List of main stadiums for soccer in Mexico


CAMPO PACHUCA (Plaza del Hipódromo del Ferrocarril)
City: Pachuca, Hidalgo
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
Closing: ?
Teams: Pachuca AC (1902-20)



CAMPO COCOLAPAN
City: Orizaba, Veracruz
Capacity: ?
Opening: c.1898
Closing: ?
Teams: Orizaba AC (1902-04)



CAMPO REFORMA ATHLETIC CLUB I
City: Paseo de la Reforma, Ciudad de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1902
Closing: 1908
Teams: Reforma AC (1902-08)



CAMPO DEL MÉXICO CRICKET CLUB
City: Ciudad de México
Capacity:
Opening: ?
Closing: ?



CAMPO DEL SEGUNDO VELÓDROMO
City: Puebla, Puebla
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1904
Closing: c. 1940
Teams: Puebla AC (1904-07)



CAMPO DEL BRITISH CLUB
City: Ciudad de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
Closing: ?
Teams: British Club (1902-15)



CAMPO DEL REFORMA ATHLETIC CLUB II
City: Ciudad de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1908
Closing: c.1915
Teams: Reforma AC (1908-14)



CAMPO SAN PEDRO DE LOS PINOS
City: Ciudad de México
Capacity:
Opening: ?
Closing: ?



PARQUE ESPAÑA I
City: Santa María La Rivera, Ciudad de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1912
Closing: 1912
Trams: España FC (1912)



PARQUE ESPAÑA II
City: La Condesa, Ciudad de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1912
Closing: 1915
Teams: España FC (1912-15)



PARQUE ESPAÑA III
City: Paseo de la Reforma, Ciudad de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1915
Closing: 1926
Domestic Championships Finals:
             Torneo del Centenario (1921)
             Playoff League Championship (1923-24)
Trams: España FC/RC España (1915-26)



PARQUE IBERIA
City: Veracruz, Veracruz
Capacity: ?
Opening: c.1917
Closing: ?



ESTADIO CIDOSA (also called Parque Río Blanco)
City: Río Blanco, Veracruz
Capacity: ?
Opening: c.1918
Teams: ADO (1918-49)



CAMPO ASTURIAS (also called: Campo Alianza)
City: Paseo de la Reforma, Ciudad de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1918
Closing: 1936
Domestic Championships Finals:
             Playoff League Championship (1925-26 & 1933-34)
Teams: Asturias (1918-36)


 
CAMPO DEL PARADERO CLUB ATLAS
City: Tlaquepaque, Jalisco
Opening: 1918
Closing: 1980
Teams: Atlas (1918-44), Guadalajara (1943-44)



CAMPO TÍVOLI
City: Toluca, Estado de México
Capacity:
Opening: c.1919
Closing: 1952
Teams: Toluca (1917-52)



PARQUE CLUB GUADALAJARA
City: Guadalajara, Jalisco
Opening: November 4, 1923
Closing: 1943
Teams: Guadalajara (1923-43)



ESTADIO NACIONAL DE MÉXICO
City: Colonia Roma, Ciudad de México
Capacity: 30,000
Opening: May 5, 1924
Demolition: 1949
Tournaments for Countries:
             Central American & Caribbean Games (1926)



PARQUE ESPAÑA IV
City: Calzada de la Verónica, Ciudad de México
Capacity: 14,000
Opening: May 2, 1926
Match: Club España 4 Necaxa 3
Reopening: December 31, 1933
Matches: Necaxa 3 América 1 (preliminary)
         Club España 8 Atlante 6
Closing: c.1942
Tournaments for Countries: 
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (1934)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México (1933-34)
             Playoff League Championship (1925-26 & 1933-34)
Teams: RC España (1926-40), Asturias (1926-40), América (1926-40), Necaxa (1926-40), Atlante (1927-40), Aurrerá (1926-29), México FC (1926-35), Germania (1926-33), Marte (1928-33)(1937-40)



PARQUE FELIPE MARTÍNEZ SANDOVAL (before called Parque Oro, Parque Oblatos)
City: Guadalajara, Jalisco
Capacity: 24,000
Opening: July 20, 1930
Matches: Guadalajara 5 Imperio 2 (preliminary)
         Oro 2 Colón 2
"Official" Opening: October 31, 1931
Match: Combinado Guadalajara-Nacional 1 Germania FV 1
Closing: 1962
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México Second Level (1954-55 & 1957-58)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1954-55 & 1957-58)
Teams: Oro (1930-59), Guadalajara (1930-43)(1944-59), Atlas (1930-43)(1944-59), Nacional (1930-61), Selección Jalisco (1940-43)



PARQUE NECAXA 
City: Pueblo de la Piedad, Ciudad de México
Capacity: 15,000
Opening: September 14, 1930
Matches: América 1 Club España 1 (preliminary)
         Necaxa 5 Mexico National Team 4
Closing: April 18, 1943
Match:   España 3 Necaxa 4
Tournaments for Countries: 
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (1934)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México (1932-33, 1936-37, 1938-39 & 1940-41)
             Playoff League Championship (1931-32 & 1933-34)
Teams: Necaxa (1930-43), Atlante (1931-43), América (1931-43), Asturias (1931-43), RC España (1931-43), Germania (1931-33), Marte (1931-33)(1937-43), México FC (1931-35), Leones (1931-33), Sporting (1931-33), Euskadi (1938-39)



ESTADIO MUNICIPAL DE GUADALAJARA
City: Guadalajara, Jalisco
Opening: January 1, 1931
Match: América 2 Club España 4
Demolition: 1950



CAMPO MOCTEZUMA
City: Orizaba, Veracruz
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1932
Closing: 1954
Teams: UD Moctezuma (1932-50)(1951-54)



ESTADIO DE LA REVOLUCIÓN 
City: Torreón, Coahuila 
Capacity: 12,000
Opening: September of 1932 
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México (1969-70)
             Copa México Second Level (1968-69)
Teams: Torreón (1963-70)



PARQUE ASTURIAS 
City: Ciudad de México
Capacity: 26,000
Opening: March 1, 1936
Match: Asturias 4 Botafogo (BRA) 2
Note: The stadium was destroyed by fire after a match between Asturias and Necaxa on March 26, 1939
Reopening: January 28, 1940
Match: Combinado España-Asturias 3 Vélez Sarsfield (ARG) 3
Closing: 1957
Demolition: c.1970
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Playoff League Championship (1941-42 & 1943-44)
             Copa México (1935-36, 1937-38, 1939-40, 1941-42, 1942-43, 1943-44, 1944-45 & 1945-46)
             Campeón de Campeones (1941-42, 1942-43, 1943-44, 1944-45 & 1945-46)
Teams: Asturias (1936-39)(1940-50), RC España (1936-39)(1940-50), América (1936-39)(1940-50), Necaxa (1936-39)(1940-43), Atlante (1936-39)(1940-50), Marte (1937-39)(1940-50), Euskadi (1938-39), UNAM (1955), IPN (1955)



PARQUE DEPORTIVO VERACRUZANO
City: Veracruz, Veracruz
Capacity: 12,000
Opening: 1937
Closing: 1986
Demolition: 1991
Teams: Veracruz (1943-54)(1961-68), Atlético Veracruz (1952-53)



ESTADIO MUNICIPAL DE QUERÉTARO
City: Querétaro, Querétaro
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1939
International Tournaments for Clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1982)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1976-77 & 1979-80)
Teams: Querétaro (1950-61)(1970-78)(1982-83), Lobos (1971-72), Estudiantes Querétaro (1975-76), Atletas Campesinos (1978-82), Atletas Industriales (1978-81), Cobras (1983-85), U.A.Querétaro (1984-85)



PARQUE CUAUHTÉMOC
City: Monterrey, Nuevo León
Capacity: 8,000
Opening: 1939
First soccer match: Monterrey 1 San Sebastián 0 (Aug. 19, 1945)
Closing: 1976
Teams: Monterrey (1945-46)



ESTADIO MARTE RODOLFO GÓMEZ (before called: Estadio Olímpico Victoria)
City: Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas
Capacity: 18,000
Opening: December 29, 1940
Match: Tamaulipas XI 1 Club España 6
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa MX (Apertura 2012)
             League Second Level (1986-87, Apertura 2011 & Clausura 2014)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2011-12)
Teams: Ciudad Victoria (1959-78), U.A.Tamaulipas (1974-77)(1982-88)(1988-96)(1997-present)



ESTADIO REVOLUCIÓN 
City: Irapuato, Guanajuato
Capacity: 10,000
Opening: February 18, 1942
Demolition: July of 2010
Match: Irapuato XI 0 San Lorenzo de Almagro (ARG) 12
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México Second Level (1950-51)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1952-53)
Teams: Irapuato (1950-68), Montecarlo (1955-57), Municipal (1957-59), Irapuetense (1959-60), Vasco de Quiroga (1960-61)



ESTADIO MUNICIPAL DE AGUASCALIENTES
City: Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
Capacity: 8,000
Opening: 1942
Closing: April of 2002
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             Copa Merconorte (2001)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Invierno 2000)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2000-01)
Teams: Halcones Aguascalientes (1994-95), Gallos Aguascalientes (1998-2002)



PARQUE EL MIRADOR 
City: Puebla, Puebla
Capacity: ?
Opening: May 21, 1944
Match: Puebla 1 Atlante 4
Note: The stadium was destroyed in a fire on November 30, 1956.
Teams: Puebla (1944-56), La Concepción (1951-53)



CAMPO PATRIA
City: León, Guanajuato
Capacity: ?
Opening: May 14, 1944
First Soccer Match: León 2 Guadalajara 6
Teams: León (1944)



ESTADIO ENRIQUE FERNÁNDEZ MARTÍNEZ
City: León, Guanajuato
Capacity: 6,000
Opening: December 10, 1944
Match: León 2 Club España 3
Demolition: 1961
Teams: León (1944-50)


ESTADIO LA MARTINICA (before called Parque San Sebastián)
City: León, Guanajuato
Capacity: 11,000
Opening: February 3, 1946
Match: San Sebastián 1 América 1
Reopening: July 30, 1950
Match: León 2 Guadalajara 3
Demolition: 2017
Tournaments for Countries: 
             CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying (1979)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1982-83)
             Playoff League Championship Second Level (1965-66)
             Copa México Second Level (1956-57, 1969-70 & 1970-71)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1956-57)
Teams: San Sebastián (1946-59), León (1950-66), Unión de Curtidores (1967-74)(1975-76)(1978-85)(1997-99), Búfalos Curtidores (1985-86)



ESTADIO TAMPICO (also called "Ejército Nacional")
City: Tampico, Tamaulipas 
Capacity: 10,000
Opening: August 11, 1946
Match: Tampico 4 Asturias 1
Closing: 1966
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México Second Level (1961-62)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1958-59 & 1964-65)
Teams: Tampico (1946-66), Ciudad Madero (1956-66)


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE LA CIUDAD DE LOS DEPORTES (Estadio Azul; before called: Estadio Olímpico de México, Estadio Azulgrana)
City: Ciudad de México 
Capacity: 35,681
Opening: October 6, 1946
First soccer match: January 5, 1947
Veracruz 2 Racing Club (ARG) 1
Tournaments for Countries: 
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (1949, 1953 & 1992)
             North American & Caribbean Championship (1949)
             CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship (1987 & 1991-92)
             CONCACAF U-17 World Cup Qualifying (1985 & 2003)
             X Summer Universiade (1979)
International Tournaments for Clubs:             
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1983, 1994, 1996, 1997 & 2002)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2013-14 & 2014-15)
             Cup Winners Cup CONCACAF (1998)
             Pre-Libertadores Tournament (2000 & 2002)
             Copa Libertadores (2001, 2003 & 2012)
             Copa Sudamericana (2005)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Playoff League Championship (1947-48 & 1955-56)
             League (Invierno 97, Invierno 99, Clausura 2008, Apertura 2008, Apertura 2009 & Clausura 2013)
             Copa México (1946-47, 1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50, 1950-51, 1952-53, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57 & 1958-59)
             Campeón de Campeones (1946-47, 1947-48, 1949-50, 1950-51, 1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57 & 1958-59)
             League Second Level (1988-89 & 1990-91)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (1992-93)
             Copa México Second Level (1950-51)
Teams: Atlante (1947-59)(1983-89)(1990-96)(2000-02), América (1947-55)(1956-59), Necaxa (1950-55)(1956-59), Marte (1947-53), Pumas UNAM (1966-69), Cruz Azul (1996-2018)



ESTADIO AGUSTÍN "CORUCO" DÍAZ (before called: Parque del Ingenio) 
City: Zacatepec, Morelos  
Capacity: 24,443
Opening: 1948
"Official" Opening: November 30, 1964
Reopening: August 27, 2014
Match: Zacatepec 0 Guadalajara 2
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1983-84, 1991-92, Verano 98 & Invierno 99)
             Copa México Second Level (1962-63 & 1966-67)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1966-67 & 1967-68)
Teams: Zacatepec (1950-2003)(2006), Zapata (1968-70), Zacatepec Siglo XXI (2014-17), Atlético Zacatepec (2017-present)



ESTADIO MUNICIPAL CLAUDIO SUÁREZ (before called: Estadio Municipal de Texcoco)
City: Texcoco, Estado de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: c.1949
Reopening: September 13, 2014
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México Second Level (1959-60)
             Copa Federación (1983)
Teams: Texcoco (1959-64)(1965-70)(1982-85)(1986-88), Chapingo Texcoco (1964-65), Coyotes Neza (1978-81)



ESTADIO TECNOLÓGICO 
City: Monterrey, Nuevo León
Capacity: 36,845
Opening: July 17, 1950
Demolition: August of 2017
Tournaments for Countries: 
             FIFA World Cup (1986)
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (2004)
             CONCACAF U-20 Championship (1996)
International Tournaments for Clubs:
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1975, 1987, 1994, 2004 & 2005)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2010-11, 2011-12 & 2012-13)
             Cup Winners Cup CONCACAF (1992-93)
             Pre-libertadores Tournament (1998 & 2004)
             Copa Libertadores (1999 & 2010)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Mexico 86, 1992-93, Clausura 2003, Apertura 2004, Apertura 2005, Apertura 2009, Apertura 2010 & Clausura 2012)
             Copa México (1991-92)
             Copa México Second Level (1957-58)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1955-56, 1959-60 & 1965-66)
Teams: Monterrey (1952-73)(1980-2015), Anáhuac (1953-55), Jabatos Nuevo León (1958-60)(1962-71)(1988-89), Tigres UANL (1960-62)



CAMPO JUAN CARREÑO
City: Zamora, Michoacán
Capacity: ?
Opening: February 18, 1951
Match: Zamora 2 Irapuato 1
Teams: Zamora



ESTADIO JUAN NEPOMUCENO LÓPEZ
City: La Piedad, Michoacán
Capacity: ?
Opening: September 23, 1951
Match: La Piedad 1 San Sebastián 1
Reopening: August 28, 1994
Capacity: 17,000
Match: La Piedad 0 Monterrey 3
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Invierno 2000, Verano 2001, Invierno 2002, Apertura 2011 & Apertura 2012)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2000-01 & 2012-13)
Teams: La Piedad (1951-72)(1973-2002)(2002)(2009-13), Chivas La Piedad (2004-05)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DEL TECNOLÓGICO DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE GUADALAJARA 
City: Guadalajara, Jalisco
Capacity: 12,000
Opening: c. 1951
First soccer match: February 7, 1971
Match: Universidad de Guadalajara 0 Celaya 1 (Third Level)
Demolition: February of 2008
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1973-74)
Teams: Universidad de Guadalajara (1971-74), Nacional (1974-77), Bachilleres (1978-2002)



ESTADIO NEMESIO DÍEZ RIEGA (Before called: Parque Patria, Héctor Barraza, Luis Gutiérrez Dosal, La Bombonera, Toluca 70-86)
City: Toluca, Estado de México
Capacity: 21,000
Opening: 1952
“Official” Opening: August 8, 1954
Match: Toluca 1 Dinamo Zagreb (YUG) 4
Reopening: December 14, 1985
Match: Mexico 2 Hungary 0
Second Reopening: January 16, 2017
Match: Toluca 2 América 1
“Official” re-inauguration: July 20, 2017 
Tournament for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (1976)
             FIFA World Cup (1970 & 1986)
             FIFA World Cup U-20 (1983)
             Panamerican Games (1975)
             CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying (1972, 1975, 1983, 1987, 1991 & 1995)
             CONCACAF U-20 Championship (1972)        
             Central American & Caribbean Games (1990)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1968, 1969, 1972, 2003 & 2006)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2009-10, 2010-11 & 2013-14)
             Copa Libertadores (2007, 2013 & 2016)
             Copa Sudamericana (2006 & 2007)
             Copa Merconorte (2000)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1970-71, Verano 98, Verano 99, Verano 2000, Invierno 2000, Apertura 2002, Apertura 2005, Apertura 2006, Apertura 2008,
                     Bicentenario 2010 & Apertura 2012)
             Copa México (1988-89)
             Campeón de Campeones (1967-68 & 2005-06)
             League Second Level (1979-80, 1992-93 & Apertura 2004)
             Copa México Second Level (1952-53)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1952-53)
Teams: Toluca (1952-2016)(2017-present), Estrella Roja (1953-54), Independiente (1954-56), San José (1958-59), Osos Grises (1977-83), Atlético Mexiquense (1997-2005)(2008-09)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO IGNACIO ZARAGOZA 
City: Puebla, Puebla
Capacity: 22,000
Opening: 1952
First soccer match: June 7, 1964
Puebla 2 Ciudad Victoria 2
Teams: Puebla (1964-68), Lobos UAP (1999-01)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO UNIVERSITARIO MÉXICO '68 (Before called: Estadio Universitario, Estadio de la Ciudad Universitaria) 
City: Coyoacán, Ciudad de México
Capacity: 68,954
Opening: November 20, 1952
First soccer match: September 12, 1954
Match: I.P.N. 2 Anáhuac 3
Tournaments for countries: 
             Panamerican Games (1955 & 1975)
             Campeonato Panamericano de Naciones (1956)
             Games of the XIX Olympiad (1968)
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (1957, 1960-61 & 1965)
             FIFA World Cup (1986)
             X Summer Universiade (1979)     
             Central American and Caribbean Games (1954 & 1990)
             CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying (1959, 1964 & 1972)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1978, 1980, 1982, 1989 & 2005)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2008-09, 2009-10, 2011-12 & 2016-17)
             Copa Interamericana (1980 & 1989)
             Pre-libertadores Tournament (2002)
             Copa Libertadores (2003, 2006 & 2016)
             Copa Sudamericana (2005)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1977-78, 1978-79, 1980-81, 1984-85, 1987-88, 1990-91, Clausura 2004, Apertura 2004, Apertura 2007, Clausura 2009, 
                     Clausura 2011 & Apertura 2015)
             Copa México (1957-58, 1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65 & 1965-66)
             Campeón de Campeones (1957-58, 1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1965-66, 1974-75, 2003-04 & 2004-05)
             Copa México Second Level (1960-61)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1961-62)
             Copa Adolfo López Mateos (1963)
Teams: Pumas UNAM (1954-57)(1958-66)(1969-present), IPN (1954-57), América (1955-56)(1959-66), Necaxa (1955-56)(1959-66), Atlante (1959-66)



CAMPO MOCTEZUMA
City: Zamora, Michoacán
Capacity: 5,000
Opening: 1954
Closing: 1976
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1956-57 & 1969-70)
Teams: Zamora



ESTADIO MIGUEL ALEMÁN VALDEZ (before called: Estadio de la Unidad Deportiva Municipal)
City: Celaya, Guanajuato
Capacity: 32,300
Opening: September 12, 1954
Match: Celaya 0 Querétaro 4
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1995-96)
             League Second Level (1975-76 & 1994-95)
             Copa México Second Level (1967-68)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1957-58)
Teams: Celaya (1954-1970)(1974-77)(1991-94)(2007-08)(2011-present), Tecnológico Celaya (1972-73)(1974-78), Real Celaya (1990-91), Linces Celaya (1991-93), Atlético Celaya (1994-2002), Cajeteros Celaya (2003-05)



PARQUE SAN ISIDRO 
City: Torreón, Coahuila
Capacity: 5,500
Opening: September 19, 1954
Match: Laguna 0 Monterrey 1
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México Second Level (1955-56 & 1959-60)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1954-55 & 1967-68)
Teams: Laguna (1954-76), Cataluña (1960-63)



ESTADIO EL MOLINITO
City: Salamanca, Guanajuato
Capacity: ?
Opening: 1957
Teams: Salamanca (1957-61)(1964-85)



ESTADIO PLAN DE SAN LUIS (today called “Centro de Alto Rendimiento”)
City: San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí
Capacity: 20,000
Opening: November 20, 1957
Match: San Luis 0 Salamanca 2
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (2002)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1975-76 & Invierno 2001)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1970-71)
Teams: San Luis Potosí (1957-61)(1970-77), Universidad de San Luis (1973-74), Atlético Potosino (1974-91), San Luis (1993-2002)



ESTADIO FRANCISCO ZARCO 
City: Durango, Durango
Capacity: 18,000
Opening: November 24, 1957
Teams: Durango (1958-59), Alacranes (1999-2011)



PARQUE INGENIERO JAIME J. MERINO
City: Poza Rica, Veracruz
Capacity: 10,000
Opening: 1958
Demolition: December 2, 1968
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México Second Level (1958-59, 1960-61, 1962-63, 1964-65, 1965-66 & 1967-68)
Teams: Poza Rica (1959-68)



ESTADIO REVOLUCIÓN MEXICANA
City: Pachuca, Hidalgo
Capacity: 13,500
Opening: December 14, 1958
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1984-85, 1985-86, 1990-91 & 1991-92)
             Copa México Second Level (1965-66)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1962-63, 1965-66 & 1966-67)
Teams: Pachuca (1960-1993)



ESTADIO SOCUM (Estadio de la Sociedad Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma) (before called: Estadio Moctezuma)
City: Orizaba, Veracruz
Capacity: 7,000
Opening: 1959
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México Second Level (1964-65)
Teams: Orizaba (1959-68)(1972-73)(1986-89), Albinegros (2002)(2009-10)



ESTADIO JALISCO 
City: Guadalajara, Jalisco
Capacity: 56,713
Opening: January 31, 1960
Match: Atlas 0 San Lorenzo de Almagro (ARG) 2
Tournaments for countries: 
             Games of the XIX Olympiad, Football Tournament (1968)
             FIFA World Cup (1970 & 1986)
             FIFA World Cup U-20 (1983)
             FIFA Confederations Cup (1999)
             CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying (1972 & 2004)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1962, 1963, 1978, 1984, 1989, 1997 & 2007)
             Pre-libertadores Tournament (1998, 2000 & 2004)
             Copa Libertadores (1998, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2015)
             Copa Merconorte (2000 & 2001)
             Copa Sudamericana (2007 & 2008)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1975-76, 1976-77, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1986-87, 1989-90, Verano 97, Invierno 98, Verano 99, Clausura 2004 &
                     Apertura 2006)
             Copa México (1969-70, 1988-89, 1990-91 & 1995-96)
             Campeón de Campeones (1967-68)
             Torneo de Nuevos Valores (1978)
             League Second Level (1978-79, 1983-84, 1988-89, Verano 2003 & Apertura 2013)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2013-14)
             Copa México Second Level (1971-72)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1971-72)
Teams: Atlas (1960-present), Guadalajara (1960-2010), Oro (1960-70), Nacional (1961-74), Jalisco (1970-91), Universidad de Guadalajara (1974-94)(2009-present)



ESTADIO 10 DE DICIEMBRE 
City: Ciudad Cooperativa Cruz Azul (Jasso), Hidalgo
Capacity: 17,000
Opening: April 9, 1961
Match: Cruz Azul 6 Zamora 2
Tournaments for countries: 
             Central American & Caribbean Games (1990)
International Tournaments for clubs:
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1969, 1970, 1980, 1981 & 1988)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México (1996-97)
             League Second Level (Verano 99 & Verano 2000)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1960-61)
             Torneo de Nuevos Valores (1978)
Teams: Cruz Azul (1961-71), Cruz Azul Hidalgo (1995-03)(2006-14)



ESTADIO TLAHUICOLE
City: Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala
Capacity: 7,000
Opening: c.1962
Teams: Guerreros Tlaxcala (2003-04)



UNIDAD DEPORTIVA EL CHAMIZAL
City: Zamora, Michoacán
Capacity: 5,500
Opening: September 7, 1964
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1982-83)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE VILLAHERMOSA 
City: Villahermosa, Tabasco
Capacity: 5,000
Opening: October 4, 1964 
Match: América 4 Guadalajara 1
International Tournaments for clubs:
             Copa Interamericana (1992)
Teams: Caimanes (1994-95), Lagartos Tabasco (2003-06), Guerreros Tabasco (2006)



ESTADIO UNIVERSITARIO DE TOLUCA "Alberto Chivo Córdoba" 
City: Toluca, Estado de México
Capacity: 32,000
Opening: November 5, 1964
Teams: UAEM, Toluca (2016-17)



UNIDAD DEPORTIVA URUAPAN "HERMANOS LÓPEZ RAYÒN"
City: Uruapan, Michoacán
Capacity: 5,000
Opening: 1964
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1980-81)



ESTADIO ISIDRO GIL TAPIA 
City: Cuautla, Morelos
Capacity: 5,000
Opening: 1964
Domestic Championship Finals
             League Second Level (1978-79)
Teams: Cuautla



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DEL CENTRO VACACIONAL 
City: Oaxtepec, Morelos
Capacity: 9,000
Opening: November 28, 1964
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1981-82)
Teams: Oaxtepec (1980-84)



ESTADIO VENUSTIANO CARRANZA 
City: Morelia, Michoacán
Capacity: 22,340
Opening: November 5, 1964
Match:
"Official" opening: February 21, 1965
Match: Morelia 1 Botafogo (BRA) 2
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1988)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1980-81)
Teams: Morelia (1964-1971), Atlético Morelia (1971-89)



ESTADIO 14 DE DICIEMBRE
City: Nuevo Necaxa, Puebla
Capacity: ?
Opening: December 11, 1964
Teams: Nuevo Necaxa



UNIDAD DEPORTIVA CREA (before called Casa de la Juventud)
City: Tijuana, Baja California
Capacity: ?
Opening: May 1, 1965
Matches: *Mexico National Team B 4 San Francisco 0
         *Los Angeles Kickers 3 Baja California XI 1
*1965 Pacific Coast International Tournament (Kennedy Cup)


 
ESTADIO TAMAULIPAS 
City: Tampico, Tamaulipas
Capacity: 22,348
Opening: April 30, 1966
Match: Combinado Ciudad Madero/Tampico 0 AS Monaco (FRA) 2 
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Prode 85 & México 86)
             League Second Level (1972-73, 1992-93 & 1993-94)
             Copa México Second Level (1966-67)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (1992-93)
Teams: Ciudad Madero (1966-75), Tampico (1966-70)(1970-77)(1977-83)(1995-98), Bravos (1977-78), Tampico-Madero (1982-1990)(1991-94)(2001-02)(2005-09), TM FC (2016-present)



MONUMENTAL ESTADIO AZTECA (during 1997 the stadium was called "Guillermo Cañedo") 
City: Coyoacán, Ciudad de México
Capacity: 87,000
Opening: May 29, 1966
Match: América 2 Torino (ITA) 2
Tournaments for countries: 
             Games of the XIX Olympiad, Football Tournament (1968)
             FIFA World Cup (1970 & 1986)
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (1969, 1972, 1977, 1980, 1993, 1996-97, 2000-01,
               2005, 2008-09, 2012-13 & 2015-17)
             FIFA World Cup U-20 (1983)
             FIFA World Cup U-17 (2011)
             FIFA Confederations Cup (1999)
             CONCACAF Gold Cup (1993 & 2003)
             CONCACAF Nations Cup (1977)
             CONCACAF Nations Cup Preliminary Competition (1969 & 1971)
             CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying (1971)
             CONCACAF U-17 World Cup Qualifying (1985)
             Panamerican Games (1975)
International Tournaments for clubs:
             Copa Interamericana (1968, 1971, 1977 & 1990)
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1969, 1971, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1992, 2003 & 2006)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 & 2018)
             Pre-Libertadores Tournament (1998, 1999, 2001 & 2004)
             Copa Libertadores (1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010 & 2011)
             Copa Merconorte (2000)
             Copa Sudamericana (2007)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73, 1973-74, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1983-84, 1984-85, 
                     Prode 85, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1990-91, 1992-93, 1994-95, 1995-96, Invierno 96, Verano 98, Invierno 98,
                     Verano 2002, Clausura 2005, Clausura 2007, Clausura 2013, Apertura 2013, Apertura 2014 & Apertura 2016)
             Copa México (1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1970-71, 1973-74, 1975-76 & 1990-91)
             Campeón de Campeones (1966-67, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1973-74, 1975-76, 1987-88, 1988-89, 2002-03 & 2004-05)
             League Second Level (1971-72, 1974-75, 1976-77, 1986-87 & 1987-88)
Teams: América (1966-present), Atlante (1966-83)(1996-2000)(2004-07), Necaxa (1966-71)(1982-2003), Atlético Español (1971-82), Cruz Azul (1971-1996), Tigrillos Coapa (2003-04), Socio Águila (2007-09)



ESTADIO LEÓN (also called: Nou Camp) 
City: León, Guanajuato
Capacity: 27,423
Opening: October 16, 1966
Match: León 2 América 1
"Official" Opening: February 1, 1967
Match: Santos FC (BRA) 2 River Plate (ARG) 1
Tournaments for countries: 
             Games of the XIX Olympiad, Football Tournament (1968)
             FIFA World Cup (1970 & 1986)
             FIFA World Cup U-20 (1983)
             CONCACAF U-20 Championship (1972)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1993 & 1998)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2014-15)
             Copa Libertadores (2013 & 2014)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1972-73, 1991-92, Apertura 2013 & Clausura 2014)
             Copa MX (Apertura 2015)
             League Second Level (1987-88, 1989-90, Verano 99, Verano 2003, Clausura 2004, Clausura 2005, Clausura 2007, Clausura 2008,
                                  Bicentenario 2010 & Clausura 2012)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (1998-99, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2007-08 & 2011-12)
Teams: León (1966-present), Unión de Curtidores (1974-75)(1976-78)



ESTADIO UNIVERSITARIO 
City: Monterrey, Nuevo León
Capacity: 41,650
Opening: May 30, 1967
Match: Monterrey 1 Atlético de Madrid  (ESP) 1
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup (1986)
             FIFA World Cup U-20 (1983)
             FIFA World Cup U-17 (2011)
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (1977, 2005 & 2008)
             CONCACAF Nations Cup (1977)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1979, 1981 & 1983)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2012-13, 2015-16, 2016-17 & 2018)
             Copa Libertadores (2005, 2006, 2012 & 2015)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1977-78, 1979-80, 1981-82, Invierno 2001, Apertura 2003, Apertura 2011, Apertura 2014, Apertura 2015, Apertura 2016, Clausura 2017 & Apertura 2017)
             Copa México (1975-76, 1989-90, 1995-96 & Clausura 2014)
             Supercopa MX (2013-14)
             League Second Level (1973-74, Invierno 96, Verano 97 & Verano 98)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (1997-98)
Teams: Tigres UANL (1967-present), Monterrey (1973-80), Tigrillos U.de N.L. (1996-99), Tigres B (2008-09)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE SALTILLO
City: Saltillo, Coahuila
Capacity: 5,000
Opening: 1968
Tournaments for countries: 
             CONCACAF U-20 Championship (1996)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Verano 2002)
Teams: Halcones Saltillo (1974-76), Leones Saltillo (1989-91), Coyotes Saltillo (1995-01), Tigrillos Saltillo (2001-03)



ESTADIO LUIS "PIRATA" DE LA FUENTE (before called: Estadio Veracruzano) 
City: Veracruz, Veracruz 
Capacity: 28,703
Inauguration: March 19, 1968
Opening: July 14, 1968
First soccer match: Veracruz 0 Toluca 0
Renamed: May 22, 1981
Tournaments for countries: 
             Central American & Caribbean Games (2014)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa MX (Clausura 2016)
             League Second Level (Invierno 2001 & Apertura 2010)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2001-02)
Several teams called Veracruz: (1968-84)(1989-2011)(2002)(2011-13)(2013-present), Tuberos (1976-82), Albinegros de Orizaba (2009-11)



ESTADIO CUAUHTÉMOC 
City: Puebla, Puebla
Capacity: 51,726
Opening: October 6, 1968
Matches: Puebla 1 América 7 (preliminary)
         Mexico National Team 1 Checoslovaquia Olympic 1
Reopening: November 17, 1985
Match: México 1 Argentina 1
Second Reopening: November 18, 2015
Match: Puebla 1 Boca Juniors (ARG) 0
Tournaments for countries: 
             Games of the XIX Olympiad, Football Tournament (1968)
             FIFA World Cup (1970 & 1986)
             FIFA World Cup U-20 (1983)
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (1976 & 2004)
             Panamerican Games (1975)
             CONCACAF U-20 Championship (1972 & 2013)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1975, 1984, 1991 & 1993)
             Copa Libertadores (2016)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1972-73, 1982-83, 1989-90 & 1991-92)
             Copa México (1987-88, 1989-90 & 1994-95)
             Campeón de Campeones (1987-88)
             League Second Level (1990-91, Apertura 2005 & Apertura 2006)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2005-06 & 2006-07)
Teams: Puebla (1968-99), (1999-present), Oaxtepec (1982-83), Ángeles (1984-88)(1999-2000), San Sebastián UC (2001), Lobos BUAP (2006-12)



ESTADIO UNIVERSITARIO SAN JORGE
City: Colima, Colima
Capacity: ?
Opening: October 6, 1968
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1989)



ESTADIO SERGIO LEÓN CHÁVEZ (before called: Estadio Irapuato)
Capacity: 28,500
City: Irapuato, Guanajuato
Opening: October 27, 1968
Match: Irapuato 1 Spain Olympic 2
"Official" opening: March 23, 1969
Match: Irapuato FC 1 Mexico National Team 4
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup (1986)
             FIFA World Cup U-20 (1983)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1972-73, 1977-78, 1984-85, 1993-94, Invierno 99, Verano 2000, Invierno 2002, Apertura 2008,
                                  Apertura 2009 & Clausura 2011)
             Promotion Playoff Second League (2002-03 & 2010-11)
Several teams called Irapuato: (1968-82),(1983-2001),(2002-04),(2005-06),(2008-13), (2014-15)



UNIDAD DEPORTIVA CENTENARIO 
City: Cuernavaca, Morelos
Capacity: 14,500
Opening: 1969
Reopening: April, 2009
Teams: Atlético Cuernavaca (1970-73)(1991-94), Morelos (1977-79), Galicia (1989-90), Marte Morelos (1992-98), Pumas Morelos (2006-13), Ballenas Galeana (2013-14), Zacatepec 1948 (2013-14)



ESTADIO HERIBERTO JARA CORONA 
City: Poza Rica, Veracruz
Capacity: 10,000
Opening: November 30, 1969
Teams: Poza Rica (1969-70)(1982-86)



ESTADIO CORONA (before called: Estadio Moctezuma)
City: Torreón, Coahuila 
Capacity: 18,000
Opening: July 2, 1970
Match: Torreón 1 Guadalajara 3
Reopening: April 23, 1986
Match: Mexico National Team "B" 1 Universidad de Chile (CHI) 0
Demolition: November 2, 2009
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1995 & 2002)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2008-09)
             Copa Merconorte (2001)
             Copa Libertadores (2004)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1993-94, Invierno 96, Verano 2000, Verano 2001 & Clausura 2008)
Teams: Torreón (1970-74), Laguna (1976-78), Santos Laguna (1983-2009)



ESTADIO GREGORIO "TEPA" GÓMEZ
City: Tepatitlán de Morelos, Jalisco
Capacity: 10,000
Opening: September of 1970
Match: Club Tepatitlán 0 Guadalajara 3
Reopening: 2016



ESTADIO ANTONIO MODESTO QUIRASCO 
City: Jalapa, Veracruz 
Capacity: ?
Opening: October 13, 1970 
Match: Universidad Veracruzana 2 Pumas UNAM 4
Teams: Universidad Veracruzana



ESTADIO 3 DE MARZO 
City: Zapopan, Jalisco
Capacity: 25,000
Opening: November 28, 1971
Match: U.A.de Guadalajara 3 Uruapan 0
"Official" opening: March 3, 1985
Match: U.A.de Guadalajara 1 Guadalajara 2
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup (1986)
             CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying (2000)
             CONCACAF U-20 Championship (1996)
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1995)
             Copa Libertadores (2010)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1993-94 & Clausura 2005)
             League Second Level (Clausura 2014)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2013-14)
Teams: Tecos UAG/Estudiantes UAG (1971-2014)



CAMPO DEL CLUB DEPORTIVO GUADALAJARA "ANACLETO MACÍAS TOLÁN"
City: Guadalajara, Jalisco
Opening: August 5, 1973
Match: Tapatío 3 Uruapan 0
Closing: December of 2013
Teams: Tapatío



UNIDAD DEPORTIVA ACAPULCO
City: Acapulco, Guerrero
Capacity: 13,000
Opening: c. 1973
Teams: Inter Acapulco (1973-76)(1977-78), Guerreros Acapulco (1990-91), Delfines Acapulco (1991-93), Acapulco (1994-97), Potros Guerrero (2001), Deportivo Acapulco (2002-04)



ESTADIO COLIMA
City: Colima, Colima
Capacity: 12,000
Opening: 1976
"Official" opening: May 29, 1982
Match: Combinado UAG-UNAM 3 Atlético de Madrid (ESP) 3
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1989)



ESTADIO GASMART (before called: Estadio Nacional de Tijuana, Estadio Cerro Colorado, Estadio Potros, Calimax)
City: Tijuana, Baja California
Capacity: 16,811
Opening: 1977
Reopening: December 27, 1997
Match: Chivas Tijuana 1 Guadalajara 2
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1989-90 & Invierno 98)
Teams: Inter Tijuana (1989-97), Chivas Tijuana (1997-99), Nacional Tijuana (1999-2003), Trotamundos (2003)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO BENITO JUÁREZ
City: Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
Capacity: 22,300
Opening: May 12, 1981
Match: Mexico National Team 0 Atlético de Madrid (ESP) 0
Domestic Championship Finals
             League Second Level (1987-88, Apertura 2003, Clausura 2006, Apertura 2007, Apertura 2015, Clausura 2017 & Apertura 2017)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2007-08 & 2015-16)
Teams: Cobras (1987-94)(2001-05), Tigres Juárez (1999-2001), Indios (2005-11), FC Juárez (2015-present)



ESTADIO UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE NEZAHUALCOYOTL (before called: José López Portillo, Neza '86)
City: Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl, Estado de México 
Capacity: 20,000
Opening: August 27, 1981
Match: Deportivo Neza 1 Boca Juniors (ARG) 1
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup (1986)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Verano 97)
             League Second Level (Verano 2001 & Clausura 2013)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2012-13)
Teams: Coyotes Neza (1981-88), Potros Neza (1988-89), U.T.Neza (1991-93), Toros Neza (1993-02), Atlante (2002-04), Atlante Neza (2004-05), Atlante UTN (2009-11), Neza FC (2011-13) 



ESTADIO ADOLFO LÓPEZ MATEOS
City: Manzanillo, Colima
Capacity: ?
Opening: September of 1981



ESTADIO MARIANO MATAMOROS 
City: Xochitepec, Morelos
Capacity: 16,000
Opening: 1981
Teams: Colibríes Morelos (2003), Leones Morelos (2004)



ESTADIO SANTA CRUZ-IMSS
City: Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala 
Capacity: ?
Opening: April 29, 1982 
Match: Atlante 1 Atletas Campesinos 0



ESTADIO VÍCTOR MANUEL REYNA (also called: Estadio Zoque)
City: Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas
Capacity: 23,508
Opening: 1982
Match: Estudiantes de Chiapas - América -
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (2008)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             Copa Libertadores (2011)
Teams: Atlético Chiapas (2001-02), Jaguares Chiapas (2002-13), Chiapas Jaguar (2013-17)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO ANDRÉS QUINTANA ROO
City: Cancún, Quintana Roo
Capacity: 20,000
Opening: July 28, 1984
Match: Pioneros de Cancún 1 Corsarios de Campeche 1
Reopening: August 11, 2007
Match: Atlante 1 Pumas UNAM 0
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (2008)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2008-09)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Apertura 2007)
             Copa MX (Clausura 2013)
             League Second Level (Apertura 2015 & Apertura 2016)
Teams: Atlante (2007-present)



ESTADIO LA CORREGIDORA 
City: Querétaro, Querétaro
Capacity: 45,575
Opening: February 5, 1985
Match: Mexico 5 Poland 0
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup (1986)
             FIFA World Cup U-17 (2011)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1985, 1992 & 1996)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2015-16)
             Copa Libertadores (2011)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (1984-85 & Clausura 2015)
             Copa México (1987-88 & Apertura 2016)
             League Second Level (1985-86, 1986-87, Clausura 2005, Clausura 2006 & Apertura 2008)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2004-05, 2005-06 & 2008-09)
Teams: Cobras (1985-87), U.A.Querétaro (1985-95), Cruz Azul (Prode 85), Querétaro (1988-94), Atlante (1989-90), TM Gallos Blancos (1994-95), 
       Halcones (1997-2001), Pumas UNAM (1999), Several teams called Gallos Blancos (2001-02),(2002-04),(2004-07),(2007-13),(2013-present)



ESTADIO HÉROE DE NACOZARI 
City: Hermosillo, Sonora 
Capacity: 18,747
Opening: August 5, 1985 
Reopening: January 8, 2016
Match: Cimarrones 1 Alebrijes 1
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (1994)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1995-96)
Teams: Gallos Blancos (1995-96), Coyotes Sonora (2005-06), Guerreros Hermosillo (2009-10), Cimarrones Sonora (2016-present)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO SECCIÓN 24
City: Salamanca, Guanajuato
Capacity: 15,000
Opening: 1985
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Apertura 2006)
Teams: Trotamundos Salamanca (2004), Petroleros Salamanca (2005-09)



ESTADIO MUNICIPAL LOS PINOS
City: Cuautitlán, Estado de México
Capacity: 5,000
Opening: 1985
Teams: Truenos S.U.O.O. (1985-93), Cuautitlán (1997-99)



ESTADIO FRANCISCO VILLA 
City: Zacatecas, Zacatecas
Capacity: 16,000
Opening: June 12, 1986
Match: Universidad de Guadalajara 1 South Korea (U-17) 0
Reopening: 2014
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Invierno 97 & Clausura 2016)
Teams: Real Sociedad (1996-2003), Mineros (2014-present)



ESTADIO CANCÚN '86 
City: Cancún, Quintana Roo 
Capacity: 6,390
Opening: December 27, 1986 
Match: Pioneros de Cancún 2 Pumas UNAM 2
Teams: Pioneros Cancún  



ESTADIO CARLOS ITURRALDE RIVERO 
City: Mérida, Yucatán
Capacity: 18,000
Opening: June 6, 1987
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1988-89, Invierno 98 & Clausura 2009)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (1998-99 & 2008-09)
Teams: Atlético Yucatán (1988-01)(2002-03), Mérida FC (2003-05)(2008-15), Venados FC (2015-present)



ESTADIO BENITO JUÁREZ
City: Oaxaca, Oaxaca
Capacity: 12,500
Opening: December 13, 1987
Match: Chapulineros de Oaxaca 1 Pioneros de Cancún 3
Demolition: February of 2016
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Apertura 2005)
Teams: Chapulineros Oaxaca (2001-03), Cruz Azul Oaxaca (2003-06), Alebrijes Oaxaca (2013-16)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE TAPACHULA 
City: Tapachula, Chiapas
Capacity: 13,300
Opening: February 5, 1989 
Match: América 2 Aurora (GUA) 0
Teams: Cafetaleros Tapachula (2015-present)



ESTADIO GENERALÍSIMO JOSÉ MARÍA MORELOS Y PAVÓN 
City: Morelia, Michoacán.
Capacity: 38,869
Opening: April 9, 1989
Match: Morelia 2 América 1
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup U-17 (2011)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             Pre-libertadores Tournament (2001)
             Copa Libertadores (2002, 2010, 2014 & 2015)
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (2002 & 2003)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2011-12)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Invierno 2000, Apertura 2002, Clausura 2003 & Clausura 2011)
             Copa MX (Apertura 2013)
             Supercopa MX (2013-14)
Teams: Atlético Morelia/Monarcas Morelia (1989-present)



ESTADIO MIGUEL HIDALGO 
City: Pachuca, Hidalgo
Capacity: 27,512
Opening: February 14, 1993
Match: Pachuca 0 Pumas UNAM 2
Reopening: August 1, 2004
Match: Pachuca 2 Pumas UNAM 1
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup U-17 (2011)
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (2004)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             Copa Merconorte (2000)
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (2002, 2004, 2007 & 2008)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2009-10, 2014-15 & 2016-17)
             Pre-libertadores Tournament (2004)
             Copa Libertadores (2005 & 2009)
             Copa Sudamericana (2006 & 2007)
             Recopa Sudamericana (2007)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Invierno 99, Verano 2001, Invierno 2001, Apertura 2003, Clausura 2006, Clausura 2007, Clausura 2009,
                     Clausura 2014 & Clausura 2016)
             Campeón de Campeones (2003-04 & 2005-06)
             League Second Level (1994-95, 1995-96, Invierno 96 & Invierno 97)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (1997-98)
Teams: Pachuca (1993-present)



ESTADIO DOMINGO VELÁZQUEZ
City: San Francisco del Rincón, Guanajuato
Capacity: 11,500
Opening: 1994
Teams: Atlético San Francisco (1994-99)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO UNIVERSITARIO DE COLIMA
City: Colima, Colima
Capacity: 20,000
Opening: 1994
Reopening: 2016
Teams: Loros U. de Colima



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE LA B.U.A.P.
City: Puebla, Puebla
Capacity: 20,411
Opening: 1997
Reopening: January of 2012
Match: February 10, 2012
Lobos BUAP 1 Necaxa 2
Tournaments for countries: 
             CONCACAF U-20 Championship (2013)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa MX (Clausura 2015)
             League Second Level (Clausura 2012 & Clausura 2017)
             Playoff Promotion Second Level (2016-17)
Teams: Lobos BUAP (2005-06)(2012-present), Puebla (2015)



ESTADIO EL LLANITO
City: Cihuatlán, Jalisco
Capacity: 5,000
Opening: 1998
Teams: Atlético Cihuatlán (2002-03)



ESTADIO ALFONSO LASTRAS RAMÍREZ
City: San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí
Capacity: 24,576
Opening: May 25, 1999
Match: Real San Luis 3 Atlético Chiapas 0
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (2005)
International Tournaments for clubs:             
             Copa Sudamericana (2008)
             Copa Libertadores (2009, 2010 & 2011)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Clausura 2006)
             League Second Level (Verano 2002, Apertura 2004 & Clausura 2015)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2001-02 & 2004-05)
Teams: San Luis (2003-13), Atlético San Luis (2013-16), Atlético de San Luis (2017-present)



CENTRO DE ALTO RENDIMIENTO FMF
City: Ciudad de México
Capacity: 0
Opening: 1999
Teams: Potros DF (2002)



ESTADIO MARIO VILLANUEVA MADRID
City: Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo
Capacity: 7,000
Opening: 1999



ESTADIO VICTORIA 
City: Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
Capacity: 25,994
Opening: July 26, 2003
Match: Necaxa 0 Guadalajara 1
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (2004)
International Tournaments for clubs:
             Copa Libertadores (2007)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Apertura 2009, Bicentenario 2010, Clausura 2013, Apertura 2013, Apertura 2014 & Clausura 2016)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2014-15 & 2015-16)
Teams: Necaxa (2003-present)



ESTADIO BANORTE (before called: Carlos González y González)
City: Culiacán, Sinaloa
Capacity: 23,000
Opening: August 9, 2003
Match: Dorados 4 Cobras 2
Tournaments for countries: 
             CONCACAF U-17 World Cup Qualifying (2005)
             CONCACAF U-20 Championship (2007)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Apertura 2003, Clausura 2004, Clausura 2007, Apertura 2007, Clausura 2008, Apertura 2012,
                                  Clausura 2015 & Apertura 2016)
             Playoff Promotion Second Level (2003-04, 2006-07, 2014-15 & 2016-17)
Teams: Dorados Sinaloa (2003-present)



ESTADIO ALTAMIRA 
City: Ciudad de Altamira, Tamaulipas
Capacity: 13,500
Opening: October 19, 2003
Match: Estudiantes de Santander 1 Acapulco FC 0
Teams: Estudiantes de Santander (2003-05), Altamira (2010-15)



ESTADIO CENTENARIO 
City: Los Mochis, Sinaloa
Capacity: 15,000
Opening: September 29, 2004
Match: Tigrillos Broncos 1 Colima FC 1
Teams: Tigrillos Broncos (2004-05), Tigres Mochis (2005-07), Murciélagos (2015-present)



ESTADIO OLÍMPICO UNIVERSITARIO JOSÉ REYES BAEZA (UACH)
City: Chihuahua, Chihuahua
Capacity: 22,000
Opening: 2007



ESTADIO CALIENTE 
City: Tijuana, Baja California
Capacity: 29,333
Opening: November 11, 2007
Match: Tijuana 2 Pumas Morelos 1
Tournaments for countries: 
             CONCACAF U-17 World Cup Qualifying (2009)
International Tournaments for clubs:
             Copa Libertadores (2013)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2013-14 & 2018)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Apertura 2012)
             League Second Level (Clausura 2009, Apertura 2010 & Clausura 2011)
             Promotion Playoff Second Level (2010-11)
Teams: Club Tijuana (2007-present)



ESTADIO CORONA TERRITORIO SANTOS MODELO 
City: Torreón, Coahuila
Capacity: 30,000
Opening: November 11, 2009
Match: Santos Laguna 2 Santos FC (BRA) 1
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup U-17 (2011) 
             FIFA World Cup Qualifying (2012)
International Tournaments for clubs:
             CONCACAF Champions League (2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 & 2015-16)
             Copa Libertadores (2014)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Bicentenario 2010, Apertura 2010, Apertura 2011, Clausura 2012 & Clausura 2015)
             Copa MX (Apertura 2014)
Teams: Santos Laguna (2009-present)



ESTADIO CHIVAS (before called: Estadio Omnilife) 
City: Zapopan, Jalisco
Capacity: 49,850
Opening: July 30, 2010
Match: Guadalajara 3 Manchester United (ENG) 2
Tournaments for countries: 
             FIFA World Cup U-17 (2011)
             Panamerican Games (2011)
International Tournaments for clubs:
             Copa Libertadores (2010 & 2012)
             CONCACAF Champions League (2012-13 & 2018)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Clausura 2017)
             Copa MX (Clausura 2017)
Teams: Guadalajara (2010-present)



ARENA CORA 
City: Tepic, Nayarit
Capacity: 12,945
Opening: June 25, 2011
Match: Guadalajara 0 Toluca 1
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Apertura 2014)
Teams: Coras FC (2014-2017)



UNIDAD DEPORTIVA SOLIDARIDAD
City: Reynosa, Tamaulipas
Capacity: 20,000
Opening: September 27, 2013



ESTADIO BBVA BANCOMER
City: Guadalupe, Nuevo León
Capacity: 53,500
Opening: August 2, 2015
Match: Monterrey 3 Benfica (POR) 0
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions League (2016-17)
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League (Clausura 2016 & Apertura 2017)
             Copa MX (Apertura 2017)
Teams: Monterrey (2015-present)



ESTADIO INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE OAXACA
City: Oaxaca, Oaxaca
Capacity: 15,200
Opening: March 27, 2016
Match: Alebrijes de Oaxaca 1 Pumas UNAM 1
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Apertura 2017)
Teams: Alebrijes de Oaxaca (2016-present)



FEDERACIÓN MEXICANA DE FUTBOL “LA NUEVA CASA DEL FUTBOL”
City: Toluca, Estado de México
The complex includes the offices of Mexican FA, training fields and a main soccer ground
Opening: December 13, 2016



OTHER STADIUMS

PARQUE ESPAÑA TAMPICO
City: Tampico, Tamaulipas
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
Teams: Tampico (1945-46)

ESTADIO JESÚS "PALILLO" MARTÍNEZ
City: Iztacalco, Mexico City
Capacity: 6,000
Opening: ?
Tournaments for countries: 
             CONCACAF U-17 World Cup Qualifying (1985)
             Central American & Caribbean Games (1990)

ESTADIO DEPORTIVO MORELOS
City: Cuernavaca, Morelos
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
Teams: Marte (1953-56)

CAMPO MORELIA (Also called Campo de los Canarios)
City: Morelia, Michoacán
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
Closing: ?
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México Second Level (1950-51 & 1955-56)
             Campeón de Campeones Second Level (1955-56)
Teams: Morelia (1950-61)

PARQUE DEL BALNEARIO EL ALMEAL
City: Cuautla, Morelos
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
Closing: ?
Teams: Cuautla (1952-61)

ESTADIO INDEPENDIENTE
City: Morelia, Michoacán
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
Closing: ?
Teams: Morelia (1961-64)

ESTADIO OLÍMPICO NICOLÁS ÁLVAREZ ORTEGA
City: Tepic, Nayarit
Capacity: 7,000
Opening: ?
Closing: March of 2009
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (1981-82)
             Copa México Second Level (1961-62)
Teams: Tepic (1959-72)(1976-96), Universidad de Nayarit (1972-76), Chivas Coras (2005-06)

CAMPO ROMERO MANZO
City: Tijuana, Baja California
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

ESTADIO VÍCTOR EDUARDO SEVILLA TORRES
City: Tecoman, Colima
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

ESTADIO IAETAC
City: Tecoman, Colima
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

ESTADIO RAFAEL MURILLO VIDAL
City: Córdoba, Veracruz
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

ESTADIO METROPOLITANO DE NEZAHUALCOYOTL
City: Nezahualcoyotl, Estado de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

CAMPO ANDRÉS YÁÑEZ MONTES
City: Ciudad Valles, San Luis PotosÌ
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

ESTADIO REDES
City: Chapala, Jalisco
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

ESTADIO PABLO HERRERA
City: Pénjamo, Guanajuato
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

ESTADIO RODOLFO VITELA
City: Zacapú, Michoacán
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

CAMPO JOSÉ NIETO PIÑA
City: Guanajuato, Guanajuato
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?

ESTADIO OLÍMPICO IDEA
City: Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             CONCACAF Champions Cup (2003)

UNIDAD DEPORTIVA CUAUHTÉMOC IMSS
City: Naucalpan, Estado de México
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
Domestic Championship Finals:
             Copa México Second Level (1971-72)
Teams: Naucalpan

CAMPO DE ENTRENAMIENTO LA PRIMAVERA
City: Guadalajara, Jalisco
Opening: ?
International Tournaments for clubs: 
             Cup Winners Cup CONCACAF (1991)

ESTADIO UNIVERSITARIO EUGENIO ALVIZU PORRAS
City: Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?
Domestic Championship Finals:
             League Second Level (Verano 97)
Teams: U.A.Tamaulipas (1996-97)

CENTRO DE CAPACITACIÓN FMF
City: Coyoacán, Ciudad de México
Opening: 1970
Closing: 1999
Tournaments for countries: 
             CONCACAF U-17 World Cup Qualifying (1985)

ESTADIO DELFÍN (CAMPUS II UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DEL CARMEN)
City: Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche
Capacity: 26,100
Opening: ?
Teams: Delfines (2013-14)

ESTADIO LAS ÁNIMAS
City: Yahualica, Jalisco
Capacity: 12,000
Opening: ?

ESTADIO UNIDAD DEPORTIVA ADOLFO LÓPEZ MATEOS
City: Apatzingán, Michoacan
Capacity: ?
Opening: ?



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Prepared and maintained by Erik Franciso Lugo and Martín Toscano for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Authors: Erik Franciso Lugo (eaglelugo@yahoo.com.mx) and Martín Toscano (martinblue517@gmail.com)
Last updated: 7 Dec 2017

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