Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino

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The Estadio Nacional (official name) is a multi-purpose stadium in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.wikipedia
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F.C. Motagua

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The stadium has a capacity of 34,000 and it is the home of football clubs F.C. Motagua, C.D. Olimpia and Lobos UPNFM. On 28 May 2017, four people were killed in a human stampede during the 2017 Clausura final between F.C. Motagua and C.D. Honduras Progreso.
The club competes in the Honduran top division playing its home games at the Estadio Nacional.

Honduras national football team

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The stadium was Honduras national football team's home stadium in the FIFA World Cup qualification for many years. In 1981, the stadium was host to 6 CONCACAF nations (Honduras, Mexico, El Salvador, Canada, Haiti and Cuba) for Spain 1982's final round of the World Cup qualifying football games that saw Honduras qualify for the first time to the World Cup.
The national team also plays at Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino in Tegucigalpa.

2009 UNCAF Nations Cup

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The stadium hosted the 2009 UNCAF Nations Cup where Panama won its first Central American championship and saw Nicaragua qualify for its first Gold Cup.
All games were played in Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino in Tegucigalpa.

1981 CONCACAF Championship

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All games were played in the Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino in Tegucigalpa.

Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano

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It was until 1998 with the completion of Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano that El Nacional lost the privilege of hosting most of Honduras' matches.
After its completion the stadium became the largest in the country dispatching Estadio Nacional's of that title.

Club Deportivo Olimpia

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The stadium has a capacity of 34,000 and it is the home of football clubs F.C. Motagua, C.D. Olimpia and Lobos UPNFM.

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The stadium has a capacity of 34,000 and it is the home of football clubs F.C. Motagua, C.D. Olimpia and Lobos UPNFM.

2018 CONCACAF League Finals

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The first leg was hosted by Herediano at the Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero in Heredia on 25 October 2018, while the second leg was hosted by Motagua at the Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino in Tegucigalpa on 1 November 2018.

2016–17 Honduran Liga Nacional

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On 28 May 2017, four people were killed in a human stampede during the 2017 Clausura final between F.C. Motagua and C.D. Honduras Progreso.
C.D. Social Sol made its official debut in Liga Nacional on 29 July when they lost 3–2 to Club Deportivo Olimpia at Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino.

Multi-purpose stadium

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The Estadio Nacional (official name) is a multi-purpose stadium in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Tegucigalpa

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The Estadio Nacional (official name) is a multi-purpose stadium in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Honduras

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The Estadio Nacional (official name) is a multi-purpose stadium in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Association football

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It is used mostly for Association football matches.

Tiburcio Carías Andino

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The National Stadium of Tegucigalpa was built during the administration of Tiburcio Carías Andino.

FIFA World Cup qualification

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The stadium was Honduras national football team's home stadium in the FIFA World Cup qualification for many years.

CONCACAF

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In 1981, the stadium was host to 6 CONCACAF nations (Honduras, Mexico, El Salvador, Canada, Haiti and Cuba) for Spain 1982's final round of the World Cup qualifying football games that saw Honduras qualify for the first time to the World Cup.

Mexico national football team

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In 1981, the stadium was host to 6 CONCACAF nations (Honduras, Mexico, El Salvador, Canada, Haiti and Cuba) for Spain 1982's final round of the World Cup qualifying football games that saw Honduras qualify for the first time to the World Cup.

El Salvador national football team

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In 1981, the stadium was host to 6 CONCACAF nations (Honduras, Mexico, El Salvador, Canada, Haiti and Cuba) for Spain 1982's final round of the World Cup qualifying football games that saw Honduras qualify for the first time to the World Cup.

Canada men's national soccer team

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In 1981, the stadium was host to 6 CONCACAF nations (Honduras, Mexico, El Salvador, Canada, Haiti and Cuba) for Spain 1982's final round of the World Cup qualifying football games that saw Honduras qualify for the first time to the World Cup.