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Morelia vs Raya2 (23 Jan)

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Established
2021 (1 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estadio BBVA
(53,500 Capacity)

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Location
Guadalupe, Nuevo León, Mexico

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Mexican Ascenso MX

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Upcoming Events
23 Jan 22 Morelia  -  Raya2
26 Jan 22 Raya2  -  Alebrijes de
30 Jan 22 Celaya  -  Raya2
02 Feb 22 Raya2  -  Atlante
10 Feb 22 Mineros de  -  Raya2

Latest Results
11 Jan 22 Raya2  1 - 0  Cimarrones de
07 Jan 22 Pumas Tabasco  0 - 1  Raya2
16 Nov 21 Raya2  0 - 1  Morelia
11 Nov 21 Correcaminos UAT  2 - 1  Raya2
07 Nov 21 Raya2  1 - 1  Pumas Tabasco

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Club Raya2 Expansión is a football team that will play in the Liga de Expansión MX as of the 2021–22 season, it is the official reserve team of the C.F. Monterrey.

In 2020, the Ascenso MX was converted into Liga de Expansión MX this with the aim of turning it into a league for the development of footballers in exchange for financial support to member clubs that were in financial problems, due to this the possibility was opened for Liga MX clubs could establish their own teams in this league. However, in the first season of the new league only two clubs established secondary squads in the new league: C.D. Guadalajara with C.D. Tapatío and Club Universidad Nacional with Pumas Tabasco. While clubs like Monterrey preferred to lend their players to teams like Cancún F.C., Atlético Morelia and Alebrijes de Oaxaca.

Finally, for the 2021–22 season, the club's board decided to found its own team to retake players who were outside the club and give them the opportunity to reach the first team, so on June 21, 2021, the creation of the new one was made official team which was called Raya2 Expansión. On June 22, 2021 Aldo de Nigris was appointed as the first team manager.

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The Estadio BBVA, nicknamed "El Gigante de Acero" (Spanish for "The Steel Giant"), formerly known as the Estadio BBVA Bancomer, is a stadium developed by FEMSA and C.F. Monterrey in Guadalupe, Greater Monterrey. The stadium replaced the Estadio Tecnológico as the home of Monterrey, ending 63 years of residency at that stadium. The stadium has a capacity to accommodate 53,500 spectators.

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