Mexico has been drawn together with Uruguay, Jamaica, and Venezuela at Copa America Centenario.
Mexico are competing in their.tenth Copa America, after competing for the first time in the 1993 edition. Juan Carlos Osorio's team will meet Uruguay in the first match of Group C, which takes place in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday, June 5.
Jamaica, who lost to Mexico in the 2015 Gold Cup final, will be El Tri's second opponent and they will play at the Rose Bowl on Thursday, June 9.
Venezuela, currently last in the CONMEBOL standings, makes up what looks like an accessible group for Mexico when they play on Monday, June 13 in Houston, Texas.
Elsewhere, hosts United States will kick off the tournament against Colombia in Santa Clara, California before also playing Costa Rica and Paraguay.
Brazil, with 24-year-old Neymar playing, are in Group B with Ecuador, Haiti, and Peru.
Finally, holders Chile and Argentina have been drawn together, after being last year's finalists, along with Panama and Bolivia.
You can see all the groups below:
Here are all the groups for @CA2016 pic.twitter.com/YNxl3RdkDV— Mexicanfut (@mexicanfutcom) February 22, 2016