Estadio Corona is a stadium in Torreón, Coahuila, México, and the home stadium of Santos Laguna of Primera División de México.
It was completed in 2009, it has a standard capacity of 30,000, with 20,000 for special events. The stadium's total cost was $100 million USD. The stadium replaced the older Estadio Corona, built in 1970 with a capacity of just 18,000. The stadium is part of the Territorio Santos Modelo.
On August 20, 2011, a first division soccer match between Monarcas Morelia and Santos Laguna was suspended due to gunfire outside the stadium. During the 40th minute gunshots were heard and players, coaches, staff from both teams and referees ran for cover. Thousands of spectators ran onto the field or went under the seats to protect themselves. The shootout happened outside the stadium when three vehicles refused to stop at a checkpoint and started shooting. Nobody inside the stadium was injured but one policeman outside the stadium was injured.