How to watch Mexico games at the 2023 Gold Cup: stadiums, opponents, ticket prices
Despite suffering a humbling Nations League defeat in Las Vegas to the US, Mexico start the Gold Cup as second favourites to lift the trophy.
It’s fair to say that the Mexican national team are undergoing a period of turmoil currently and the sacking of new coach Diego Cocca something of a bombshell with the Argentine just four months in the position. Jaime (Jimmy) Lozano will lead El Tri in the short term as interim coach.
Mexico were humbled 3-0 by long-standing rivals USA in the semi-final of the Concacaf Nations League and a poor showing of El Tri fans at the Allegiant Stadium for the 3rd/4th place games was indicative of the feelings from Mexico fans towards the national team.
The good news for Mexico fans is that another tournament is right around the corner and the 2023 Gold Cup offers ‘El Tri’ a chance to put recent performances and lingering Qatar 2022 disappointments to one side.
The Mexican side are second favourites in the competition betting (behind the US) and are pitted in Group B along with Haiti, Honduras and special guests Qatar.
Mexico Gold Cup games and ticket info
Sunday 25 June
Mexico vs Honduras, NRG Stadium, Houston
At the time of writing, an ample amount if tickets are available for Mexico’s Gold Cup opener in Texas. Whilst most lower tier availability is scarce, plenty of second and third tier tickets are available from as little as $55 via Ticketmaster.
Thursday 29 June
Haiti vs Mexico, State Farm Stadium, Glendale
A large amount of tickets remain unsold for the Group B double-header in Glendale with fans able to enjoy both Qatar-Honduras and Haiti-Mexico for as little as $43.
Sunday 2 July
Mexico vs Qatar, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara
Once again, there is still good availability for El Tri fans who want to see the side in action in San Francisco in the final Group B game as they face Qatar. $40 secures a top tier ticket at the home of the 49ers.