Mexico wants to promote a new Continental Cup

The president of the Mexican Football Federation, Yon de Luisa, confirmed that the creation of a new continental tournament with the participation of CONCACAF and CONMEBOL teams being sought.

The president of the Mexican Football Federation, Yon de Luisa, confirmed that the creation of a new continental tournament
The president of the Mexican Football Federation, Yon de Luisa, confirmed that the creation of a new continental tournament

During his participation in the "Sports Anti-Piracy Summit" in this city, the manager spoke of the great challenges of the FMF and in the sports topic, he talked about a possible Copa America.

"A possible Copa America that working with CONCACAF we want to promote from the hand of CONMEBOL, make another continental glass," he said during his presentation.

The Tricolor participated for the first time in the Copa América in 1993 and added 10 participations in a row, but will not be in Brazil this year; thus, the team is expected to return to a continental tournament and could be with teams from both confederations, as in 2016 in the United States.

Other challenges are the Gold Cup, which will be played this year under the orders of coach Gerardo Martino "with just one FIFA Date, with matches against Chile and Paraguay, which will be the first exercises of the 'Tata" ", and also the challenge that will represent the Qatar World Cup 2022.

In his presentation, he spoke about the objectives that Femexfut has as an organism and stressed that they will seek to transform and promote the practice of soccer in Mexico, boost the growth of Mexico through the football industry and inspire others to be better.

"We want to promote the practice of football throughout the country, not only what we see in Liga MX and Ascenso MX, but in all its categories until we reach the amateur sector and in all levels of national teams in men's and women's."

He commented that if they grow in that universe then they will be able to boost the growth of Mexico through the football industry and "through sporting success impel Mexicans to be better".

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