Mexico qualifying match for U-17

The national team will compete in the first phase against Jamaica, Trinidad, and Tobago and Bermuda.

The team is headed by Marco Antonio el "Chima" Ruiz. Twitter @ miseleccionmx
The team is headed by Marco Antonio el "Chima" Ruiz. Twitter @ miseleccionmx

The Mexican U-17 Soccer Team was placed in Group E of the CONCACAF qualifying tournament that qualifies for the 2019 World Cup.

The Tricolor will compete in the first phase against Jamaica, Trinidad, and Tobago and Bermuda.

After the group stage, the winner of each group will advance directly to the elimination phase of the competition.

The elimination phase of the competition will be played in its entirety in a single-elimination format, and the semifinalists will automatically qualify for the FIFA U-17 World Cup Peru 2019.

The Mexican team preparing for the tie is headed by Marco Antonio the "Chima" Ruiz.

The Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Football Association (CONCACAF) held the official draw for the U-17 Championship of Concacaf 2019, at the headquarters of Concacaf, in Miami, Florida.

The 2019 edition of the U-17 Championship, to be held on the campus of the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, will be held in three rounds. The qualifiers of the first round will take place from March 16 to 24 (Groups A and C) and from April 1 to 9 (Groups B and D), while the Final Championship (Groups E, F, G, H and eliminatory phase) will take place from May 1 to 16.

After the group stage, the three best teams of each of the groups will qualify to the Qualifying Phase, joining the four winners of the Qualification Stage in the last 16.

The elimination phase of the competition will be played in its entirety in a single-elimination format, and the semifinalists will automatically qualify for the FIFA U-17 World Cup Peru 2019.

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