Mexico: You can eat dinner at… Estadio Azteca

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Mexico: You can eat dinner at… Estadio Azteca Estadio Azteca in Mexico City is offering a one-of-a-kind experience: a dinner right on the stadium's pitch. But it's not just about the meal; there's more to this package. All you need is the desire to participate and a few pesos to spare.


Benefits for all

Such initiatives undoubtedly benefit the stadiums and football clubs, and of course, the fans. Dining on Estadio Azteca pitch is more than just a meal. It's an opportunity to stand where legends have played, combined with a unique perspective of the stadium's architecture, different from the usual match day or large-scale event.

Stadiums worldwide are constantly seeking innovative ways to engage fans, boost revenue, and enhance the club's image. This dining experience is one of the most interesting fan engagement strategies we've seen in recent times.

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The dinner at the heart of Estadio Azteca consists of a four-course meal prepared by a renowned chef and an open bar. Attendees also get a brief tour of the stadium, exploring the locker rooms and press areas. They can even take a seat in the official players' seats and snap a photo. The entire experience is rounded off with a light show and musical entertainment.

Is it worth it?

Considering the uniqueness of this event, it's a fantastic experience at a reasonable price. The entire package comes at 2250 pesos, which is roughly just over €120 based on current exchange rates. This price also covers parking near the venue. The entire program spans a 3-hour stay at this iconic stadium. But why should one consider spending 2250 pesos to visit Estadio Azteca? Firstly, it's Mexico's national stadium and a symbol of the nation. While its history isn't ancient, it's undeniably one of the most significant venues in global sports.

The stadium has hosted two World Cup finals (1970, 1986) and numerous other tournaments, including the 1968 Olympic Games, the 1975 Pan American Games, the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup, and countless matches featuring Mexico's national team and six of the country's top clubs. The venue’s size is also impressive, boasting a capacity of 83,264 seats. Now, you have the chance to discover this iconic stadium. All it takes is a few pesos, provided spots are open.

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