Arizona Cardinals take on the San Francisco 49ers in Week 11’s Monday Night Football game on November 22. The game will be played at the largest stadium in Mexico and Latin America, Estadio Azteca in the Tlalpan borough of Mexico City.

Mexico has been hosting NFL games since 2005. It was the first international regular-season game in the history of the league and was played between the same two teams at this venue.

That game was won by the Cardinals by a score of 31-14. It was attended by 1,03,467 people at the stadium, a record at the time for the largest crowd to attend a regular-season NFL game.

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Below is the list of all the games to be ever played at the Estadio Azteca:

1) San Francisco 49ers vs Arizona Cardinals

Date: October 2, 2005

The game was special as it was the first game Mexico hosted on its soil. The 49ers only scored points in the first quarter as Cardinals’ QB Josh McCown threw for career-high 385 yards and two touchdowns past the San Francisco defense. The final score for the game was 31-14 for the Arizona team.

2) Oakland Raiders vs Houston Texans

Date: November 21, 2016

Eleven years after the first game in the country, the National Football League went back to Mexico with two new teams playing. Oakland Raiders defeated the Houston Texans, 27-20, as quarterback Derek Carr threw three passing touchdowns for 295 yards along with an interception in the first game dubbed as the NFL Mexico Game.

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3) New England Patriots vs Oakland Raiders

Date: November 19, 2017

New England absolutely thrashed the Oakland-based team scoring 33 points past the Raiders’ defense with the resulting score being 33-8. Then Patriots QB Tom Brady passed for three touchdowns and completed a whopping 81% of his 37 passes to take extend his team’s winning streak to six games that year.

4) Kansas City Chiefs vs Los Angeles Chargers

Date: November 18, 2019

Chiefs’ were slated to play in Mexico a year before against the Los Angeles Rams but poor field conditions caused by rains led to the NFL canceling that game. Kansas City was granted another opportunity to play in the Latin American nation a year after, this time versus Los Angeles Chargers. The Chargers could not stop their opponent’s offense in a very close contest that resulted in the Patrick Mahomes-led team winning 24-17. QB Phillip Rivers threw four interceptions that game, taking his tally for the season to 14 which was second most in the league.