The Mexico men's national team will play five U.S.-based friendlies for 2024, including a high-profile match-up against Brazil at Texas A&M University's Kyle Field in College Station, Texas.

Revealed as this year's slate of "MexTour" friendlies that have been held in the U.S. for over two decades, the full list of games for 2024 features clashes with Bolívia (May 31 at Soldier Field in Chicago), Uruguay (June 5 at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver), Brazil (June 8 at Texas A&M), New Zealand (Sept. 7 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California), and Canada (Sept. 10 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas).

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"We are thrilled to return with the MexTour to Chicago, Denver, Pasadena and Arlington, where fans -- year after year -- have embraced the Mexican National Team with remarkable passion," said Soccer United Marketing EVP Camilo Durana in a news release.

"This year, in conjunction with Lone Star Sports & Entertainment and the Houston Dynamo FC, we welcome the opportunity to host soccer for the first time at the renewed and historic 102,000-seat Kyle Field at Texas A&M University, in a match against the Brazilian National Team and its roster of global stars. The match will be a celebration of soccer for the entire state."

Mexico will play a friendly vs. Brazil June 8 at Texas A&M. Photo by Mauricio Salas/Jam Media/Getty Images

At Kyle Field, Mexico will aim to break their own MexTour attendance record of 90,526, which was set in a 2010 friendly vs. New Zealand at Pasadena's Rose Bowl.

The friendlies against Bolivia, Uruguay and Brazil will be used as preparation for the national team ahead of the summer's 2024 Copa América, which will also be hosted in the United States.

Kicking off on June 20, Mexico will begin the Copa América with group-stage matches vs. Ecuador, Venezuela and Jamaica.