Tag Archives: Mexico

 

Underachievers Mexico face unofficial champions Brazil

Mexico have announced their squad ahead of the forthcoming UFWC title match against Brazil. It’s a busy summer for Mexico, who will compete as guests in CONMEBOL’s Copa America in June, then in the CONCACAF Gold Cup in July. Ahead of that, on 7 June, they play reigning unofficial football world champions Brazil. It’s a chance for Mexico to rid themselves of their status as the UFWC’s biggest underachievers, but a…

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UFWC spin-offs update: part 1

Visitors to the Unofficial Football World Championships forum will know that there is plenty of activity away from the main UFWC title, with scores of UFWC spin-off competitions being tracked involving club and national teams. There are a massive 28 spin-offs involving men’s and womens’ national teams. Here, in the first of two posts, Peter […]

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UFWC CONCACAF: Unofficial continental champions revealed

In the latest of our continental UFWC features, this post looks at the unofficial championship of North and Central America and the Caribbean (known in football circles as CONCACAF). The first CONCACAF match took place between the United States and Canada in 1885 – the first international held outside the United Kingdom. However, FIFA have […]

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