Mexican Soccer Stadiums Second Level 1994-present


ESTADIO AGUSTÍN "CORUCO" DÍAZ
CITY: Zacatepec
PROVINCE: Morelos
OPENING: November 30, 1964 (first)
         August, 27, 2014 (second)
CAPACITY: 24,443
TEAMS: Zacatepec (1994-Apertura 2003) (Clausura 2006-Apertura 2006); Águilas Riviera Maya (Apertura 2005)*; 
       Zacatepec Siglo XXI (2014-17); Atlético Zacatepec (2017-20)
FINALS: Verano 1998, Invierno 1999, Apertura 2019
CLOSING: 2013*
*The original stadium was demolished, in the same place was built the new one.


ESTADIO CARLOS ITURRALDE RIVERO
CITY: Mérida
PROVINCE: Yucatán
OPENING: June 6, 1987
CAPACITY: 18,000
TEAMS: Yucatán (1994-2001); Atlético Yucatán (2002-03); Mérida FC (2003-05) (2008-15); Venados FC (2015-21)
FINALS: Invierno 1998, Clausura 2009
PROMOTION FINALS: 1998-99, 2008-09


ESTADIO NACIONAL DE TIJUANA (also called: Cerro Colorado)
CITY: Tijuana
PROVINCE: Baja California
OPENING: October 12, 1977 (for baseball)
CAPACITY: 16,811
TEAMS: Inter Tijuana (1994-97); Chivas Tijuana (Verano 1998-Verano 1999); Nacional Tijuana (1999-2003); 
       Trotamundos (Apertura 2003)
FINALS: Invierno 1998
ALL-STAR MATCH: 2002-03


ESTADIO MIGUEL HIDALGO
CITY: Pachuca de Soto
PROVINCE: Hidalgo
OPENING: February 14, 1993
CAPACITY: 27,512
TEAMS: Pachuca (1994-96) (1997-98); Atlético Hidalgo (Invierno 1996-Verano 1997); Pachuca Jrs. (2004-05); 
       Indios Juárez (Apertura 2005)*
FINALS: 1994-95, 1995-96, Iniverno 1996, Invierno 1997
PROMOTION FINALS: 1997-98


ESTADIO JUAN NEPOMUCENO LÓPEZ
CITY: La Piedad de Cabadas
PROVINCE: Michoacán
OPENING: August 28, 1994
CAPACITY: 17,000
TEAMS: La Piedad (1994-2001) (Invierno 2002) (2009-13); Chivas La Piedad (2004-05)
FINALS: Invierno 2000, Verano 2001, Invierno 2002, Apertura 2011, Apertura 2012
PROMOTION FINALS: 2000-01, 2012-13


ESTADIO LA CORREGIDORA
CITY: Santiago de Querétaro
PROVINCE: Querétaro
OPENING: February 5, 1985
CAPACITY: 45,575
TEAMS: Gallos Blancos (1994-96); Halcones de Querétaro (1997-01); Querétaro (2001-02) (2004-06) (2007-09); 
       Club Celaya (Clausura 2007)*
FINALS: Clausura 2005, Clausura 2006, Apertura 2008
PROMOTION FINALS: 2004-05, 2005-06, 2008-09


ESTADIO MARIANO MATAMOROS
City: Xochitepec
PROVINCE: Morelos
OPENING: 1981
CAPACITY: 16,000
TEAMS: Marte morelos (1994-97); Leones Morelos (Clausura 2004)


ESTADIO MIGUEL ALEMÁN VALDEZ
CITY: Celaya
PROVINCE: Guanajuato
OPENING: August 30, 1954
CAPACITY: 32,300
TEAMS: Atlético Celaya (1994-95); Cajeteros Celaya (Verano 2003-Clausura 2005); Club Celaya (Clausura 2007) (2013-present);
       Celaya FC (2011-13)
FINALS: 1994-95


ESTADIO MUNICIPAL DE AGUASCALIENTES
CITY: Aguascalientes
PROVINCE: Aguascalientes
OPENING: 1942
CAPACITY: 8,000
TEAMS: Halcones Aguascalientes (1994-95); Chivas Tijuana (Invierno 1997)*; Gallos Aguascalientes (1998-2002)
FINALS: Invierno 2000
PROMOTION FINALS: 2000-01
ALL-STAR MATCH: 2000-01
CLOSING: 2002


ESTADIO NICOLÁS ÁLVAREZ ORTEGA
CITY: Tepic
PROVINCE: Nayarit
OPENING: 1947
CAPACITY: 7,200
TEAMS: Tepic (1994-96); Chivas Coras (2005-06)
CLOSING: 2009


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE VILLAHERMOSA
CITY: Villahermosa
PROVINCE: Tabasco
OPENING: October 4, 1964
CAPACITY: 5,000
TEAMS: Caimanes (1994-95); Lagartos (Verano 2003-Clausura 2006); Guerreros (Apertura 2006); Pumas Tabasco (2020-present)


ESTADIO PLAN DE SAN LUIS
CITY: San Luis Potosí
PROVINCE: San Luis Potosí
OPENING: November 20, 1957
CAPACITY: 20,000
TEAMS: San Luis (1994-02)
FINALS: Invierno 2001
ALL-STAR MATCH: 1997-98


ESTADIO SAN FRANCISCO
CITY: San Francisco del Rincón
PROVINCE: Guanajuato
OPENING: 1994
CAPACITY: 11,500
TEAMS: Atletico San Francisco (1994-99)
CLOSING: 2012


ESTADIO SERGIO LEÓN CHÁVEZ (before called: Estadio Irapuato)
CITY: Irapuato
PROVINCE: Guanajuato
OPENING: October 27, 1968 (unnofficial); official: March 23, 1969
CAPACITY: 28,500
TEAMS: Irapuato (1994-2000) (2002-03) (2005-06) (2008-14)
FINALS: Invierno 1999, Verano 2000, Invierno 2002, Apertura 2008, Apertura 2009, Clausura 2011
PROMOTION FINALS: 2002-03, 2010-11
ALL-STAR MATCH: 1999-00


UNIDAD DEPORTIVA ACAPULCO
CITY: Acapulco
PROVINCE: Guerrero
OPENING: October 12, 1971
CAPACITY: 13,000
TEAMS: Guerreros Acapulco (1994-97); Potros Guerrero (Invierno 2001); Deportivo Acapulco (Verano 2002-Clausura 2004)


ESTADIO 10 DE DICIEMBRE
CITY: Ciudad Cooperativa Cruz Azul (Jasso)
PROVINCE: Hidalgo
OPENING: April 9, 1961
CAPACITY: 17,000
TEAMS: Cruz Azul Hidalgo (1995-2003) (2006-14); Lobos UAP (Invierno 1999)*
FINALS: Verano 1999, Verano 2000


ESTADIO HÉROE DE NACOZARI
CITY: Hermosillo
PROVINCE: Sonora
OPENING: August 5, 1985
CAPACITY: 18,747
TEAMS: Gallos Blancos (1995-96); Coyotes Sonora (2005-06); Guerreros Hermosillo (2009-Apertura 2010); 
       Cimarrones (2019-present)
FINALS: 1995-96


ESTADIO MARTE RODOLFO GÓMEZ SEGURA
CITY: Ciudad Victoria
PROVINCE: Tamaulipas
OPENING: October 19, 1938
CAPACITY: 18,000
TEAMS: Correcaminos U.A.T. (1995-96) (1997-98) (1999-present)
FINALS: Apertura 2011, Clausura 2014
PROMOTION FINALS: 2011-12
ALL-STAR MATCH: 1998-99


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE SALTILLO (also called: Francisco I. Madero)
CITY: Saltillo
PROVINCE: Coahuila
OPENING: c.1969
CAPACITY: 5,000
TEAMS: Saltillo Soccer (1995-2001); Tigrillos Saltillo (2001-03)
FINALS: Verano 2002


ESTADIO TAMAULIPAS
CITY: Tampico/Ciudad Madero
PROVINCE: Tamaulipas
OPENING: April 30, 1966
CAPACITY: 22,348
TEAMS: Tampico (1995-98); Tampico Madero (2001-02) (2005-09); Guerreros Hermosillo (Apertura 2010)*; TM FC (2016-present)
FINALS: Guard1anes 2020
SUPERCUP FINALS: 2020-21


ESTADIO UNIVERSITARIO
CITY: San Nicolás de los Garza
PROVINCE: Nuevo León
OPENING: May 30, 1967
CAPACITY: 41,650
TEAMS: Tigres U.A.N.L. (1996-97); Tigrillos (1996-99); Tampico (1995-96)*; San Luis (Verano 1997)*; 
       Tigrillos Saltillo (Apertura 2002)*; Tigrillos Broncos (Apertura 2004)*; Tigres B (2008-09)
FINALS: Invierno 1996, Verano 1997, Verano 1998
PROMOTION FINALS: 1997-98
ALL-STAR MATCH: 1996-97


ESTADIO EUGENIO ALVIZO PORRAS
CITY: Ciudad Victoria
PROVINCE: Tamaulipas
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Correcaminos U.A.T. (Invierno 1996-Verano 1997) (Invierno 1998) (2003-04) (Apertura 2005)
FINALS: Verano 1997


ESTADIO CARLOS VEGA VILLALBA (before called: Francisco Villa)
CITY: Zacatecas
PROVINCE: Zacatecas
OPENING: June 12, 1986
CAPACITY: 20,068
TEAMS: Real Sociedad (1996-2003); Gallos Aguascalientes (Verano 2002)*; Mineros (2014-present)
FINALS: Invierno 1997, Clausura 2016


ESTADIO NEMESIO DÍEZ (also called: Toluca 70-86, La Bombonera)
CITY: Toluca de Lerdo
PROVINCE: Estado de México
OPENING: August 8, 1954 (first)
         July 20, 2017 (second)
CAPACITY: 21,000
TEAMS: Atlético Mexiquense (1997-2005) (2008-09)
FINALS: Apertura 2005


ESTADIO 3 DE MARZO
CITY: Zapopan
PROVINCE: Jalisco
OPENING: November 28, 1971 (unnoficial)
         Marxh, 3, 1985 (official)
CAPACITY: 25,000
TEAMS: Jaguares Colima (Invierno 1997)*; Chivas Tijuana (Invierno 1997)*; Tecos UAG A (2006-09); 
       Guerreros Hermosillo (Apertura 2010)*; Estudiantes Tecos (2012-14)
FINALS: Clausura 2014
PROMOTION FINALS: 2013-14


ESTADIO ALBERTO "CHIVO" CÓRDOVA
CITY: Toluca de Lerdo
PROVINCE: Estado de México
OPENING: November 5, 1964
CAPACITY: 32,000
TEAMS: Atlético Mexiquense (Verano 1998)*; Potros U.A.E.M. (2016-Apertura 2019)


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE LA CIUDAD DE LOS DEPORTES (before called: Azul, Azulgrana)
CITY: Ciudad de México
PROVINCE: Ciudad de México
OPENING: October 6, 1946
CAPACITY: 35,861
TEAMS: Cruz Azul Hidalgo (Verano 1998) (Invierno 1998) (Verano 2000) (Invierno 2002) (Clausura 2011)*;
       Atlante (2020-present)
FINALS: Guard1anes 2020


ESTADIO I.A.E.T.A.C.
CITY: Tecomán
PROVINCE: Colima
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: 13,000
TEAMS: Jaguares Colima (1997-99); Huracanes Colima (Clausura 2005)*


ESTADIO JALISCO
CITY: Guadalajara
PROVINCE: Jalisco
OPENING: January 31, 1960
CAPACITY: 56,713
TEAMS: Bachilleres (1997-2002); Chivas Tijuana (Invierno 1997)*; Tapatío (2002-03) (Clausura 2004) (Clausura 2007-09);
       Académicos (Apertura 2008)*; Uniersidad de Guadalajara (2009-14) (2015-present)
FINALS: Verano 2003, Apertura 2013, Clausura 2018
PROMOTION FINALS: 2013-14


ESTADIO LEÓN (also called: Nou Camp)
CITY: León
PROVINCE: Guanajuato
OPENING: October 16, 1966 (unofficial)
         February 1, 1967 (official)
CAPACITY: 27,423
TEAMS: Club Curtidores (1997-99); Irapuato (Verano 1999)*; León (2002-12)
FINALS: Verano 1999, Verano 2003, Clausura 2004, Clausura 2005, Clausura 2007, Clausura 2008, Bicentenario 2010, 
        Clausura 2012
PROMOTION FINALS: 1998-99, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2007-08, 2011-12
ALL-STAR MATCH: 2004-05


ESTADIO MUNICIPAL LOS PINOS
CITY: Cuautitlán de Romero Rubio
PROVINCE: Estado de México
OPENING: December of 1972
CAPACITY: 5,000
TEAMS: Truenos Cuautitlán (1997-99)


UNIDAD DEPORTIVA CENTENARIO
CITY: Cuernavaca
PROVINCE: Morelos
OPENING: April 17, 1969
CAPACITY: 14,500
TEAMS: Marte Morelos/Potros Marte (1997-98) (2000-01); Pumas Morelos (2006-13); Ballenas Galeana (2013-14);
       Zacatepec 1948 (2013-14)*; Zacatepec Siglo XXI (Apertura 2014)*; Atlético Zacatepec (Apertura 2017)*


ESTADIO LUIS "PIRATA" DE LA FUENTE
CITY: Boca del Río
PROVINCE: Veracruz
OPENING: March 16, 1968
CAPACITY: 28,703
TEAMS: Veracruz (1998-2002) (2008-13); Tiburones Rojos Coatzacoalcos (Apertura 2007)*; Albinegros (2009-11)
FINALS: Invierno 2001, Apertura 2010
PROMOTION FINALS: 2001-02
ALL-STAR MATCH: 2001-02


ESTADIO TECNOLÓGICO
CITY: Monterrey
PROVINCE: Nuevo León
OPENING: July 17, 1950
CAPACITY: 36,845
TEAMS: Saltillo Soccer (Verano 1999)*; Rayados A (Apertura 2005)*; Guerreros Hermosillo (Apertura 2010)*
CLOSING: March 0f 2018


ESTADIO COLIMA
CITY: Colima
PROVINCE: Colima
OPENING: c.1976
         May, 29 1982 (official)
CAPACITY: 12,000
TEAMS: Jaguares Colima (1999-2000); Huracanes (2004-05); Pegaso Real Colima (2006-09)


ESTADIO CUAUHTÉMOC
CITY: Puebla de Zaragoza
PROVINCE: Puebla
OPENING: October 6, 1968 (first)
         November 18, 2015 (second)
CAPACITY: 51,726
TEAMS: Ángeles (Invierno 1999-Invierno 2000); Lobos U.A.P. (Invierno 1999); San Sebastián UC (Verano 2001);
       Lobos B.U.A.P. (Apertura 2004)* (Clausura 2006-Clausura 2012); Puebla (2005-07)
FINALS: Apertura 2005, Apertura 2006
PROMOTION FINALS: 2005-06, 2006-07


ESTADIO FRANCISCO ZARCO
CITY: Durango
PROVINCE: Durango
OPENING: November 24, 1957
CAPACITY: 18,000
TEAMS: Durango (1999-2011)


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO IGNACIO ZARAGOZA
CITY: Puebla de Zaragoza
PROVINCE: Puebla
OPENING: 1952
CAPACITY: 22,000
TEAMS: Lobos U.A.P. (Verano 2000-Verano 2001); San Sebastián UC (Verano 2001)*


ESTADIO DE LA UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE NEZA (also called: Neza 86)
CITY: Nezahualcoyotl
PROVINCE: Estado de México
OPENING: August 21, 1981
CAPACITY: 20,000
TEAMS: Atlético Mexiquense (Invierno 1999)*; Toros Neza (2000-02); Deportivo Acapulco (Verano 2003)*, (Clausura 2004)*;
       Guerreros Tlaxcala (Apertura 2003)*; Atlante Neza (2004-05); Atlante UT Neza (Apertura 2009-Apertura 2010);
       Neza UTN/Neza FC (Clausura 2011-Clausura 2013)
FINALS: Verano 2001, Clausura 2013
PROMOTION FINALS: 2012-13


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO BENITO JUÁREZ
CITY: Ciudad Juárez
PROVINCE: Chihuahua
OPENING: May 12, 1981
CAPACITY: 22,300
TEAMS: Tigres Juárez (1999-2001); Cobras Juárez (2001-05); Indios Juárez (2005-08) (Apertura 2010-Apertura 2011);
       FC Juárez (2015-19)
FINALS: Apertura 2003, Clausura 2006, Apertura 2007, Apertura 2015, Clausura 2017, Apertura 2017
PROMOTION FINALS: 2007-08, 2015-16


ESTADIO IGNACIO LÓPEZ RAYÓN
CITY: Zitácuaro
PROVINCE: Michoacan
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: 10,000
TEAMS: Potros Zitácuaro (2001-02)


ESTADIO ALFONSO LASTRAS RAMÍREZ
CITY: San Luis Potosí
PROVINCE: San Luis Potosí
OPENING: May 25, 19999
CAPACITY: 24,576
TEAMS: San Luis (Verano 2002), (2004-05); Atlético San Luis (2013-16); Atlético de San Luis (2017-19)
FINALS: Verano 2002, Apertura 2005, Clausura 2015, Apertura 2018, Clausura 2019
PROMOTION FINALS: 2001-02, 2004-05


ESTADIO BENITO JUÁREZ
CITY: Oaxaca de Juárez
PROVINCE: Oaxaca
OPENING: December 13, 1987
CAPACITY: 12,500
TEAMS: Oaxaca (2001-03); Cruz Azul Oaxaca (2003-06); Alebrijes (2013-16)
FINALS: Apertura 2005
CLOSING: 2016


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DEL I.D.E.A.
CITY: Aguascalientes
PROVINCE: Aguascalientes
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Gallos Aguascalientes (Verano 2002)*


ESTADIO VÍCTOR MANUEL REYNA (also called: Estadio Zoque)
CITY: Tuxtla Gutiérrez
PROVINCE: Chiapas
OPENING: December 27, 1983
CAPACITY: 23,508
TEAMS: Atlético Chiapas (2001-02); Jaguares Tapachula (Apertura 2003) (Apertura 2007); Jaguares Tuxtla (Clausura 2004); 
       Jaguares Chiapas A (2008-09); Cafetaleros (2019-20)


CENTRO DE CAPACITACIÓN Y ALTO RENDIMIENTO (CECAR)
CITY: Ciudad de México
PROVINCE: Ciudad de México
OPENING: February 15, 1999
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Potros DF (Apertura 2002); Deportivo Acapulco (Apertura 2003-04)*; Inter Riviera Maya (Clausura 2004)*


ESTADIO EL LLANITO
CITY: Cihuatlán
PROVINCE: Jalisco
OPENING: 1998
CAPACITY: 5,000
TEAMS: Deportivo Cihuatlán (2002-03)


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE TAPACHULA
CITY: Tapachula
PROVINCE: Chiapas
OPENING: February 5, 1989
CAPACITY: 21,018
TEAMS: Jaguares Tapachula (Verano 2003) (Apertura 2007); Cafetaleros (2015-19)
FINALS: Clausura 2018
PROMOTION FINALS: 2017-18++


ESTADIO SUPERIOR SOCUM (before called UD Moctezuma)
CITY: Orizaba
PROVINCE: Veracruz
OPENING: May 16, 1976
CAPACITY: 7,000
TEAMS: Albinegros (Invierno 2002) (Clausura 2009) (Bicentenario 2010) (Apertura 2010)


UNIDAD DEPORTIVA CUAUHTÉMOC I.M.S.S.
CITY: Naucalpan de Juárez
PROVINCE: Estado de México
OPENING: July 28, 1963
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Potros DF (Invierno 2002)


UNIDAD DEPORTIVA LIC. BENITO JUÁREZ
CITY: Nuevo Laredo
PROVINCE: Tamaulipas
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: 5,000
TEAMS: Gavilanes (Invierno 2002)


ESTADIO ALTAMIRA (before called Deportivo Sur de Tamaulipas)
CITY: Altamira
PROVINCE: Tamaulipas
OPENING: October 19, 2003
CAPACITY: 13,500
TEAMS: Estudiantes Santander (2003-05); Estudiantes Altamira (2010-15)


CANCHA 1 CLUB DEPORTIVO GUADALAJARA "ANACLETO MACÍAS TOLÁN"
CITY: Guadalajara
PROVINCE: Jalisco
OPENING: August 5, 1973
CAPACITY: 3,500
TEAMS: Tapatío (2003-04) (Apertura 2006), Chivas Coras (Clausura 2006)*
CLOSING: January of 2007


ESTADIO AZTECA
CITY: Ciudad de México
PROVINCE: Ciudad de México
OPENING: May 29, 1966
CAPACITY: 87,000
TEAMS: Tigrillos Coapa (2003-04); Águilas Riviera Maya (Apertura 2005); Socio Águila (Clausura 2007-Clausura 2009)


ESTADIO BANORTE (before called: Estadio Carlos González y González)
CITY: Culiacán
PROVINCE: Sinaloa
OPENING: August 9, 2003
CAPACITY: 23,000
TEAMS: Dorados (2003-04) (2006-15) (2016-present)
FINALS: Apertura 2003, Clausura 2004, Clausura 2007, Apertura 2007, Clausura 2008, Apertura 2012, Clausura 2015,
        Apertura 2016, Apertura 2018, Clausura 2019
PROMOTION FINALS: 2003-04, 2006-07, 2014-15, 2016-17
ALL-STAR MATCH: 2003-04


ESTADIO CARTA BLANCA (before called: Estadio Cruz Blanca)
CITY: Ciudad Juárez
PROVINCE: Chihuahua
OPENING: 1973
CAPACITY: 5,000
TEAMS: Cobras Juárez (Clausura 2004-Apertura 2004)*


ESTADIO MARIO VILLANUEVA MADRID
CITY: Playa del Carmen
PROVINCE: Quintana Roo
OPENING: 1999
CAPACITY: 7,000
TEAMS: Inter Riviera Maya (Apertura 2003); Águilas Riviera Maya (Apertura 2005)


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO SECCIÓN 24 (before called: Estadio PEMEX)
CITY: Salamanca
PROVINCE: Guanajuato
OPENING: c.1975
CAPACITY: 15,000
TEAMS: Trotamundos (Clausura 2004); Salamanca (2005-09)
FINALS: Apertura 2006


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DEL CUTM UAT
CITY: Tampico
PROVINCE: Tamaulipas
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Estudiantes Santander (Apertura 2003)*


ESTADIO RAFAEL HERNÁNDEZ OCHOA
CITY: Coatzacoalcos
PROVINCE: Veracruz
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: 4,800
TEAMS: Delfines Coatzacoalcos (2003-06); Tiburones Rojos Coatzacoalcos (Apertura 2006-Apertura 2008)


ESTADIO RAFAEL MURILLO VIDAL
CITY: Córdoba
PROVINCE: Veracruz
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: 3,500
TEAMS: Córdoba (Clausura 2004)


ESTADIO TLAHUICOLE
CITY: Tlaxcala
PROVINCE: Tlaxcala
OPENING: April 18, 1961 (first)
         December 7, 2019 (second)
CAPACITY: 12,000
TEAMS: Guerreros Tlaxcala (2003-04); Tlaxcala FC (2020-present)


ESTADIO CENTENARIO LOS MOCHIS
CITY: Los Mochis
PROVINCE: Sinaloa
OPENING: September 29, 2004
CAPACITY: 15,000
TEAMS: Tigrillos Broncos (2004-05); Tigres Mochis (2005-06); Murciélagos (2015-18)


ESTADIO GUASAVE 89
CITY: Guasave
PROVINCE: Sinaloa
OPENING: 1989
CAPACITY: 4,000
TEAMS: Tigrillos Broncos (Apertura 2004)*


ESTADIO HUNDIDO ITSON
CITY: Ciudad Obregón
PROVINCE: Sonora
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Pioneros Obregón (Apertura 2004)*


ESTADIO MANUEL "PIRI" SAGASTA
CITY: Ciudad Obregón
PROVINCE: Sonora
OPENING: November 22, 1970
CAPACITY: 3,400
TEAMS: Pioneros Obregón (2004-05)


ESTADIO UNIVERSITARIO B.U.A.P.
CITY: Puebla de Zaragoza
PROVINCE: Puebla
OPENING: 1997
CAPACITY: 20,411
TEAMS: Lobos BUAP (Apertura 2004-Apertura 2005) (Apertura 2007)* (Clausura 2012-Clausura 2017); Alebrijes (Clausura 2016)*
FINALS: Clausura 2012, Clausura 2017
PROMOTION FINALS: 2016-17


CENTRO DEPORTIVO SORIANA
CITY: Salinas Victoria
PROVINCE: Nuevo León
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: 4,000
TEAMS: Rayados A (2005-08)
CLOSING: 2014

ESTADIO IXTAPAN 90
CITY: Ixtapan de la Sal
PROVINCE: Estado de México
OPENING: 1990
CAPACITY: 2,000
TEAMS: Atlético Mexiquense (2005-08)


UNIDAD DEPORTIVA C.R.E.A.
CITY: Tijuana
PROVINCE: Baja California
OPENING: May 1, 1965
CAPACITY: 10,000
TEAMS: Tijuana (Apertura 2005), Dorados Tijuana (Clausura 2006); Gallos Caliente Tijuana (Apertura 2006); 
       Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles (Clausura 2007-Apertura 2007)


CANCHA 1 CLUB AMÉRICA COAPA
CITY: Ciudad de México
PROVINCE: Ciudad de México
OPENING: C.1970
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Socio Águila (Clausura 2007)*


CANCHA 2 CLUB AMÉRICA COAPA
CITY: Ciudad de México
PROVINCE: Ciudad de México
OPENING: C.1970
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Socio Águila (Clausura 2007)*


ESTADIO CORONA (before called: Estadio Moctezuma)
CITY: Torreón
PROVINCE: Coahuila
OPENING: July 2, 1970
CAPACITY: 18,000
TEAMS: Santos Laguna A (2006-09)
CLOSING: November 2, 2009


ESTADIO MIGUEL HIDALGO
CITY: Zapotlanejo
PROVINCE: Jalisco
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Académicos (2006-07); Tecos UAG A (Clausura 2007)*


ESTADIO JOSÉ MÁRÍA MORELOS
CITY: Morelia
PROVINCE: Michoacán
OPENING: April 9, 1989
CAPACITY: 38,869
TEAMS: Monarcas Morelia A (2006-07); Monarcas PrimerA (2007-08); Atlético Morelia (2020-present)
FINLAS: Guard1anes 2021

ESTADIO ADOLFO LÓPEZ MATEOS
CITY: Reynosa
PROVINCE: Tamaulipas
OPENING: June 14, 1962
CAPACITY: 10,000
TEAMS: Tigres B (2007-08)


ESTADIO CALIENTE
CITY: Tijuana
PROVINCE: Baja California
OPENING: November 11, 2007
CAPACITY: 29,333
TEAMS: Club Tijuana Xolitzcuintles (2007-11)
FINALS: Clausura 2009, Apertura 2010, clausura 2011
PROMOTION FINALS: 2010-11


UD REVOLUCIÓN MEXICANA
CITY: Tonalá
PROVINCE: Jalisco
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: 3,000
TEAMS: Académicos (2007-08)


ESTADIO ATLAS COLOMOS "ALFREDO PISTACHE TORRES"
CITY: Zapopan
PROVINCE: Jalisco
OPENING: May 21, 1986
CAPACITY: 3,000
TEAMS: Académicos (2008-09); Tepatitlán FC (Guard1anes 2021)*


EL BARRIAL
CITY: Santiago
PROVINCE: Nuevo León
OPENING: April 16, 2006
CAPACITY: 570
TEAMS: Rayados A (2008-09)


ESTADIO JOSÉ LÓPEZ PORTILLO
CITY: Chetumal
PROVINCE: Quintana Roo
OPENING: 1980
CAPACITY: 5,500
TEAMS: Potros Chetumal (2008-09)


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE LA U.A.CH.
CITY: Chihuahua
PROVINCE: Chihuahua
OPENING: May 24, 2007
CAPACITY: 22,000
TEAMS: Indios Chihuahua (2008-09)


ESTADIO ALONSO DIEGO MOLINA (UNIDAD DEPORTIVA TAMANCHÉ)
CITY: Tamanché
PROVINCE: Yucatán
OPENING: July 27, 2008
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Mérida FC (Apertura 2008)*


INSTALACIONES ZUAZUA
CITY: Zuazua
PROVINCE: Nuevo León
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: N/A
TEAMS: Tigres B (Clausura 2009)*


ESTADIO VICTORIA
CITY: Aguascalientes
PROVINCE: Aguascalientes
OPENING: July 26, 2003
CAPACITY: 25,994
TEAMS: Necaxa (2009-10) (2011-16)
FINALS: Apertura 2009, Bicentenario 2010, Clausura 2013, Apertura 2013, Apertura 2014, Clausura 2016
PROMOTION FINALS: 2014-15, 2015-16


UNIDAD DEPORTIVA CAMPUS II (ESTADIO DELFÍN)
CITY: Ciudad del Carmen
PROVINCE: Campeche
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: 26,100
TEAMS: Delfines (2013-14)


ESTADIO ANDRÉS QUINTANA ROO
CITY: Cancún
PROVINCE: Quintana Roo
OPENING: July 28, 1984
CAPACITY: 18,884
TEAMS: Atlante (2014-20); Cancún FC (2020-present)
FINALS: Apertura 2015, Apertura 2016


ESTADIO NICOLÁS ÁLVAREZ ORTEGA II (before called: Arena Cora)
CITY: Tepic
PROVINCE: Nayarit
OPENING: July 25, 2011
CAPACITY: 12,945
TEAMS: Coras FC (2014-17)
FINALS: Apertura 2014


ESTADIO HÉCTOR ESPINO GONZÁLEZ
CITY: Hermosillo
PROVINCE: Sonora
OPENING: October 4, 1972
CAPACITY: 15,000
TEAMS: Cimarrones (Apertura 2015)*


ESTADIO DEL INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE OAXACA (I.T.O.)
CITY: Oaxaca de Juárez
PROVINCE: Oaxaca
OPENING: March 27, 2016
CAPACITY: 15,200
TEAMS: Alebrijes (Clausura 2016-present)
FINALS: Apertura 2017, Apertura 2019
PROMOTION FINALS: 2017-18++


ESTADIO SONORA
CITY: Hermosillo
PROVINCE: Sonora
OPENING: February 1, 2013
CAPACITY: 16,000
TEAMS: Cimarrones (Apertura 2015)*


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO UNIVERSITARIO DE COLIMA
CITY: Colima
PROVINCE: Colima
OPENING: 1994
CAPACITY: 12,000
TEAMS: Loros U.de Colima (2016-17) (Apertura 2019)


ESTADIO AKRON (before called: Estadio Chivas, Estadio Omnilife)
CITY: Zapopan
PROVINCE: Jalisco
OPENING: July 30, 2010
CAPACITY: 49,850
TEAMS: Tapatío (2020-present)


ESTADIO GREGORIO "TEPA" GÓMEZ
CITY: Tepatitlán
PROVINCE: Jalisco
OPENING: 1970
CAPACITY: 10,000
TEAMS: Tepatitlán FC (2020-present)
FINALS: Guard1anes 2021
SUPERCUP FINALS: Guard1anes 2021


UNIDAD DEPORTIVA JOSÉ BRINDIS
CITY: Nanacamilpa
PROVINCE: Tlaxcala
OPENING: N/A
CAPACITY: 1,078
TEAMS: Tlaxcala FC (Guard1anes 2020)*


ESTADIO OLÍMPICO UNIVERSITARIO MÉXICO 68
CITY: Ciudad de México
PROVINCE: Ciudad de México
OPENING: November 20, 1952
CAPACITY: 68,954
TEAMS: Pumas Tabasco (Guard1anes 2020)*


ESTADIO BBVA
CITY: Guadalupe
PROVINCE: Nuevo León
OPENING: August 2, 2015
CAPACITY: 53,500
TEAMS: Raya2 (Apertura 2021-present)


*Alternative venue for one or more matches.
++The promotion was not effective because neither team was certified by the Mexican FA.


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