After an extremely busy 2022, he returns to normality to Mexican soccer with the MX League and the Clausura 2022 tournament. However, the fans are not at all happy because only two games of the day 1 will be transmitted by open tv and here we tell you the dates and the Schedule When will you be able to see them?
There is no doubt that the business of bringing national soccer to the screens has been privatized over time, which is why this season there will be many games broadcast by pay signal than by the country’s big television stations.
After we experienced an intense year-end with the Qatar 2022 World Cup and the unappreciated Sky Cup, the weekends with local matches are finally back, although not as we all expected.
Matchday 1 will only have two games on open TV
Despite the fact that it is the most popular sport in Mexico, it seems that now fans will have to purchase private signals in order to watch their favorite teams every week. However, for the start of the day 1 of the MX League we will have 2 games that will be broadcast by open TV next Friday, January 6 with a match that on paper does not promise much.
We are talking about Necaxa against Atlético San Luis who will open the day 1 of the Clausura 2020 3 in the schedule at 7:00 p.m. by the Vix+ signal. It is followed by the Mazatlán match against León at 9:10 p.m. on the ESPN, Star+ and TV Azteca signal.
Now for Saturday, January 7, we have at 5:00 p.m. the play between América against Querétaro at the Azteca Stadium that we can see on Vix+ and TUDN. Followed by Atlas against Toluca on Vix+ and Afizzionados TV, and we finished the working day Saturday with Monterrey against Chivas at 9:00 p.m. at the BBVA stadium on the Fox Sports signal.
On Sunday morning, the other match that can be seen on open television would be the match between Pumas and Los Bravos de Juárez, a match that will take place at 12:00 p.m. on TUDN, Vix+, and Televisa. By the end of the day we will have Santos against tigres in the Santos modelo territory at 7:00 p.m. on Vix+ and finishing the Xolos de Tijuana will play their first game of the MX League against the Cruz Azul machine at 9:00 p.m. on Fox Sports.
For the “monday night” of Mexican soccer, day 1 concludes with the play between Pachuca and Puebla which will be brought to the fans by the Fox Sports screen and it marks clearly at 9:10 p.m.