Figuring out how to watch Ligamx games without cable can be challenging but we hope to provide some guidance. Unlike most soccer leagues, LigaMX does not have a league wide tv broadcasting contract which means teams individually negotiate and sign contracts. For ligamx fans, and especially Ligamx fans in the United States, it means games can be watched in a variety of channels although Univision broadcast most games. Because teams each have their own broadcast contracts, broadcast are based on the contract of the home team.
The bright side is that on any given weekend you’ll be able to watch multiple games over the air through Univision, Telemundo, and Azteca America but there has been a trend of big game being broadcast on UDN. Below are the networks broken out by over the air vs streaming.
Over the air options
- Unimas (Univision channel)
- Azteca America
- NBC Deportes
- UDN (Univision channel)
- ESPN Deportes
Games broadcast on over the air networks are a matter of installing an antenna so it’s fairly easy. With streaming channels there will be some decisions to be made as multiple providers carry these channels and they each have their pro’s and con’s.
Univision, UDN, Azteca America, and Telemundo, are available with the Best of Spanish TV Package which starts at $10 per month.
Depending on what other leagues & content you would like there are additional packages between the prices of $20-$40 that include channels that carry Ligamx.
Current deals: 7 day free day trial, free Roku Express if you pre-pay for 1 month or a 50% discount on a Roku Premiere +/ Apple TV if you pre-pay for three months. No contracts are needed so you can cancel at any time.
Univision, UDN, Galavision and Unimas are part of the Fubo Legacy which is $6.99 per month but keep in mind this option is only avaiable for legacy Fubo.tv subscribers.
For $14.99 per month you could upgrade to the Fubo Latino which includes the same channels as Fubo Legacy but also includes Fox Deportes and GolTV.
Fubo Premier would include the main channels to watch Ligamx, except for Azteca America, but also include all of the major european leagues for $34.99 per month.
Current deals: There is a 7 day free trial, DVR functionality and like Sling there are no contracts.
With the current options it comes down to a decision between Sling & Fubo.tv. If you mostly watch Soccer, Fubo.tv is currently the best & most cost effective option while Sling is the best all around option. Both are affordable with options start at $14.99 for Fubo.tv and $10 for Sling.
If you’re looking only for Ligamx games and your teams home games are on Univision, we’d recommend going with Fubo.tv Legacy Package. If you’d like a complete streaming provider you’ll have to decide between Fubo’s Premier Package ($34.99 per month), Sling’s Blue + Sports extra ($30 per month) or Sling’s Blue + Spanish ($30 per month) package.
Below is a list of Ligamx teams and their respective networks: