|Location||Ave. Manuel Madrigal No. 101
Aguascalientes, Ags. 20190
|Opened||July 26, 2003|
|Owner||State of Aguascalientes|
|Construction cost||MXN$1.5 billion|
|Necaxa (PDFM) (2003-Present)|
Estadio Victoria is sports stadium located in the Mexican city of Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes. The stadium opened in the year 2003 and has a capacity of 25,000 seats. The stadium is multi-use capable but mostly used for soccer games and is the home-stadium of the Necaxa football club which had previously played in Mexico (at the Estadio Azteca) before relocating to Aguascalientes and Estadio Victoria. The stadium is named after a leading brand of beer brewed by Grupo Modelo, who owns the naming rights of the stadium.
With an Anti-Barra brava or violent anti-ultras policy,Club Necaxa plays at the Estadio Victoria, which seats a total capacity of 25,000 spectators. The first football match in the Estadio Victoria was on the 29th of July 2003 Necaxa vs C.D Guadalajara. Furthermore, Mexico's National team disputed an elimination game between Dominica in which Team Mexico won won 8-0. In addition, The Copa Libertadores 2007 was played in which Necaxa reached the semi finals of the tournament.
Casa Club, Club Necaxa's training facilities hold sub 17 and sub-20 and Amateur soccer tryouts every year in city of Aguascalientes,Aguascalientes. Club Necaxa supports and funds other sports such as, basketball,volleyball,swimming.
After playing many seasons in Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, Necaxa played its home games at the Estadio Azteca for many years in Mexico City with a wide variety of other teams in Mexico City. Many Football teams in Mexico city called Estadio Azteca Home. These teams were Necaxa, Cruz Azul, Atlante, and Club America, etc. The stadium was designed by Mexican architect Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, and was inaugurated on May 29, 1966, The Azteca is also the only stadium in history to host two World Cup finals and one of the oldest Stadiums in Mexico.
- Estadio Victoria, Aguascalientes (Capacity 25,000) Elevation- 1,888 m (6,194 ft)
- *Estadio Azul,Mexico City (Capacity: 35,000) Elevation- 2,240 m (7,349 ft)
- * *Andrés Quintana Roo,Cancún (Capacity: 20,000) Elevation- 10 m (33 ft)
- Maná - December 7, 2003 & February 24, 2008
- Luis Miguel - March 21, 2006
- Shakira - May 11, 2007
- Juanes - October 25, 2008
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