The Liga MX TV schedule for the most-watched soccer league in the US features games televised across a range of networks. These include FOX Sports, Univision, TUDN, UniMas, Universo and ESPN Deportes. Plus games are streamed via several legal streaming services.

From Club America and Chivas de Guadalajara to Santos Laguna and all clubs in between, almost every single Liga MX game is shown live on US television and streaming. The packed stadiums and exciting style of soccer will certainly entertain soccer fans, no matter what language you speak.

Liga MX TV schedule

We’re continually updating the Liga MX TV schedule throughout the season, so bookmark the page and keep returning to stay on top of all of the latest listings.

Beginning in the summer of 2018, FOX Sports launched English-language broadcasts of Liga MX too.

Helming FOX Deportes’ coverage of Liga MX are host and play-by-play announcer Rodolfo Landeros, play-by-play announcer John Laguna and former Mexican National Team captain Claudio Suarez and former Mexican Internationals Mariano Trujillo and Martin Zuñiga.

Since July 2016, Univision launched 3 live games every Saturday night in primetime in a 6-hour block of Liga MX action. The first game is on Univision Deportes Network, followed by the second and third games on Univision. The name of the Liga MX programming is Sabado Futbolero. Read more details about it.

New for 2019, the inaugural edition of Leagues Cup will feature four clubs from Liga MX and MLS in an eight-team single-elimination tournament that aims to crown the best team of North America.

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League: Liga MX
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Liga MX TV schedule

All times Eastern.

Last updated: September 15, 2019


Sunday, September 15

Toluca vs. Morelia, 1pm, Univision, TUDN and fuboTV (free trial)

Santos Laguna vs. Pachuca, 7:30pm, FOX Deportes, AT&T TV Now and fuboTV (free trial)


Thursday, September 18

Cruz Azul vs. Tigres UANL (Leagues Cup final), 10pm, ESPN2, Sling Orange, Hulu Live and AT&T TV Now (free trial)


Saturday, September 21

Necaxa vs. Club León, 6pm, ESPN Deportes, AT&T TV Now and Sling TV (free trial)

Pachuca vs. Xolos de Tijuana, 8pm, ESPN Deportes, AT&T TV Now and Sling TV (free trial)


Tuesday, September 24

Querétaro vs. Rayos del Necaxa, 7:30pm, ESPN Deportes, AT&T TV Now and Sling TV (free trial)


Thursday, September 26

Toluca vs. Atlético San Luis, 8:30pm, ESPN Deportes, AT&T TV Now and Sling TV (free trial)


Tuesday, October 1

Toros del Celaya vs. Dorados (Copa MX), 8pm, ESPN Deportes, AT&T TV Now and Sling TV (free trial)


Wednesday, October 9

Pumas vs. Sevilla (friendly), time TBD, San Jose, California


Friday, October 11

Bermuda vs. Mexico (CONCACAF League of Nations), 6pm, FloFC


Saturday, October 12

Club America vs. Sevilla (friendly), time TBD, San Francisco, California


Tuesday, October 15

Mexico vs. Panama (CONCACAF League of Nations), 10pm, FloFC


Wednesday, November 13

Monterrey vs. Sevilla (friendly), time TBD, Houston, Texas


Friday, November 15

Panama vs. Mexico (CONCACAF League of Nations), 10pm, FloFC


Saturday, November 16

Chivas vs. Sevilla (friendly), time TBD, Dallas, Texas


Tuesday, November 19

Mexico vs. Bermuda (CONCACAF League of Nations), 10pm, FloFC


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