- Address: Pachuca
- Country: United Mexican States
- Capacity: 27,000
- Opened: 14 February 1993
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: CF Pachuca (football)
Extra stadium info – Estadio Hidalgo
The stadium is named after Miguel Gregorio Antonio Ignacio Hidalgo y Costilla Gallaga Mandarte y Villaseñor. He was the leader of the Mexican War of Independence. Hidalgo was born in 1973. He died in 1811 at the age of 58. Club de Fútbol Pachuca, nicknamed Los Tuzos (The Gophers), use the Estadio Hidalgo for home matches. The club was founded in 1901 under a different name by English emigrant miners. In 1999, Pachuca CF were crowned Mexican football champions for the first time in their history.
The North American championship for football clubs
On 18 September 2002, Pachuca CF won the North American championship for football clubs for the first time in their history. They won the title after beating Atlético Morelia in the final of the tournament. Walter Gustavo Silvani Ríos, a former attacker from the Argentine Republic, scored the only goal in the final. CF Pachuca reached the final after winning against Liga Deportiva Alajuelense from Costa Rica. Atlético Morelia reached the final after winning against the Major League Soccer club which is currently named Sporting Kansas City.
The FIFA Club World Cup
Los Tuzos played various FIFA Club World Cup matches. In 2008, they reached the semi-finals of the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time in their history. Club de Fútbol Pachuca lost their first-ever FIFA Club World Cup semi-final against LDU from Ecuador. The game between CF Pachuca and LDU took place in Japan. In 2017, Los Tuzos finished third place in the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time in their history after beating Al-Jazira from the United Arab Emirates. The match between Al-Jazira and CF Pachuca took place in the United Arab Emirates.