|Location||Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico|
|Broke ground||August 2006|
|Opened||November 11, 2007|
|Surface||Artificial turf (because under the floor of the stadium, there are hot springs, which impedes the growth of real grass)|
|Construction cost||USD 30 million|
|Field size||103 × 68 meters|
|Club Tijuana (PDFMF) (2007–present)|
The stadium hosts home matches for the Norteño professional football club Club Tijuana, who play in the Primera División de la Federación Mexicana de Fútbol (Mexico's top league). 
The stadium was opened in November 2007, according to schedule. The stadium originally had a capacity of 13,333. On March 2008, the capacity was increased to 21,000 with eventual expansion to 33,333.
Stadium owner Jorge Hank Rhon's main reason for constructing the stadium was his wish to have a professional soccer club in the city.
Because the Mexican Federation of Association Football says that teams participating in the First Division must have a stadium with a capacity over 15,000, Club Tijuana officially became qualified for promotion to the Primera División de México when the capacity was increased.
The construction of the stadium was planned in two parts. The first part finished the ground and lower sections of the stadium. In the second phase, the stadium's capacity was increased.
The design of the project was led by the architect Héctor Troncoso-Parraga.
In 2009, the stadium hosted the eight-team CONCACAF Men's Under-17 Championship.
|Mexico u20||Paraguay u20||0-0|
- Cambiarán pasto del estadio Caliente - RÉCORD (Spanish)
- Zamora, David (May 21, 2011). "Tijuana ya está en Primera División". Azteca Deportes. Retrieved May 21, 2011.