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The Copa Pachuca, sometimes referred to as La Cuna de Futbol is a short tournament in preparation for the Primera División de México. La Copa Pachuca is always held in C.F. Pachuca's stadium, which has been the Estadio Hidalgomarker.

Format

Copa Pachuca is actually a very quick preparation tournament where each participating team only gets to play two games. The tournament starts in the semi-final round at the start with only one legged games. The two teams that win their first game move onto the final. The two teams that lose their first game have to play a third game for third place. All games are treated like playoff games. In case of a tie, the two teams will move onto penalties.

Results

Year Final
Winner Score Runner-up
2009

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C.F. Pachuca 1(5) - 1(4) Atlante FC
2006

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Cruz Azul 5 - 2 C.F. Pachuca
2005

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Atlante FC 4 - 2 Cruz Azul
2004

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C.F. Pachuca 3 - 3 (5 - 4)* Deportivo Toluca F.C.
2002

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Cruz Azul 1 - 1 (4 - 2)* C.F. Pachuca
2001

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Monarcas Morelia 1 - 0 C.F. Pachuca
2000

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C.F. Pachuca 1 - 0 Cruz Azul
1999

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Club Deportivo Guadalajara 2 - 0 Monarcas Morelia


  • * means that the champion had to be determined through a penalty shoot-out


Champions

Position Team Participations # Titles Won Years Won Years Runner-Up
1 C.F. Pachuca 8 3 (2000), (2004), (2009) (2001), (2002), (2006)
1 Cruz Azul 5 2 (2002), (2006) (2000), (2005)
3 Monarcas Morelia 4 1 (2001) (1999)
3 Atlante FC 2 1 (2005) (2009)
3 Club Deportivo Guadalajara 1 1 (1999)
6 Deportivo Toluca F.C.* 1 0 (2004)


  • * means that the team has no yet been a champion (but they are included for having reached the final)
  • more teams have participated in Copa Pachuca yet are not included in the list above for not have reached the final


References

  • http://www.senorgol.nu/mexico/futmexsub.htm



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