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The Women’s Mexican National Team is preparing to face the W Concacaf Championship, where it will seek the pass for the 2023 World Cup, the Paris 2024 Olympic Games and the W 2024 Concacaf Gold Cup, and for this reason, this Saturday it will hold a very important friendly match against Peru at the Corona Stadium from Territorio Santos Modelo, at 8:00 p.m. and players from Santos Lagunas from the Women’s MX League They sent their support to El Tri.

It will be the first meeting in the history of the Mexican team at the home of Club Santos Laguna and Santos of the Liga MX Femenil, for which a festive and joyful atmosphere will be experienced together with the great Laguna fans, who have always been characterized by giving their maximum support to the Aztec representatives.

The final call for this commitment will be announced in the next few hours. Among the players contemplated in the current concentration at the High Performance Center, two stand out who participate in European leagues: Kenti Robles, defender of Real Madrid, and Emily Alvarado, goalkeeper of Stade de Reims.

The Mexican Women’s National Team faces Peru at the Corona Stadium/@ClubSantosFem

It should be noted that the Mexican team It is the 3rd best placed by Concacaf in the world ranking of nations. Although she is not considered for the match against Peru, Cynthia Peraza is part of the preliminary list of players who can be considered for the 2022 Concacaf W Championship, which will take place from July 4 to 18 in Nuevo León.

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The goalkeeper of the Guerreras de Santos Laguna de la Women’s MX League, Paola Calderon, I send a message to the fans to support the women’s Tir, assuring, “It is a great pride to have the National Team here, it is something very big for all the Laguneros, recently the men’s national team was there and I am very happy that little by little we are part of All this. With the arrival of the Women’s National Team, it is a pride to show that this is also their home, the field is first class and it is something very big”.

He has a degree in Communication Sciences from the Universidad de Occidente, Guasave Unit, specializing in Media. In his career as a journalist he has carried out works focused on the agricultural, fishing, health, and economic sectors, among others. In 2016 he joined EL DEBATE, where he worked as a local reporter in Guasave, where he also covered the news, sports and police sections. Since 2017 he entered the digital area as a reporter for the EL DEBATE newspaper portal at www.debate.com.mx specializing in the Sports section. In addition to studying and passing the “Sports Journalism Workshop” at the University of Guadalajara in its Virtual University system. [email protected]

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