Liga MX

Liga MX

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Liga MX Standings

1 América 17 10 5 2 30 12 +18 35 WLWDW
2 Cruz Azul 17 10 3 4 23 14 +9 33 WDWWD
3 Toluca 17 9 5 3 38 23 +15 32 LWLWW
4 Monterrey 17 9 5 3 32 19 +13 32 WLDLL
5 Tigres UANL 17 9 4 4 34 23 +11 31 WWDLW
6 Guadalajara 17 9 4 4 24 17 +7 31 WWWWW
7 Pachuca 17 9 2 6 34 27 +7 29 DWLWL
8 Pumas UNAM 17 7 6 4 27 22 +5 27 DWWWD
9 Necaxa 17 7 6 4 30 29 +1 27 LLWWL
10 Querétaro 17 6 6 5 22 21 +1 24 DLLWW
11 León 17 7 3 7 23 25 -2 24 DWLLW
12 Juárez 17 4 4 9 19 26 -7 16 DWLWW
13 Atlético San Luis 17 5 1 11 25 35 -10 16 WLLLL
14 Mazatlán 17 4 4 9 21 32 -11 16 DLWLW
15 Santos Laguna 17 4 3 10 15 28 -13 15 LLLDL
16 Tijuana 17 2 8 7 21 30 -9 14 LWWLL
17 Atlas 17 3 5 9 21 31 -10 14 LDWLL
18 Puebla 17 1 2 14 18 43 -25 5 LLLLL
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Broadcast Rights

Where can you watch Liga MX in United States?

NBC Sports
NBC Sports
» Seasons 2020-2026
Spanish-language network Telemundo Deportes has acquired bilingual media rights to the Liga MX matches of Club Deportivo Chivas de Guadalajara. The broadcaster will show all Chivas home games in both English- and Spanish-language across its platforms in USA—including television and streaming services. In addition to the matches, coverage will comprise pregame, halftime and postgame shows on Universo. Telemundo’s multi-year deal also includes live matches from youth club Cantera Rojiblanca.
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Telemundo Deportes En Vivo

» Seasons 2020-2026
Spanish-language media company TelevisaUnivision has acquired U.S. rights to the Mexican Liga MX. As part of its extensive coverage of the Mexican top division, the broadcaster has agreed to stream multiple matches live on its streaming platform ViX, in the USA. Live telecasts are expected on the company’s linear networks as well, throughout the period of the deal.
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Univision NOW


» Seasons 2020-2026


Liga MX News

What to watch on NBC, USA Network, Telemundo, and UNIVERSO: May 15-19, 2024

Live Soccer TV · 2 days ago

The last weekend of the Premier League season is right around the corner, and NBCUniversal has prepared for it with in style.

Liga MX - Preview for the 1st legs of the Semi-finals: May 15-16, 2024

Live Soccer TV · 2 days ago

The final four teams in Liga MX fight for a spot in the title clash. Follow both midweek fixtures with our detailed broadcast info.

Chivas and América lock horns in Liga MX's semis, only on Telemundo, Universo, and Peacock

Live Soccer TV · 2 days ago

The game will have a one-hour preview, which will be followed up by post-match analysis that will be available on TV and online.

What to stream live on Peacock this week: May 15-19, 2024

Live Soccer TV · 2 days ago

The final matches in the Premier League and a special Liga MX fixture will be included in the platform's grid in coming days.

What to stream on TelevisaUnivisión's ViX on May 13-19, 2024

Live Soccer TV · 4 days ago

The streaming platform will cover a large variety of competitions, such as domestic tournaments from North and South America.

Liga MX - How to watch the 2nd legs of the Quarter finals: May 11-12, 2024

Live Soccer TV · 6 days ago

Will the final games in this round delive some surprises? Follow each and every match of the Mexican top-flight playoffs to find out.

Liga MX - How to watch the first legs of the Quarter finals: May 8-9, 2024

Live Soccer TV · 1 week ago

The fight for the Clausura 2024 title kicks off tonight with two games, which will be followed up by two more on Thursday. Keep track of the games with this guide.

About Liga MX

Liga MX History, Format, Organization, Media Coverage

The Mexican Primera Division, or Liga MX, is Mexico's top-tier football league. It was founded in 1943 and is operated by the Mexican Football Federation, commonly referred to as Femexfut.

The Mexican top-flight sees 18 teams battle against each other during a regular season consisting of 17 matches per club. Once that round is over, the top teams in the league enter a playoff stage, where all ties will be played on a home and away format all the way until the final, where the top seeded team will host the final game that will hand out the crown. Unlike many European countries, Liga MX has two tournaments during a normal season. The first one is named Apertura and is frequently played between July and December, and the other one is called Clausura, which runs from January to May. The winners of each tournament will have a bonus for claiming the title, as both will be included in the CONCACAF Champions Cup and in the Campeón de Campeones tournament, which determines the best team from Mexico in a season.

This competition also hosts two of the most popular teams in North America: América and Guadalajara. Las Águilas are the most winning team in the Mexican top-flight with 13 titles, followed closely by Guadalajara with 12. América has based its success in the hiring of prominent footballers from around the world, while Guadalajara has established its reputation by entering each tournament with players from Mexican descent. These teams play the “Clásico de Clásicos” at least once every six months, in what is one of the most anticipated matches of each season, earning high rating numbers in both Mexico and in the United States, where the game is highly popular due to the growing migration to the U.S.

Unlike most leagues from all over the world, Liga MX does not work under a promotion-relegation system. Previously, the league worked with that format alongside the Ascenso MX, but to assure the economical viability of its teams, the league decided to suspend relegation. Instead, the team that finishes in 18th place of the relegation rankings will be forced to pay a fine.

In Mexico, Liga MX clubs retain the rights to establish individual broadcast agreements, resulting in the league being showcased across multiple broadcasters. Networks broadcasting live Liga MX matches encompass ESPN, Claro Sports, Fox Sports, Televisa, and TV Azteca. The competition is also available for live streaming through platforms like VIX, Claro, Fox Sports Premium, and certain club-specific platforms. In the US, Liga MX can be accessed with Spanish commentary on broadcasters such as ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, Univision, and Telemundo. For limited English commentary, viewers can turn to the Fox Sports networks. Additionally, live streaming of Liga MX matches is available on VIX.

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