Estadio Victoria

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Estadio Victoria
Location Ave. Manuel Madrigal No. 101
Aguascalientes, Ags. 20190
Opened July 26, 2003
Owner State of Aguascalientes
Operator Club Necaxa
Surface Grass
Construction cost MXN$1.5 billion
Capacity 25,500[1]
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 35,000 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 City (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.


Club Necaxa plays at the Estadio Victoria, which seats a total capacity of 35,000 spectators. The first football match at the Estadio Victorias on the 29th of July 2003 saw Necaxa vs C.D Guadalajara and Mexico's National team winning 8-0 over Dominica.

Casa Club, Necaxa's training facilities in Aguascalientes holds sub-17, sub-20, and Amateur soccer tryouts every year. The club offers other competitive sports such as, basketball, volleyball, and swimming.

  • Estadio Victoria, Aguascalientes (Capacity 35,000) 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)


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Coordinates: 21°52′50.35″N 102°16′31.74″W / 21.8806528°N 102.2754833°W / 21.8806528; -102.2754833