Liga MX

Liga MX Is Back: Here’s Your Complete USA TV Guide

On Thursday, July 23, Liga MX returned with the beginning of the 2020 Apertura season (renamed Guardianes to honor healthcare workers). When Atlético San Luis and Juárez took to the pitch, it marked 130 days since the 2020 Clausura season was brought to an abrupt halt and eventually canceled. It’d been four long months, but we now have the complete Liga MX TV schedule to pore over. We'll keep this updated with the latest matches as the season moves along! 

Erick 'Cubo' Torres Returns To MLS, Signs With Atlanta United

After a two-year spell at Liga MX side Tijuana recently came to an end, Erick "Cubo" Torres has returned to MLS.

Atlanta United announced the signing of Torres on Friday as a Season-Ending Injury Replacement Player. Atlanta was in desperate need of a forward to replace talisman Josef Martinez, who suffered  an ACL injury in the first match of the club's 2020 season. 

Liga MX Postpones Thursday’s Season Opener Over Positive Covid-19 Tests

Liga MX hit pause on Thursday's season-opening match between Atletico San Luis and FC Juarez, moving the match to Monday after a number of positive coronavirus tests were reported.

According to a report from, more than 10 FC Juarez players tested positive for the coronavirus. While the number remains in question, the club did admit to multiple positive tests.

Chivas Coming For Our Hearts And Minds With Exclusive U.S. TV Deal And New Kits

In a world marked by unpredictability, chaos and ever-shifting plot lines, it’s only right that Liga MX returns this week with the beginning of the Apertura tournament (renamed Guardianes in honor of Mexico’s healthcare workers).

For supporters of Club Deportivo Chivas de Guadalajara, the return of the top flight can’t come soon enough. Chivas, after winning the 2017 Clausura, experienced a dramatic decline that cost Matías Almeyda his job while missing out on five consecutive liguillas, recording finishes of 13th, 17th, 11th, 14th and 10th. 

Tracking The Number Of COVID-19 Cases Per Football League Around The World

The number of COVID-19 cases per football league is a question on everyone’s mind these days. The ebb and flow of the virus around the world has left our leagues in different states of recovery.

Here we’ve made a list of the number of COVID-19 cases per football league and the number of COVID-19 cases in their respective regions of the world. 

The list of the number of COVID-19 cases per football league comes in no particular order, but we will save the best for last, so be ready.

Jürgen Damm Is Dancing About His Move To Atlanta And I Can’t Stop Watching

Jürgen Damm, one of the fastest footballers in the world, is coming to America. The Mexican winger signed a deal to join Atlanta United after Damm’s contract with Tigres UANL expires at the end of the 2019-20 season, the Five Stripes announced Wednesday.

More importantly, Damm announced his move with the best dance moves I’ve ever seen. I cannot stop watching this video with a goofy-ass grin on my face.

Why You Can’t Afford To Miss The Newfangled Copa Por México

The NWSL returns June 27 with its Challenge Cup, the first major pro team sports league to resume play in the U.S. since the novel coronavirus pandemic shut down sports. While MLS returns July 8, the first men’s team sports league to return to North America will actually take place south of the border. So what is this Copa por México tournament anyway?

Liga MX Makes Brave Decision To Cancel 2020 Clausura

What is more important: football or life? Liga MX has sided with life.

Liga MX announced the cancellation of the 2020 Clausura for both the men’s and women’s leagues on Friday, citing public health and scheduling restrictions amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Liga MX Club Santos Laguna Has Eight Players Test Positive For COVID-19

MEXICO CITY — Eight soccer players at Mexico's Santos Laguna club have tested positive for coronavirus but none of them are displaying any symptoms, the Mexican governing body, Liga MX, said on Wednesday.

The Mexican league was suspended on March 15 due to the coronavirus outbreak and officials have not indicated when it would restart.

The Most Anticipated Game In North America This Year Was Just Canceled

The best MLS All-Star Game of all time has been canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic, and the disappointment levels are at a staggering all-time high. The festivities — scheduled to take place at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles — included a return of the Skills Challenge on July 28 and match between the best of MLS and Liga MX on July 29.

MLS announced the cancellation of the event on Twitter.