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Mexico national American football team

Mexico national American football team
Seudónimo El Tri
Federación Mexican American Football Federation
Confederación PAFAF
Region North America
Colors Green, White & Red
Head coach Raul Rivera
First international
 Mexico 89–0  Finland
(Palermo, Italy; June 27, 1999)
Biggest win
 Mexico 89–0  Finland
(Palermo, Italy; June 27, 1999)
Biggest defeat
 Mexico 14–34  Japan
(Hanau, Germany; July 12, 2003)
IFAF World Championship
Appearances 3 (first in 1999)
Best result Runner-up (1999, 2003)
IFAF U-19 World Cup
Appearances 2 (first in 2009)
Best result Third (2014)
Mexico national American football team
Medal record
Men’s American football
Competitor for  Mexico
IFAF World Championship
Silver 1999 Italy Team Competition
Silver 2003 Germany Team Competition
IFAF Junior World Cup
Bronze 2014 Kuwait Team Competition
FISU College Football World Championship
Gold 2014 Sweden Team Competition

The Mexico national American football team (Spanish: Selección de fútbol americano de México) represents Mexico in international American football competitions. The team is controlled by the Mexican American Football Federation. Mexico has participated in competitions such as the Aztec Bowl, the IFAF World Cup, and the IFAF Junior World Cup.


  • History 1
  • Best results 2
    • IFAF World Championship record 2.1
    • NFL Global Junior Championship 2.2
    • IFAF Junior World Cup 2.3
    • FISU College Football World Championship 2.4
  • References 3


Mexico finished second place in both the 1999 and 2003 IFAF World Cup, losing both times to Japan. They did not participate in the 2007 Cup, but are scheduled to compete for the 2011 Cup.

Players are usually the selected players comes from teams from the ONEFA, Mexico's main college football league.

Best results

IFAF World Championship record

Year Position GP W L PF PA
1999 2nd 3 2 1 143 6
2003 2nd 2 1 1 35 51
2007 Did Not Participate
2011 4th 4 2 2 108 49
2015 Qualified

NFL Global Junior Championship


  • 1997 : Oro Gold medal.
  • 1998 : Oro Gold medal.
  • 1999 : Plata Silver medal.
  • 2003 : Bronce Bronze medal.
  • 2004 : Bronce Bronze medal.
  • 2005 : Bronce Bronze medal.
  • 2007 : Bronce Bronze medal.

Mexico's junior team competed in the 2009 IFAF Junior World Cup in Canton, Ohio from June 27 to July 5, 2009.[3]

IFAF Junior World Cup

  • 2009 : 4 place.
  • 2012 : Did Not Participate
  • 2014 : Bronce Bronze medal.

FISU College Football World Championship

  • 2014 : Oro Gold medal.


  1. ^ "Resultados del '97 – '07". Retrieved June 25, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Global Junior Championship". Retrieved June 25, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Roster de México". Retrieved June 25, 2009. 
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