C.D. Guadalajara Femenil


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2016 (6 years old)


Estadio Akron
(48,071 Capacity)

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Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico


Mexico Liga MX Femenil

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24 May 22 C.D. Guadalajara  0 - 1  C.F. Pachuca
21 May 22 C.F. Pachuca  2 - 4  C.D. Guadalajara
17 May 22 C.D. Guadalajara  2 - 0  Tigres UANL
14 May 22 Tigres UANL  2 - 0  C.D. Guadalajara
10 May 22 C.D. Guadalajara  3 - 2  Club Universidad

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C.D. Guadalajara Femenil is a Mexican women's football club based in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico. The club has been the female section of C.D. Guadalajara since 2017. The team plays in the Liga MX Femenil, which began in September 2017. Nicknames for the team are the Chivas and the Rebaño Sagrado, the same as the men's team.

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The Estadio Akron, formerly known as the Estadio Omnilife and Estadio Chivas (Estadio Chivas, Spanish pronunciation: ), is a multipurpose stadium that is used mostly for football matches. It is the home of Liga MX side C.D. Guadalajara. It is part of the JVC complex, and has a capacity of 48,071. Construction started in February 2004, but due to financial problems and other issues, the stadium's completion was delayed for a number of years.

The stadium hosted its first major international event with the first leg of the 2010 Finals of the Copa Libertadores, and hosted the 2011 Pan American Games opening and closing ceremonies. The stadium's artificial field caused great controversy, drawing criticism from many notable players, and in May 2012, it was announced that the stadium would replace the artificial turf with natural grass.




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