Club América

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Estadio Azteca

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The team plays its home games at the Estadio Azteca, the largest stadium in Mexico and Latin America, and the seventh largest association football-specific stadium in the world.
It is the official home of football club Club América and the Mexico national football team.

List of association football stadiums by capacity

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The team plays its home games at the Estadio Azteca, the largest stadium in Mexico and Latin America, and the seventh largest association football-specific stadium in the world.

El Súper Clásico (Mexico)

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Matches between them are known as El Súper Clásico, considered to be the biggest rivalry in Mexico, and one of the biggest in the world.
El Súper Clásico (English: The Super Classic), also known as El Clásico (English: The Classic), and El Clásico de Clásicos (English: The Classic of Classics), is an association football match between Mexican clubs América and Guadalajara.

Cruz Azul

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América also play local derbies against Cruz Azul and Club Universidad Nacional. The club once again reached the league final during the Clausura 2005 tournament, finishing third in the standings and defeating Santos Laguna and Cruz Azul in the quarterfinals and semi-finals to face Tecos UAG.
Cruz Azul has been the Primera División champion eight times, trailing Toluca's 10, C.D. Guadalajara's 12, and Club América's 13.

C.D. Guadalajara

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The club has a long-standing rivalry with Guadalajara, as both are the most successful and most popular clubs in the country, and are the only clubs to have never been relegated to the second division.
During the 1982–83 season, Guadalajara finished seventh in the league and qualified for the playoffs, going on to eliminate Atlante F.C. in quarter-finals and Club América in Semifinals.

Atlante F.C.

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Necaxa, Atlante, Real Club España, Germania, and Asturias were already members of the Liga Mayor de la Ciudad.
In order for Atlante to be allowed into the league, it had to win several proof-matches against Toluca and América, two powerful football clubs.

Deportivo Toluca F.C.

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The first play-off final was in 1971 between Toluca and América, leaders of Groups 1 and 2, respectively.
Toluca has won the Mexican Primera División 10 times, making it the third most winning team, behind América (13) and Guadalajara (12).

Tigres UANL

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They also won the Campeón de Campeones title by beating Tigres UANL 2–0.
The club had their first major success in the 1975–76 season, becoming the first team from Nuevo León to win a trophy by conquering the Copa MX against Club América.

Tecos F.C.

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They finished in first place during the 1975–1976 season, and defeated Tecos UAG and Union de Curtidores in the quarter-finals and semi-finals to reach the final against Universidad de Guadalajara. The club once again reached the league final during the Clausura 2005 tournament, finishing third in the standings and defeating Santos Laguna and Cruz Azul in the quarterfinals and semi-finals to face Tecos UAG.
The club was runner-up in the Mexican League's Clausura 2005, after losing to Club América in the second game, 6-3.

Javier Fragoso

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The goals were scored by Javier Fragoso and Vavá, each scoring twice.
Born in Mexico City in 1942, he was a forward for Club América, for whom he made his debut in 1962.

C.F. Monterrey

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On 21 April 1964, at the Estadio Olímpico Universitario, the team, now coached by Alejandro Scopelli, defeated Monterrey 6–5 in the final match of the Copa México.
The following year Monterrey finished runner up to Club América who went on to win the league title that year against Toluca.

CONCACAF Giants Cup

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It has won a record seven CONCACAF Champions Cup/Champions League titles, two Copa Interamericana cups and one CONCACAF Giants Cup.
The cup was for CONCACAF teams with the highest attendance in their national league, and was won by Mexico's Club América.

C.D. Veracruz

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The 1951–1952 season saw América finish in 11th place out of 12, with a 3-point-advantage over Veracruz, who were relegated.
The worst season came in the 1951–52 tournament after a long relegation fight that came down to the end against Club América; they lost and were relegated for the first time in history to the newly created Segunda División de México.

List of Mexican football champions

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During this period, América won the league title five times, including three consecutive titles; the 1983–84 season, the 1984–85 season, the Prode-85 tournament, the 1987–88 and 1988–89 seasons.

Rafael Garza Gutiérrez

Rafael Garza Gutiérrez went to get some of his father's navy blue trousers and a yellow shirt and it was decided amongst the group that those would be the club's colors.
He, along with other members of the Garza family, are recognized as the founders of Club América.

Carlos Reinoso

After losing the first-leg and winning the second, América would win the championship in a playoff match in 1978 by a score of 2–1 after extra-time, with a last second free-kick goal by midfielder Carlos Reinoso.
In 1970 Reinoso was scouted by Mexican club América, with whom he played for nine years.

Primera División de México Clausura 2005

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The club once again reached the league final during the Clausura 2005 tournament, finishing third in the standings and defeating Santos Laguna and Cruz Azul in the quarterfinals and semi-finals to face Tecos UAG.
América won the championship for the tenth time in its history and thus qualified for the CONCACAF Champions' Cup 2006.

Copa Interamericana

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It has won a record seven CONCACAF Champions Cup/Champions League titles, two Copa Interamericana cups and one CONCACAF Giants Cup. In 1977, América participated in their first Copa Interamericana, playing against Argentine club Boca Juniors, winners of the 1977 Copa Libertadores.
Mexico's América broke the South American hegemony after beating Boca Juniors in a play-off match in 1977.

1977 Copa Interamericana

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In 1977, América participated in their first Copa Interamericana, playing against Argentine club Boca Juniors, winners of the 1977 Copa Libertadores.
The 1977 Copa Interamericana was a two-legged football match contested between 1977 Copa Libertadores champion Boca Juniors and 1977 CONCACAF Champions' Cup champion Club América.

Joaquín del Olmo

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Other Mexican players such as Joaquín del Olmo, Raúl Gutierrez, among others were signed as well.
He joined America after the 1994 World Cup, staying for two years before moving to the Netherlands to Vitesse Arnhem in the 1996–97 season.

2006 CONCACAF Champions' Cup

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On 19 April 2006, América defeated fellow-Mexican side Toluca to win the CONCACAF Champions' Cup, thus qualifying for the FIFA Club World Cup that same year.
The tournament ended with a two-legged final between Mexican teams América and Toluca.

Primera División de México Clausura 2007

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After the Club World Cup, América qualified for the playoffs of the Clausura 2007 defeating Atlas and Guadalajara in the quarter and semi-finals.
Reigning champions Guadalajara were eliminated in semifinals by archrivals América and thus could not retain their title.

Leo Beenhakker

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In 1994, club president Emilio Diez Barroso announced the hiring of Dutch manager Leo Beenhakker, who had previously coached Spanish club Real Madrid to a La Liga title.
Beenhakker has been the coach of several prestigious clubs including Ajax, Feyenoord, Real Madrid, Real Zaragoza and Club América.

2007 Copa Sudamericana Finals

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América also participated in the Copa Sudamericana, reaching the finals to play against Arsenal de Sarandí of Argentina.

CONCACAF

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In international competitions, América has won ten FIFA recognized club trophies, the most for a club from the CONCACAF region.
The most successful club is Club América from Mexico, with seven titles; fellow Mexico side Cruz Azul is just behind with six.