|Teams||Monterrey and Tigres|
|Most player appearances||Jesus Arellano, 27|
Clásico Regiomontano, Clásico Regio, Clásico del Norte or Clásico Norteño is a football derby in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, between crosstown rival teams Monterrey and Tigres. Since the first Clásico in 1974, the two teams have competed over 100 times for bragging rights and city "honour". It is known for being one of the most intensely competed derbies in Mexican football and is regarded by people in the city of Monterrey as the most important Mexican derby. The match is the biggest game of the season in Monterrey, and every year, fans wait in line for days outside the stadium just to get tickets, which are often priced at two or three times their regular value. It is considered one of the most passionate games in the Liga MX.
Despite the fact that the game involves two neighboring cities, Monterrey and San Nicolás de los Garza, whereas the Clásico Nacional involves two teams from cities in different states, Mexico City and Guadalajara, the Clásico Regiomontano generates more monetary income in sales, publicity, etc. Currently, Monterrey and Tigres have the most expensive squads in the Liga MX.
G = Games Played; W = Won; T = Tied; L = Lost; GF = Goals in Favor; GA = Goals Against; Dif = Goal Difference
- Clásico 28 was suspended without result
|Clásico Number||Home Team||Result||Away Team||Stadium||Date||Tournament|
|1||Tigres||3–3||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||July 13, 1974||1974–1975 Season|
|2||Rayados||2–1||Tigres||Estadio Universitario||January 4, 1975||1974–1975 Season|
|3||Tigres||0–4||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||August 23, 1975||Friendly|
|4||Rayados||0–0||Tigres||Estadio Universitario||January 31, 1976||1975–1976 Season|
|5||Tigres||0–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||June 12, 1976||1975–1976 Season|
|6||Tigres||1–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||September 25, 1976||1976–1977 Season|
|7||Rayados||3–2||Tigres||Estadio Universitario||February 5, 1977||1976–1977 Season|
|8||Rayados||0–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||August 13, 1977||1977–1978 Season|
|9||Tigres||4–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||January 14, 1978||1977–1978 Season|
|10||Rayados||0–0||Tigres||Estadio Universitario||September 23, 1978||1978–1979 Season|
|11||Tigres||1–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||February 3, 1979||1978–1979 Season|
|12||Rayados||0–1||Tigres||Estadio Universitario||June 6, 1979||1978–1979 Season (Playoffs)|
|13||Tigres||1–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||June 16, 1979||1978–1979 Season (Playoffs)|
|14||Rayados||1–1||Tigres||Estadio Universitario||October 6, 1979||1979–1980 Season|
|15||Tigres||2–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||February 16, 1980||1979–1980 Season|
|16||Rayados||2–2||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||October 4, 1980||1980–1981 Season|
|17||Tigres||3–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||November 6, 1980||Friendly|
|18||Tigres||2–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||March 21, 1981||1980–1981 Season|
|19||Tigres||3–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||October 3, 1981||1981–1982 Season|
|20||Rayados||1–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||February 6, 1982||1981–1982 Season|
|21||Rayados||1–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||September 18, 1982||1982–1983 Season|
|22||Tigres||2–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||January 22, 1983||1982–1983 Season|
|23||Tigres||0–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||September 17, 1983||1983–1984 Season|
|24||Rayados||0–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||January 28, 1984||1983–1984 Season|
|25||Tigres||1–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||August 11, 1984||Friendly|
|26||Rayados||2–2||Tigres||Estadio Universitario||November 17, 1984||1984–1985 Season|
|27||Rayados||2–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||March 30, 1985||1984–1985 Season|
|28||Suspended without result at the 7th minute||May 1, 1985||Friendly|
|29||Tigres||1–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||September 28, 1985||Prode 1985|
|30||Tigres||1–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||October 25, 1986||1986–1987 Season|
|31||Rayados||0–2||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||March 21, 1987||1986–1987 Season|
|32||Tigres||2–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||December 12, 1987||1987–1988 Season|
|33||Rayados||2–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||May 7, 1988||1987–1988 Season|
|34||Tigres||1–3||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||January 14, 1989||1988–1989 Season|
|35||Rayados||1–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||May 13, 1989||1988–1989 Season|
|36||Tigres||0–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||December 2, 1989||1989–1990 Season|
|37||Rayados||0–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||March 31, 1990||1989–1990 Season|
|38||Rayados||4–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||December 22, 1990||1990–1991 Season|
|39||Tigres||2–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||April 27, 1991||1990–1991 Season|
|40||Rayados||0–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||December 7, 1991||1991–1992 Season|
|41||Tigres||1–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||April 4, 1992||1991–1992 Season|
|42||Tigres||1–1 (4–5 on p.k.)||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||August 1, 1992||Friendly|
|43||Tigres||1–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||November 7, 1992||1992–1993 Season|
|44||Rayados||1–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||March 20, 1993||1992–1993 Season|
|45||Rayados||3–3||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||August 7, 1993||Friendly|
|46||Rayados||1–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||November 6, 1993||1993–1994 Season|
|47||Tigres||2–4||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||March 5, 1994||1993–1994 Season|
|48||Rayados||1–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||November 30, 1994||1994–1995 Season|
|49||Tigres||1–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||April 5, 1995||1994–1995 Season|
|50||Rayados||2–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||December 2, 1995||1995–1996 Season|
|51||Tigres||1–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||March 24, 1996||1995–1996 Season|
|52||Tigres||2–2 (5–4 on p.k.)||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||July 27, 1996||1996–1997 Cup|
|53||Tigres||0–4||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||July 19, 1997||Friendly|
|54||Rayados||2–3||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||September 13, 1997||Invierno 1997|
|55||Tigres||1–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||February 27, 1998||Verano 1998|
|56||Rayados||1–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||September 12, 1998||Invierno 1998|
|57||Tigres||3–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||December 19, 1998||Friendly|
|58||Tigres||2–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||February 27, 1999||Verano 1999|
|59||Tigres||2–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||September 22, 1999||Invierno 1999|
|60||Rayados||2–3||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||December 18, 1999||Friendly|
|61||Rayados||3–6||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||February 26, 2000||Verano 2000|
|62||Rayados||0–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||April 5, 2000||Verano 2000|
|63||Rayados||1–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||September 2, 2000||Invierno 2000|
|64||Tigres||2–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||December 29, 2000||Friendly|
|65||Tigres||2–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||February 10, 2001||Verano 2001|
|66||Rayados||0–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||October 20, 2001||Invierno 2001|
|67||Tigres||0–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||March 30, 2002||Verano 2002|
|68||Tigres||0–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||July 20, 2002||Friendly|
|69||Rayados||1–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||October 19, 2002||Apertura 2002|
|70||Tigres||2–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||April 12, 2003||Clausura 2003|
|71||Tigres||1–4||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||June 4, 2003||Clausura 2003 (Playoffs)|
|72||Rayados||1–2||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||June 7, 2003||Clausura 2003 (Playoffs)|
|73||Tigres||3–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||October 22, 2003||Apertura 2003|
|74||Rayados||3–3||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||April 10, 2004||Clausura 2004|
|75||Tigres||6–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||August 21, 2004||Apertura 2004|
|76||Rayados||1–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||January 22, 2005||Clausura 2005|
|77||Rayados||2–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||September 24, 2005||Apertura 2005|
|78||Tigres||1–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||December 7, 2005||Apertura 2005 (Playoffs)|
|79||Rayados||2–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||December 10, 2005||Apertura 2005 (Playoffs)|
|80||Tigres||2–1 (a.e.t.)||Rayados||Home Depot Center||January 15, 2006||Interliga 2006|
|81||Tigres||2–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||March 12, 2006||Clausura 2006|
|82||Rayados||2–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||October 14, 2006||Apertura 2006|
|83||Rayados||0–2||Tigres||Robertson Stadium||January 3, 2007||Interliga 2007|
|84||Tigres||3–3||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||March 31, 2007||Clausura 2007|
|85||Tigres||1–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||September 22, 2007||Apertura 2007|
|86||Rayados||2–3||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||March 8, 2008||Clausura 2008|
|87||Rayados||1–4||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||October 18, 2008||Apertura 2008|
|88||Tigres||0–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||April 11, 2009||Clausura 2009|
|89||Tigres||1–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||August 22, 2009||Apertura 2009|
|90||Tigres||1–1||Rayados||Robertson Stadium||January 6, 2010||Interliga 2010|
|91||Rayados||2–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||February 14, 2010||Torneo Bicentenario 2010|
|92||Tigres||0–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||September 11, 2010||Apertura 2010|
|93||Rayados||0–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||February 19, 2011||Clausura 2011|
|94||Tigres||0–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||October 22, 2011||Apertura 2011|
|95||Rayados||2–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||April 7, 2012||Clausura 2012|
|96||Rayados||0–1||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||November 3, 2012||Apertura 2012|
|97||Tigres||0–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||Abril 27, 2013||Clausura 2013|
|98||Rayados||1–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||May 8, 2013||Clausura 2013 (Playoffs)|
|99||Tigres||1–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||May 11, 2013||Clausura 2013 (Playoffs)|
|100||Tigres||3–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||August 10, 2013||Apertura 2013|
|101||Rayados||2–2 (4–2 on p.k.)||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||October 2, 2013||Copa MX Apertura 2013|
|102||Rayados||0–0||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||February 1, 2014||Clausura 2014|
|103||Rayados||2–2||Tigres||Estadio Tecnológico||October 25, 2014||Apertura 2014|
|104||Tigres||3–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||April 18, 2015||Clausura 2015|
|105||Tigres||3–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||September 19, 2015||Apertura 2015|
|106||Rayados||1–0||Tigres||Estadio BBVA Bancomer||March 5, 2016||Clausura 2016|
|107||Tigres||1–3||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||May 11, 2016||Clausura 2016 (Playoffs)|
|108||Rayados||1–2||Tigres||Estadio BBVA Bancomer||May 14, 2016||Clausura 2016 (Playoffs)|
|109||Tigres||1–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||October 29, 2016||Apertura 2016|
|110||Rayados||1–0||Tigres||Estadio BBVA Bancomer||April 22, 2017||Clausura 2017|
|111||Tigres||4–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||May 10, 2017||Clausura 2017 (Playoffs)|
|112||Rayados||0–2||Tigres||Estadio BBVA Bancomer||May 13, 2017||Clausura 2017 (Playoffs)|
|113||Rayados||2–0||Tigres||Estadio BBVA Bancomer||November 19, 2017||Apertura 2017|
|114||Tigres||1–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||December 7, 2017||Apertura 2017 (Finals)|
|115||Rayados||1–2||Tigres||Estadio BBVA Bancomer||December 10, 2017||Apertura 2017 (Finals)|
|116||Tigres||2–2||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||April 28, 2018||Clausura 2018|
|117||Tigres||0–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||September 23, 2018||Apertura 2018|
|118||Rayados||1–1||Tigres||Estadio BBVA Bancomer||March 9, 2019||Clausura 2019|
|119||Tigres||0–1||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||April 23, 2019||CONCACAF Champions League (Finals)|
|120||Rayados||1–1||Tigres||Estadio BBVA Bancomer||May 1, 2019||CONCACAF Champions League (Finals)|
|121||Rayados||1–0||Tigres||Estadio BBVA Bancomer||May 15, 2019||Clausura 2019 (Playoffs)|
|122||Tigres||1–0||Rayados||Estadio Universitario||May 18, 2019||Clausura 2019 (Playoffs)|
- Clásico 1. The first Clásico Regiomontano. On July 13, 1974 was the first game Tigres played in the First Division, and resulted in a tie. Result: Tigres 3–3 Rayados.
- Clásico 2. The first victory goes for Monterrey. With a score of 2–1, goals for Rayados were made by Nilo Acuna at the 44th and Alfredo Jimenez at the 89th minute. Tigres goal was made by Alberto Rodriguez at a really late time of the 92nd minute.
- Clásico 12 and 13. The first Clásico in Playoffs. On June 6, and June 16, 1979 was the first time that Tigres and Rayados met on playoffs, although this was not a direct elimination instance. In the 1978–1979 league playoffs were played in an elimination "group-stage" format, in which, after league elimination, two groups of four teams were formed and the leader of each group advanced to the Final. Tigres and Rayados were in Group 2, along with Pumas and Zacatepec. Both games were played in the Estadio Universitario. Tigres won Clásico 12 with a goal by Mantegazza at the 18th minute. Clásico 13 ended with a draw by 1–1, in which Rayados' Raúl Isiordia scored first, at the 8th minute, only to be tied at the 40th by Gerónimo Barbadillo. With these results, Tigres managed to tie first place with Pumas, but did not qualify to the final due to goal difference.
- Clasico 23. Rayados wins after six years. On September 17, 1983, Rayados defeated Tigres at their stadium after six years without winning, since February 5, 1977. Tigres holds the longest undefeated streak in Clásicos.
- Clásico 51. The relegation Clásico. Tigres had three very bad seasons being one of the worst teams in Mexico. It was a done deal that Tigres would be relegated to Primera División A, but to confirm it, they only needed to lose one more game. The last game in which Tigres saw that remote possibility to stay in the First Division was the Clásico 51 on March 24, 1996, in which with goals by Sergio "El Pibe" Verdirame and Luis Miguel Salvador Monterrey won by 2–1.
- Clasico 61. Run over Rayados with six goals. On February 26, 2000, Tigres visited Rayados to their stadium. Tigres outplayed Monterrey and scored six goals. Rayados claimed that there was an irregularity with the sign on the contract of Osmar Donizete. The game was invalidated.
- Clásico 71 . The "4 a 1". On June 4, 2003, was the first time that Tigres and Rayados met in the semifinals. There was a sense that whoever won this semifinal would have been the favorite for the championship. Tigres started the first game well, scoring very early 1–0, but 4 unanswered goals by Rayados turned the tide in the game and in the Semifinals.
- Clásico 75 . Six goals again. Tigres visited Rayados and humiliated them in their own stadium by 6–2. Tigres scored 6 goals in a derby for the second time.
- Clásico 79. Rayados, again, made it to the Finals. Tigres was victorious in the first game (Clásico 78) 1–0 in the Estadio Universitario. For the second game, Rayados won 2–1, Defender Claudio Suárez saw the red card in a play that gave Rayados a penalty and the goal lead. Rayados defeated Tigres with a goal by Guillermo "El Guille" Franco as the game neared the 90 minute mark. This was the 2nd time in which Rayados advanced to the championship final games at the expense of Tigres.
- Clásico 80. It was the first time that a Clásico was played outside the country. In the finals of the Interliga 2006, held at the Home Depot Center in California, Tigres defeated Monterrey by 2–1.
- Clásico 99. Rayados defeats Tigres for the third time in direct-elimination playoffs. Tigres finished the regular season as the leader with 35 points and only 2 defeats in the regular season. One of their two defeats was against Monterrey in the Clasico 97. Monterrey did not qualify to playoffs, ending the regular season in the ninth place. Queretaro F.C. finished in eight place and was meant to be the rival of Tigres, but was relegated to Ascenso MX because of bad results from the past. So Monterrey was dragged to playoffs. In the Clasico 98, the away game of the playoffs, Monterrey defeated Tigres by 1–0 in the Estadio Tecnologico in a close game that Tigres controlled most of the time. In the second game, Tigres needed to win by 1–0, or by two goals of difference because of the away goals rule (3–1, 4–2, 5–3). Tigres came out aggressive and Danilinho scored a goal early in the game. Minutes later, with a game totally handled by Tigres, Israel Jimenez scored an own goal that tied the game 1–1, for an aggregate of 2–1.
- Clásico 100. The 100th edition of the Clásico Regiomontano. Tigres lost painfully the Clásico 99 by an own goal of Israel Jimenez and was eliminated from the liguilla (playoffs) by Monterrey. Since the elimination in the Clásico 99, Tigres was waiting a chance to redeem themselves. Both teams started aggressive but Tigres had the first chance and young Alan Pulido scored with the head the 1–0 after a long pass of Jesús Dueñas. After a mistake of Hugo Ayala, Humberto Suazo tied the game 1–1. Pulido scored again for the 2–1 for Tigres. In the second half, Tigres controlled the game and captain Lucas Lobos scored the final 3–1.
- Clásico 101. Quarterfinals at the Copa MX. After a 0–2 lead for Tigres at the end of the first half, César Delgado entered as a substitute and turned things for Monterrey by scoring the 1–2 and assisting the goal that settled the score on the 93rd minute—a dramatic headbutt from Luis Madrigal. This forced penalty kicks without overtime. Rayados scored 4 out of 4 penalty kicks. Tigres' first shot was held by Rayados' goalkeeper Juan de Dios Ibarra, and Manuel Viniegra hit the crossbar on their last shot for a final score of 4–2 for Monterrey.
- Clásico 115 The first ever Clasico Regiomontano in the finals of the Liga MX. Tigres and Rayados would tie 1–1 in Tigres home stadium thanks to an early goal by Nicolás Sánchez and a panenka from Enner Valencia. In the second leg, Rayados played against Tigres in their home stadium, having never been beaten at home since Tigres beat them 2–0 in the quarterfinals of the 2017 Clasura Liguilla. An early goal by Dorlan Pabon would be irrelevant as Tigres would score twice thanks to goals by Eduardo Vargas and Fransisco Meza. The game would end 1–2 with Tigres winning 3–2 aggregate and winning their sixth Liga MX championship and bragging rights in the first ever Clasico Regiomontano finals.
- Clásico 119 & 120 The first ever Clasico Regiomontano, played for the championship, in an international tournament. The final was contested in two-legged home-and-away format. The first leg was hosted by UANL at the Estadio Universitario in San Nicolás de los Garza on 23 April 2019, while the second leg was hosted by Monterrey at the Estadio BBVA Bancomer in Guadalupe on 1 May 2019. Monterrey won the finals 2–1 on aggregate for their fourth CONCACAF Champions League title.
- 27, Jesús Arellano, Rayados player with the most Clásicos played and the best regiomontano in history.
- 26, "El Jefe" Tomás Boy, Tigres player with the most Clásicos played.
- 16, Francisco Javier "El Abuelo" Cruz, one of the few players to be successful with both Tigres and Rayados.
- 11, Mario de Souza Mota "Bahía", leading goal scorer in the history of the Clasico. He played for Rayados.
- 8, Walter Gaitán, tied for the leading goal scorer for Tigres in the history of Clásico.
- 8, Claudio "El Diablo" Nuñez, tied for the leading goal scorer for Tigres in the history of the Clásico.
- 8, André-Pierre Gignac, tied for the leading goal scorer for Tigres in the history of the Clásico.
Other famous players
- Luis "El Matador" Hernandez, the first player to have scored with both teams, first with Monterrey.
- Sebastián "El Loco" Abreu, the first foreign player (born in Uruguay) to have scored with both teams, first with Rayados and most known in Rayados.
- Gaston Fernandez, the second foreign player (born in Argentina) to have scored with both teams, first with Rayados.
- Aldo de Nigris, the first player to have scored first with Tigres in a derby and then with Rayados. He is also the first player that was born in the city of Monterrey to score for both teams.
- Luis Rodríguez, the first player ever to become champion with both teams. Chaka first became champion of Liga MX with Monterrey in 2010 with few games played. With Tigres has won Liga MX in 2016 and 2017.
- Carlos Miloc, coached Tigres and never lost an official Clásico Regiomontano for a total of 13 undefeated games
- Victor Manuel Vucetich, coached both teams, Tigres at two different points. With Tigres, he won the Copa Mexico in '96 but went to the lower division at the end of that season. With Monterrey, he won the Mexican Championship twice and the CONCACAF Champions League thrice.
- Ricardo Ferretti, the current coach of Tigres and former player for Monterrey in the 86–87 season. He has coached Tigres in three different periods: 2000–2003, 2006 and 2010–present.
- "La Historia de los Clásicos". Chavana.com Online Entertainment. October 12, 2006. Archived from the original on September 27, 2007. Retrieved 2006-10-12.
- “Roba cámara” el clásico norteño entre Tigres y Monterrey by Milenio Diario, "Pese a que ambos equipos no llegan en su mejor momento, el "clásico del norte" entre Tigres de la UANL y Monterrey destaca en la fecha 13 del Torneo Clausura 2007"
- Agotadas las localidades para el partido Tigres-Monterrey by Milenio Diario "El Clásico norteño es el juego esperado del Torneo de Apertura 2006 por los aficionados de ambos equipos locales, quienes tuvieron que enfrentar un aumento del 100 por ciento en el costo de los boletos para ese encuentro."
- "El ranking de los equipos más caros de la Liga MX: Apertura 2018". AS Mexico. 4 August 2018. Retrieved 27 August 2018.
- Futbol Mexicano Clausura 2019
- Fútbol Mexicano: Liguilla 1978/79[permanent dead link]
- "Pagan Tigres 2 años malos y 1 irregular", El Norte March 22, 1996
- Arizpe, Miguel (October 3, 2013). "Pierden por pen... ales". El Norte.
- "Será un jugador Clásico" (In Spanish; Requires Subscription), El Norte
- "Pega duro el Tigre" (In Spanish; Requires Subscription), El Norte, "El argentino (Gaitán) liquidó a los Rayados, al anotar su octavo gol en el Clásico Regio, para empatar al chileno Claudio "El Diablo" Núñez como mejor anotador felino en la historia del duelo."