Estadio Sergio León Chávez is a multi-use stadium in Irapuato, Mexico. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 24,000 people. The stadium was built in 1967 and hosted one group of the FIFA World Cup in 1986.

History

The first game played in the stadium was Club Irapuato vs Spain national football team because of the 1968 Summer Olympics, Spain won 1-3; the first person to make a goal in the stadium was Juan Manuel Asensi from Spain. Founded on May 23, 1969, simply as Estadio Irapuato, gaining its actual name on January 4, 1990, in honour of the former club's president.

1986 FIFA World Cup Group C

1983 FIFA World Youth Championship
Other Internationals Played In Irapuato

Building Activity

  • removed a media
    about 5 years ago via OpenBuildings.com