Liga MX teams: cities, logos, maps location, nicknames 2021, Stadium

Liga MX teams: cities, stadiums, location, logos, maps, nicknames.

 

Liga MX is the top-flight professional soccer league in Mexico with over 18 teams spread across different locations in the country.

 

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  • Liga MX teams & nicknames
  • Liga MX cities, location & maps
  • Liga MX teams logos 2021
  • Liga MX list of clubs and maps.

 

The clubs are can also be found in some of the famous Mexican cities including México City, Monterrey, Jalisco, etc.

 

Cool facts


How many teams are in Liga MX? The Méxican Liga MX consist of 18 teams.

 

Who is the best team in Liga MX? In the last three seasons, Tigres UANL is the best and the most convincing team.

 

The clubs have enjoyed high interest within and outside the borders of México and across the world.

 

Today, the Competitiveness of the Méxican Liga MX and the pedigree of teams has made it one of the most followed Soccer Competitions in the United States and other parts of the América.

 

Two of the biggest clubs Club América and Chivas Guadalajara are the most decorated clubs in history and have never been relegated from the country’s top tier league.

 

Highlighting the Liga MX teams, their cities, maps locations, logos and stadiums and the list of clubs

 

The Méxican Liga MX is one of the strongest soccer leagues in the world which is a result of Mexican domination of the CONCACAF Champions League as well as the performance of teams from the country in the FIFA Club World Cup.

 

 

Méxican teams in top cities like Tigres UANL recently reached the finals of the FIFA Club World Cup, losing to Bayern Munich.

 

Liga MX teams: cities, locations, maps, Stadium, list of clubs and logos 2021

 

1. Club América

City/Location: México City
Stadium: Estadio Azteca
Nicknames: Las Águilas (The Eagles).

 

Club América is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Mexico City and competes in México Liga MX as one of the founding members of the division and have never been relegated.

 

Founded in 1916, América joined forces alongside nine teams to create the professional league in México which came into effect in 1943 as the Primera Division México.

 

América is the most decorated and most successful team in the country with more domestic and International trophies more than any other club in the country.

 

 

Club América has won a record of thirteen Liga MX titles, a record of six Copa MX titles, six Campeón de Campeones winners as well as another record of seven CONCACAF Champions League titles.

 

The club’s dominance in CONCACAF Champions League makes it the most successful Méxican side amid Méxican domination since the inception of the Competition in North America.

 

In terms of the fan base, América boasts a high number of fans within and outside the country.

 

Its fans are mostly from México City as well as other parts of the country. Internationally, the club has a very high following in the United States more than some Major League Soccer teams.

 

2. Atlas Fútbol Club

 

City/Location: Guadalajara
Stadium: Estadio Jalisco
Nickname: Los Zorros (The Foxes).

 

Atlas Fútbol Club or simply Atlas is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Guadalajara and competes in Mexican Primera Division as one of its founding members.

 

When it comes to the Primera Division in México, Atlas is also a top side with pedigree although the club had faced relegation to the Ascenso MX along the line.

 

As one of the founding members, Atlas has only managed a single Liga MX titles and have lost on over three different occasions.

 

The only major trophy which the club holds till today is the Copa MX which has been won four times in the club’s history.

 

Also, Atlas has won the Méxican Campeón de Campeones over four times as well as their Ascenso MX titles during its turbulent years as a professional Mexican soccer club.

 

In the past, Atlas also enjoyed few stints in international club competition including the Copa Libertadores when teams from North American especially México were allowed to participate in the CONMEBOL organized Competition.

 

The club’s golden age was during the 1990s although this could not translate to winning more trophies for them.

 

Cruz Azul was the first Méxican club to complete the continental treble by winning the Liga MX, Copa MX and CONCACAF Champions League in 1997.

 

The club is considered the third-most-popular soccer club in Mexico, behind only Chivas Guadalajara and América.

3. Atlético San Luis

City/Location: San Luis Potosí City
Stadium: Alfonso Lastras
Nickname: “Los Atléticos” (The Athletics).

 

San Luis is a Méxican professional soccer club based in San Luis Potosí City and competes in Liga MX.

 

The club started its journey from the lower leagues of Mexican Soccer.

 

In 2019, it secured promotion to the top flight and have since remained rock-solid in the Primera Division.

 

The movement to the country’s top tier league was a result of a brilliant outing from late 2018 to the early part of 2019.

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During this period, Sam Luis won the Ascenso MX Apertura 2018 and Clausura 2019 tournaments respectively to earn promotion to the top flight.

 

This was a remarkable achievement for the club. The club is affiliated with Spanish La Liga winners Atlético Madrid.

 

4. Fútbol Club Juárez

City/Location: Ciudad Juárez
Stadium: Olímpico Benito Juárez
Nickname: Los Bravos (The Braves).

 

Fútbol Club Juárez is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Ciudad Juárez and competes in the Liga MX.

 

Founded in 2015, the club began its journey to the Primera Division with a start in the 2015 Ascenso MX Apertura season.

 

The clubs were however eligible for promotion to the top flight but was eventually hand the opportunity to play in the division after its founders purchased the playing right from another struggling franchise.

 

Juárez won the 2015 Apertura season in the Ascenso MX which stands as the club’s only major trophy.

 

5. Cruz Azul

City/Location: Mexico City
Stadium: Azteca
Nickname: La Máquina (The Machine).

 

Cruz Azul is a professional Mexican soccer club based in Guadalajara and competes in the Primera Division México.

 

Azul is also one of the top sides in the history of the league and also respected domestically and internationally with a reach pedigree.

 

Azul shares the Stadium Azteca alongside giants Club América.

 

Founded in 1971, Azul originally started playing from the second division, winning the title in 1963–64 which saw the team eventually move onto the top flight.

 

When it comes to the most successful in México, Azul prides itself as nine Liga MX winners which include the special 2021 Guardianes title.

 

Azul also boosts other Copa MX, Campeón de Campeones as well as Six CONCACAF Champions League titles.

 

6. Chivas Guadalajara

City/Location: Zapopan
Stadium: Akron
Nickname: Las Chivas (The Goats).

 

Chivas Guadalajara or simply Chivas of Guadalajara is a professional soccer club based in Zapopan and competes in Liga MX as one of the founding members and have never been relegated alongside Club América.

 

Chivas has a long-standing rivalry with Club América known as the El Classico.

 

It is one of the wealthiest in the country and also one of the most successful domestically and internationally.

 

Chivas are second in the all-time Liga MX winners with twelve titles behind Américas who leads with thirteen.

 

The club also boasts of Copa MX, Campeón de Campeones as well as CONCACAF Champions League titles.

 

Chivas is also one of the most supported teams in the country with over 44% per cent of the fanbase locally supporting the team.

 

It also draws followers within and outside the Américas.

 

It’s worth according to Forbes magazine in 2020 indication a total of $311.5 million which is one of the richest alongside Monterrey, América, etc.

 

7. León

City/Location: León
Stadium: León Stadium
Nickname: Los Panza’s Verdes (The Green Bellies).

 

Club León is a professional soccer club in Mexico based in the city of León and competes in the Liga MX.

 

León is also one of the notable sides of int country which has found itself at the highest level of the country’s soccer.

 

León has won over eight Liga MX titles which stand as one of the best in the country.

 

Since the start of the 2000s, León has enjoyed successes in the 2013 and 2020 special edition known as the Guardianes.

 

The club started playing in the Ascenso MX, winning five titles. Club León also boost Copa MX, Campeón de Campeones.

 

8. Monterrey

City/Location: Guadalupe
Stadium: BBVA Stadium
Nickname: Rayados (The Striped-Ones).

 

Club de Fútbol Monterrey or simply Monterrey is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Guadalupe and competes in the Liga MX.

 

Founded in 1945, Monterrey is one of the best teams in México.

 

The club has five league titles, three Copa MX titles and four CONCACAF Champions League which standouts as one of the best Méxican team in the continental showpiece.

 

Monterrey is the second club in Mexico to complete the continental treble by winning the Liga MX, Copa MX and CONCACAF Champions League in 2020.

 

Most of the titles won by Monterrey was in the 21st century.

 

The club’s entrance to the transfer market for European and other top players around the world.

 

Monterrey achieved third place in the FIFA Club World Cup twice in 2012 and 2019.

 

9. Mazatlán Futbol Club

City/Location: Mazatlán
Stadium: Mazatlán Stadium
Nickname: Cañoneros (Gunboats).

 

Mazatlán is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Mazatlán and competes in Liga MX.

 

The club is one of the newest soccer clubs in the Liga MX and was established in 2020 following Monarcas Morelia decision to move Mazatlán.

 

The club currently has no major trophy. In the 2021 Guardianes, the club finished 13th.

 

10. Club Necaxa

City/Location: Aguascalientes City
Stadium: Victoria Stadium
Nickname: Los Rayos (The Lightning).

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Impulsora del Deportivo Necaxa or Necaxa is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Aguascalientes City.

 

The club competes in the Primera Division as one of the foundering members of the league from the professional era in 1943.

 

The club only enjoyed its existence in the top flight since the early years of the 1990s.

 

The club’s first Liga MX glory was in the 1994–95 season. In the 1990s alone, Club Necaxa won three league titles.

 

The club boost of eight Copa MX titles which is a national record.

 

Relegation to the second division, Necaxa won the Ascenso MX four times.

 

The club also of two CONCACAF Champions League titles.

 

11. Pachuca

City/Location: Pachuca
Stadium: Hidalgo
Nickname: Los Tuzos (The Gophers).

 

Club de Fútbol Pachuca is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Pachuca. The club competes in the Liga MX

 

The club started playing in the second division before securing a promotion to the top flight.

 

It is constantly one of the oldest soccer clubs in the Américas following its establishment in 1901.

 

In the Liga MX, Pachuca won six titles most recently in the 2016 Clausura.

 

The club also boasts of five CONCACAF Champions League as well as a third-place finish in the FIFA Club World Cup in 2017.

 

Pachuca is one of the most respected Soccer clubs in Méxican football today.

 

12. Puebla

City/Location: Puebla City
Stadium: Cuauhtémoc
Nickname: Los Camoteros (The Sweet Potatoers).

 

Club Puebla is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Puebla City. The club competes in the Liga MX.

 

Founded in 1944, the club started playing in the second division, winning the league in 1970.

 

The club’s first triumph was in the Copa MX which has been won five times in history.

 

The club boasts two league titles, two Ascenso MX and a single Campeón de Campeones.

 

Internationally, Puebla has also won the CONCACAF Champions League once.

 

13. Querétaro

City/Location: Querétaro City
Stadium: Corregidora
Nickname: Los Gallos Blancos (The White Roosters).

 

Querétaro Fútbol Club is a professional soccer club in Mexico based in Querétaro City. It competes in Liga MX as a franchise.

 

In its entire history, the club enjoyed success in the Ascenso MX, winning the title three times.

 

Querétaro came close to lifting the 2015 Liga MX Clausura but lost in the end.

 

The club has only won the Copa MX once which stands as the only major domestic trophy.

 

14. Santos Laguna

City/Location: Torreón
Stadium: Corona Stadium
Nickname: Guerreros (Warriors).

 

Santos Laguna is a professional soccer club based in Torreón. The club competes in the Liga MX as a franchise.

 

founders in 1983, the club bought promotion to the Liga MX, establishing itself as a major force in the division.

 

In total, Santos Laguna has won six Liga MX titles with five titles in the 21st century.

 

The club has won the Copa MX and Campeón de Campeones.

 

In the history of the Liga MX, Santos Laguna can be consistent as one of the most successful and the best in recent times.

 

Laguna is yet to register an international trophy to its trophy cabinet.

 

15. Tijuana

City/Location: Tijuana
Stadium: Caliente
Nickname: Los Xolos
El Xolaje (The Xolos-Crowd).

 

Club Tijuana is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Tijuana city. The club currently competes in the Liga MX as a franchise.

 

Founded in 2007, the club is one of the Liga MX least title winners with a single title. The club also boasts of one Ascenso MX title.

16. Toluca

City/Location: Toluca
Stadium: Nemesio Díez
Nickname: Los Diablos Rojos (The Red Devils).

 

Deportivo Toluca Fútbol Club is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Toluca city.

The club competes in the Primera Division as a franchise.

 

It is one of the oldest sides in the division did in 1917.

 

In terms of all-time Liga MX record Champions, Toluca is third with ten titles behind Chivas Guadalajara with 12 and Club América leads to chart with a record of thirteen titles.

 

Toluca is also successful internationally haven won the CONCACAF Champions League twice in the past.

 

In terms of popularity, Toluca is ranked in the top ten most popular soccer clubs in México.

 

The club also boasts of two Copa MX titles and four Campeón de Campeones which makes it one of the most successful teams in the history of Méxican Soccer.

 

17. Tigres UANL

City/Location: San Nicolás De Los Garza
Stadium: Universitario
Nickname: Los Tigres (The Tigers).

 

Tigres UANL or UANL is a Méxican professional soccer club based in San Nicolás de Los Garza city.

 

The club competes in the Liga MX and is currently ranked as one of the best sides most recently.

 

Founded in 1960, Tigres UANL is owned by the Autonomous University of Nuevo León.

 

Tigres have won seven Liga MX titles, three Copa MX and Campeón de Campeones respectively. Internationally, UANL has won the CONCACAF Champions League once.

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The club’s home ground is situated inside the Autonomous University of Nuevo León complex.

 

In the modern era of football in the country outside Club América and Chivas Guadalajara, Tigres UANL is one of the best and most successful with five Liga MX titles since 2011.

 

The club achieved record consecutive wins in the Campeón de Campeones from 2016, 2017, and 2018.

 

18. Pumas UNAM

City/Location: México City
Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Universitario
Nickname: Los Pumas (The Cougars).

 

Club Universidad Nacional or Pumas is a Méxican professional soccer club based in Mexico City. It competes in the top flight.

 

Founded in 1954, the club is the second Liga MX Soccer club affiliated with a national university alongside Tigres UANL.

 

Pumas UNAM represents the National Autonomous University of Mexico and plays its home games inside the main university complex, the Estadio Olímpico Universitario in Ciudad Universitaria Stadium.

 

The club is also successful in its rights with seven league titles, one Copa MX and three Campeón de Campeones.

 

Internationally, Pumas UNAM has won a massive three CONCACAF Champions League.

 

About the Liga MX and the teams in the division

The Liga MX is the top-flight football league Competition in México contested by 18 clubs across the country.

 

The bottom-placed team is relegated and replaced by winners of the Ascenso MX, the country’s second division league.

 

Based on its competitive nature, it receives an audience across the world including the United States where some Primera Division games receive more attention than MLS games.

 

Since its inception in 1943, different winners have emerged with Club América and Chivas Guadalajara having more titles than others.

 

The league has never been a one-sided affair, rather it is one of the most competitive in the world.

 

It runs two short tournaments known as Apertura (opening) and Clausura (Closing).

 

The two winners battle for the Super Cup and bragging rights in the Campeón de Campeones which is a one-off match played.

 

The winner of the Campeón de Campeones qualifies for the Campeones Cup Trophy match played between winners of the MLS Cup and the Campeón de Campeones.

 

Popularity

The Méxican league is one of the most popular in the Américas. It receives audience from around the world including United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia.

 

It is also one of the wealthiest soccer Competition in the Américas with a very high revenue share accrued from domestic and international TV rights.

 

Competitiveness

It is one of the most competitive leagues in the Américas as well as grabbing the status in the world.

 

In Liga MX, it is rare to find clubs that can boost four to five consecutive league titles.

 

The highest had been three. Topsides including Club América, Chivas Guadalajara, CF Monterey, Tigres UANL, etc battle for the country’s top price.

 

Traditional sides in the league are Club América, Guadalajara, Tigres UANL, Toluca, Cruz Azul, Monterrey, Santos Laguna, Pumas UNAM, etc.

 

These clubs form a major rivalry and have played each other.

 

In the history of the league, Chivas and América are the only two active founders and have never been relegated from the division.

 

Chivas Guadalajara vs Club América El Súper Clásico derby

 

This is the biggest national derby and also one of the biggest in world football.

 

The two teams are always locked in a fierce battle in which a winner wins the bragging rights affair.

 

Today, Club América leads with 86 wins while Chivas are trailing with 77 wins as of June 5 2021. Read more about the Chivas vs América derby.

 

They are also the two teams with the most trophies in the country and still counting.

 

In terms of revenue, the league boost a large market share in the domestic and international scene through Television rights.

 

The league has a fierce Competition with the Major League Soccer in the United States and Canada who earns the highest attention.

 

Teams from the Liga MX is followed by people in the United States more than the way they follow the domestic league.

 

This is not unconnected with the success recorded over the years. The MLS had been in existence since 1943 while the MLS recently gained prominence.

 

The MLS and Liga MX at the two renowned leagues in North America as well as a place in the world’s top fifteen.

 

Conclusion

The Méxican Liga MX is one of the best top-flight football Competitions in the world with a top team that has turned out to be one of the best in the world.

 

The league consist of 18 teams from different cities scattered across several locations in the country. Each team Liga MX team has a unique logo with incredible nicknames surrounding their his and existence.

 

This article highlights the Liga MX teams, cities, stadiums, logos, locations and nicknames

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