The Director of the Sports Institute of Mexico City, Javier Hidalgo, will seek to define sporting events at the international level this November in Mexico.
Mexico – The government of Mexico City It will strive to have the capital of the country in 2022 the presence of the main professional leagues of the United States, among which NFLAnd Formula 1And NBA And MLB.
In an interview with ESPN DigitalDirector of the Sports Institute of Mexico City, Javier HidalgoIn November, it will seek to determine which international sporting events will take place in the country.
“We are required to have the 2022 agenda in November. We will seek the momentum that show sport can provide, not only for economic reasons and tourism, but also for empathy so that children and young people join the sport,” he said.
Hidalgo stated that he is already looking to meet with representatives in Mexico for major baseball, basketball and American football.
“I sent them a request to see each other, but we couldn’t connect a date with baseball, basketball, and American football. We need these great events that get people excited and we’re going to worry that it’s coming from below, because it’s going to be a physical energizer. The president is the first to promote it. “, He said.
In addition, he expressed that having Mexico City with more than 90 percent of vaccinated adults does a great deal to celebrate mega international events.
Also, the NHL will be sought after the year-round sports leagues in Mexico that have been part of the regular season calendar of other MLS leagues.
“We are interested in (NHL), because it will be the same. We will never come to Canada live in the snow, but we will integrate a good part. I should have been in the youth institute and have been in bringing ice rinks since 2007 and they saw the boys skating and now they are experts And that’s been repeated a lot, but we’re going to put a public circuit in Iztapalapa and make it permanent. It’s not just going to be winter, it’s always winter. It’s going to be an exact copy of what’s being done in the community and bring these outstanding athletes to Mexico.”