Estadio Cuauhtemoc

Estadio Cuauhtemoc

Currently known as Estadio Multiva, Estadio Cuauhtemoc is located in Puebla, in the Puebla region of Mexico. It is the home ground for local team Puebla F.C. With a current capacity of 51,726, it is the fourth lagest football stadium in Mexico. This size has allowed it to help host many large tournaments such as the 1968 Summer Olympics, the 1986 World Cup and Copa Interamericana.

In 1986, Estadio Cuauhtemoc hosted five World Cup matches. Two were Group A clashes. The others were a Round of 16 match, a qaurter final and the third place match between Belgium and France.


Location: Puebla

Capacity: 46,000

Construction: 1968

Matches: Argentina 1 : 1 Italy (June 5), South Korea 2 : 3 Italy (June 10), Argentina 1 : 0 Uruguay (June 16), quarter final Spain 1 : 1 Belgium [Belgium won 5 - 4 on penalties] (June 22) and Third place match Belgium 2 : 4 France (June 28).


World Cup 1986 Venues : Estadio Azteca, Estadio Olimpico Universitario, Estadio Jalisco, Estadio Cuauhtemoc, Estadio Universitario, Estadio Tecnologico, Estadio La Corregidora, Estadio Nou Camp, Estadio Neza 86, Estadio Sergio Leon Chavez, Estadio Tres de Marzo, Estadio Nemesio Diez.