Tag: Mexico City


Fan-first approach of Diablos Rojos

Othon Diaz on Coliseum LATAM

The Diablos Rojos del Mexico is a professional baseball team in the Mexican League based in Mexico City, Mexico. The team was founded in 1940 by Salvador Lutteroth and Ernesto Carmona.Full presentation available exclusively for Coliseum membersApply for membership LOGIN... » Read more


Alluring look for Azteca Stadium in Mexico

Azteca Stadium Mexico renovation plans

Total spruce-up of the Azteca Stadium in Mexico is underway. Recently, the consultation process of the whole development took place. The ‘Today.in-24’ stated that the development includes the construction of a hotel and the remodeling plans also include building a shopping center next to the... » Read more


Azteca Stadium promises uber-cool experience!

Azteca Stadium upgrade June 2020

Topped with glitz by eminent architecture firm Populous and futuristic renovations by Spanish firm MolcaWorld, the spectacular Mexican Azteca Stadium is undergoing revamp work in time for the 2026 FIFA World Cup™ finals. It is readying to give fans and players an uber-cool experience. The Estadio... » Read more


Mexico venue groomed for sporting spectacle

Mexico Azteca Stadium Aug 2020 improvements

Ahead of playing host to the 2026 FIFA World Cup™, Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca has unveiled a new lighting system and dugouts as part of improvisations being made to the legendary venue. The Estadio Azteca is a multiuse stadium located in Mexico City. It is the official home of football club... » Read more


Major reconfiguration of Estadio Azteca planned

Mexico Azteca Stadium

The multifunctional stadium located in Mexico City – Estadio Azteca – is all set to host its third ever World Cup in 2026. Though Mexico will only hold 10 games during the 2026 World Cup, it will still enjoy the tag of becoming the first ever nation to host the sporting extravaganza three... » Read more


Mexico City inaugurates new baseball stadium

Mexico City baseball stadium

Mexico City inaugurated its new 20,000-seater baseball stadium on March 23 but the event made international headlines for the wrong reasons. Mexican Lopez Obrador, who threw the first pitch to inaugurate the new home of the Diablos Rojos de Mexico (Mexico City Red Devils), was booed by sections of... » Read more


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