Tigres to represent Mexico in the 2022 Amputee Football World Cup

With seven players on the field and two members of the UANL Tigres coaching staff, the Mexican National Team qualified for the 2022 Amputee Football World Cup to be held in Turkey next October.

Mexico Amputee Soccer Team qualified for the World Cup with a third-place finish in the qualifying tournament for the North, Central American, and Caribbean teams, held in San Juan de Los Lagos, Jalisco, Mexico

Mexico placed third in the qualifying event with two wins, a draw, and a loss, earning a ticket to the 2022 Amputee Football World Cup in Turkey. Meanwhile, Haiti took first place and the United States was ranked second.

Standing up for Mexico

Almost ten years after playing its first official match as Tigres in amputee soccer, the feline squad can proudly say that it won the First Amputee Soccer Tournament (2013), was champion of the Tigres Cup (2014), participated in the Third Amputee America’s Cup (2015) and was a five-time champion of the Mexican Amputee Soccer League.

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