Mexican Football Federation

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The Mexican Football Federation (Femexfut or FMF, Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación, A.C.) is the governing body of association football in Mexico.wikipedia
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Mexico national football team

MexicoMexico national teamSelección de fútbol de México
It administers the Mexico national team, the Liga MX and all affiliated amateur sectors, and controls promoting, organizing, directing, expanding, and supervising competitive football in Mexico.
The Mexico national football team (Selección de fútbol de México) represents Mexico in international football and is governed by the Mexican Football Federation (Federación Mexicana de Fútbol).

Liga MX

Primera División de MéxicoMexican Primera DivisiónPrimera División
It administers the Mexico national team, the Liga MX and all affiliated amateur sectors, and controls promoting, organizing, directing, expanding, and supervising competitive football in Mexico. The league is composed of four professional divisions: Liga MX, Ascenso MX, Liga Premier, and Tercera División.
The Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación (F.M.F.) announcement of the nation's first professional league brought interest from many clubs to join.

CONCACAF

North AmericaConfederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association FootballCONCACAF (North, Central America & Caribbean)
FEMEXFUT is a member of the CONCACAF and FIFA, and is subject to policies, statutes, objectives and ideals of those international play football governing bodies.
Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Netherlands Antilles (Curaçao), Nicaragua, Panama, Suriname and United States were founding members.

Ascenso MX

Liga de AscensoPrimera División APrimera A
The league is composed of four professional divisions: Liga MX, Ascenso MX, Liga Premier, and Tercera División.
In 1994, in order to create a premier league, the Mexican Football Federation decided to upgrade the Second Division to "Primera División A" (First Division A) to bring closer together the level of play in the two tiers, Primera and Primera A. The project was under the direction of José Antonio García Rodríguez, the then president of the then top-tier Primera Division.

Liga MX Femenil

its own women's league
The Liga MX Femenil is the top-tier of women's football in Mexico.
Supervised by the Mexican Football Federation, this professional league has 19 teams, each coinciding with a Liga MX squad.

Liga Premier de México

Liga PremierSegunda División de MéxicoSegunda División Profesional
The league is composed of four professional divisions: Liga MX, Ascenso MX, Liga Premier, and Tercera División.
In 1994-95 season, the Mexican Football Federation created the "Primera División A" (renamed Ascenso MX in 2012) with 15 teams from the Segunda División, and all other teams remained in the league that continued to be called 'Segunda División' (Second Division) but at the new third tier of the Mexican football league system.

C.F. Pachuca

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Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).
After the FMF splits the calendar into two half-length tournaments, Pachuca becomes champion of the Winter tournament.

Mexico women's national football team

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The squad is governed by the Mexican Football Federation and competes within CONCACAF, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football.

Mexican football league system

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The Mexican football league system is organized by the Mexican Football Federation, except for the Liga MX and the Ascenso MX that are organized independently; The tournaments consist of five levels, male and female professional levels.

Football in Mexico

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Promotion and relegation are used by the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) to advance (promote) a lesser tier club into competition of like quality their aggregate percentage score warrants play in a higher competition tier.

United States Soccer Federation

United StatesU.S. SoccerUSSF
In April 2017, the Federación, with Canada Soccer Association and the United States Soccer Federation, announced a joint bid to host the World Cup.
On November 21, 2012, U.S. Soccer, in conjunction with the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) and Mexican Football Federation (FMF), announced the formation of a new professional league for the 2013 season.

Association football

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The Mexican Football Federation (Femexfut or FMF, Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación, A.C.) is the governing body of association football in Mexico.

Mexico

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The Mexican Football Federation (Femexfut or FMF, Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación, A.C.) is the governing body of association football in Mexico.

FIFA

Fédération Internationale de Football AssociationFIFA XIFIFA.com
FEMEXFUT is a member of the CONCACAF and FIFA, and is subject to policies, statutes, objectives and ideals of those international play football governing bodies.

Tercera División de México

Tercera DivisiónLiga TDPThird Division
The league is composed of four professional divisions: Liga MX, Ascenso MX, Liga Premier, and Tercera División.

Club León

LeónClub LeonLeon
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Mineros de Zacatecas

ZacatecasMineros
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Tlaxcala F.C.

TlaxcalaCoyotes de TlaxcalaLinces de Tlaxcala
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Grupo Salinas

Grupo AztecaPedro PadillaTelecosmo
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Atlas F.C.

AtlasClub AtlasF.C. Atlas
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Monarcas Morelia

MoreliaAtlético MoreliaAtletico Morelia
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Club Tijuana

TijuanaClub Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles De CalienteXolos de Tijuana
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Dorados de Sinaloa

SinaloaDoradosCuliacán
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Cafetaleros de Chiapas

Cafetaleros de TapachulaTapachulaCafetaleros
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Santos Laguna

SantosClub Santos LagunaEscuela de Alto Rendimiento
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).