 52'

September 11, 2012
20:00
Mexico  1 – 0  Costa Rica
J. Hernández Goal 60' Report

October 12, 2012
20:00
Guyana  0 – 5  Mexico
Report Guardado Goal 77'
Peralta Goal 79'
Pollard Goal 83' (o.g.)
Hernández Goal 84'
Reyna Goal 86'

October 16, 2012
20:00
Mexico  2 – 0  El Salvador
Peralta Goal 64'
Hernández Goal 85'
Report
Estadio Corona, Torreón, Mexico
Attendance: 26,333
Referee: Jafeth Perea

2013[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

January 30, 2013
20:00
Mexico  1–1  Denmark
Fabián Goal 67' (pen.) Report Cornelius Goal 83' (pen.)
University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, United States
Attendance: 43,345[38]
Referee: Chris Penso (United States)

April 17, 2013
20:00
Mexico  0–0  Peru
Report
Candlestick Park, San Francisco, United States
Attendance: 46,288[39]
Referee: Ricardo Salazar (United States)

May 31, 2013
20:00
Mexico  2–2  Nigeria
Hernández Goal 20'70' Report Ideye Goal 27' (pen.)

Ugochukwu Goal 39'

Reliant Stadium, Houston, United States
Attendance: 62,107[40]
Referee: Baldomero Toledo (United States)

August 14, 2013
20:30
Mexico  4–1  Ivory Coast
Boka Goal 10' (o.g.)
Peralta Goal 28'45'
Reyna Goal 90'
Report Drogba Goal 62'
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, United States
Attendance: 35,671[41]
Referee: Mark Gantar (Canada)

October 30, 2013
20:00
Mexico  4–2  Finland
Márquez Goal 11'
Peña Goal 23'
Peralta Goal 46'
Escoboza Goal 64'
Report Hurme Goal 28'
Valenzuela Goal 55' (o.g.)

2013 FIFA World Cup qualification Fourth Round[edit]

February 6, 2013
Mexico  0–0  Jamaica

March 22, 2013
Honduras  2–2  Mexico
Hernández Goal 28'54'
Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Attendance: 38,500
Referee: Courtney Campbell (Jamaica)

March 26, 2013
Mexico  0–0  United States
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 85,500
Referee: Walter López (Guatemala)

June 4, 2013
Jamaica  0–1  Mexico
de Nigris Goal 48'

June 7, 2013
Panama  0–0  Mexico

June 11, 2013
Mexico  0–0  Costa Rica

September 6, 2013
Mexico  1–2  Honduras
Peralta Goal 5' Bengtson Goal 63'
Costly Goal 66'
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 73,981

September 10, 2013
United States  2–0  Mexico
Johnson Goal 49'
Donovan Goal 79'

October 11, 2013
20:30
Mexico  2–1  Panama
Peralta Goal 39'
Jimenez Goal 85'
Tejada Goal 81'

October 15, 2013
20:00
Costa Rica  2–1  Mexico
Ruiz Goal 26'
Saborío Goal 64'
Peralta Goal 29'

2014 FIFA World Cup Qualification (inter-continental play-offs) - CONCACAF vs OFC[edit]

13 November 2013
14:30 UTC−6
Mexico  5–1  New Zealand
Aguilar Goal 32'
Jiménez Goal 40'
Peralta Goal 48'80'
Márquez Goal 84'
Report James Goal 85'

November 20, 2013
19:00
New Zealand  2-4  Mexico
James Goal 80'
Fallon Goal 84'
Peralta Goal 20'29'36'
Peña Goal 87'

2013 FIFA Confederations Cup[edit]

June 16, 2013
16:00
Mexico  1–2  Italy
Hernández Goal 34' (pen.) Report Pirlo Goal 27'
Balotelli Goal 78'

June 19, 2013
16:00
Brazil  2–0  Mexico
Neymar Goal 9'
Goal 90+3'
Report
Estádio Castelão, Fortaleza, Brazil
Attendance: 57,804
Referee: Howard Webb (England)

June 22, 2013
16:00
Japan  1–2  Mexico
Okazaki Goal 87' Report Hernández Goal 55'67'

2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup[edit]

July 7, 2013
20:00
Mexico  1–2  Panama
Fabián Goal 45+2' Report G. Torres Goal 7' (pen.)48'

July 11, 2013
23:00
Mexico  2–0  Canada
R. Jiménez Goal 42'
Fabián Goal 57' (pen.)
Report

July 14, 2013
18:00
Martinique  1–3  Mexico
Parsemain Goal 43' (pen.) Report Fabián Goal 21', Montes Goal 34', Ponce Goal 90'

July 20, 2013
15:00
Mexico  1–0  Trinidad and Tobago
R. Jiménez Goal 84' Report

July 24, 2013
22:00
Panama  2-1  Mexico
B. Pérez Goal 13'
R. Torres Goal 61'
Report Montes Goal 26'
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington
Attendance: 81,410
Referee: Courtney Campbell (Jamaica)

2014[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

29 January 2014
20:00 UTC−5
Mexico  4-0  South Korea
Peralta Goal 37'
Pulido Goal 45+1'86'89'
Report
Alamodome, San Antonio, United States
Attendance: 54,313
Referee: Héctor Rodríguez (Honduras)

5 March 2014
20:30 UTC−4
Mexico  0-0  Nigeria
Report
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, United States
Attendance: 68,212
Referee: Wálter Quesada (Costa Rica)

2 April 2014
21:00 UTC−7
United States  2-2  Mexico
Bradley Goal 15'
Wondolowski Goal 28'
Report Márquez Goal 49'
Pulido Goal 67'
University of Phoenix Stadium, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Attendance: 59,066
Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama)

28 May 2014
20:30 UTC−6
Mexico  3-0  Israel
Layún Goal 43'62'
Fabián Goal 85'
Report
Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico
Attendance: 80,000
Referee: Elmer Bonilla (El Salvador)

31 May 2014
14:00 UTC−5
Mexico  3-1  Ecuador
Montes Goal 33'
Fabián Goal 69'
Banguera Goal 76' (o.g.)
Report Valencia Goal 80'
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas, United States
Attendance: 84,878
Referee: Jhon Pitti (Panama)

3 June 2014
20:30 UTC−5
Mexico  0-1  Bosnia-Herzegovina
Report Hajrović Goal 41'
Soldier Field, Chicago, United States
Attendance: 51,242
Referee: Óscar Reyna (Guatemala)

6 June 2014
19:30 UTC−4
Mexico  0-1  Portugal
Report Bruno Alves Goal 90+3'
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, United States
Attendance: 56,292
Referee: Jeffrey Solis (Costa Rica)

6 September 2014
19:00 UTC−8
Mexico  0-0  Chile
Report
Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, United States
Attendance: 67,175
Referee: Juan Guzmán (United States)

9 September 2014
20:00 UTC−7
Mexico  1-0  Bolivia
Layún Goal 18' Report
Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City, United States
Attendance: 18,136
Referee: Chris Penso (United States)



12 November
20:30 UTC+1
Netherlands  2–3  Mexico
Sneijder Goal 49'
Blind Goal 74'
Report Vela Goal 8'62'
Hernández Goal 69'

2014 FIFA World Cup[edit]

13 June 2014
13:00 UTC−3
Mexico  1–0  Cameroon
Peralta Goal 61' Report
Arena das Dunas, Natal, Brazil
Attendance: 39,216
Referee: Wilmar Roldán (Colombia)

17 June 2014
16:00 UTC−3
Brazil  0–0  Mexico
Report
Estádio Castelão, Fortaleza, Brazil
Attendance: 60,342
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)

23 June 2014
17:00 UTC−3
Croatia  1–3  Mexico
Perišić Goal 87' Report Márquez Goal 72'
Guardado Goal 75'
Hernández Goal 82'
Arena Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil
Attendance: 41,212
Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan)

29 June 2014
13:00 UTC−3
Netherlands  2–1  Mexico
Sneijder Goal 88'
Huntelaar Goal 90+4' (pen.)
Report Dos Santos Goal 48'

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Suspended at half time due to rain.
  2. ^ Belize elected to play their home leg in the United States.[10]
  3. ^ a b The two matches between Jamaica and Mexico had their playing dates reversed due to Hurricane Gustav.[11]

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