- Address: Calzada Ignacio Zaragosa 666, Puebla
- Country: United Mexican States
- Capacity: 51,000
- Opened: 8 October 1968
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Club Puebla (football)
Extra stadium info – Estadio Cuauhtémoc
In 1968, the stadium was used for the Games of the Olympiad. The Estadio Cuauhtémoc hosted its first FIFA World Cup match in June 1970, when the national football team of Uruguay defeated Israel 2-0. 20,000 people attended the world championship game. The same month, the venue hosted two more FIFA World Cup games. The second FIFA World Cup game at the Estadio Cuauhtémoc ended in a 0-0 draw. 29,000 people showed up for the game between Uruguay and the Italian Republic. Sweden defeated Uruguay 1-0 in the third world championship game at the venue.
The 1986 FIFA World Cup
The national football teams of the Argentine Republic, Belgium, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, Korea, Spain and Uruguay played at the Estadio Cuauhtémoc during the 1986 FIFA World Cup. The first 1986 FIFA World Cup match at the venue ended in a 1-1 draw. The game between the Italian Republic and the Argentine Republic attracted a crowd of 32,000. The last 1986 FIFA World Cup match at the Estadio Cuauhtémoc was a third-place match. The French Republic won the game after defeating Belgium. The national football team of the Argentine Republic, commonly known as Argentina, won the 1986 FIFA World Cup final. The final took place in Mexico City in front of a crowd of 114,000.
Club Puebla, also known as Los Camoteros or La Franja, moved to the Estadio Cuauhtémoc in 1968. The football club was founded in 1944 and they won their first Mexican top-division title in 1983. Club Puebla won the title after beating CD Guadalajara, the first football club with a North American championship title. Club Puebla won the North American championship for football clubs in 1991 for the first time in their history. They won the title after playing a two-legged final.