It's set to be a very busy week for football fans, with multiple competitions in full swing over the next few days, and Univision, via its family of channels, will be covering many of these ties via TV and live-streaming.
This includes Liga MX, with 15 games played over the course of matchdays five and six. The action kicks off with a double header on Tuesday, August 22nd starring Mazatlán vs Puebla on TUDN at 8 pm EST, followed by FC Juárez vs Pumas at 11 pm EST on ViX.
Wednesday, August 23rd is even more busy, with a triple-header in Liga MX scheduled for that day. First up is América vs Necaxa on TUDN and Univision at 8:55 pm EST, Pachuca vs Cruz Azul on ViX at 9 pm EST, and Club Atlético San Luis vs León on TUDN at 10:55 pm EST.
Over the weekend, fans will have a wide range of Liga MX games to choose from, with triple-headers on both Saturday, August 26th and Sunday, August 27th. On Saturday, viewers can catch Atlas vs Toluca on ViX at 6:30 pm EST, América vs León on Univision and TUDN at 8:55 pm EST, and Santos vs Chivas on ViX at 10:55 pm EST. Then, on Sunday, supporters can follow Necaxa vs Querétaro and Pumas vs Tigres on TUDN at 5 pm EST and 8 pm EST respectively before tuning into Monterrey vs Cruz Azul at 10 pm EST on both TUDN and Univision.
Liga MX is not the only competition that Univision will be covering via its family of channels. The 2023/24 UEFA Champions League is already underway, with several teams featuring in qualifying rounds. TUDN and ViX will cover both Champions League qualifying matches, which will feature Rangers and PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday, August 22nd, and Molde vs Galatsaray on Wednesday, August 23rd. Coverage of both games will start at 2 pm EST.
Finally, the latest iteration of the CONCACAF Caribbean Cup gets underway this week with Harbour View vs Dunbeholden on Wednesday, August 23rd at 5:55 pm EST, and fans can live-stream that match via ViX.
Here's the full schedule of games over the next few days: