The Mexican soccer team will return to activity in October when they visit their similar from the Netherlands in a friendly match, almost a year after playing their last engagement.
The “Tri” has not played a game since November 19, 2019 when it beat Bermuda 2-1 in activity of the Concacaf League of Nations.
“The Mexican National Team will face its Dutch counterpart in a preparation match on October 7, at a time to be confirmed, at the Johan Cruyff stadium in Amsterdam,” the local Federation reported Monday.
Mexico was going to play friendly matches against the Czech Republic, Greece and Colombia teams in the United States in March and May, but they were suspended due to the coronavirus that has left more than 600,000 dead worldwide.
Sports activity was shaken by the coronavirus outbreak and all competitions had to be reorganized. Even the Olympic Games that would take place in Japan between July 24 and August 9 were postponed to 2021.