WALES TO PLAY MEXICO IN INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY
The Football Association of Wales is delighted to announce that the Men’s National Team will play
an international friendly against Mexico in Pasadena, California on Monday, May 28.
The match will be played at the Rose Bowl Stadium with kick off time to be confirmed at a later date.
Ryan Giggs, the Wales National Team Manager said: “This will be a fantastic opportunity for us to
prove ourselves against a side that’s heading to the World Cup later in the summer. The Rose Bowl is
a magnificent stadium and it will be a great experience for all the players.”
Wales have played Mexico on three previous occasions, the first time in the 1958 World Cup where
Ivor Allchurch scored in a 1-1 draw. The second was in 1962, with John Charles scoring Wales’ only
goal in a 2-1 defeat and the last time in 2012, where Aldo de Nigris netted twice for the Mexicans in
a 2-0 defeat.
Ticketing information will be released in due course.
— Rose Bowl Stadium (@RoseBowlStadium) February 22, 2018