• Thursday Sep 05, 2013

    Mexico women to play in Valais Women’s Cup

    MEXICO CITY – The Mexican Football Federation announced on Thursday that its women’s national team will participate in the 2013 Valais Women's Cup 2013, September 22-25, in Châtel-St-Denis, Switzerland.

    The tournament, which will be played completely at the Stade du Lussy, also includes Brazil and New Zealand.

    Mexico will face China on September 22 in its opener and, depending on results, will take-on either Brazil or New Zealand in the match for third place or the final three days later. 

    The Mexicans have two wins and three losses in five games this year.

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