Guadalajara

CAPACITY :

49,850

CONSTRUCTED :

2010

Guadalajara is the 4th largest stadium in Mexico and home to one of its best club teams. Estadio Omnilife hosted the 2011 Pan American Games ceremonies and the 2010 South American Club Finals.

Mexico City

CAPACITY :

87,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1966

Mexico City is the fifth largest stadium in the world and is used for regular team football. Estadio Azteca the only stadium in the world, to have hosted two World Cup Finals in 1986 and 1970.

Mexico National

CAPACITY :

87,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1966

Mexico National is used for regular International matches for the National football team. The Estadio Azteca is the only stadium in the world, to have hosted two World Cup Finals in 1986 and 1970.

Guadalajara

CAPACITY :

49,850

CONSTRUCTED :

2010

Guadalajara is the 4th largest stadium in Mexico and home to one of its best club teams. Estadio Omnilife hosted the 2011 Pan American Games ceremonies and the 2010 South American Club Finals.

Mexico City

CAPACITY :

87,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1966

Mexico City is the fifth largest stadium in the world and is used for regular team football. Estadio Azteca the only stadium in the world, to have hosted two World Cup Finals in 1986 and 1970.

Mexico National

CAPACITY :

87,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1966

Mexico National is used for regular International matches for the National football team. The Estadio Azteca is the only stadium in the world, to have hosted two World Cup Finals in 1986 and 1970.

Guadalajara

CAPACITY :

49,850

CONSTRUCTED :

2010

Guadalajara is the 4th largest stadium in Mexico and home to one of its best club teams. Estadio Omnilife hosted the 2011 Pan American Games ceremonies and the 2010 South American Club Finals.

Mexico City

CAPACITY :

87,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1966

Mexico City is the fifth largest stadium in the world and is used for regular team football. Estadio Azteca the only stadium in the world, to have hosted two World Cup Finals in 1986 and 1970.

Mexico National

CAPACITY :

87,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1966

Mexico National is used for regular International matches for the National football team. The Estadio Azteca is the only stadium in the world, to have hosted two World Cup Finals in 1986 and 1970.

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