OneSoccer, the 24/7 Canadian streaming platform, has acquired the rights to televise Mexico’s LigaMX

The deal, which was sealed by parent company MEDIAPRO Canada, was announced earlier this week and will allow OneSoccer to stream two matches a week, providing viewers with coverage in both English and Spanish.

The Mexican League will debut on the digital platform on July 20th, the opening week of the 2019 Apertura tournament. The first two games to be featured will see Club América, Mexico’s most successful team, take on Monterrey, with Toluca hosting Queretaro the following day.

Oscar López, CEO of MEDIAPRO Canada, stated: “We know that fans have been crying out for regular coverage of the LigaMX in Canada, and we are pleased to be able to offer our subscribers two top games per week, with both English and Spanish commentary.” 

The deal will also see OneSoccer gain specific access to the home games of Cruz Azul, FC Juarez, Necaxa, Pumas UNAM and Tigres UANL.

Users who already subscribe to OneSoccer will be able to watch the LigaMX at no extra charge, and will now have access to a minimum of 38 games in 2019, as well as over 40 Chinese Super League and Chinese FA Cup games, 100 Canadian Premier League games, all the home games of the Canada Soccer’s Women’s and Men’s National Teams and the 24 games of the 2019 Canadian Championship, involving all professional soccer teams in Canada. 

OneSoccer is available through the website and the OneSoccer app. As well as live streaming the action, they also provide fans with the ability to stay up to date with the latest news surrounding their club’s and league’s by uploading exclusive content such as game-day clips and interviews.

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