Where to watch Liga MX Live on US TV

Liga MX Live on US TVMexican Liga MX is the most popular and mostly watched domestic soccer league, among all the televised soccer competitions on US TV. The highest tier soccer competition of Mexico has gained such an enormous amount of popularity in the USA due to huge number of Mexican or Mexican-American living in the country, the best accessibility among all and also for huge level of entertainment it provides. This article will be a best guideline for the viewers about where to and how to watch Liga MX fixtures live in United States.

Where to Watch Mexican Liga MX Fixtures Live on TV in United States?


Liga MX is shown across large number of cable TV networks and cable TV channels within USA. FOX Sports Network, ESPN Network, Univision Network as well as NBC’s Telemundo, all these popular sports specialty networks do have the broadcasting right of the Liga MX matches live in America. In fact, these networks make team based deals and according to those deals, they televise the home fixtures of the specific clubs.

Liga MX Club Based Home Matches Broadcasting Details:

FOX Sports network televises the home fixtures of Monterrey and Club Tijuana in English through FS1 and FS2. They also air the home matches of Santos Laguna along with those previously mentioned club’s home games, in Spanish language through FOX Deportes. Apart from these, the network televises some of the fixtures live through their regional channels in different parts of the USA. Satellite TV users can found FS1, FS2 and FOX Deportes in both Dish Network and DirecTV.

NBC’s sports specialty service Telemundo has gained the broadcasting right of the home games featuring Chivas Guadalajara. They have just acquired the right in the 2020 and will broadcast the fixtures both in English and Spanish language.

Univision network the biggest television broadcaster of Liga MX in USA, holds the televising right of home matches of 14 out of 18 Liga MX clubs! The network airs the fixtures live across the channels: TUDN, Univision, UniMas and Galavision. All these channels are available through TV satellites Dish Network and DirecTV.

Apart from these, ESPN Deportes also televises 2-3 games every weekend which are available through Univision network channels as well. So the Spanish language users can also put their eyes on this channel to enjoy some of the Liga MX actions live.

On TV Broadcasting Chart of Liga MX Fixtures:

Broadcasting Network Cable TV Channels Featuring Home Side Match Language Availability
FOX Sports Network FOX Sports 1 Monterrey, Club Tijuana Both English and Spanish
FOX Sports 2 Both English and Spanish
FOX Deportes Santos Laguna, Monterrey and Club Tijuana Spanish Only
NBC Telemundo Chivas Guadalajara Both English and Spanish
Univision TUDN Club America, Cruz Azul, Atlas, Atletico San Luis, Leon, Juarez, Mazatlan, Puebla, Pachuca, Necaxa, Queretaro, UNAM, UANL, Toluca Both English and Spanish
Univision Both English and Spanish
UniMas Both English and Spanish
ESPN ESPN Deportes Club America, Cruz Azul, UNAM, UANL, Toluca Spanish Only

Match Day Based Broadcasting Chart of Liga MX in America:

A typical Liga MX match week starts with a couple of Friday night fixtures which is followed by 3-4 Saturday night clashes and 2-3 Sunday night encounters before coming to an end with a Monday night action.

Select Match Day Match Starting Time Time (In USA) Featuring Clubs (Home Matches) Broadcasting Cable TV Network or Channel
Fridays 7:30 pm ET Necaxa, Puebla Univision Network
8:30 pm ET Juarez, Mazatlan Univision Network
Saturdays 7 pm ET Guadalajara Telemundo (NBC)
Club Tijuana FOX Sports Network
UANL ESPN Deportes or Univision Network
9 pm ET Club America, Cruz Azul ESPN Deportes or Univision Network
Atlas Univision Network
7 and 9 pm ET Monterrey FOX Sports Network
Sundays 7 pm ET Queretaro Univision Network
Santos Leguna FOX Sports Network
12 pm ET UNAM, Toluca ESPN Deportes or Univision Network
Mondays 9 pm ET Pachuca, Leon Univision Network
Various or Unspecific Various (Unspecific) Atletico San Luis Univision Network

How Can I Stream Liga MX Matches Live Within US?

Plenty of options for enjoying the Liga MX clashes live via online streaming within US. The sources through which you can catch the Mexican top flight fixtures live inside America, are mentioned below:

  • fuboTV: Definitely the best source to catch all the Liga MX fixtures live here in America. fuboTV gives you access to all the FOX Sports network, Univision network channels as well as Telemundo. Thus it is the only source which ensures you don’t miss a single minute of any of the broadcasting fixtures in USA. You can purchase the monthly package starting from 59.99 USD and add on “Sports Plus” for 11 US Dollar more. A total of 70.99 US Dollar will provide you month full of unlimited soccer matches including Liga MX fixtures.
  • Sling TV: Sling TV gives access to FS1, FS2, FOX Deportes, ESPN Deportes as well as UniMas. Their monthly subscription fee is 30 USD for both Sling Orange or Sling Blue and 45 US Dollar for the combined package of the both.
  • Univision Now: The online streaming service owned by the Univision group which means it will deliver you the majority of the matches broadcast through Univision network channels UniMas, Galavision and Univision. However the standalone Univision Now service doesn’t feature TUDN and you can only get access to that channel through cable TV subscription. It can be purchased both as monthly or yearly package. The aforementioned one costs 10.99 USD meanwhile the later mentioned one will make you pay 118.99 USD for a whole year service.
  • AT&T TV Now: Provides FOX Sports Network channels along with ESPN Deportes means you can catch a portion of the actions live through this. It’s monthly packages varies from 59.99 up to 129.99 US Dollar and also provides 7 days free trial to the potential new subscribers.
  • Hulu+ Live TV: Just like AT&T TV Now, Hulu+ Live too gives access to FS1, FS2, FOX Deportes and ESPN Deportes. It will cost $54.99 for service of one month.
  • YouTube TV: The least amount of service among all which have been mentioned. This source which is full of entertainment will give you access to the FS1 and FS2 only. Which means if you are an entertainment lover and just follow either Monterrey or Club Tijuana home fixtures or both live, then you can go for this source. YouTube TV costs the subscribers 64.99 USD for one month service.

Online Streaming Details of Liga MX Fixtures in America:

Streaming Source or Service Available Cable TV Channels Available Home Games Club Cost
fuboTV FS1, FS2, FOX Deportes, Telemundo, Univision, TUDN, UniMas, ESPN Deportes Home Matches of All the 18 Liga MX Clubs are Available 70.99 US Dollar Per Month (Adding On 11 USD Per Month Sports Plus)
Sling TV FS1, FS2, FOX Deportes, UniMas and ESPN Deportes. Most of the Matches are Available through this source as well 30 US Dollar Per Month for Sling Orange or Sling Blue (Standalone) or 45 USD Combined
Univision Now UniMas, Galavision and Univision Club America, Cruz Azul, Atlas, Atletico San Luis, Leon, Juarez, Mazatlan, Puebla, Pachuca, Necaxa, Queretaro, UNAM, UANL, Toluca 10.99 US Dollar Per Month, 118.99 US Dollar Per Year
AT&T TV Now FS1, FS2, FOX Deportes and ESPN Deportes Santos Laguna, Monterrey and Club Tijuana, Club America, Cruz Azul, UNAM, UANL, Toluca 59.99-129.99 US Dollar Per Month
Hulu+ Live TV FS1, FS2, FOX Deportes and ESPN Deportes Santos Laguna, Monterrey and Club Tijuana, Club America, Cruz Azul, UNAM, UANL, Toluca 54.99 US Dollar Per Month
YouTube TV FS1 and FS2 Only Monterrey and Club Tijuana 64.99 US Dollar Per Month

Apart from all the ways mentioned above, the Radio lovers in US, can also listen the Liga MX coverage through SiriusXM via their radio set.

Ways To Enjoy Liga MX Actions Live In Canada:

Canadian viewers can watch the select Liga MX fixtures live through over the top sports specialty service OneSoccer. The mentioned service’s owner company Mediapro has recently extended their deal with the authority for two more seasons up to 2021-22. They will broadcast 2 games per game week and are expected to stream the fixtures in English as well as French language. However, the subscription only streaming service will broadcast the home fixtures of 7 Liga MX clubs. The clubs are: Cruz Azul, Club America, Necaxa, UANL Tigres, UNAM Pumas, FC Juarez and Toluca.

Viewers can purchase the service on diurnal, monthly and yearly packages. The 24 hours lasting diurnal service costs 5.99 USD meanwhile the 30 days lengthy monthly package has a subscription fee of 9.99 US Dollar. Apart from these, the yearly package which provides 12 months lengthy service costs 74.99 USD to the general customer while provides a discount of $25 (49.99 USD) to the CPL Club Season ticket holders. Interestingly, to attract the new customers, the service gives a free trial advantage of 30 days to the potential new customers.

Chart of Liga MX Broadcasting Details in Canada:

Broadcasting or Streaming Option Featuring Clubs Cost
OneSoccer (Owned by Mediapro) Cruz Azul, Club America, UNAM Pumas, FC Juarez, Necaxa, Toluca and UANL Tigres Diurnal Subscripton Fee 5.99 US Dollar, Monthly Subscripton Fee 9.99 US Dollar, Yearly Subscripton Fee 74.99 US Dollar. For CPL Club Season Ticket Holders 49.99 US Dollar Per Year.

Where To Find Mexican Domestic Cup Competitions Live On US TV?

Two premier level cup version soccer competitions of Mexico, Copa MX and Supercopa MX select matches are available via both cable TV channels as well as online streaming platforms. Copa MX the competition featuring all the Liga MX club along with the clubs from the lower division is a group system as well as knockout style soccer cup tournament. Copa MX matches are generally available through TUDN, Galavision, FS1, FS2, FOX Deportes, ESPN Deportes. Nevertheless, viewers can find select Supercopa MX fixtures on Univision network channels TUDN and Univision. Online watchers can find the actions live via fuboTV, Univision Now, Sling TV and some other online streaming sources.

Mexican Domestic Soccer Cup Competition Broadcasting TV Channels Online Streaming Sources
Copa MX FS1, FS2, FOX Deportes, ESPN Deportes, TUDN, Galavision. fuboTV, Univision Now, Sling Orange.
Supercopa MX Univision and TUDN. fuboTV, Univision Now

 

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