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Table

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1 Tijuana 17 10 3 4 25 13 +12 33 LLWWL
2 Pachuca 17 9 4 4 36 21 +15 31 DLWWW
3 Tigres UANL 17 8 6 3 22 13 +9 30 LWDWL
4 Guadalajara 17 8 4 5 21 17 +4 28 DDWLW
5 América 17 7 7 3 29 26 +3 28 DDWDW
6 Pumas UNAM 17 8 3 6 28 22 +6 27 WDWLL
7 Necaxa 17 6 8 3 24 18 +6 26 DWLWW
8 León 17 7 5 5 25 25 0 26 WDDWW
9 Monterrey 17 6 7 4 30 21 +9 25 WWDDW
10 Toluca 17 6 6 5 22 21 +1 24 LWLDW
11 Querétaro 17 5 5 7 20 24 -4 20 WLWDL
12 Puebla 17 5 5 7 25 30 -5 20 LLDWL
13 Morelia 17 5 5 7 28 34 -6 20 LDWLD
14 Cruz Azul 17 4 7 6 25 23 +2 19 LWLLD
15 Atlas 17 4 7 6 21 25 -4 19 LDLDW
16 Santos Laguna 17 4 4 9 19 30 -11 16 WWLDL
17 Veracruz 17 3 3 11 22 38 -16 12 WLLLL
18 Chiapas 17 2 3 12 9 30 -21 9 WLLLL

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Liga MX Apertura
Dayro Moreno Internazionale 11 3
Raul Ruidiaz Internazionale 11 0
Silvio Romero América 10 1
Rogelio Funes Mori América 10 0
Mauro Boselli América 10 3
Franco Daniel Jara América 9 4
Edson Puch América 9 3
Matias Alustiza América 8 2
Victor Ismael Sosa Tigres UANL 7 0
Fernando Uribe Tigres UANL 7 0
Camilo Tigres UANL 7 2
Hirving Lozano Tigres UANL 7 1
Matias Britos Tigres UANL 7 0
Carlos Roberto Izquierdoz Tigres UANL 6 0
Dorlan Pabon Tigres UANL 6 4
Liga MX Apertura Playoff
Andre-Pierre Gignac Tigres UANL 6 0
William da Silva América 3 0
Mauro Boselli América 2 0
Luis Gallegos América 2 0
Luis Montes América 2 0
Oribe Peralta América 2 0
Andy Delort Tigres UANL 1 0
Yasser Corona Tigres UANL 1 0
Jesus Alberto Duenas Tigres UANL 1 0
Fernando Navarro Tigres UANL 1 0
German Cano Tigres UANL 1 0
Pablo Barrera Tigres UANL 1 1
Dayro Moreno Tigres UANL 1 1
Victor Ismael Sosa Tigres UANL 1 0
Edson Alvarez América 1 0
Liga MX Clausura
Alexis Pedro Canelo América 3 1
Hirving Lozano América 3 0
Jesus Molina América 2 0
Erbin Trejo América 2 0
Jonathan Rodriguez América 2 0
Aviles Hurtado América 2 0
Leobardo Lopez América 1 0
Edwin William Hernandez América 1 0
Franco Daniel Jara América 1 1
Fernando Navarro América 1 0
Milton Joel Caraglio América 1 0
Jesus Mendez América 1 0
Gabriel Hauche América 1 0
Adrian Aldrete América 1 0
Patricio Araujo América 1 0

Channels licensed to broadcast Liga MX in United States

 

News

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The Liga MX returns to ESPN Deportes Television beginning Saturday, January 14 with Necaxa vs. León, live coverage starting at 9:30 p.m. ET.
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About Liga MX

The Mexican Primera Division, recently renamed as Liga MX, is Mexico's top division football league. It was founded in 1943. It sees 18 teams battle against each other to win the Apertura or Clausura tournaments each season. In each half, teams play 17 games, facing every team once. Out of those 18 clubs, eight make it to the "Liguilla" (Play-offs). They play the quarter-finals and semi-finals in a two-leg elimination system where the away goals count. The tournament's final also has a two-leg system, but away goals don’t make a difference to determine the champion.

Liga MX is considered among the Top 10 most expensive leagues in the world. The first half of the season (Apertura tournament) runs from July through to December. The Mexican Clausura starts in January and wraps up in May. At the end of every Clausura tournament, one team is relegated to the Ascenso MX category.

The most recent tournament saw Pachuca clinch the title after beating Monterrey in their new stadium. Club América is the most successful team in the Mexican top flight with 12 titles, followed closely by Chivas Guadalajara (11). These teams are the most popular in the country, with each side possessing an estimate of 24 million followers.

Did you know? Liga MX doesn’t relegate the team that ends up racking the least amount of points by the end of the season. Teams playing in the top flight get their points from the last two years added up, divided by the total amount of games played, and the team with the worst average in the last three years gets relegated. This system was designed to “protect” big teams from being relegated, and was used for a long time in the Argentinean top flight.

Watching Liga MX on TV

There are six networks that offer Spanish language broadcasts of Liga MX in the United States: Univision, Univision Deportes, UniMás and NBC Universo, Azteca America and ESPN Deportes.

Watching Liga MX Online

fuboTV

fuboTV streams Univision, Univision Deportes and UniMás with on-demand and DVR capabilities. They offer a free 24 hour trial and after that a subscription costs $9.99 a month.

Sling TV

Sling TV streams Univision, Univision Deportes, UniMás in various packages with on-demand capability but no DVR service. You can sign up for a free seven day trial, after that there are various packages that offer Liga MX streaming.

Univision Now

Univision offers a subscription service called Univision Now that has monthly and annual options. The service streams Univision and UniMás with DVR capability and a 72 hour window of on-demand access to certain programing after their initial airing.

NBC Deportes En Vivo Extra

Matches on NBC Deportes can be streamed on NBC Deportes En Vivo Extra for paying cable and satellite subscribers.

WatchESPN

WatchESPN offers access to MLS matches on ESPN Deportes to paying cable or satellite subscribers.

Liga MX on Radio

ESPN Deportes Radio provides Spanish commentary coverage of Liga MX in the United States. Check your local radio listings to see if there is an affiliate in your area.

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