NFL in Mexico 2022: Ticket Sale Dates and Price Range Announced

The NFL returns to Mexico! After two years without having a Monday Night Football in Mexican territory due to the COVID-19 pandemic, last May it was announced that the San Francisco 49rs and the Arizona Cardinals will face each other in our lands, and there is already a date to buy tickets!

Monday Night Football returns to Mexico

Last May, it was announced that the game between the American soccer teams would be played next Monday, November 21 at 8:15 p.m. (ET) at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City, where Mexican fans will be able to enjoy a regular season game.

On Friday, July 29, the NFL offices in Mexico announced that there was already a date for the sale of tickets.

NFL Mexico Game 2022: Ticket Sales

According to what was published on NFL Mexico’s social networks, tickets for the game between San Francisco and Arizona will be available for presale and general sale.

The pre-sale will be exclusively for Banorte cardholders and will begin on August 16 through the Ticketmaster system, while tickets will be available to the general public two days later, on August 18.

The price range will be from 990 pesos -the most economical- to 5,520 pesos -the highest-, plus service charges. In addition, they pointed out that for tickets in hospitality the price may increase up to nine thousand pesos, although they did not specify the cost per section.

This year’s duel between San Francisco and Arizona is the 11th week of the season, a campaign in which the Cardinals are motivated by the fact that Super Bowl LVII will be held at their home, State Farm Stadium. Instagram anonymous


Enthusiasm for the NFL in Mexico

The director of the NFL in Mexico, Arturo Olivé, assured this Friday that the league expects a favorable response from Mexican fans for this duel despite the fact that in 2020 and 2021 the scheduled games had to be suspended due to the pandemic.

“We are very excited that the NFL is returning to Mexico at the Azteca Stadium. We thank all the fans for the wait because of this forced two-year break, we know they will be back on November 21,” said Olivé.

The interest that Mexican fans have in the NFL is shown in the crowds that have attended the four regular season games that have been held at the Azteca Stadium since 2005, accumulating 333,549 fans.

The first of these duels was in 2005; the Cardinals triumphed 31-14 over the 49ers, precisely the rivals they will face this year.

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