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Tijuana's Star Wars takeover: Special kit, stormtroopers and lightsaber duels at Liga MX game

Tijuana were led out for their Liga MX match against Monterrey by Stormtroopers to promote the upcoming Star Wars film.

There was a big Star Wars theme at Tijuana's Liga MX game on Friday, with a special kit, stormtroopers and Wookie noises heard over the PA...

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There was a real intergalactic feel to Tijuana's Liga MX game against Monterrey on Friday evening.

To herald the launch of new Star Wars movie "The Rise of Skywalker," Tijuana staged a similarly...

Wolves' Jimenez back on Mexico squad for Nations League matches

MEXICO CITY -- Wolves striker Raul Jimenez has been recalled to the Mexican national team for upcoming CONCACAF Nations League games against Panama and Bermuda, although there's no place for Sevilla's Javier Hernandez, Napoli's Hirving Lozano or Philadelphia Union's Marco Fabian.

El Tri head coach Gerardo "Tata" Martino once again picked a squad made up mainly of young, domestic-based players, with the three Europe-based players different from the ones involved in October games against the same opposition.


Mexican federation thanks fans for efforts against controversial chant

MEXICO CITY -- The Mexican football federation (FMF) has praised Liga MX and national team fans for helping to eradicate the goalkeeper chant that could see El Tri banished from qualification for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The FMF and Liga MX announced a crack-down on the controversial goalkeeper chant, which FIFA has ruled anti-gay, back in September, rolling out a five-step procedure for Liga MX games and Mexico home matches.

The procedure could've seen games temporarily suspended...

Violence, mismanaged protests, gunfights: Veracruz's problems cap off horror weekend for Mexican soccer

MEXICO CITY -- A child crying in the arms of his mother on the field of Estadio Alfonso Lastras presented an appropriate visual representation of what was a nightmare weekend for Mexican soccer.

Violence, mismanaged protests and a suspended game capped off a weekend that the Mexican federation (FMF) and Liga MX will want to move on from as quickly as possible but will need to learn from moving forward. These were events that flew in the face of the idea that the Mexican game is modernizing and...