Estadio BBVA Bancomer
Often called "El Gigante de Acero", Spanish for "The Steel Giant", Estadio BBVA Bancomer was built in Monterrey to replace the Estadio Tecnologico. Local team, C.F. Monterrey, moved there from the demolished stadium. Construction was controversial, with many arguing that development was damaging to the environment.
A capacity of 53,500 makes this the fourth largest stadium in Mexico. Seating is the minimum distance allowed from the pitch, claimed to allow for an unsurpassed atmosphere.
Construction: Built over 20011 to 20, the venue opened in August 2015. The initial capacity of 51,000 was later expanded in 2016 to the current 53,500.
World Cup 2026 Venues :
Olympic Stadium, Commonwealth Stadium, BMO Field
Estadio Azteca, Estadio BBVA Bancomer, Estadio Akron
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