Mexico's only entry into the America League is Tijuana. They are somewhat a rouge team that was fed up with Mexico's lack of a national league when they were first started. They grew tired of playing in regional cups in Baja California in the 1930s all the while looking just a few miles north and seeing a full league. They entered the America League in 1940. Perhaps offended with Tijuana's departure, Mexico started a domestic league in 1943 and didn't allow Tijuana to play in the newly founded league, but they've been perfectly happy staying in the America League.
While they are in America Two currently, they’ve had quite a bit of Premier League success finishing as runners up twice and playing the Premier League mostly until the 1980s.
The crest shape is based on the crest of Tijuana, on the top the castle shape is inspired by the region’s architecture. Inside is a lobo, the team's mascot and nickname.
The uniforms feature diagonal hoops split by their team's sponsor Victoria beer. The change kit keeps the diagonal stripes, but they are thin pinstripes on black.