Estadio Banorte

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Estadio Banorte
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Location Boulevard Enrique Cabrera, 952,[1] Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico
Coordinates 24°49′50″N 107°24′15″W / 24.83056°N 107.40417°W / 24.83056; -107.40417Coordinates: 24°49′50″N 107°24′15″W / 24.83056°N 107.40417°W / 24.83056; -107.40417
Owner Dorados de Sinaloa
Capacity 17,898[2][3]
Broke ground June, 2003
Opened August 9, 2003
Dorados de Sinaloa (2003-Present)

Estadio Banorte is a stadium with a capacity of 17,898 seats.[4] Is home of the team Dorados de Sinaloa. The stadium was inaugurated on August 9, 2003 in a match played between Dorados de Sinaloa and Cobras de Ciudad Juárez. The final score was Dorados 4-2 Cobras. The first goal scored in this stage was the work of Hector Gimenez. The building has a capacity for 17,898 fans, the same that is constructed in 2003 in record time of just three months.


2007 CONCACAF U20 Tournament, Primera División A, Primera División, Concerts


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