Liga MX Apertura: Updated results, standings in the race for liguilla playoff berths in Mexican soccer
A total of 18 clubs began the Liga MX Apertura season with dreams of raising the league trophy in December. But first, it takes getting to the postseason: To do that, teams have to finish among the top 12 in the standings to advance to the postseason, or the liguiilla, as it's more popularly known.
What's at stake: There will be plenty of jockeying for positions during the game regular season. That's because finishing in the top four places in the standings gives a team an automatic spot in the quarterfinals. The teams that finish No. 5 through No. 12 have to survive a single-elimination play-in game just to reach the quarters. The No. 13 through No. 18 teams are done.
Why standings matter: Regular season standings also come into play during the playoff quarterfinal and semifinal series, which take place over two legs. The team with the most goals scored across both games advances. But if teams are tied on goals scored at the end of that second leg, the club that finished higher in the regular season standings will advance. That rule goes away for the final, where teams will head to extra time and a penalty kick shootout, if necessary.
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Here are the latest schedule and results in the Liga MX Apertura season, followed by the updated standings, which outline the race for playoff places and seeding.
Liga MX Schedule, Matchday 11
|Date||Match||Time (ET)||TV Channels||Streaming|
|Wed, Sept. 22||Monterrey 2, Toluca 0||Highlights|
|Tues, Sept. 28||Necaxa vs. Club Tijuana||6 p.m.||TUDN||fuboTV|
|Tues, Sept. 28||Mazatlan vs. FC Juarez||8 p.m.||TUDN||fuboTV|
|Tues, Sept. 28||Atlas vs. Puebla||10 p.m.||fuboTV|
|Tues, Sept. 28||Pachuca vs. Club America||10 p.m.||UniMas, TUDN||fuboTV|
|Wed, Sept. 29||San Luis vs. Tigres UANL||6 p.m.||TUDN||fuboTV|
|Wed, Sept. 29||Queretaro vs. Chivas||10 p.m.||Univision, TUDN||fuboTV|
|Tues, Nov. 3||Cruz Azul vs. Leon||10 p.m.||TBD||fuboTV|
|Wed, Nov. 4||Pumas UNAM vs. Santos||9 p.m.||TBD||fuboTV|
Liga MX Schedule, Matchday 12
|Date||Match||Time (ET)||TV Channels||Streaming|
|Fri, Oct. 1||Puebla vs. Pachuca||8 p.m.||TUDN||fuboTV|
|Fri, Oct. 1||FC Juarez vs. Monterrey||10 p.m.||TUDN||fuboTV|
|Sat, Oct. 2||Leon vs. Atletico San Luis||6 p.m.||TUDN||fuboTV|
|Sat, Oct. 2||Santos Laguna vs. Mazatlan||8 p.m.||Fox Deportes||fuboTV|
|Sat, Oct. 2||Chivas Guadalajara vs. Atlas||10 p.m.||Telemundo, Universo||fuboTV|
|Sun, Oct. 3||Toluca vs. Queretaro||1 p.m.||Univision, TUDN||fuboTV|
|Sun, Oct. 3||Club America vs. Pumas UNAM||6 p.m.||Univision, TUDN||fuboTV|
|Sun, Oct. 3||Tigres UANL vs. Necaxa||8 p.m.||UniMas, TUDN||fuboTV|
|Sun, Oct. 3||Club Tijuana vs. Cruz Azul||10 p.m.||ESPN Deportes||fuboTV|
Liga MX Apertura standings
The standings are based on points that teams collect points during the 17 games of the regular season: three points for a win, one for a draw and none in case of a loss. If teams are tied on points, the following tiebreakers are used in this specific order:
1. Superior goal difference
2. Most goals scored
3. Most goals scored on the road
4. Head-to-head matchups between the teams that are tied
5. Best placement in "quotient" standings (points per game over previous six seasons)
6. Fair Play standings (based on yellow and red cards received)
7. Random draw
With those tiebreakers in mind, here's what the updated table looks like:
(PTS=Points, GP=Games Played, W=Wins, D=Draws, L=Losses, GF=Goals for, GA=Goals against, GD=Goal Difference)
|5.||Atletico San Luis||16||10||4||4||2||16||12||+4|
How to watch Liga MX in the USA
- TV channels: Univision, TUDN, UniMás, Telemundo, Universo, ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes
- Live stream:fuboTV, TUDN.tv, ESPN app, TelemundoDeportes.com, Fox Deportes app
The Liga MX Apertura season will be carried by four major U.S. broadcast outlets: Univision networks TUDN and UniMas, ESPN Deportes, Telemundo / Universo and Fox Deportes.
All these channels can be streamed on fuboTV (free 7-day trial).
The matches can also be streamed with user authentication on the various alternate platforms offered by the networks: TUDN.tv, TelemundoDeportes.com and the apps for Telemundo Deportes, ESPN, TUDN and Fox Deportes.
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The Primera División de México (Liga BBVA MX for sponsorship reasons with BBVA through its Mexican subsidiary BBVA México), is the top professional football division of the Mexican football league system. Administered by the Mexican Football Federation, the league comprises 18 clubs with plans to add 2 more teams. The season has two tournaments: Apertura, which starts in the summer, and Clausura, which starts in the winter. The first 4 teams in the table at the end of the regular phase of the tournament qualify to the liguilla ("mini-league", or "playoff"), while the next 8 teams qualify for another playoff that determines the next 4 liguilla spots.
The league is considered the strongest in North America, and among the strongest in all of the Americas. According to the International Federation of Football History and Statistics, the league currently ranks 20th worldwide and was ranked as the 10th strongest league in the first decade of the 21st century (–). According to CONCACAF, the league – with an average attendance of 25, during the –15 season – draws the largest crowds on average of any football league in the Americas and the third largest crowds of any professional sports league in North America, behind only the National Football League and Major League Baseball, and ahead of the Canadian Football League. It is also the fourth most attended football league in the world behind Germany's Bundesliga, England's Premier League and Spain's La Liga.
Of the 56 teams to have competed in the league, América has won the title 13 times, followed by Guadalajara (12), Toluca (10), Cruz Azul (9), León (8), UANL and UNAM (7). The current league champions are Cruz Azul, winners of the Guardianes tournament.
Prior to the Liga Mayor, there was no national football league in Mexico, and football competitions were held within relatively small geographical regions. The winners of the Primera Fuerza, a local league consisting of teams near and around Mexico City, was regarded as the then national competition although there were other regional leagues, such as in Veracruz, the Jalisco and the Bajío that had talented clubs. Many club owners were keen to remain amateur although they paid players under the table. The increasing interest in football would not thwart a unified professional football system in Mexico. The professional national league was established in 
The Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación (F.M.F.) announcement of the nation's first professional league brought interest from many clubs to join. The F.M.F. announced that 10 clubs would form the Liga Mayor (Major League). The league was founded by six clubs from the Primera Fuerza of Mexico City, two clubs from the Liga Occidental, and two from the Liga Veracruzana.
- Primera Fuerza: América, Asturias, Atlante, Veracruz, Necaxa, and Marte.
- Liga Occidental De Jalisco: Atlas and Guadalajara.
- Liga Amateur de Veracruz: ADO and Moctezuma.
Throughout the late s and early s, many small clubs faced economic difficulties which were attributed to the lack of international competition by Mexico's clubs and an unrewarding league format. Consequently, teams from Mexico that placed high in the league standings could not afford to participate in the overarching continental competitions, such as the Copa Libertadores.
The Mexican league boom
The World Cup held in Mexico was the first World Cup televised on a grand scale. The season following the FIFA World Cup, the F.M.F. changed the league format and established a playoff phase to determine the national champion. This was done to regenerate interest and reward teams that placed fairly high in the standings.
The play-off, called the Liguilla, was played using various formats to determine the champion. The most common format was a straight knock-out between the top eight teams in the table. At other times the league was divided into groups with the top two in each group, often as well as the best 3rd placed teams, qualifying for the play-offs and in some seasons the play-offs themselves involved teams playing in groups with the group winners playing off for the title.. The format was changed from season to season to accommodate international club commitments and the schedule of the Mexico national team.
The change in the rules affected teams that traditionally dominated the table, as talented teams that had not performed well in the regular season were able to perform successfully in the play-offs (Cruz Azul in the s, América in the s, and Toluca in the s).
Prior to the start of the –13 season, the organization Liga MX / Ascenso MX was created to replace the Mexican Football Federation as the organizing body of the competition. The league also announced a rebranding, with the introduction of a new logo.
On 20 August , it was announced that Liga MX would begin testing the use of video assistant referee technology. The initial test run will be conducted during under matches played inside senior league stadiums, with live testing across senior Liga MX matches to take place during weeks 13 and 14 of the Apertura tournament. The league will, however, still need final approval from FIFA to fully implement the technology.
Regular season tournaments
Liga MX uses a single table of 18 teams that play two annual tournaments resulting in two champions per season. The season opens with the apertura tournament (opening tournament- running from July to December) followed by the clausura (closing – running from January to May). This format matches other Latin American schedules and correspond with FIFA's world footballing calendar, which "opens" in July/August and "closes" in April/May of the next year. The top eight teams progress to the liguilla for each tournament. If one of those teams is in last place in the league's relegation table (see below), that team is replaced by the team that finished ninth in the tournament.
From to , the league followed a two-tournament schedule with invierno (winter) and verano (summer) tournaments but from to the 18 teams were divided into three groups of six with the top two teams from each group and the two best third place teams qualified for the liguilla. The teams played in the same group for each tournament. The qualification phase of the tournament lasted 17 weeks, with all teams playing each other once per tournament in a home and away series over both tournaments.
The liguilla (Spanish for "little league") is the play-off phase of the tournament. This phase starts with eight qualifying teams playing two-legged ties with the winner on aggregate-score progressing. The Champion team is awarded the First division trophy, and the runner up is awarded a smaller version of the trophy. The birth of La liguilla in modernized the league despite the disagreements between the traditionalists and the modernists. Clubs that were near bankruptcy were now better able to compete and generate profits.
Originally at the end of a season, after the Apertura and Clausura tournaments, one team is relegated to the next lower division, Ascenso MX, and one team from that division is promoted and takes the place left open by the relegated team. Currently, the relegated team is determined by computing the points-per-game-played ratio for each team, considering all the games played by the team during the last three seasons (six tournaments). The team with the lowest ratio is relegated; if the team that is in last place in relegation table is among the eight teams qualifying for the Liguilla at the end of the Clausura tournament, the ninth-place team qualifies for the Liguilla instead. For teams recently promoted, only the games played since their promotion are considered (two or four tournaments). The team promoted from Ascenso MX is the winner of a two-leg match between the champions of the Apertura and Clausura tournaments of that division. If a team becomes the champion in both tournaments, it is automatically promoted.
Prior to the start of the –18 season, the rules for relegation and promotion changed: if a team wins promotion but does not meet certain Liga MX requirements (e.g. stadium infrastructure and a youth team) the relegated Liga MX team of that season will be obligated to pay the prize money to the Ascenso MX team (MXN$ million) for winning the promotion playoff, which should be utilized to fulfill necessary requirements for promotion within the next season, and remain in Ascenso MX, and the relegated Liga MX team will remain in the first division. However, if the relegated Liga MX team cannot distribute the prize money to the promoted Ascenso MX team, both teams will lose their right to play in Liga MX and must play in Ascenso MX the following season.
As of the –19 season, only six teams meet full requirements to be promoted to Liga MX, those teams being Atlético San Luis, Atlante, Celaya, Juárez, Sinaloa, and UdeG.
On April 16, , the Ascenso MX, the 2nd division of the Mexican football league system, was folded due to the –20 coronavirus pandemic as well as the lack of financial resources. Liga MX President Enrique Bonilla later announced during a video meeting with the club owners of the league that promotion and relegation would be suspended for five years. During the suspension, the Ascenso MX was replaced with the Liga de Expansión MX although no club from that league will be promoted to the Liga MX nor any Liga MX team that performs poorly will be relegated from the Liga MX for the time being.
CONCACAF Champions League qualification
Each year, four teams from Liga MX qualify for the CONCACAF Champions League, the premier North American club competition. Generally, the Apertura and Clausura champions and the Apertura and Clausura runners-up qualify, and are placed in Pot 3. Should one or more teams reach the finals of both tournaments, Liga MX has implemented a formula for ensuring that two teams that qualify via the Apertura and two teams qualify via the Clausura:
- If the same two teams qualify for the finals of both tournaments, those two teams will qualify along with the non-finalists with the best record in both the Apertura and Clausura.
- If the same team wins both the Apertura and the Clausura (facing two different teams in the finals of each tournament), then the berth reserved for the Clausura champions is passed to the Clausura runners-up and the berth reserved for the Clausura runners-up is passed to the non-finalists with best record in the Clausura. This occurred most recently in the –14 season (–15 CONCACAF Champions League) when León ( Apertura and Clausura champions) and Pachuca ( Clausura runners-up) were placed in Pot A, while América ( Apertura runners-up) and Cruz Azul (non-finalists with the best record in the Clausura) were placed in Pot B (at the time, the champions and runners-up were placed in different pots).
- If the Apertura runners-up win the Clausura (facing two different teams in the finals of each tournament), then the berth reserved for the Apertura runners-up is passed to the non-finalists with best record in the Apertura. This occurred most recently in the –12 season (–13 CONCACAF Champions League) when UANL ( Apertura champions) and Santos Laguna ( Apertura runners-up and Clausura champions) were placed in Pot A, while Guadalajara (non-finalists with the best record in the Apertura) and Monterrey ( Clausura runners-up) were placed in Pot B (again, at the time, the champions and runners-up were placed in different pots).
- If the Apertura champions are runners-up of the Clausura (facing two different teams in the finals of each tournament), then the berth reserved for the Clausura runners-up is passed to the non-finalists with best record in the Clausura. This has not happened since Liga MX began using this qualification procedure.
Previous Qualification Tournaments
Clubs and champions
Main article: List of football clubs in Mexico
The following 18 clubs will compete in the Liga MX during the –21 season.
|First season in|
|First season of|
current spell in
in Liga MX
|Atlético San Luis||13||–20||2||–20||2||0||-|
See also: List of Mexican football champions
|América||13||10||–66, –71, –76, –84, –85, Prode '85, –88, –89, Verano , Clausura , Clausura , Apertura , Apertura|
|Guadalajara||12||9||–57, –59, –60, –61, –62, –64, –65, –70, –87, Verano , Apertura , Clausura|
|Toluca||10||7||–67, –68, –75, Verano , Verano , Verano , Apertura , Apertura , Apertura , Bicentenario|
|Cruz Azul||9||11||–69, , –72, –73, –74, –79, –80, Invierno , Guardianes|
|León||8||6||–48, –49, –52, –56, –92, Apertura , Clausura , Guardianes|
|UNAM||7||8||–77, –81, –91, Clausura , Apertura , Clausura , Clausura|
|UANL||7||5||–78, –82, Apertura , Apertura , Apertura , Apertura , Clausura|
|Santos Laguna||6||5||Invierno , Verano , Clausura , Clausura , Clausura , Clausura|
|Pachuca||6||3||Invierno , Invierno , Apertura , Clausura , Clausura , Clausura|
|Monterrey||5||6||Mexico '86, Clausura , Apertura , Apertura , Apertura|
|Atlante *||3||4||–47, –93, Apertura|
|Necaxa||3||3||–95, –96, Invierno|
* Teams currently in the Liga de Expansión MX
** Teams currently in the Liga Premier
*** Teams currently in the Amateur Levels
**** Dissolved teams
Stadiums and locations
|Atlético San Luis||San Luis Potosí City||Alfonso Lastras||25,|
|Juárez||Ciudad Juárez||Olímpico Benito Juárez||19,|||
|Cruz Azul||Mexico City||Azteca||87,|||
|UANL||San Nicolás de los Garza||Universitario||42,|||
|UNAM||Mexico City||Olímpico Universitario||52,|||
In theory, all First Division clubs have the right to sell their own broadcast rights. In practice, however, the league is divided between teams broadcast on Televisa, TV Azteca, Imagen Televisión, Claro Sports, Fox Sports, and ESPN in México. ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, Univision, and Telemundo have the rights in the United States, with FS1/FS2 airing select matches with English commentary.
In previous years, when a team was relegated, the team that was promoted could only negotiate with the company holding the television rights of the relegated team. This agreement was canceled by Liga MX in when the promotion of Club León caused a television rights dispute with Televisa. Currently, Club León matches are broadcast in Mexico by Fox Sports and other online media sites, and in the United States by Univision (Telemundo from –16).
Telelatino and Fox Sports World formerly hold broadcasting rights in Canada. From –20 until –22, OneSoccer broadcast the league for Canada viewers.
Fox Sports is the only network that holds rights to broadcast selected matches in United States and South America.
Additionally, Televisa-owned networks Sky Sports and TUDN hold exclusive broadcasting rights over selected matches throughout the regular season, although the majority of the most important ones are broadcast live on the national networks. The coverage also available for Central America viewers.
Most of the Saturday afternoon and evening matches broadcast by Televisa are shown primarily on Gala TV, though Saturday games played by Televisa's club America, are broadcast on Televisa's flagship network, Canal de las Estrellas. However, a blackout policy is usually applied in selected markets where affiliates are forced to air alternate programming during the matches, Sunday noon and afternoon games broadcast by Televisa are shown on Canal de las Estrellas. All of the games broadcast by TV Azteca on Saturday and Sunday are shown on Azteca 13; Friday's matches however are shown on Azteca 7. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (known in Mexico as Fecha Doble or Double Date) matches picked by the national networks are shown on Canal 5 and Azteca 7 and the rest of the matches air on Sky Sports and TDN.
A recent rule, in effect since , requires teams to play the final game of every season on Sunday during prime time, regardless of whether the team used to play local games in another timeslot, in order to capture more television audience during the game.
For the Apertura , and the majority of the Clausura , Guadalajara home matches in Mexico were not shown on over-the-air television or cable and satellite operators. Instead, they were exclusively shown on an internet streaming service called Chivas TV. As of April 8, , the matches are shown on both Televisa's Televisa Deportes Network (TDN) and Chivas TV.
On February 13, , it was announced Univision Deportes would live stream 46 games in English on Facebook in the United States.
After the Clausura season, Azteca América sold the rights of the Atlas, Morelia, Tijuana, and Veracruz matches to Univision. The network then held the rights of 17 of the 18 clubs, only missing recently promoted Lobos BUAP. In September , Univision began airing Lobos BUAP's home matches, thus holding the rights to all 18 Liga MX teams through the end of the Clausura season.
In July , Televisión Nacional de Chile (TVN) announced it would show Liga MX matches involving Chilean players in Chile.
In October , Fox Sports announced that it acquired the long-term exclusive Spanish-language rights to Tijuana and Santos Laguna home matches in the United States, Mexico, and the rest of Latin America starting in the Apertura and Apertura respectively, thus ending Univision's monopoly. The matches air on Fox Sports in the United States (via Fox Deportes) and the rest of Latin America (including Mexico and excluding Brazil).
On May 26, , Fox Sports announced it acquired the rights of C.F. Monterrey's home matches in the United States and Latin America. The network announced the matches would be shown in the United States on Fox Deportes in Spanish as well as the Fox Sports family of networks in English.
As of the Apertura season, via a sublicense agreement with Univision, ESPN Deportes airs the majority of León, Necaxa, Pachuca, Querétaro, and UANL regular season home matches in the United States. The network also airs at least one home match of nine other clubs.Televisa also sublicenses one match per week to ESPN in Mexico and Central America.
In Brazil, DAZN broadcast the league for two seasons –20 and –
On 16 August, , Eleven Sports announced it would broadcast the home Liga MX matches of C.D. Guadalajara for the season in more than countries.
Television home matches broadcast rights
For the Apertura and the majority of the Clausura , Guadalajara home matches in Mexico were not shown on over-the-air television or cable and satellite operators, instead they exclusively were shown on an internet streaming service called Chivas TV. As of April 8, , the matches are shown on both Televisa's TUDN and Chivas TV.
Matches are shown on Fox Deportes in Spanish as well as the Fox Sports family of networks (FS1, FS2, Fox Soccer Plus) in English.
All match times are UTC− except for matches in Ciudad Juárez, Mazatlán (both UTC−) and Tijuana (UTC−).
Select matches air exclusively on Izzi and a select number of matches air on TV Azteca and Televisa's over-the-air networks.
Up until its rebranding in , the Liga MX did not have a title sponsor. In July , league president Decio de María announced BBVA Bancomer as the official sponsor, with the goal of modernizing the league's image. De María also stated that the money generated from the sponsorship would be divided among the 18 clubs and to be invested in each club's youth teams. On 18 September , the sponsorship deal was extended until  On 18 June , the league was renamed as Liga BBVA MX, adopting the new identity of the sponsor. On 4 July , the sponsorship contract with BBVA was renewed until 
Since , Voit has been the official match ball manufacturer. In , the contract was extended for four years.
The current managers in the Liga MX are:
Promotion and relegation
|Zacatepec||5 (–51, –63, –70, –78, –84)||5 (–62, –66, –77, –83, –85)|
|Querétaro||4 (México '86, –90, –06, –10)||3 (–94, –07, –13*)|
|Pachuca||4 (–67, –92, –96, –98)||3 (–73, –93, –97)|
|Irapuato||4 (–54, –85, –00*, –03)||2 (–72, –91)|
|Atlas||3 (–55, –72, –79)||3 (–54, –71, –78)|
|San Luis||3 (–71, –02, –05)||2 (–74, –03)|
|Puebla||3 (–70, –99, –07)||2 (–99, –05)|
|Unión de Curtidores||2 (–83, –99*)||2 (–81, –84)|
|Veracruz||2 (–64, –02)||5 (–52, –79, –98, –08, –19)|
|Real Zamora||2 (–55, –57)||2 (–56, –60)|
|Tampico Madero||2 (–65, –73)||2 (–67, –75)|
|Atlante||2 (–77, –91)||3 (–76, –90, –14)|
|Monterrey||2 (–56,–60)||1 (–57)|
|Morelia||2 (–57, –81)||1 (–68)|
|UANL||2 (–74, –97*)||1 (–96)|
|León||2 (–90, –12)||2 (–87, –02)|
|Sinaloa||2 (–04, –15)||2 (–06, –16)|
|La Piedad||2 (–01, –13*)||—|
|Necaxa||2 (–10*, –16)||2 (–09, –11)|
|UAT||1 (–87)||1 (–95)|
|Atlético Potosino||1 (–75)||1 (–89)|
|Indios de Ciudad Juárez||1 (–08)||1 (–10)|
|Toros Neza||1 (–89)||1 (–00)|
|Tecos||1 (–75)||1 (–12)|
|UdeG||1 (–14)||1 (–15)|
|BUAP||1 (–17)||1 (–18*)|
|Atlético San Luis||1 (–19*)||—|
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Cock was sucking and serving the hot mouth of such a beautiful girl. She opened her mouth wide, I sat down on the edge of the bed, and for the second time in the evening she took my organ. Into her mouth.
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I take off his knitted vest, unbutton the buttons on my shirt and put my hand under my shirt, huh, the body is delicious. I put my hand on his heart and feel - he is beating fast, he is very hot, I run my hand over the press and his body. Trembles, but it amuses me, I tickle his side. He begs me to stop mocking me and takes my hands in his, kisses my palms and hides me behind my back, presses me to the sofa and slips under.
My dress with his hands, takes off my pantyhose and runs his fingertips along the inner side of my thigh, and it makes me shiver.TOP 10 Goals - Liga MX Torneo Clausura 2014
But then my wife got out of the shower and ordered us to go wash. Having quickly taken a shower and washed our genitals, we with erect members hurried to the bedroom. The wife was lying on her back. When we entered, she sat down on the bed and took our members, began to suck them in turn.
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Put on at least swimming trunks. Where are they. Where.