The match is one of four that Mexico will play in the U.S. It will play Australia on Sept. 9 in Arlington, Texas, Ghana on Oct. 14 at a site to be announced, and Germany in Philadelphia on Oct. 17.
Tickets for the September matches will go on sale July 25.
Mexico is 6-1-2 in Atlanta, dating to 2009 when it defeated Venezuela at the Georgia Dome.
Mexico’s history playing games in Atlanta:
- It defeated Venezuela 4-0, with more than 51,000 tickets sold or distributed, in 2009.
- It defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 2-0, with more than 50,000 tickets sold or distributed, in 2011.
- It defeated Trinidad and Tobago 1-0, with more than 54,000 tickets sold or distributed, in the 2013 Gold Cup.
- It tied Nigeria 0-0, with an Atlanta record of 68,212 tickets sold or distributed, in 2014.
- Mexico broke that record in 2015 with 70,511 tickets sold or distributed for a 2-1 win over Panama in the semifinals of the Gold Cup. That game was a doubleheader, with the Americans losing to Jamaica 2-1 in the other semifinal.
- In 2016, it defeated Paraguay 2-0 in a friendly, with 63,049 tickets sold and distributed.
- In 2019, it defeated Venezuela 3-1 in a friendly, with 51,834 tickets sold and distributed.
- In 2021, it defeated Honduras in a friendly, with an announced attendance of 70,072.
- In 2022, it was beaten by Paraguay 1-0 in a friendly, with an announced attendance of more than 50,000.