The Welsh football Association have revealed that they are currently considering a friendly match with the Mexican football national team.

Both the football Association's are considering playing this match at the Yankee Stadium, which is one of the iconic symbols of the United States sports.

The Yankee Stadium plays host to the New York Yankees, one of the most successful baseball teams in the United States. This will also be the first football match that could be played at this iconic stadium. The Welsh football Association and the Mexican football Association are also considering the Red Bull Arena and the MetLife Stadium if things do not end up smoothly with the Yankee Stadium.

The MetLife Stadium is currently the home of the New York Giants and New York Jets. It is quite impressive stadium that will also host the 2014 Super Bowl. The Welsh national team recently appointed former Fulham manager Chris Coleman as the successor for the late Gary Speed.

Coleman revealed that he intends to carry on the good work left by Gary Speed. There was talk of Ryan Giggs coming into the role, but it seems that the wealth of experience shown by Chris Coleman has secured him the job.

"Mexico are a fantastic team. There maybe an opportunity for a friendly in New York. If it happens then fantastic but nothing is confirmed," said Wales boss Chris Coleman. The MetLife Stadium has a capacity of 85,000, while the Red Bull Arena is significantly smaller at just 25,000 capacity.

Mexico are set to play against Colombia in the next friendly match, which will take place in the Sun Life Stadium in Miami. This is a 75,000 seater stadium and the match is scheduled on 29 February. Wales have not beaten Mexico in the two attempts they have had so far.