Tazón De Estrellas: United States D-III Team Stars & Stripes v. Mexico’s CONADEIP All-stars

The Tazón de Estrellas, and its forerunner the Aztec Bowl, have produced a series of exciting games and established a fierce but friendly rivalry between the Americans and Mexicans. The hosts won 24-12 in 2009 before Team Stars & Stripes leveled the series with a 48-7 victory in Toluca in 2010 and the CONADEIP All-Stars won by a margin of 45-27 in 2011. It was the Americans’ turn to triumph 32-15 in 2012 on the head-coaching debut of De Waard, and a 29-7 win in 2013 established a 3-2 series lead.

The Tazón de Estrellas is the focal point for the Global Football Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit initiative, which assists athletes in meeting the expenses associated with traveling overseas to realize their dreams of competing against other American football enthusiasts and experiencing different cultures. The foundation allows potential benefactors to make charitable donations to offset costs that might otherwise prevent the student athletes from undertaking the trip of a lifetime.

Global Football’s Tazón de Estrellas (2009-2013) & Aztec Bowls (1997-2007)

Tazón de Estrellas

2013: Team Stars & Stripes 29 CONADEIP All Stars 7 – December 21, 2013 – Estadio Tecnológico, Monterrey

2012: Team Stars & Stripes 32 CONADEIP All Stars 15 – December 15, 2012 – La Fortaleza Azul, Guadalajara

2011: Team Stars & Stripes 27 CONADEIP All Stars 45 – December 17, 2011 – El Tempo del Dolor, Puebla

2010: Team Stars & Stripes 48 CONADEIP All Stars 7 – December 18, 2010 – La Congeladora, Toluca

2009: Team Stars & Stripes 12 Tec Monterrey All Stars 24 – December 19, 2009 – Tec de Monterrey Campus Estado de Mexico, Mexico City

Aztec Bowl

2007: USA 37 Mexico 19       December 8, 2007 – Estadio Olimpico Universitario, Chihuahua

2006: USA 28 Mexico 7          December 16, 2006 – Estadio Victoria, Aguascalientes

2005: USA 53 Mexico 15        December 17, 2005 – Estadio Chivo Cordoba, Toluca

2004: USA 23 Mexico 3          December 11, 2004 – Estadio Cancun 86, Cancun

2003: Mexico 34 USA 31        December 13, 2003 – Estadio Cancun 86, Cancun

2002: USA 15 Mexico 9          December 14, 2002 – Estadio Infierno Azul, Torreon

2001: USA 37 Mexico 5          December 15, 2001 – Estadio Olimpico, Saltillo

2000: USA 27 Mexico 26        December 15, 2000 – Estadio Alvarado, Merida

1999: USA 44 Mexico 13        December 18, 1999 – Estadio Wilfredo Massieu, Mexico City

1998: USA 40 Mexico 13        December 12, 1998 – Estadio Universitario, Monterrey

1997: USA 42 Mexico 41        December 20, 1997 – Estadio Chivo Cordoba, Toluca

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John McKeon
John McKeon is a former professional and collegiate American Football player and coach now living and working in New York. His goal is to spread news, information, and opinion on the global growth of the sport he loves.
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