When is Mexico’s next match at the 2024 Copa America against Ecuador? Schedule, dates, times, timetable and how to watch El Tri matches

After a poor performance in a 1-0 loss to Venezuela, Mexico returns to the field for a must-win match against Ecuador.

Heading into the final match of the group stage, Mexico is on the outside looking up to the last two places to qualify for the knockout stages. Ecuador currently has the advantage on goal difference, so a draw wouldn’t be enough.

El Tri features a younger, less experienced squad for the 2024 Copa America, with some favored veterans having left home, with head coach Jaime Lozano opting to leave out the likes of Guillermo “Memo” Ochoa and Hirving “Chucky” Lozano . , Raul Jimenez and Hector Herrera.

In return, Lozano gives some youngsters and newcomers the opportunity to make a name for themselves in front of one of the most passionate fan bases in the world.

Feyenoord forward Santiago Gimenez, full-back Gerardo Arteaga and Colombian-Mexican Julian Quinones are all playing major minutes in the Copa America and may hope to secure a starting place at the 2026 World Cup, which is co-hosted by Mexico.

MORE: Where to watch Copa America 2024: Full broadcast schedule for all matches on FOX and Fubo

The Sporting News looks at the key details ahead of this match, including how to watch it around the world, kick-off times and the latest line-up news.

When is Mexico’s next Copa America 2024 match?

Mexico will take on Ecuador in the Copa America Group B final on Sunday, June 30 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

What time is Mexico vs Venezuela?

El Tri fans from across the region will tune in to watch Mexico’s Copa America match against Ecuador. Kickoff is at 5:00 PM local time in Arizona. Here’s how that start time translates in the United States:

Date Kickoff time
Eastern time Sun June 30 8:00 pm
Central time Sun June 30 19:00
Mountain time Sun June 30 6 p.m
Pacific time Sun June 30 5:00 PM
Alaska ST Sun June 30 4:00 in the afternoon
Hawaii ST Sun, June 30 03:00

Match between Mexico and Venezuela Copa America 2024: TV channel, live stream

Here’s how to watch this Copa America 2024 match in North America:

TV channel Stream
USA Fox Network, TUDN, Univision Fubo, Fox Sports app/website, TUDN app/website, Univision NOW, ViX
Canada TSN1, TSN3 TSN+, RDS app

UNITED STATES: Copa America 2024 matches will be broadcast in English on Fox with streaming options available on Fubo, where new users can sign up for a FREE trial. For this game, fans can find the match in English on FS1. Fans can also watch the match in Spanish on Univision or TUDN USA on TV, or stream it via the TUDN app or ViX.

Canada: TSN and TSN+ will be your go-to for Copa America 2024 action in Canada. RDS will also offer a live streaming option.

Selection Mexico Copa America 2024

Coach Jaime Lozano announced his 26-man squad for the Copa America on June 14. Notable dismissals include Angel Malagon (injury), Jose Antonio Rodriguez, Victor Guzman, Fernando Beltran and Jordan Carillo. Tigres winger Diego Lainez was ruled out of the Copa America due to an injury he suffered at the end of the Liga MX season.

Ages, caps are correct as of June 17, 2024 and the start of Copa America 2024.

Position Player Club Age Caps
GK Carlos Acevedo Santos Laguna (MEX) 28 6
GK Raul Rangel Chivas (MEX) 24 1
GK Julio González Cougars UNAM (MEX) 33 2
DEF Jorge Sanchez Porto (POR) 26 41
DEF Israel Reyes Club America (MEX) 24 15
DEF Brian Garcia Toluca (MEX) 26 2
DEF Cesar Montes Almeria (ESP) 27 45
DEF Johan Vasquez Genoa (ITA) 25 24
DEF Jesus Orozco Chivas (MEX) 22 3
DEF Gerardo Arteaga Monterrey (MEX) 25 24
DEF Bryan Gonzalez Pachuca (MEX) 21 1
MID Edson Alvarez West Ham United (NL) 26 79
MIDDLE Luis Romo Monterrey (MEX) 28 46
MIDDLE Erick Sanchez Pachuca (MEX) 24 27
MIDDLE Orbelin Pineda AEK Athens (GRE) 28 70
MIDDLE Roberto Alvarado Chivas (MEX) 25 45
MIDDLE Luis Chavez Dynamo Moscow (RUS) 28 31
MID Carlos ‘Charly’ Rodriguez Cruz Azul (MEX) 27 51
MIDDLE Jordi Cortizo Monterrey (MEX) 27 4
Come on Marcelo Flores Tigres UANL (MEX) 20 3
Come on Cesar Huerta Cougars UNAM (MEX) 23 8
Come on Julian Quinones Club America (MEX) 27 5
Forward Guillermo Martinez Cougars UNAM (MEX) 29 3
Come on Santiago Gimenez Feyenoord (NED) 23 27
Come on Alexis Vega Toluca (MEX) 26 30
Come on Uriel Antuna Cruz Blue (MEX) 26 62

Mexico’s Copa America record

Since their first invitation to the Copa America in 1993, Mexico have reached the final twice, finishing as runners-up both times. El Tri was defeated by Argentina in 1993 and Colombia in 2001. It has been a tough stretch for Mexico recently as they were eliminated in the group stages in 2011 and 2015, and then in the Copa America Centenario in the US, El Tri was defeated . defeated 7-0 by Chile in the quarter-finals.

Mexico Copa America record
Year Phase reached Eliminated by
1916-1991 Not invited
1993 Runners-up Argentina
1995 Quarterfinals USA
1997 Semi-finals Bolivia
1999 Semi-finals Brazil
2001 Runners-up Colombia
2004 Quarterfinals Brazil
2007 Semi-finals Argentina
2011 Group stage
2015 Group stage
2016 Quarterfinals Chili
2019-2021 Not invited
2024 Qualified