Azteca Stadium (Estadio Azteca) in Mexico City

Azteca Stadium is a football stadium located in Mexico City, Mexico. The stadium has been used for the final round of 1970 FIFA World Cup and FIFA World Cup 1986. This stadium is the largest soccer stadium in Mexico and a capacity of 105,000 seats. Here the football club who play in this stadium is América and is the main headquarters for the Mexican national team.
The stadium has witnessed the history of the World Cup in 1970 and 1986. In this football field, Pele had shown his ability to shuffle the ball and outwit opponents. Pele managed to bring Brazil into World Cup winners 1970, by defeating Italy 4-1. In 1986, Diego Maradona displays one of his best games. At that time, Argentina defeated Germany.
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