Sports Enthusiasts Demographics, Mexico
American football is a growing sport in Mexico, and it is now the second most popular sport in Northern Mexico, with first being soccer. However, information about male sports enthusiasts in Mexico could not be found because the information is publicly unavailable.
We started the search by looking for the demographics of male sports enthusiasts in Mexico. We visited local and international websites in Mexico. This includes the websites of Fox Sports, Skysports, Mexico Daily News, and others. From this search, we were able to find a study from Research Gate that tackled the gender differences of sports fans. However, the report could not be used because the study was not specific to male sports enthusiasts in Mexico. The study is also locked behind a paywall. We decided to alienate the various demographics and searched for them individually. We looked for the age, income, and education levels of male sports enthusiasts in Mexico, however, the search proved to be futile.
We then looked into governmental entities that regulate sports activities in Mexico. We visited government bodies such as the Federation of Mexican Athletics Association (FMAA), the Mexican Cycling Federation, the Mexican Football Federation, the Mexican Ice Hockey Federation, Mexican Olympic Committee, and Mexican Rugby Federation. We looked into each of the federations to see if they contain statistics of their members and fans. However, many of the federations did not have a website, and even those who had (Mexico Ice Hockey Federation and Mexican Olympic Committee) did not have any statistics about its members or its fans.
Lastly, we decided to look into popular sports in Mexico and the number of fans enjoying the sport. We were able to obtain one report titled, "7 of the Most Popular Sports in Mexico," which listed soccer, baseball, boxing, Lucha Libre, Taekwondo, bullfighting, and Charrería as the most popular sports in Mexico. However, none of them contained statistics about their fans. We were also able to locate the gender distribution for each sport and gender perceptions in Mexico. Additionally, we were able an article that talked about how women are breaking the gender barriers in sports in Mexico. However, information about male sports enthusiasts in Mexico could not be found. After this intensive search, we concluded that information about male sports enthusiasts could not be found because it is not available in the public domain.
American football is becoming a popular sport in Mexico. It is now the second most popular sport in Northern Mexico, with soccer being the first. The most popular sports in Mexico are soccer, baseball, boxing, Lucha Libre, Taekwondo, bullfighting, and Charreria. Additionally, female soccer players are leading the way in breaking gender sports stereotypes. Moreover, they are now joining many sports that used to be dominated by men.