When the U.S. men’s national team takes on Mexico in a friendly on Sunday, it will be playing its first training game on the Mexico National Train.
The game is set to begin at 8 p.m.
ET and is the first time the USMNT will play in Mexico since 2007.
The Mexico game will be the first match between the teams since the men’s World Cup qualifiers against Guatemala and El Salvador in 2010.
The USMEX train game has not been held since 2007, but is scheduled to begin on June 6.
The train game is one of the U-17 Men’s National Team’s longest-running training camps and will be a showcase for young players in the U19, U20 and U23 age groups.
“It’s a big moment for us, it’s a special moment for the national team,” said USMST coach Luis Perez.
“We’ve been working together for two years on the training camp and now it’s coming to a full-fledged conclusion.
This is a chance to get the national side up and running. “
I think we’re excited to get going.
This is a chance to get the national side up and running.
We’ve got a great camp and a great environment and I’m looking forward to getting our boys playing.”
The U.A.E. has won three games in a row and is currently leading Group F of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying tournament with a 2-1 record.
The United States is the only team that has not lost a game during that run.