Club America Soccer Stadium Highlights
Club America Soccer arena or basically Azteca is considered by Club America, as their own home ground since this is where they play all their home games. Club America is one of the unbelievable groups in Mexico. Every one of the legendary soccer groups has their own number one battleground they called home ground.
The Aztec Stadium or Azteca was arranged by the widely acclaimed modeler for the sake of Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, a local of Mexico. The games ground was sent off on the 29th day of May in the year 1966. The initiation was featured by the game feild lights Club America and Torino F.C. wherein the two groups tied in the score of 2-2.
Beside being the home ground of America, the arena likewise brags of the record as the unrivaled pitch that has had the option to have one World Cup finals as well as two, a record that the arena held as of not long ago.
The record objective was made by Arlindo Dos Santos. It was the very first objective made on that arena during Club America and Torino F.C's. match, the match that opened the arena during its initiation gone to by 107,4943 watchers. The debut kick was made by the Mexican President itself Gustavo Diaz Ordaz and it was seen by FIFA President Sir Stanley Rous.
The cutting edge lighting framework for the arena was introduced somewhat later. The day was June 5, 1966 when the arena's lights were turned on to give brightening to the match between Valencia C.F. also, Nexaca. The Honduran Jose Cardona made the primary objective and Valencia C.F. arisen successful on that coordinate with a score of 3 against 1 of Nexaca.
A dedicatory plaque was set in the Club America Soccer Stadium to pay tribute to the players who scored the principal light objective as well as the main night game scorer.