Where to watch and stream Liga MX games live

The Clausura is in full swing as Monterrey maintain a good lead at the top of the table. Here’s how you can watch Liga MX at home.

2023 season MX League It started on January 6th and things couldn’t have been easier for Monterrey who lead the standings by 4 points with only 7 match days remaining.

The Liga MX format remains unchanged: the regular season will consist of 17 days in which all participating clubs will face each other. The four clubs that finish on top of the standings will automatically qualify for the quarter-finals, while the teams that finish fifth through tenth enter the play-offs to compete for the other four quarter-final spots.

Currently, Monterrey, Tigres, Guadalajara and Pachuca hold the direct playoff spots with Toluca and Club America out. Here’s how you can experience the excitement of Liga MX at home.

How to watch and stream Liga MX games on TV and online

This page contains affiliate links. When you sign up through the links provided, we may earn a commission.

Since the majority of the top clubs in Mexico have unique contracts with different broadcasters, it can be more difficult to watch matches than usual.

Several media outlets, including TUDN, ViX, Azteca Deportes En Vivo, Azteca 7, ESPN Mexico, Star+, Fanatiz Mexico, Fox Sports Premium, and Afizzionados, have secured the rights to broadcast in Mexico by 2023.

Mexico channel and stream: TUDN, ViX, Azteca Deportes En Vivo, Azteca 7, ESPN Mexico, Star+, Fanatiz Mexico, Fox Sports Premium, Afizzionados
American TV channel and live broadcast: ESPN Deportes / Fox Deportes / Univision / Telemundo / FS1 / FS2 / TUDN / Vix / Peacock

Streaming games is a little simpler for US-based fans.

The majority of the league is covered by Univision, Telemundo, Fox Sports, and ESPN, with games available for live streaming via Vix and Sling TV.

Match highlights are available on Youtube for anyone to access globally on the official Liga MX Youtube channel.

Watch Liga MX live on ESPN

Upcoming Liga MX matches on TV

date Game TV channel/stream Departure time (Eastern time)
March 10th Atletico de San Luis – Queretaro TUDN+ / Sling TV 8:05 p.m
March 10th Puebla vs Guadalajara TUDN+ / Sling TV 10:05 p.m
March 11th Atlas vs Lyon Club Univision / TUDN + / Sling TV 6:00 p.m
March 11th Cruz Azul vs Pumas Onam FS+ / Fox Sports 8:05 p.m
March 11th Club America vs Tigres UANL TUDN+ / Sling TV 10:00 pm

You can see a list of upcoming Liga MX games to watch in the table above.

▶ Check out other live football matches shown on TV today

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *