Estadio Caliente is a multi-purpose sports stadium located in the city of Tijuana located in the state of Baja California in North-West Mexico. The 21,000 Capacity ground is mainly used for football matches and has been the home of Liga MX football team the Club Tijuana known as The Aztec Dogs since it opened in 2007.
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Estadio Caliente History
Caliente Stadium first opened on November 2007 with an initial capacity of just 13,333. Designed by architect Héctor Troncoso-Parraga to be built over three phases, the first expansion occurred less than a year later in March 2008 which increased the capacity to 21,000.
Financed by Mexican politician and businessman Jorge Hank Rhon, the stadium was built to bring a professional soccer club to the city of Tijuana. Only a few months before construction was complete Club Tijuana were formally founded in January 2007.
As the Mexican first division required stadiums to have a capacity of over 15,000 for all league matches, Club Tijuana’s ground was initially ineligible. However by the time the local side were promoted to the Primera Division in 2011, the second phase of renovation work was completed which increased the capacity to 21,000.
To date the highest level of football held at the stadium was an Under 20s match between Mexico and Paraguay which resulted in a 0-0 draw. In terms of largest sporting event, Estadio Caliente hosted a boxing match between Erik Morales and Francisco Lorenzo on 18th December 2010.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who plays at Estadio Caliente?
Mexican side Tijuana play their home matches at Estadio Caliente.
What is the capacity of Estadio Caliente?
As of 2021 Estadio Caliente has an official seating capacity of 21,000 for Football matches.
When was Estadio Caliente opened?
Estadio Caliente officially opened in 2007 and is home to Tijuana
Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?
Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Estadio Caliente in 2021. Please visit the official website of Tijuana for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.