Estadio Jalisco

Estadio Jalisco

Located in the Guadalajara, the Estadio Jalisco was home ground to local team, Guadalajara, until 2010. It is now used by Club Atlas and Club Universidad de Guadalajara. With a capacity of 66,000, it is the third biggest stadium in Mexico. It is therefore not surprising that it has been used for large events such as the 1968 Summer Olympics and World Cups 1970 and 1986.

The Estadio Jalisco played host to six matches in the World Cup 1986 finals. Three were Group D ties. The others were one Round of 16 match, a quarter final and a semi-final.


Location: Guadalajara

Capacity: 66,000

Construction: 1960, Renovated in 1970, 1983 and 1999.

Matches: Spain 0 : 1 Brazil (June 1), Brazil 1 : 0 Algeria (June 6), Northern Ireland 0 : 3 Brazil (June 12), Brazil 4 : 0 Poland (June 16), quarter final Brazil 1 : 1 France [France won 4 - 3 on penalties] (June 21) and semi final

France 0 : 2 West Germany (June 25)

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.