Mexico Players with the Most Games Played in The World Cup

All-Time list of players with more matches played for the National Team of Mexico in the Soccer World Cups with detail of games played in each competition.

A total of 329 players represented the Nationa Team of Mexico in the Soccer World Cups. Of them, 252 played at least one game. Here you have a list with the players with most games played.

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Mexico Players with the Most Games Played
 
Player
Games Played
World Cups
Game Detail by World Cup
1. Rafael Marquez 16 4 4 in 2002, 4 in 2006, 4 in 2010, 4 in 2014
2. Cuauhtemoc Blanco 11 3 4 in 1998, 4 in 2002, 3 in 2010
Antonio Carbajal 11 5 3 in 1950, 1 in 1954, 3 in 1958, 3 in 1962, 1 in 1966
Gerardo Torrado 11 3 4 in 2002, 3 in 2006, 4 in 2010
5. Carlos Salcido 10 3 4 in 2006, 4 in 2010, 2 in 2014
6. Salvador Reyes 9 3 3 in 1958, 3 in 1962, 3 in 1966
Francisco Rodriguez 9 3 1 in 2006, 4 in 2010, 4 in 2014
8. Jesus Arellano 8 3 4 in 1998, 3 in 2002, 1 in 2006
Jorge Campos 8 3 4 in 1994, 4 in 1998, 0 in 2002
Giovani Dos Santos 8 2 4 in 2010, 4 in 2014
Alberto Garcia Aspe 8 3 3 in 1994, 4 in 1998, 1 in 2002
Andres Guardado 8 3 1 in 2006, 3 in 2010, 4 in 2014
Javier Hernandez 8 2 4 in 2010, 4 in 2014
Ricardo Osorio 8 2 4 in 2006, 4 in 2010
Oscar Perez 8 3 0 in 1998, 4 in 2002, 4 in 2010
Hugo Sánchez 8 3 3 in 1978, 4 in 1986, 1 in 1994
Claudio Suarez 8 3 4 in 1994, 4 in 1998, 0 in 2006
18. Raul Cardenas 7 3 2 in 1954, 2 in 1958, 3 in 1962
Jesus Del Muro 7 3 3 in 1958, 3 in 1962, 1 in 1966
Isidoro Diaz 7 3 3 in 1962, 3 in 1966, 1 in 1970
Guillermo Franco 7 2 3 in 2006, 4 in 2010
Luis Hernandez 7 2 4 in 1998, 3 in 2002
Pavel Pardo 7 2 3 in 1998, 4 in 2006
Gustavo Pena 7 2 3 in 1966, 4 in 1970
25. Marcelino Bernal 6 2 4 in 1994, 2 in 1998
Jared Borgetti 6 2 4 in 2002, 2 in 2006
Ignacio Calderon 6 2 2 in 1966, 4 in 1970
Salvador Carmona 6 2 2 in 1998, 4 in 2002
Braulio Luna 6 2 2 in 1998, 4 in 2002
Ramon Morales 6 2 4 in 2002, 2 in 2006
Hector Moreno 6 2 2 in 2010, 4 in 2014
Aaron Padilla 6 2 3 in 1966, 3 in 1970
33. Paul Aguilar 5 2 1 in 2010, 4 in 2014
Javier Aguirre 5 1 5 in 1986
Enrique Borja 5 2 3 in 1966, 2 in 1970
Tomas Boy 5 1 5 in 1986
Felix Cruz 5 1 5 in 1986
Miguel Espana 5 1 5 in 1986
Javier Fragoso 5 2 1 in 1966, 4 in 1970
Pablo Larios 5 1 5 in 1986
Manuel Negrete 5 1 5 in 1986
Fernando Quirarte 5 1 5 in 1986
Ramon Ramirez 5 2 2 in 1994, 3 in 1998
Raul Servin 5 1 5 in 1986
45. Ignacio Ambriz 4 1 4 in 1994
Francisco Cruz 4 1 4 in 1986
Duilio Davino 4 1 4 in 1998
Jose Fonseca 4 1 4 in 2006
Luis Garcia 4 2 4 in 1994, 0 in 1998
Javier Guzman 4 1 4 in 1970
Guillermo Hernandez 4 2 3 in 1966, 1 in 1970
Héctor Herrera 4 1 4 in 2014
Miguel Layún 4 1 4 in 2014
Mario Mendez 4 1 4 in 2006
Antonio Munguia 4 1 4 in 1970
Carlos Munoz 4 1 4 in 1986
Guillermo Ochoa 4 3 0 in 2006, 0 in 2010, 4 in 2014
Francisco Palencia 4 2 2 in 1998, 2 in 2002
Oribe Peralta 4 1 4 in 2014
Mario Perez 4 1 4 in 1970
Gonzalo Pineda 4 1 4 in 2006
Juan Ramirez 4 1 4 in 1994
Jorge Romo 4 2 2 in 1954, 2 in 1958
Oswaldo Sanchez 4 3 0 in 1998, 0 in 2002, 4 in 2006
Guillermo Sepulveda 4 2 1 in 1958, 3 in 1962
Javier Valdivia 4 1 4 in 1970
Jose Vantolra 4 1 4 in 1970
Manuel Vidrio 4 1 4 in 2002
Zague 4 1 4 in 1994
Zinha 4 1 4 in 2006