OurSantos Laguna TV schedule has every match in Liga MX and beyond for the Guerreros.

A relatively young club, Santos has amassed an impressive collection of trophies considering they’ve only been a top division outfit since 1988.

Santos Laguna TV schedule and streaming links

Santos Laguna on TV and streaming: U.S. only:

    Founded: 1983
    Stadium: Estadio Corona
    Manager: Pablo Repetto
    Liga MX / Copa MX titles: 6 / 1
    CONCACAF Champions Cup titles: 0 (two-time runners-up)

    Where can I watch the Santos Laguna game?

    Liga MX on TV in the US is one of the more nomadic soccer leagues for sure. Games are split between several networks and services.

    A good bulk of league matches are shown on Univision, UniMás, and TUDN, usually with back-to-back slates of games each weekend on Saturday and Sunday nights. The streaming service ViX has additional games not aired on television.

    Chivas home games however are only available on Telemundo and Peacock. When Santos is on the road in Guadalajara, look there for the game.

    FOX Deportes and FS1/FS2 also carry some Liga MX games. FS1/2 is the only spot where you can watch the league with English commentary.

    Fubo and DirecTV Stream have all the channels that air Liga MX, so either service is a solid choice for Mexican league fans.

    The CONCACAF Champions Cup airs on FOX Sports – FS1, FS2 and FOX Deportes.

    Leagues Cup is on MLS Season Pass, with every game featured live on the service in both the USA and Mexico. Select games are televised on FOX and Univision networks.

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    Santos Laguna History

    Club Santos Laguna was actually founded by the Mexican Social Security Institute as Santos IMSS. Later, a club called Tuberos de Veracruz was purchased by IMSS, and relocated to Santa Cruz. This resulted in Santos playing in the second division. After just one season, they moved again, back to their original home region of Durango.

    A few years later, in 1988, the club purchased the club Ángeles de Puebla, which came with a move up to the Primera Division (today’s Liga MX). This shuffling of club entities – buying a club in a higher division and then renaming and relocating them to effectively gain promotion without actually winning it – has since been outlawed by FIFA.

    Regardless of how they got there, however, Santos has remained a mainstay in Liga MX ever since. They’ve never been relegated since making the leap to the top tier (though since 2020, promotion and relegation in Mexico has been suspended).

    Santos has won Liga MX six times, all in the split-season Apertura/Clausura era. In addition, they captured the Copa MX in 2014 and won the Campeón de Campeones super cup match in 2015.

    The club made it to the finals of the CONCACAF Champions League (now Champions Cup) twice, in consecutive years, in 2012 and 2013. However both times they fell to rivals Monterrey.

    Santos plays at the 30,000-seat Estadio Corona in Torreón. The ground opened in 2009 and has occasionally also hosted Mexico national team games. The first game was a friendly match against Brazil’s Santos FC, with Santos legend Pelé in attendance.

    Don’t miss a Santos Laguna match

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