Mexico to face Wales in first international break of 2021
The last time Mexico and Wales played each other was 28 May, 2018, the game ending in a scoreless draw after 90 minutes at the Rose Bowl stadium.
Mexico will face Wales in the first international break of 2021 ahead of their World Cup qualification campaign, which is scheduled to start in September. It will be the first time El Tri play on Welsh soil during the side's second European tour under head coach Gerardo Martino.
The friendly match is scheduled to be played on 27 March 2021 at the Cardiff City Stadium. The last time the two nations faced each other was at the Rose Bowl stadium on 28 May, 2018, with the game ending in a scoreless draw.
Mexico seeking European opposition ahead of World Cup
Under Martino, Mexico embarked on their first European tour during the last international break in October and November when they played the Netherlands, Algeria, South Korea and Japan. El Tri have played Wales four times in their history with two wins and two draws.
Wales will also be seeking to limber up ahead of their own 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign. Ryan Giggs' side will travel to Belgium on 24 March before hosting the Czech Republic after their exhibition game against El Tri.