Mexican football is said to be the greatest of all the great unknowns left in the game today. With a rich and vibrant history and a league that compares against the very best in terms of quality and entertainment, it is a nation often overlooked in the English-speaking football world. But not for much longer.

We’ve gathered together commentators, authors, Mexican football experts and seasoned writers to bring you 15 long-form features that bring the Aztec nation to the party.


A history of the Estadio Azteca

A Tale of One City: Monterrey


Jared Borgetti

Cuauhtémoc Blanco: the emperor

Carlos Vela and Giovanni dos Santos

Hugo Sánchez

Pep Guardiola: six months in Sinaloa

Marcelo Bielsa: the Mexico years

Necaxa 2000

The colours of Jorge Campos

Rafael Márquez: defending El Tri for 20 years

Who owns football in Chiapas?

Mexico 86: the last days of the innocent

The great deception of Mexico

Released: June

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