Copa Futuros Campeones MX - Mexico City, Mexico
The Copa Futuros Campeones is one of Mexico’s premier youth football tournaments and sister tournament to the Gothia Cup in Mexico.
The 3rd edition of the tournament will take place in Mexico City, the capital of Mexico, between November 18th-21st and will see the participation of youth teams in all categories between U11 and U17 coming from most countries in central America.
So far teams from Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala and the USA have confirmed their participation.
Every year a great tournament opening ceremony takes part at Six Flags Mexico, the country’s biggest amusement park.
In order to apply for the Copa Futuros MX you need to be a qualified referee and be at least 18 years old.
Referees of all levels are welcome. You need to have experience in working with ARs as all games will see a referee trio involved, and you’ll be doing games both as a referee and AR. Previous experience in a Referee Abroad tournament is considered a plus.
All referees will be accommodated in 4-star hotel in Mexico City in twin rooms, shared with another referee.
The hotel used in previous editions was Radisson Paraiso in Perisur, right across one of Mexico’s most important shopping malls.
Mexico City (Ciudad de Mexico in Spanish) is the capital city of Mexico and one of the most important political, cultural, educational and financial centres in North America. Mexico City is the country’s largest city as well as its most important political, cultural, educational and financial center.
According to the most recent definition agreed upon by the federal and state governments, the Mexico City metropolitan area population is 21.2 million people, making it the largest metropolitan area in the western hemisphere,The fifth largest agglomeration and the largest Spanish-speaking city in the world.
Mexico’s capital is both the oldest capital city in the Americas and one of two founded by Indigenous people. The city was originally built on an island of Lake Texcoco by the Aztecs in 1325 as Tenochtitlan, which was almost completely destroyed in the 1521 siege of Tenochtitlan, and subsequently redesigned and rebuilt in accordance with the Spanish urban standards.
Downtown Mexico City has been an urban area since the pre-Columbian 12th century, and the city is filled with historical buildings and landmarks from every epoch since then. It is also known as the City of Palaces, because of the large number of stately buildings, especially in the Centro. In addition, Mexico is the city with the largest number of museums in the world (without taking into account art galleries), with New York #2, London #3 and Toronto #4.
Most travellers arrive in Mexico City by air, to the Benito Juárez International Airport (IATA: MEX), located in the eastern part of the city. The airport has two terminals, T1 and T2 being the latter mostly used for Sky Team airlines. There’s an exhaustive list of airline/terminal combinations on the Wikipedia entry.
There are frequent flights to and from most larger cities in the world, as Amsterdam, Bogota, Buenos Aires, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Sao Paulo, Santiago de Chile, Lima, Panama City, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Paris, Madrid, Frankfurt, Munich, Toronto, and Tokyo. Some of the international airlines that operate regular flights to Mexico City include: Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, Avianca, British Airways, Copa, Cubana de Aviacion, Delta , Iberia, JetBlue, KLM, LAN, Lufthansa, TACA, United Airlines, and Southwest.
Apply for the Copa Futuros MX
Date(s) – 16/11/2023 – 21/11/2023
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