There will be plenty of sports action to be covered in different media outlets, but Univisión's coverage will stand out over the rest due to the variety of options they have to offer.
Things will kick off with the final stages of the Leagues Cup, where Monterrey and Nashville will lock horns looking for a spot in the final. Los Rayados are the only Liga MX team left in the competition, while Nashville is keen on making it an all-MLS final this weekend.
Speaking of which, Univisión and TUDN will also cover the title clash on Saturday. The winners of the aforementioned game will face either Messi's Inter Miami or Philadelphia Union with the crown up for grabs, and fans will be able to follow that match live on both linear channels.
The other international competition being covered by Univisión and its sister channels will be the UEFA Super Cup, which will feature Manchester City and Sevilla. The English club will try to win this trophy for the first time ever, while Sevilla are looking to end a woeful five-game losing streak in this competition.
Last, but not least, the Spanish-speaking network will bring fans closer to the re-start of Liga MX after the pause caused by this year's League's Cup. Teams such as Cruz Azul, Guadalajara, Tigres, and América, will go back to their domestic tournament trying to establish themselves as favorites to win the Apertura 2023 title.