Club de Futbol Monterrey Rayados, commonly referred to simply as Monterrey or simply CF Monterrey in Mexico is a professional football club currently competing in Liga MX (Mexican Premier League). Owned by FEMSA Bottling Company based out of Latin America and playing their home matches at Estadio BBVA Bancomer Stadium.
1. Loss of Fans
Monterrey FC of Mexico plays in Liga MX and enjoys widespread support worldwide. Their colors are white and blue; their nickname is Los Rayados (The Rayados). Alineaciones De Club De Futbol Monterrey Contra Portland Timbers
Monterrey experienced two defeats against Major League Soccer teams during their 2021 Concacaf Champions League tournament appearance – against Seattle Sounders FC and Atlanta United FC respectively.
Monterrey suffered two losses in the Group Stage but never fell out of contention altogether, going unbeaten throughout. They played 21 official matches against teams from the United States – 17 won and 2 lost were drawn; Monterrey scored 56 goals while conceding 18 against them.
2. Loss of Income
Monterrey is home to two professional soccer teams – C.F. Monterrey and Tigres UANL, both playing in Mexico’s league. C.F. Monterrey plays at Estadio BBVA Bancomer which is sponsored by BBVA Bancomer while Tigres UANL have their own stadium known as Estadio Universitario on the main campus of Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores for games.
Monterrey had an obvious talent gap that was on display during Wednesday’s 3-0 defeat. Their wingers like Rogelio Funes Mori and Aviles Hurtado can score with just a few passes while Matias Kranevitter and Dorlan Pabon form a reliable defensive core; Leonel Vangioni is another Colombian leftback who is one of Mexico’s best leftbacks currently.
3. Loss of Employment
As the club expands and flourishes, more jobs are created that enable individuals to support their families and spend more time with loved ones.
Monterrey also competes in both the League Cup and Champions League tournaments to generate additional revenue for their club, helping cover expenses like player salaries.
Monterrey capitalised on mistakes made by The Crew throughout the game that allowed Monterrey to play with greater energy and intensity in front of a smaller crowd. Without Gyasi Zardes due to injury and lacking depth, a talent gap existed between both teams – though how large this gap will be remains to be seen until their second meeting on September 7th.
4. Loss of Social Status
Rayados have been playing in Liga MX for more than a decade and had several chances to capture their first league championship – only to fall short each time. Monterrey hired Victor Manuel Vucetich in 2009 as manager and the result was one of the league’s dominant sides.
This team was able to beat Pumas and Cruz Azul before reaching the championship final, where they ultimately lost to Atlante.
Monterrey FC was back at it again, reaching its third championship final but first ever against an MLS club. Monterrey have always proved difficult opponents for teams from Major League Soccer; even with this loss it was great seeing Monterrey compete at this level.
5. Loss of Relationships
CF Monterrey is one of the top teams in Mexico’s soccer league and their matches often provide thrilling encounters. Their players are extremely skilled, capable of scoring with just one touch – Rogelio Funes Mori, Aviles Hurtado, and Leonel Vangioni are some of their stand-out names.
Established on 28 June 1945 and owned by Latin America’s largest bottling company FEMSA, Estadio Tecnologico holds up to 50,000 spectators at Monterrey where this club can be found.
Under Vucetich’s leadership, the team quickly emerged as one of the premier teams on the continent, winning three league titles and five CONCACAF Champions League tournaments, reaching two finals and even becoming champions twice! At present, they are competing in Leagues Cup tournament.