Liga MX Femenil live: where to watch the second leg quarterfinals

Liga MX Femenil live: where to watch the second leg quarterfinals
Liga MX Femenil live: where to watch the second leg quarterfinals

These are the days, the times, the places, the transmission channels of the matches. (darkroom)

After the first legs, the second leg quarterfinals will define the four teams that will advance to the semifinals of the Closing 2024 and will continue in their fight to become the champions of the Liga MX Femenil.

Now, the clubs that finished the competition in the best positions in the general table – América, Pachuca, Tigres de la UANL and Rayados de Monterrey – will be the hosts and will try to take advantage of their home field against Guadalajara, Lion, FC Juarez and Cougars.

Here is the complete list of where to watch each of the games. So take note, get the snacks and drinks ready, get comfortable and don’t miss any of the meetings.

America vs Guadalajara

Date: May 12

Time: 12:00 p.m.

Broadcast channel: TUDN

Aztec stadium

Pachuca vs León

Date: May 12

Time: 7:06 p.m.

Broadcast channel: FOX

Stadium: Hidalgo

Tigres de la UANL vs FC Juárez

Date: May 13

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Broadcast channel: TUDN

Stadium: University

Rayados de Monterrey vs Pumas

Date: May 13

Time: 9:00 p.m.

Broadcast channel: TUDN

Stadium: BBVA Stadium

To access more details about the Liga MX Femenil, the matches, the teams, players and other statistics, there is the official website, which you can enter by clicking on this link.

The Liga MX Femenil begins to take its first steps (Liga MX Femenil)
The Liga MX Femenil begins to take its first steps (Liga MX Femenil)

The professional women’s soccer league is practically recent in the country, was barely six years after its creation. It was born at the end of the year in 2016 by the Mexican Football Federation (FMF), which named it the Liga MX Femenil.

In its first edition, held in 2017, all Liga MX teams participated with their women’s version, except for two teams: Chiapas and , which were unable to put together a team with the argument of having financial problems.

It was not until the following year, in 2018, that the Liga MX Femenil was able to play like the men’s version does, that is, with 18 teams.

As in the men’s edition, the Liga Femenil MX plays two short tournaments a year. To date, eight competitions have been held with their respective leagues.

The first team to be crowned champions in the history of the Liga MX Femenil was Chivas de Guadalajarawhile The team that has won the most titles is the Tigres de la UANLwith five trophies.

As the Liga Femenil MX tournaments advance, their exposure in traditional media, as well as on social networks, increases. In 2020, the Liga Femenil MX broke records in audience levels, while in 2021 the first foreign players arrived.

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