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The Mexican football tournament is known since 2012 as Liga MX. It is one of the most competitive tournaments in Latin America, and has been under constant changes to keep it fresh and exciting for their fans. Back in the old days, the league's format resembled that of the European leagues. But after 1970, the top eight teams qualify for the playoffs, known as Liguilla. This stage of the season is one of the most followed by the fans, since the better teams struggle to fight for the championship. A new format change came in 1996, when the Mexican league copied the Argentinian formula of two tournaments per year, this are called Apertura (starting in July) and Clausura (starting in January). This is the current model and has been quite profitable for owners and sponsors. For relegation, Mexico's top league uses a three year format, dividing points between games disputed. The team with the lowest percentage is relegated to the Ascenso MX.

Did you know? For the first time in ten years, Mexico has a back-to-back champion. Leon is the current title holder, and the winningest and most popular teams in the country are America, who won their last trophy in 2013, and Guadalajara who came victorious for the last time in 2006.

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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Clausura: Apertura
D. Pabón Monterrey 7 0
M. Alustiza Pachuca 4 1
E. Armenteros Chiapas 4 0
Camilo Sanvezzo Querétaro 4 1
R. Jiménez América 4 1
P. Velázquez Toluca 4 1
D. Benedetto Tijuana 3 0
M. Boselli León 3 1
H. Burbano Tigres UANL 3 0
A. González Atlas 3 0
H. Lozano Pachuca 3 0
J. Orozco Santos Laguna 3 0
C. Peña León 3 0
O. Peralta América 3 0
A. Rentería Santos Laguna 3 0
Clausura: Clausura
E. Valencia Pachuca 12 0
M. Bravo Pumas UNAM 9 2
M. Arroyo Atlante 8 2
O. Peralta Santos Laguna 8 1
M. Fabián Cruz Azul 7 0
C. Pellerano Tijuana 7 1
P. Velázquez Toluca 7 1
D. Benedetto Tijuana 6 0
Ricardo Jesus Querétaro 6 0
M. Fórmica Cruz Azul 6 0
C. Quintero Santos Laguna 6 0
R. Jiménez América 5 1
R. Millar Atlas 5 0
C. Ochoa Chiapas 5 2
C. Peña León 5 0
Clausura: Final Stage
E. Valencia Pachuca 2 0
M. Boselli León 1 0
J. González León 1 0
H. Lozano Pachuca 1 0
C. Peña León 1 0

Channels licensed to broadcast Liga MX in United States

Azteca America
2012-2015
All live Tijuana, Querétaro, Puebla and Morelia home matches - sub-licensed to ESPN deportes.
ESPN
2013-2015
ESPN 97.5 FM - KFNC Radio
2014-2015
Extensive live coverage on ESPN's Spanish-language platforms, including ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.
ESPN Classic USA
2014-2015
Extensive live coverage on ESPN's Spanish-language platforms, including ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.
ESPN Deportes
2013-2015
Home matches by Cruz Azul, Jaguares, Monarcas Morelia, Puebla, and Necaxa will be shared by Azteca America. Fox Deportes and ESPN Deportes will simulcast one weekly match.
ESPN Deportes Radio
2014-2015
Extensive live coverage on ESPN's Spanish-language platforms, including ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.
ESPN Deportes+
2014-2015
Extensive live coverage on ESPN's Spanish-language platforms, including ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.
ESPN Radio
2014-2015
Extensive live coverage on ESPN's Spanish-language platforms, including ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.
ESPN2
2013-2015
ESPNEWS
2014-2015
Extensive live coverage on ESPN's Spanish-language platforms, including ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.
ESPNU
2014-2015
Extensive live coverage on ESPN's Spanish-language platforms, including ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.
Galavision
2014-2016
Live home matches of the following Mexican clubs: América, Atlas, Atlante, Cruz Azul, Guadalajara - Chivas, Monterrey, Pachuca, Pumas UNAM, Chiapas - San Luis Potosi, Santos Laguna, Tigres UANL, Toluca, Veracruz - shared by Univision, Unimas, Galavision and Univision Deportes - (Spanish language broadcasts)
LongHorn Network
2014-2015
Extensive live coverage on ESPN's Spanish-language platforms, including ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.
Telemundo
2011-2015
Broadcasting live Pachuca and Club León home matches.
UniMás
2013-2015
Live home matches of the following Mexican clubs: América, Atlas, Atlante, Cruz Azul, Guadalajara - Chivas, Monterrey, Pachuca, Pumas UNAM, Chiapas - Jaguares, Santos Laguna, Tigres UANL, Toluca, Veracruz - shared by Univision, Unimas, Galavision and Univision Deportes - (Spanish language broadcasts)
Univision Deportes 2 USA
2011-2020
Live home matches of the following Mexican clubs: América, Atlas, Atlante, Cruz Azul, Guadalajara - Chivas, Monterrey, Pachuca, Pumas UNAM, Chiapas - Jaguares, Santos Laguna, Tigres UANL, Toluca, Veracruz - shared by Univision, Unimas, Galavision and Univision Deportes - (Spanish language broadcasts)
Univision Deportes USA
2011-2020
Live home matches of the following Mexican clubs: América, Atlas, Atlante, Cruz Azul, Guadalajara - Chivas, Monterrey, Pachuca, Pumas UNAM, Chiapas - Jaguares, Santos Laguna, Tigres UANL, Toluca, Veracruz - shared by Univision, Unimas, Galavision and Univision Deportes - (Spanish language broadcasts)
Univision USA
2011-2020
Live home matches of the following Mexican clubs: América, Atlas, Atlante, Cruz Azul, Guadalajara - Chivas, Monterrey, Pachuca, Pumas UNAM, Chiapas - Jaguares, Santos Laguna, Tigres UANL, Toluca, Veracruz - shared by Univision, Unimas, Galavision and Univision Deportes - (Spanish language broadcasts)
WATCH ESPN
2014-2015
Extensive live coverage on ESPN's Spanish-language platforms, including ESPN Deportes and ESPN Deportes Radio.

 

News

“I will never hire Hugo Sanchez, not even in my worst nightmare” –Jorge Vergara

Vergara replied Sanchez’s statements, in which he assured he would never be Guadalajara’s head coach as long as Vergara owns the club.

Liga MX: Club Tijuana hires Daniel Guzman as their new head coach

The borderline team signed Guzman after dismissing Venezuelan coach Cesar Farías, who had his first experience coaching in Mexico

LIVE stream: Guadalajara vs Cruz Azul on August 31, 2014 - Liga MX TV listings

Chivas needs to step their game up, since their coach's future may be at risk. Cruz Azul looks for back-to-back wins when

“America can only be considered favorite before the game starts”—Antonio Mohamed

Las Aguilas arrive to the Mexico city Clásico as tournament leaders, while Pumas are having a troublesome season earning four points out of 18.

Deportes Telemundo presents 'Futbol Estelar': Leon vs Pachuca, on Telemundo

Back-to-back champion León hosts second-place Pachuca this Saturday, August 30 at 9PM/8C/6PT on Telemundo, the official network of the clubs’ home games

Jonathan Bottinelli, new player for Liga MX Champion León replacing Rafa Marquez

The Argentinian will substitute Mexico’s captain Rafael Marquez, who left “La Fiera” to play for Hellas Verona

LIGA MX officials target Chivas’ Angel Reyna for obscene gestures to the crowd

Last Saturday against Veracruz, the former America player was insulted by the crowd, even throwing beer cups at him before taking corner kicks.

Ruben Omar Romano is no longer Puebla’s head coach after losing to Monterrey

The Argentinian coach leaves Puebla after obtaining only five points in the Apertura 2014 tournament and just five points away from relegation.

Liga MX live on Telemundo: Watch Pachuca vs Atlas on August 23, 2014

Deportes Telemundo, home of Pachuca and back-to-back champion club Leon, presents 'Futbol Estelar': Pachuca vs Atlas. Pachuca hosts Atlas on Saturday, August 23 at 9PM/8C/6PT on Telemundo

Miguel Herrera will summon Atlas’ Arturo Gonzalez despite his coach’s complaints

Tomas Boy, Atlas’ coach, has had a harsh relationship with Herrera for years, critizicing his performance as El Tri’s coach

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