Jerry World joins State Farm Stadium (Glendale, Arizona), Soldier Field (Chicago, Illinois) and Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, Georgia) in the 2022 MexTour stops.
ARLINGTON, Texas— Editor’s Note: The video above is a 2018 WFAA report on Dallas’ hopes to be one of the 2026 World Cup destinations.
Dallas joins Phoenix, Chicago and Atlanta in Mexico’s four showpiece games leading to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in November. Mexico will face Nigeria on Saturday May 28 at Jerry World.
Mexico, ranked 9th in the FIFA rankings, qualified for the World Cup last month after finishing second in the CONCACAF qualifying stage. The United States finished third in automatic CONCACAF qualification, while Canada won the group.
Tickets for the four MexTour matches will be on sale at www.MexTour.org Tuesday, April 19 at 10 a.m.
Mexico’s men’s national team drew Argentina, Poland and Saudi Arabia in Group C earlier this month. Qatar will mark Mexico’s 17th participation in the World Cup. The team has also qualified for every World Cup since 1994.
The World Cup in Qatar will start on November 21 and run until December 18.