Aztek Stadium - Mexicocity
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Soccer is the most popular sport in Mexico and Aztek Stadium is its indisputable home here. This huge arena holds 105,000 people and hosts the largest sporting events and music concerts in the country. Try the guided tour which takes you by the pitch, the bleachers, the locker room, the press room, and the tunnels. You can even walk out and pretend you're Chicharito - just let the cheers of the crowd rush over you!
The concerts here are electric, and some of the past performers are no less than megastars; Madonna, Michael Jackson, and U2 have all played here.
Whichever event you go for, you'll get a great view from the two enormous screens, at each end of the stadium, which bring up the court in detail. They're strategically placed and are each 9.12 by 16.32 metres big. There is also a restaurant here if you get hungry.
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