Mexico vs Colombia: times, how to watch online and on TV in the US
After beating Peru in Pasadena at the weekend, Mexico go to Santa Clara to take on Colombia in their latest World Cup warm-up.
In the second of two September friendlies in the United States, Mexico’s 2022 World Cup preparations continue with a match-up against Colombia.
What time is Mexico vs Colombia?
The clash between El Tri and Los Cafeteros kicks off at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, at 7pm PT on Tuesday 27 September. Elsewhere in the US, that’s 10pm ET/9pm CT. Find out when Mexico vs Colombia gets going if you’re in a different time zone.
How can I watch the match in the US?
TV viewers in the US will be able to watch Mexico vs Colombia on TUDN USA and Univisión. If you’re looking to stream the game online in the States, you can do so using the TUDN App and Univisión NOW. Find out which channel or online service is showing the game if you’re not in America.
Mexico vs Colombia: match preview
In their opening friendly in the US on Saturday, Mexico ended a barren run against South American opposition by beating Peru 1-0, Hirving Lozano’s late goal in Pasadena giving the Tricolor their first victory over a side from the continent in seven attempts.
On Tuesday, the Mexicans have the opportunity to make it two wins in a row against CONMEBOL teams when they take on Colombia, who are also on a mini-tour of the States.
Néstor Lorenzo’s men, who won’t be at Qatar 2022 after missing out on World Cup qualification for the first time since 2010, beat Guatemala 4-1 in a friendly in New Jersey at the weekend.
Mexico vs Colombia: live with AS USA
You’ll also be able to follow live-text coverage of the friendly in Santa Clara with AS USA. Rodrigo Serrano will be on hand with all the team news ahead of the match, before offering minute-by-minute commentary of the action.