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ESPN » Seasons 2018-2023
ESPN has acquired exclusive broadcasting rights for Liga MX Femenil matches in the United States. The agreement allows ESPN to showcase select matches from the women's league, providing live game broadcasts, highlights, analysis, and more. With this move, ESPN aims to boost the visibility and popularity of Liga MX Femenil, exposing it to a broader audience.
More details Soccer fans in the USA can look forward to an enhanced viewing experience of women's soccer on ESPN's platforms, including mobile apps and OTT streaming services.
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Fox Sports
Fox Sports » Seasons 2018-2023
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NBC Sports
NBC Sports » Seasons 2020-2026
NBCUniversal’s Telemundo has agreed a multi-year deal to show live matches from Chivas Femenil on its platforms.
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TelevisaUnivision » Seasons 2020-2026
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fuboTV » Seasons 2020-2026



Liga MX Femenil - Preview and broadcast info for América vs Pachuca
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The return leg of the title clash will either add one more title for the hosts or might as well give the first crown to the away side in their history.
Liga MX Femenil - How to watch the first leg of the Pachuca vs América final
Live Soccer TV (1 week ago)
The title match in the women's category for this competition is set to break records in the Mexican top-flight. Follow this match with our detailed guide.


About Liga MX Femenil

The Primera Division Femenil de México, also known as Liga MX Femenil, is a tournament intended to boost the reach of women’s soccer in this North American country. This tournament saw the light of day in 2017, and it has seen a rise both in its coverage and in popularity.

Sixteen teams played in the league’s maiden season, since all Liga MX teams were forced to have a female team. Puebla and Chiapas refused to create teams to play in this league due to budget problems. Since the 2018-19 season, the league has been played by at least 18 teams, coinciding with their male counterparts.

This tournament is linked heavily to Liga MX as the team that is relegated each season in the men’s league also sees their female side drop out of the women’s top-flight. There is no second tier in women’s football in Mexico.

Similar to the men’s division, Liga MX Femenil consists of two tournaments: the Apertura and the Clausura. The first one takes place from July to December while the latter kicks off in January and wraps up in May. After the regular season of both the Apertura and Clausura tournaments, the best eight teams in the tournament enter a playoff stage, where the winner of the competition is determined after six more matches. This playoff stage is known as Liguilla.

As mentioned above, the competition has grown in popularity since its inception. In fact, the 2018 Liga MX Femenil final between Monterrey and Tigres racked up an attendance of 51,211 fans, breaking the then-record for the largest crowd for a women's club match. Similarly, the league's viewership has increased over the years via either TV broadcasts or live streaming options.

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