Everything You Need To Know About How To Watch USA Mexico World Cup Qualifier

The USMNT and Mexico have played each other more than any other country in the world, but there are two meetings every four years that stand out above every other match between the old foes. For as often as the teams face off in finals and friendlies, it’s the World Cup qualifiers that tend to bring out the fiercest moments in this rivalry. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch USA Mexico World Cup qualifying match scheduled for Thursday, March 24, at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City. 

USMNT’s SportsCenter Roster Reveal Was A Giant Waste Of Time

The USMNT World Cup qualifying roster for the March Concacaf matches is finally here, with a bit too much fanfare, if we’re being honest. U.S. Soccer decided to reveal the squad live on SportsCenter, but the show wasn’t really worth the hype.

Because we won’t make you wait like SportsCenter did to show you the roster, here it is.

USMNT World Cup Qualifying Roster

Pulisic Scores In Second-Straight UCL Game And Spares Us From Another Griddy — Blues Defeat Lille

Christian Pulisic made it two goals in two games against Lille as Chelsea defated the defending Ligue 1 champion 2-1 on Wednesday to win 4-1 on aggregate and advance to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals. The Pulisic goal vs Lille came at a perfect time for the Blues, who had struggled to create any chances in the first half.

What Does Dos A Cero Mean? Explaining The USMNT-Mexico Rivalry With One Score

The first time I heard it, I wasn’t quite sure what I was hearing. I attended the first USMNT-Mexico game after the 2002 World Cup meeting, a friendly in Houston, and kept hearing fans yelling “dos a cero.” I knew enough Spanish to translate the phrase, but I had no idea of the Dos a Cero meaning and history, let alone what it would turn into.

Little did I know back in 2003, but Dos a Cero would come to define the American perspective of the USA-Mexico men’s soccer rivalry for nearly two decades. 

USMNT Makes Dumb Move Of Revealing Final WCQ Roster Exclusively On SportsCenter During March Madness

“When is the March USMNT roster coming out?” is the question fans have been asking for about a week now. The U.S. has its three final and biggest World Cup qualifying games to close out March.

Fans are eager to know who the American players will be that play Mexico, Panama and Costa Rica to try to qualify for Qatar this winter. In the past, the USMNT would release the roster via social media the week before the first game of a qualifying window. 

For the final window of qualifying the USMNT is doing things a bit different.

Who's Going To Win The World Cup? The Latest Odds Show The Favorites And Dark Horses

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar begins on Monday, Nov. 21, with the curtain-raiser at Al Bayt Stadium between the host nation and a TBD opponent that's been fortunate enough to land in Group A alongside them. Why is that country fortunate? Because, as the latest World Cup odds 2022 show, Qatar will be by far and away the worst seeded team of the eight groups.

U.S. Soccer Says It Has Assurances From Mexican Federation Over Fan Safety

The U.S. Soccer Federation has received assurances from Mexican Football Federation officials that players and fans will be safe during a World Cup qualifier between the teams in Mexico City this month after violent clashes marred a Mexican league game.

Clint Dempsey’s 10 Best U.S. Goals Range From Bizarre To Brilliant

Clint Dempsey finished his international career as the United States' joint-leading scorer of all time. Both Dempsey and Landon Donovan reached 57 goals for the USMNT.

Weston McKennie Injury Update: USMNT Star Done For Season, Hanging Out In LA

Juventus eked out a 1-0 win over Spezia on Sunday, maintaining its grip on a top-four place in Serie A. After the match, Bianconeri coach Massimiliano Allegri broke some bad news to Juve and USMNT fans with a Weston McKennie injury update: The Texan is done for the season.

Did Ricardo Pepi Just Like A Racist Tweet Against Mexicans?

USMNT young star, Ricardo Pepi, is in hot water after allegedly liking a racist tweet against Mexican people. The extra layer in the story? Pepi was born in El Paso, Texas, to Mexican parents, and in Aug. 2021, he decided to represent the United States over El Tri. 

Ricardo Pepi's Twitter controversy

Before jumping to a conclusion, this is what we know.