Rio Grande Plate

Rio Grande Plate

Region: Regional (North America)
Type: Club Tournament
Status: Friendly/Private
Frequency: Annual (ex. 2017, 2018)
Age: Senior
Gender: Male
The Rio Grande Plate (Plato Rio Grande in Spanish) is a competition between the clubs Tigres of Mexico and FC Dallas of the USA. The winner receives a plate (Plato Rio Grande) to be awarded each year to the winner of the total aggregate goals difference between the teams in a home-and-away series. The plate was created in February 2006 as part of the multi-year partnership with Tigres and FC Dallas. The plate is named after the Rio Grande River. The river, which is known in Mexico as the Rio Bravo del Norte (Bold River Of The North), forms a 1,240 mile continuous border between the U.S. and Mexico.
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