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Estadio Hidalgo: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

Pachuca's previous stadium, Estadio Revolución Mexicana, was replaced by Estadio Hidalgo. The stadium officially opened on 14 February 1993 with a match between Pachuca and Pumas UNAM.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Saturday, 02.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The stadium Estadio Hidalgo has replaced Pachuca's previous stadium, Estadio Revolución Mexicana. The stadium officially opened on February 14th, 1993 with a match between Pachuca and Pumas UNAM (0-1).

The Estadio Hidalgo was extensively renovated in 2004, which included the construction of a roof over all sides of the stadium, raising its capacity from an initial 24,000 to 30,000.

The stadium received a minor upgrade in 2011 in preparation for the FIFA U-17 World Cup.

How to get to Estadio Hidalgo

The stadium is located in the south-west of Pachuca, about 3 kilometers from the city's small city centre. The stadium is located near the central bus terminal, and the bus journey from Mexico City's northern bus terminal takes about 90 minutes.

The stadium is located on the right side of the entrance road to the city coming off the 85 Autopista México-Pachuca. Driving further north will bring you to Pachuca's city center.

Address: Boulevar Javier Rojo Gómez, Pachuca

Pachuca Tickets

Tickets for Pachuca CF matches can be bought online at Superboletos, at the Tuzomania club store at the Blvd Everardo Márquez 210 (near the center), or at one of several other sales points. Tickets for typical matches will be increased by MX$ 20.00 to MX$ 120.00 for some key matches.

Relevant Internet links

Tuzos.com.mx - Official website of Pachuca CF.Hidalgo.travel is the website of the tourism board of the state of Hidalgo, which offers information on attractions in and around the state as well as lodging, restaurants and more. The lady at the counter had earlier assured us that there would be enough seats available on the bus and indeed, there were plenty of empty seats left. This time the bus ride took as long as promised, and we were back in Mexico City early enough to catch a metro back to the center.

Match visited: Pachuca CF 1-1 Tigres Date visited: 25 February 2012

We decided to take a trip out of the city to watch Pachuca CF play. The city of Pachuca lies north-west of Mexico City in the state of Hidalgo, about 1.5 hours by bus from the capital.

We took the bus from Mexico?s northern bus terminal (Central del Norte). Buses went every 10 minutes and were affordable (about MXN $75.00).

Due to the typical traffic congestion in Mexico City, the bus ride took longer than expected (about 2.5 hours), which meant that we only arrived about 20 minutes before kickoff. The bus terminal is located right across the stadium though, so a 5-minute walk was all that was needed.

The stadium is built on top of a large concrete-rock mount, which also has the parking lot on top. This makes for an interesting sight, though not something we had seen before.

Ticket windows were located right in front of the main entrance and only VIP tickets were available. There were no seat numbers, nor any ticket checks at the ticket windows. General tickets for MXN 100 (about USD 8.00) were available and gave the holder the right to sit anywhere in the stadium. There was only one ticket check at the main entrance.

The stadium has a very European appearance from the inside, with seats close to the pitch and good sights from basically any part of the stadium. The Stadium was very well filled too - when we entered it was hard to find free seats in our section. Overall, probably 80% to 90% of all seats were occupied.

The stadium has a roof, but it only covers the upper rows. On a rainy day it may therefore make sense to arrive early, as all these seats had already been occupied when we entered.

The atmosphere was pleasant and friendly. There were a lot of kids and teenagers in the crowd, but the Pachuca section of fanatics was rather small. The visiting fans of Tigres were more audible, even though located further away in the stadium.

The match was of reasonable quality, with two solid teams. It was cheaper to buy beers in this town than in the capital (MXN 40.00 for a large one), and as usual they were served at your seat.

The bus generally goes back to the capital until 10:30 pm, but the lady at the counter had earlier assured us that enough seats would be available. And indeed, there were plenty of empty seats left. This time the bus ride took as long as promised, and we were back in Mexico City early enough to catch a metro back to the center.

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Pachuca's previous stadium, Estadio Revolución Mexicana, was replaced by Estadio Hidalgo. The stadium officially opened on 14 February 1993 with a match between Pachuca and Pumas UNAM.

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