Mexico is in the midst of its World Cup run after starting with a thrilling 1-0 victory over reigning champion Germany.
Manager Juan Carlos Osorio took over in 2015 and has had success overall. Yet, the Colombian has been the target of heavy criticism as well, especially after El Tri were eliminated in blowouts from both the 2016 Copa America Centenario and the 2017 Confederations Cup under his watch.
When are Osorio’s men in action next? Below you can find out when the next Mexico national team matches will be played and find out what time to tune in.
World Cup Group F: vs. Sweden – 10 a.m. ET, June 27 (Central Stadium – Ekaterinburg, Russia)
World Cup knockout rounds (if qualified)
Friendly: vs. Uruguay – Sept. 7 (NRG Stadium – Houston, Texas)
Friendly: vs. United States – Sept. 11 (Nissan Stadium – Nashville, Tennessee)
Mexico 1-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina – January 31 (Alamodome – San Antonio, Texas) – Gio dos Santos fails to impress, but Hugo Ayala’s header gives Mexico a win to open the year.
Mexico 3-0 Iceland – March 23 (Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, California) – A pair of goals by Miguel Layun lifts El Tri to a victory over another World Cup-bound country.
Mexico 0-1 Croatia – March 27 (AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas) – Mexico leaves frustrated after losing not only the game but also seeing Nestor Araujo and Carlos Salcedo suffer injuries.
Mexico 0-0 Wales – May 28 (Rose Bowl – Pasadena, California) – There are plenty of chances created but no goal for the crowd of 82,345 to celebrate.
Mexico 1-0 Scotland – June 2 (Estadio Azteca – Mexico City, Mexico) – The team is sent off to Russia with boos and chants of ‘Fuera Osorio’ despite topping Scotland.
Denmark 2-0 Mexico – June 9 (Brondby Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark) – Worries are raised about a number of positions for Mexico with the home side dominating the final match before the World Cup.
Mexico 1-0 Germany – June 17 (Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia) – A dream start to the World Cup for la seleccion, as Hirving Lozano’s goal helps Mexico top the reigning champ.
South Korea 1-2 Mexico: June 23 (Rostov Arena – Rostov-on-Don, Russia) – Exactly the result Mexico needed, with Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez scoring what proved to be the winner