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|Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente|
|Nicknames:||Xolos | La Jauría | Xolaje | Rojinegros | Perros|
|Founded:||January 14th, 2007|
|Stadium:||Caliente | Tijuana, Baja California, México|
Liga MX | Club Tijuana
Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles, commonly known as Tijuana, or simply as Xolos, is a Mexican professional football club based in Tijuana. Founded on August 2006, the team advanced to the Primera División de México with a win at home over Irapuato, 2–1 on May 21, 2011. They would win the Liguilla for the first time in 2012 over Toluca with a 4–1 aggregate victory, achieving the title in the shortest time after promotion to the top flight in Mexican history.
The club is the latest in a long line of league teams in the city of Tijuana. Gallos Caliente was instituted in the summer of 2006. The team's name was later changed to Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente. Team and owner, Cruz Azul, announced the construction of the Estadio Caliente, a new stadium with a capacity for 33,333 people near Grupo Caliente's Agua Caliente Racetrack. Jorge Alberto Hank, the son of Jorge Hank Rhon, is the President of the team.
The team advanced to the Primera División de México with a win at home over Irapuato, 2–1 on May 21, 2011.
Jorge Alberto Hank and Gog Murguia Fernandez, the vice president, became the youngest executives in the history of Mexican professional football to be at the head of a club in the Primera División de México.
|Club Tijuana Honors|
|First Division of Mexico|
|Liga de Ascenso|
|1 Title | 2 Runners-ups|
|Campeón de Ascenso|
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