Mexico will take on the Republic of Ireland on 1 June in a New Jersey warm-up friendly for both teams. Ireland for World Cup qualifying and Mexico for the Confederations Cup.
Ireland have played against Mexico four times, drawing three and losing once, with two of those games on US soil including the 1994 World Cup group game in Orlando.
Mexico, currently 17th in the Fifa world rankings, are managed by Juan Carlos Osorio and are also preparing for their own World Cup qualifiers.
They will play in the 2017 Confederations Cup, which kicks off on 17 June in Russia and they are in Group A alongside the hosts, Portugal and New Zealand.
Ireland last played in MetLife Stadium in June 2014 when they took on Portugal, while the team has a memorable history in New Jersey following Ray Houghton’s famous goal against Italy at the 1994 World Cup.
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