fuboTV, the legal streaming service available in the US, has added several new networks to its portfolio of soccer properties, which will come as a boost to sports fans wanting to watch Liga MX and MLS.

fuboTV has added the following networks to its portfolio:

• Univision Deportes,
• Univision,
• UniMás,
• Fusion, and
• El Rey Network.

Univision’s trio of Spanish-language networks (Univision, Univision Deportes and UniMás) have exclusive rights to Friday night MLS games plus select Liga MX, Eredivisie, US and Mexico national teams, Copa America 2016, Copa MX, Portugal’s Primeira Liga and more.

For soccer fans who don’t get UniMás, this is a great way to watch Friday night MLS games without having to upgrade to a Spanish-language TV package.

With the addition of select MLS and Liga MX games to fuboTV, the streaming service has been able to add those to its existing coverage of La Liga, Serie A, Ligue Un, League Cup, Championship, Brazilian league, Russian Premier League, Copa del Rey, Coppa Italia and others.

SEE MORE: The ultimate guide to watching soccer on TV and streaming in the US.

fuboTV is currently $6.99 per month. There’s no contract, and you can cancel anytime. Plus, fuboTV is currently offering a free 24-hour trial so you can try it out today.

With fuboTV losing Bundesliga rights to FOX Sports, the addition of Liga MX and MLS games is a welcome bonus for fuboTV subscribers.

Sign up for the free 24-hour trial to fuboTV today.