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Liga MX TV Schedule

Clausura 2024
All times PT
Last updated: 6/18/2024

Liga MX U.S. Broadcast Rights

Mexico's top soccer league, Liga MX has a huge following even outside its home country. In the United States, TV networks compete heavily for broadcast rights. It always comes down to Univision and Telemundo and, currently, Univision has the bulk of the rights through 2026. On an average week, here's when most matches are played...


  • Friday - most Friday nights, 1-2 live matches are played. They're usually on TUDN or one of their secondary networks (e.g., TUDNxtra).
  • Saturday - a block of 3 matches (6 hours) every Saturday night. These are always shown on Univision and TUDN.
  • Sunday - on Sundays, you'll get another 2 to 3 games. Broadcasting channels vary depending on the match-up and which team is at home.
Televisa Univision Most matches

In the states, Univision holds the rights to the majority of Liga MX matches. Depending on the day of week and popularity of the game, they're broadcast on a specific or mix of channels. Top-tier matches or those on the weekend often end up on Univision. Most other matches can be seen on TUDN and/or ViX.

Channels:
Univision TUDN ViX UniMás
NBC Sports Chivas de Guadalajara

NBC Sports, who owns Telemundo, currently only has the rights to Guadalajara home matches. UNIVERSO and Peacock are other ways to stream those games (English broadcasts on Peacock).

Channels:
Telemundo UNIVERSO Peacock
Fox Sports Monterrey, Santos Laguna & Tijuana

Fox Sports has the rights for the home matches of Monterrey, Santos Laguna and Tijuana. Most of those games are shown on Fox Deportes. Popular contests are upgraded to Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2.

Channels:
Fox Deportes FS1 FS2
ESPN Monterrey, Santos Laguna & Tijuana

Along with Fox Sports, ESPN shares coverage of home games of Monterrey, Santos Laguna and Tijuana. They can almost always be seen on ESPN Deportes.

Channels:
ESPN Deportes

Fubo has all the Liga MX channels

As you can see, there are a variety of different channels that could broadcast a Liga MX game. Each club has the freedom to negotiate their own TV deal for home games. If you only follow one team, you might be able to watch most of their contests on Univision (for free with an antenna). But, you'll often find the next match will not be on Univision. In most cases, a streaming provider is the cheapest and easiest way to watch it. For Liga MX (and soccer in general), Fubo is almost always your best bet. It carries ALL the Liga MX channels and conveniently offers a 7-day trial.

Streaming Liga-MX with Fubo
  • Channels: 261
  • Best price: $32.99
  • 7-day free trial
Liga-MX
Liga MX on Fubo Visit Fubo

Best plan options: Latino and Pro

Of Fubo's four plans, we most often recommend Latino and Pro for Liga MX fans. At $32.99/mo, it's obviously the cheapest yet packed with nearly all the Spanish-language networks that cover Liga MX. Specifically, it includes Univision, UniMas, TUDN, Fox Deportes, and ESPN Deportes.

If you'd rather have more (English-language) programming, the Pro plan is Fubo's most popular choice for Liga MX. Its lineup includes Univision, TUDN, UniMas, Telemundo, Universo, FS1 and FS2. If you also want Fox Deportes and ESPN Deportes, you'll need the International Sports Plus add-on plan ($6.99/mo). Check out our full Fubo review for more details.

Plan
Channels
Price /mo
Bonus
Free Trial
Latino
65
$32.99
250 hrs Cloud DVR
7 days
185
$79.99
1,000 hrs Cloud DVR
7 days

Liga MX Broadcast Teams and Pre-Game Shows

TUDN, which broadcasts 16 of the 18 teams on a regular basis, has excellent coverage. Pre-game and for Spanish-language viewers, their flagship soccer show is Fútbol Central. Seasoned hosts like Alejandro Berry get you informed all the way to kick-off. For the matches themselves, their play-by-play and analyst teams (almost) always keep the game interesting, even when goals are scarce. Some of their best play-by-play guys include Paco Villa and Enrique Bermúdez.

On the English-language side, José Hernández and Alejandro Berry show their versatility by calling a bunch of the action. Ex-players such as Moisés Muñoz toss in plenty of color during key moments of the game.

Though Telemundo is currently only covering Chivas de Guadalajara matches, they still put on a well-rounded show, before and after the game too. Pre-games usually air on Universo or Peacock with the English-language broadcast of the games on Peacock. Tune to Telemundo or Universo for the traditional Spanish-language coverage. Note that Telemundo also has rights to the Chivas women's team (Chivas Femenil). It gets similar coverage across all the same networks.

Important Dates

Running continuously for half a year, Liga MX has a few important dates. There aren't any major groups or ports, all teams roughly play all the others an equal amount of times. The top teams towards the end of the season qualify for play-in matches. Winners move on to the semifinals a few days later, with the finals about a week later.

  • 1/12 - Clausera season starts
  • 5/2 - 5/5 - Play-in matches
  • 5/15, 5/16, 5/18, 5/19 - Semifinals 1
  • 5/23 - F1
  • 5/26 - FV
  • 5/26 - Clausera season ends
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