Connect with us

Leagues: Liga MX

Liga MX increasing in popularity

With the interest among Americans growing in Liga MX, particularly as a result of Landon Donovan signing for Club Leon, we decided to create a Liga MX Viewing Guide to make it easier for you to better understand when and how to watch the Mexican top-flight league.

Already the most-watched soccer league in the United States, Liga MX is one of the most accessible soccer leagues to watch in this country. Many of the games are available via the over-the-air Univision network, which is available nationwide. Plus other games are shown on Univision Deportes, UniMas and Galavision — which are channels all owned by Univision.

The league is also very entertaining to watch, and features promotion/relegation.

In the free Liga MX Viewing Guide, available via e-mail (see below), it features:

• how the league is structured,
• where you can watch English-language broadcasts of games,
• who owns the TV rights to the league in the US,
• as well as where to watch the Mexico cup games on TV.

Viewing guide is no longer available. Download our free eBook instead

200+ Channels With Sports & News
  • Starting price: $33/mo. for fubo Latino Package
  • Watch Premier League, World Cup, Euro 2024 & more
  • Includes NBC, USA, FOX, ESPN, CBSSN & more
Live & On Demand TV Streaming
  • Price: $35/mo. for Sling Blue
  • Watch Premier League, World Cup & MLS
  • Includes USA, NBC, FOX, FS1 + more
Many Sports & ESPN Originals
  • Price: $6.99/mo. (or get ESPN+, Hulu & Disney+ for $13.99/mo.)
  • Features Bundesliga, LaLiga, Championship, & more
  • Also includes daily ESPN FC news & highlights show
2,000+ soccer games per year
  • Price: $4.99/mo
  • Features Champions League, Serie A, Europa League & NWSL
  • Includes CBS, Star Trek & CBS Sports HQ
175 Premier League Games & PL TV
  • Starting price: $4.99/mo. for Peacock Premium
  • Watch 175 exclusive EPL games per season
  • Includes Premier League TV channel plus movies, TV shows & more

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Daniel

    January 16, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    There is no reason why Liga MX cant have their broadcasts in English if you hit the SAP button. You cant tell me they couldnt find a few guys who speak english and spanish who know the league. They are missing out on a great opportunity.

  2. Noel

    January 16, 2018 at 5:06 pm

    Really ! Promotion and regulations…if I remember right those rules are bent whenever a popular team is slated to go down. Chivas rings a bell.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

More in Leagues: Liga MX

Translate »