Where to watch Liga MX on TV & live stream online

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GOAL lets you know where and how to watch the Liga MX on TV and live stream online

The 2023 season of Liga MX kicked off on January 6 with San Luis edging out Necaxa 3-2 in the season opener.

Reigning champions Pachuca are once again leading the Liga MX table with nine points from the first four games. They are followed by Monterrey who are tied on points with the leaders.

Club America are the most successful team in the history of the league, winning it a record 13 times. They are closely followed by Guadalajara, who have one less title than Club America.

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As a new season of the Mexican top division league has kicked off, GOAL gives you the details on how and where to watch Liga MX across the world.

Where to watch Liga MX on TV and stream online?

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Here is a list of TV channels and streaming platforms where you can watch Liga MX across the world.

CountryTV channel & stream
MexicoTelevisa, TV Azteca, Claro Sports, Imagen Television, Fox Sports, ESPN Latin America
USASling TV, ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, Telemundo, Univision, TUDN, UniMas, (Spanish), FS1, FS2 (English)
ArgentinaLas Estrellas, Claro Sports
HondurasTUDN En Vivo, Fox Sports Cono Norte, Claro Sports, ESPN Latin America
Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, PanamaFox Sports Cono Norte, , ESPN Latin America
BelizeFox Sports Cono Norte, Claro Sports, ESPN Latin America
CubaClaro Sports
Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, UruguayClaro Sports
VenezuelaFox Sports Cono Norte, Claro Sports
BrazilESPN Brasil
Puerto RicoTUDN.com

Check out which games are on UK TV and U.S. TV today.

Highlights of Liga MX games will be available on the league's official YouTube channel.