Estadio Azteca / Aztec Stadium
Estadio Azteca, or Aztec Stadium, is considered to be one of the most iconic football stadiums in the world. As well as being home stadium for local teams Cruz Azul and Club America it is used as the primary home for the Mexican national squad. With a capacity that exceeds 87,000, it is the largest arena in Mexico.
The Estadio Azteca has been used to stage many important events. As well as helping host World Cup 1970 and World Cup 1986, the arena has helped stage the Pan American Games, the Olympic Games, the CONCACAF Gold Cup and FIFA U-17 World Cup.
Location: Mexico City
Construction: Opened in 1966, the Estadio Azteca was renovated in 1986, 1999, 2013 and 2016.
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