As a new professional franchise, it will join the MX expansion coalition
Next year, the legendary Tamaulipas football club “Jaiba Brava”, will make their way to Chihuahua and join the MX Expansion League as an official professional team.
Currently, there are two Chihuahuas active in the team: defensive midfielder Germán Eguade from Juarez and former Atlas midfielder from the capital, Aldo López Vargas.
Sources close to the ambitious project said that it is being integrated by a group important Chihuahua businessmen. Negotiations are moving smoothly and they will be able to bring them to Tampico Madero in order to take part in the opening championship in 2022, which will begin in August next year.
“We are involved with researching what’s best for Chihuahua. It could be economics or sports. We want to build it and make it successful.”
You should also remember that Eugenio Baeza, a local businessman announced publicly that he was currently executing this project for Chihuahua. It cost him approximately 60 million pesos.
Tampico Madero, also known as Tampico Madero, is currently ranked eighth, after 11 games. He will be competing for a place in Liguria at the 2021 opening tourney.
He stated that, in addition to the private initiatives of baseball and basketball partners in this project the state and city governments are fully engaged to coordinate professional football’s entry into the capital. This was apparently done in cooperation with an autonomous university. The stadium’s first participant will be Chihuahua.
Marco Bonilla, who was mayor of Chihuahua throughout the campaign, has repeatedly stated that Chihuahua’s expansion league team will include a professional team. The city may also be able to create its own football stadium.
“We are currently negotiating with UACH principal who is also interested. Learn how to lay new turf on it and how the property can be made suitable for football.
The MX Expansion League has 17 teams currently. Many of them are subsidiaries to the First Division. Tampico Madero belonged to the Atlas or Santos groups. But, currently, the track has not been upgraded for the MX League.
Chihuahua City was in this division for a year in 2008 and 2009 when it was called “First A”, even though Indios Chihuahua at the time was in B and was not eligible to advance.
Similar to what the businessman suggested, professional baseball has been considered for Chihuahua City.
What is an extended alliance?
Ascenso MX disappeared after Clausura 2020 was cancelled. Instead, a new professional league was formed that can foster the development of young players. This is why the MX Expansion League came into existence. Its mission is to strengthen Mexican football and provide opportunities for new talents.