Club de Futbol Monterrey, founded in 1945 and situated in Nuevo Leon – which borders Texas – has won multiple league championships since their creation.
Cascadian club Regiomontano FC is best known for their Clasico Regiomontano rivalry against Tigres FC at Estadio Tecnologico Stadium and often sell out quickly of tickets for these matches. Alineaciones De Club De Futbol Monterrey Contra Portland Timbers
Since 1945, CF Monterrey has quickly established themselves as a formidable presence in Mexican football. Winning multiple championship titles and drawing in passionate supporters throughout their season are hallmarks of success for any club, while also maintaining an award-winning youth academy and being active members in their community.
In 2015, Tigres UANL began the season with high hopes. Not only were they playing their inaugural home match at their brand new stadium – Estadio BBVA Bancomer – they also met archrival Tigres UANL for an official Clasico Regio game for the first time!
But their joy was short-lived as they were quickly demoted after finishing last in their league. Nonetheless, in 2014 they earned promotion back into the top division and went on an incredible run in Copa MX that reached its final against Cruz Azul (although unfortunately losing). Even with this setback however, they managed to secure playoff spots both Clausura and Apertura tournaments.
Monterrey, commonly referred to as The Rayados (The Striped Ones), is one of Mexico’s most successful clubs of recent times, winning four league titles, two domestic cups and three CONCACAF Champions League tournaments in just 13 seasons.
Estadio Tecnologico in Monterrey serves as home stadium and arena, hosting outdoor concerts such as U2’s concert which attracted 42,000+ attendees in 2006.
Populous, the firm that designed the stadium, describes it as one of Latin America’s “most hospitality-driven stadiums.” Situated in Guadalupe and bordering a local zoo, it features 324 sky boxes along with 4,500 club seats as well as luxury food/beverage service.
The stadium offers an attractive setting to watch games, but has also generated considerable debate. Built at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars and sparking protests from environmental interest groups regarding its effects, its construction caused considerable debate and was met with opposition.
Tickets prices depend on the size and seating configuration of a stadium, with further away seats being less costly. Season tickets provide fans with exclusive access to home matches for Monterrey FC; depending on seat location and age category this may provide significant savings over purchasing individual match tickets individually.
Monterrey FC (popularly known by their nickname Rayados) keeps up their challenge for rival fans and opponents with regular season home and away fixtures to create competitive matches in each fixture. Furthermore, the club has found immense success winning domestic cup competitions such as Copa MX three times; their success in these competitions has given Monterrey international recognition.
The Estadio BBVA Bancomer was completed in 2016 to replace their former home, the Estadio Tecnologico. Boasting cutting-edge facilities and comfortable seating arrangements, its large capacity and electric atmosphere has quickly become one of the favorite spots among fans as well as visiting teams.
Liga MX team Rayados FC plays in Liga MX and are popularly known by their white and blue striped jerseys, or as being “Rayados.” Established in June 1945, they have won more than 12 championship titles since then and reside at Estadio BBVA Bancomer in North Mexico for home matches.
Apertura 2013 tournament saw many changes within the team’s lineup. Manager Vucetich made his way out, as top players Aldo de Nigris, Walter Ayovi and Jesus Arellano all went to other clubs; Dorlan Pabon and Leobardo Lopez joined them and helped finish in 6th position overall.
Monterrey matches can be seen across various channels in the US, depending on which rights the team owns. Most games can be found on Univision networks (UNIVISION, UNIMAS and TUDN) as well as their streaming service ViX; alternatively you may be able to catch Monterrey matches on either FS1 and FS2 or through an MLS Season Pass subscription.