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Estadio Universitario Beto Avila

This article is about the baseball stadium in the city of Veracruz. For the baseball stadium in Cancún, see Estadio de Béisbol Beto Ávila.
Estadio Universitario Beto Ávila
2 April 2009 photograph
Location Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico

19°9′54.35″N 96°7′21.85″W / 19.1650972°N 96.1227361°W / 19.1650972; -96.1227361Coordinates: 19°9′54.35″N 96°7′21.85″W / 19.1650972°N 96.1227361°W / 19.1650972; -96.1227361

Opened 1992[1]
Capacity 7,782[2]
Rojos del Águila de Veracruz (1992–present)

Estadio Universitario Beto Ávila is a stadium in Veracruz, Mexico.[1] It is primarily used for baseball and serves as the home stadium for the Rojos del Águila de Veracruz.[1] The stadium has a capacity of 7,782 people.[2] Prior to this stadium they played at the Parque Deportivo Veracruzano.

The stadium is named to honor Veracruz native Beto Ávila who played for the Cleveland Indians and a few other Major League Baseball teams before returning to play his last year (1960) as a player for the Tigres del México.[3] After retiring from active play Beto Ávila worked to further organize and advance the sport of baseball in Mexico.[3]


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