C.F. Pachuca

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Club de Fútbol Pachuca is a Mexican professional football team based in Pachuca, Hidalgo, that competes in Liga MX. Founded by Cornish miners in 1901, it is one of the oldest football clubs in the Americas.wikipedia
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2006 Copa Sudamericana

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In 2006, Pachuca became the first CONCACAF team to win a CONMEBOL tournament.
Pachuca won their first title in history after defeating Colo-Colo tying 1–1 in the first leg in Mexico, and winning 2–1 in Chile that gave them the trophy.

Liga MX

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Club de Fútbol Pachuca is a Mexican professional football team based in Pachuca, Hidalgo, that competes in Liga MX.
Of the 56 teams to have competed in the league, América has won the title 13 times, followed by Guadalajara (12), Toluca (10), Cruz Azul (8), León, UANL and UNAM (7), and Pachuca and Santos Laguna (6).

Javier Aguirre

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In the 1998–1999 season, the team breaks its own bad streak by a draw against Atlante F.C. in the Estadio Azteca in front of 30,000 people and avoid returning to the Primera División "A" and for the first time in 30 years remaining in the top league for two consecutive years under coach Javier Aguirre.
After retiring as a player, he took up managing, first with Atlante and then Club Pachuca, where he won the Invierno championship in 1999.

Albinegros de Orizaba

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Other clubs soon were established in surrounding states, including Albinegros de Orizaba, Reforma AC, British Club, Puebla A.C., and Mexico Cricket Club.
In 1902 the "Liga Mexicana de Football Amateur Association", also known as Primera Fuerza, was founded with 5 clubs Pachuca A.C, Mexico Cricket Club, Reforma AC and British Club.

Étoile Sportive du Sahel

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They were knocked out by their first rival in the tournament, CAF champions Étoile Sportive du Sahel from Tunisia on December 8.
The club became the second club to reach the FIFA Club World semi-final as the representative of CAF, after Al Ahly SC in 2006, as they defeated Pachuca CF at the quarter-final of 2007 FIFA Club World Cup.

Atlante F.C.

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In the 1998–1999 season, the team breaks its own bad streak by a draw against Atlante F.C. in the Estadio Azteca in front of 30,000 people and avoid returning to the Primera División "A" and for the first time in 30 years remaining in the top league for two consecutive years under coach Javier Aguirre.
Right from its ashes, and back to its homeground Estadio Ciudad de los Deportes, now rebaptized as Estadio Azulgrana, Atlante managed to make an incredible come back to the Primera División, after 3 outstanding games against Pachuca in the final series for the Segunda División Championship.

Mexican Football Federation

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After the FMF splits the calendar into two half-length tournaments, Pachuca becomes champion of the Winter tournament.
Of 34 clubs in the top two tiers, about half of the teams are owned by five groups: Grupo Pachuca (León, Pachuca, Mineros de Zacatecas, Tlaxcala), Grupo Salinas (Atlas, Monarcas Morelia), Grupo Caliente (Tijuana, Dorados de Sinaloa, Cafetaleros de Tapachula) and Orlegi Deportes (Santos Laguna, Tampico Madero).

Cruz Azul

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They defeated Cruz Azul in the second leg of the final playoff.
In the Final, against another Mexican club, C. F. Pachuca, they had the chance to win their 6th CONCACAF championship, winning the first game 2–1, but losing in Pachuca's home at the last minute 1–0 by the away goals rule, thus losing the opportunity to participate on the 2010 FIFA Club World Cup in the UAE.

1992–93 Mexican Primera División season

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Pachuca, who was promoted from Segunda División the previous season, was relegated.

1972–73 Mexican Primera División season

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Pachuca was relegated to Segunda División.

Primera División de México Invierno 1998

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Pachuca was promoted to the Primera División de México thus, Veracruz was relegated to the Primera División A.

Primera División de México Invierno 1999

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In the final Pachuca defeated Cruz Azul and became champions for the 1st time.

Celaya F.C.

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However, they are unable to crown their efforts and fall to Atlético Celaya in an overtime final.
They joined Primera División after winning the 1994–1995 Liga de Ascenso tournament where they managed to beat Pachuca.

2007 FIFA Club World Cup

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With the victory over Guadalajara, Pachuca claimed a spot in the 2007 FIFA Club World Cup, scheduled for December 7–16, 2007.

Primera División de México Invierno 1997

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U.A.N.L. was promoted to the Primera División de México thus, Pachuca was relegated to the Primera División A.

Primera División de México Verano 2001

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In the final Santos Laguna defeated Pachuca and became champions for the 2nd time.

LA Galaxy

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Pachuca beat the Los Angeles Galaxy in penalty kicks (4–3) after tying 1–1 after overtime.
In that season's SuperLiga, LA reached the final but lost to Mexican side Pachuca on penalties after extra time.

Primera División de México Invierno 2001

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Pachuca defeated UANL in the final, their second title win.

2007 North American SuperLiga

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Since then, it has been one of the most successful clubs in Mexico, winning six national championships, four CONCACAF Champions' Cups, the 2007 SuperLiga, and one Copa Sudamericana.

Primera División de México Apertura 2003

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On 20 December, Pachuca defeated Tigres UANL and became champions for the third time.

Copa Sudamericana

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Since then, it has been one of the most successful clubs in Mexico, winning six national championships, four CONCACAF Champions' Cups, the 2007 SuperLiga, and one Copa Sudamericana.

2010 FIFA Club World Cup

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On April 2010, Pachuca clenched their fourth CONCACAF Champions Cup Title after defeating Cruz Azul, and secured a berth for the 2010 FIFA Club World Cup.

CONCACAF

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In 2006, Pachuca became the first CONCACAF team to win a CONMEBOL tournament.

Pachuca

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Club de Fútbol Pachuca is a Mexican professional football team based in Pachuca, Hidalgo, that competes in Liga MX.
In 1900 Cornish miners established the Pachuca Athletic Club, which was primarily dedicated to football.