Nacional Tijuana

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Nacional Tijuana
Full name Club de Fútbol Nacional de Tijuana
Nickname(s) Nacional
Founded 1999
Dissolved 2004
Ground Estadio del Cerro Colorado
Tijuana, México
Ground Capacity 12,000
League Segunda División de México

Club de Fútbol Nacional de Tijuana was a Mexican football team that played in the Primera Division 'A' of before their disappearance. They played their games in the city of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.

They managed to be in the Primera Division 'A' in the year 1999, which was composed primarily of Mexicans, something very representative since that year that most of the players were from Tijuana who attempted to promote the team to Primera Division.

History[edit]

After the relegation of Colibríes from Primera Division in Clausura 2003, the team was possessed by the Mexican Federation of Association Football because the team had not paid the fines imposed by Jorge Rodriguez Marié. The franchise was sold and became Dorados de Tijuana, the eleventh before was known simply as Trotamundos Tijuana.[1] As the team was made by Mexican Federation of Association Football the owners were forced to create another team in the same region and that was how the Nacional de Tijuana team emerged.[2] Then the team had a bad season and dragged the issue of the percentage of the old franchise, causing it to relegate to Segunda División de México, soon to be gone from Primera Division A' due to the increase in teams.[3]

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Previous Teams[edit]

Los siguientes clubes estuvieron alguna vez en Tijuana y han desaparecido debido a que su franquicia fue comprada o descendieron a Segunda División de México:

  • Club Tijuana: Changed owner and name to Dorados de Tijuana.
  • Chivas Tijuana: Subsidiary of Chivas.
  • Trotamundos Tijuana: Converted to Trotamundos Salamanca.
  • Tijuana Stars.
  • Inter Tijuana.

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