Fixtures

Mexico Apertura 08/21 02:05 10 Juarez FC vs Mazatlan FC - View
Mexico Apertura 08/27 02:05 11 Mazatlan FC vs Club America - View
Mexico Apertura 09/04 00:05 12 Monterrey vs Mazatlan FC - View
Mexico Apertura 09/08 02:05 13 Mazatlan FC vs Atlas - View
Mexico Apertura 09/11 21:00 14 Cruz Azul vs Mazatlan FC - View
Mexico Apertura 09/17 02:00 15 Mazatlan FC vs Toluca - View

Results

Mexico Apertura 08/17 00:00 9 [10] Mazatlan FC v Queretaro [18] D 1-1
Mexico Apertura 08/13 22:00 8 [9] Leon v Mazatlan FC [16] W 0-3
Mexico Apertura 08/06 02:05 7 [17] Mazatlan FC v Chivas Guadalajara [15] W 2-1
Mexico Apertura 07/31 02:05 6 [9] Tijuana v Mazatlan FC [17] L 2-0
Mexico Apertura 07/28 02:05 5 [7] Unam Pumas v Mazatlan FC [17] D 1-1
Mexico Apertura 07/23 00:00 4 [16] Mazatlan FC v Atletico San Luis [13] D 1-1
Mexico Apertura 07/19 00:00 3 [2] Pachuca v Mazatlan FC [18] D 1-1
Mexico Apertura 07/09 00:00 2 [16] Mazatlan FC v Tigres UANL [14] L 0-1
Mexico Apertura 07/02 02:05 1 [13] Mazatlan FC v Puebla [15] L 2-4
Mexico Clausura 05/08 22:00 14 [5] Puebla v Mazatlan FC [12] L 5-3
Mexico Clausura 04/30 02:05 17 [13] Mazatlan FC v Puebla [3] W 2-1
Mexico Clausura 04/23 02:00 16 [18] Juarez FC v Mazatlan FC [16] W 0-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 40 21 19
Wins 12 9 3
Draws 11 6 5
Losses 17 6 11
Goals for 46 28 18
Goals against 56 26 30
Clean sheets 7 4 3
Failed to score 12 4 8

Wikipedia - Mazatlán F.C.

Mazatlán Futbol Club is a Mexican professional football team based in Mazatlán, Sinaloa currently playing in Liga MX. The club was established in June 2020 after the Monarcas Morelia franchise announced that it would be moving to the city of Mazatlán.

History

In 2017, the Government of Sinaloa decided to build a new football stadium in the city of Mazatlán as part of a project that intended to build and improve several sport venues in the state. One of the goals of this project was to have a professional football team playing in Mazatlán.

In 2020, works were accelerated in order to have the stadium completed before 30 June and ahead of the start of the 2020–21 season with the aim of looking for a professional team to move to the newly built stadium. The stadium was provisionally named as Estadio de Mazatlán (Mazatlán Stadium) and it reportedly cost 1.452 billion pesos.

The Government of Sinaloa together with a group of businessmen from Mazatlán lobbied with a few Liga MX teams. Three franchises were rumored as potential candidates to move to Mazatlán for the 2020–21 season: Morelia, Puebla and Querétaro.

On 2 June, it was officially announced that Monarcas Morelia was moving to Mazatlán and that it would be rebranded as Mazatlán Futbol Club. On 8 June, Mazatlán unveiled its crest and colours. The team colours are purple, black and white.

On 11 June, the club presented Francisco Palencia as their manager for the 2020–21 season. On 27 July Mazatlán played their first official match, in which they were defeated against Puebla with a score of 1–4: the club's first official goal was scored by César Huerta.