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This sport facility is one of Mexico's mid-sized soccer stadiums having capacity for 30,000 seats and was built in 1993 but recently was completely refurbished and modernized. It is located in the city of Pachuca, formerly a large mining site. This building is used mostly for soccer games and is the home of C.F. Pachuca.