Estadio Akron, formerly known as the Estadio Omnilife and Estadio Chivas, is a multipurpose stadium that is used mostly for football matches, including home matches for Club Deportivo Guadalajara, commonly known as the "Chivas". It is part of the JVC complex, and has a capacity of 49,850. First works started in February 2004, less than 2 years after Jorge Vergara, billionaire and owner of the ground bought Chivas. Due to insufficient funding, construction was halted several times and ended after 6.5 years.
The iconic part of this stadium is its hill-like shape. Concrete shell cast on site was covered with 700,000 sq.ft. of grass to create a dynamic and yet fluent connection with surrounding landscape. This was the idea of VFO architects, who made it almost like a volcano with red crater of double-tiered seating and a white cloud made of PVC membrane for the roof, nearly levitating thanks to only 16 supports.