Mazatlan Estadio


Mazatlán, Mexico


25.000 places


July 2020

Mazatlan Estadio

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The Estadio de Mazatlán is a soccer stadium located in Mazatlán, Mexico (875km from Mexico City). The stadium mainly hosts matches for Mazatlán Fútbol Club.


In 2017, the Sinaloa state government decided to modernize the region’s sports facilities, and build a new stadium in Mazatlán to house a soccer franchise playing in Liga MX.

In 2020, construction work on the stadium was accelerated in order to prepare it for the start of the 2020-2021 soccer season. On June 2, 2020, the arrival of a new team at the site was confirmed, with the club Monarcas Morelia transferring from Michoacán, and it was renamed Mazatlán Fútbol Club.

It was announced that the stadium would receive its second name “El Kraken”, this name is not officially recognized by the Mexican Football Federation, and is considered only as a commercial and administrative name by the club.

On July 27, 2020, the first league match was played between Mazatlán Fútbol Club and Club Puebla, corresponding to the first day of the championship. The match ended in a 1-4 victory in favor of the Puebla team. The inaugural match was played at a closed venue due to health measures caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

On October 16, 2020, the first match with a public was held at the stadium, with 6,000 spectators attending the match between Mazatlán and Fútbol Club Juárez.

  • It is the largest sports venue in the city of Mazatlán and the largest soccer stadium in the state of Sinaloa.
  • The stadium has air-conditioned areas to mitigate the effects of local heat.


Calle Santa Rosa,
82000 Mazatlán, Mexico


Resident Teams

Mazatlán FC

Latest Update - 05.01.2024