Tonight begins the second round of the new season, and a little more clarity as to who might be getting off to a hot start, and who might be struggling out of the gate.
For the second week in a row, not all matches will be televised in Liga MX in the United States. And two matches from Ascenso MX will be shown.
Here is where you can watch the action. All kickoff times are given in Eastern DST (UTC -4), and are valid for the United States only. TV listings are provided first, if available.
Friday, July 28:
8:00 PM: Puebla vs Morelia – UDN / Univision Deportes, Univision NOW, FuboTV, Sling Latino
10:00 PM: Atlas vs Pumas UNAM – UDN / Univision Deportes, Univision NOW, FuboTV, Sling Latino
[Ascenso MX] 10:00 PM: Tapachula vs Cimarrones – GolTV English, GolTV Spanish / FuboTV
Saturday, July 29:
6:00 PM: Queretaro vs Lobos BUAP – Univision / Univision Deportes
6:00 PM: Cruz Azul vs Chivas – UDN / Univision Deportes, FuboTV, Sling Latino
[Ascenso MX] 6:00 PM: Mineros de Zacatecas vs Atlante – GolTV English, GolTV Spanish / FuboTV
8:00 PM: Monterrey vs Veracruz – Galavision / Univision Deportes, FuboTV, Sling Latino
8:06 PM: Pachuca vs Club America – Univision, UDN / Univision Deportes, Univision NOW FuboTV, Sling Latino, Facebook Live
10:00 PM: Necaxa vs Tijuana – Univision, UDN / Univision Deportes, Univision NOW, FuboTV, Sling Latino
Sunday, July 30:
1:00 PM: Toluca vs Leon – Univision, UDN / Univision Deportes, Univision NOW, FuboTV, Sling Latino
7:30 PM: Santos Laguna vs Tigres UANL – UDN / Univision Deportes, FuboTV, Sling Latino
FuboTV refers to the FuboTV PRO package Fubo offers, and not the Premier Package. Unlike the Premier package, which costs upward of $35/month, the PRO package will only set you back $15/month excluding upgrades.
Sling Latino refers to Sling TV’s “Best of Spanish TV” package, which costs $10/month as a standalone package.
Univision Deportes (app) refers to Univision Deportes’ mobile app, which features all of Univision’s games, as well as its fantasy game hub. You will need a subscription to a partner cable or streaming service provider to be able to stream its Liga MX games live. Some games will only be streamed on the app and not on Univision’s family of networks.
UDN is short for Univision Deportes Network, and is used instead of the long form of the network name. (It shares its badge with the Mexican network, UnivisionTDN, but UnivisionTDN uses Televisa Deportes’ graphics and personnel.)
Some games will be streamable on WatchESPN (ESPN3) and ESPN Deportes. However, the announcements of which Univision games will appear on the ESPN family of networks is subject to change. But this continues a partnership between the two networks to televise Chiapas and Necaxa home matches.