Mexican National Team's 2020 U.S. Tour March Game in Arlington Cancelled
NEW YORK CITY & MEXICO CITY - Due to the new travel restrictions in the United States because of the COVID-19 outbreak, Soccer United Marketing in coordination with the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) has announced that the Mexican National Team's MEXTOUR March matches have been cancelled.
Mexico had two scheduled games, one in Charlotte, N.C. on March 26 at Bank of America stadium against Czech Republic and another in Arlington, Texas on March 29 at AT&T Stadium against Greece. The MEXTOUR Live festival and concert scheduled for Saturday, March 28 at Dallas City Hall Plaza, with musical group Intocable has also been called off.
Tickets for these events that were purchased on Ticketmaster and Seatgeek will be automatically refunded. The tickets that were purchased at local shops and other points of sale will be reimbursed at point of purchase.
The match against Colombia in Denver scheduled for May 30 continues as planned.
At this moment, our top priority is the health of our fans and players, while following the recommended precautionary measures.
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