Spanish League on Channel Five! TUDN will broadcast Spanish football matches
Mexico City /
2022 arrives with great news for everyone who loves football because The League matches will be watched on Channel 5 of Televisa; This is Evaluation La Liga Returns to the Mexican Open TV From this weekend after many years tied up by Sky signal.
Where do you watch the Spanish League in Mexico?
.’s official account TUDN has informed that Division 1 games from Spain will be added to the programming of Channel 5, where two of the most powerful clubs on the planet are active, such as Real Madrid and Barcelona, and where there are also some Mexicans such as Diego Linez And Andres Guardado at Betis, Hector Herrera at Atletico Madrid, Nestor Araujo at Celta de Vigo and Jose Juan Macias at Getafe.
When does La Liga de España 2022 start on Channel 5?
the expected La Liga returns to TV broadcasts In our country it will be next weekSo we won’t have to wait that long to experience all the excitement of one of the best soccer leagues in the world.
In order not to miss the first match that will be broadcasted from the first division of football in Spain on Channel 5, below we leave you the details of that duel that will conclude today 20 of the 2021-2022 season, when, what, when and where to watch La Liga for free and live in Mexico:
What Mediotiempo was able to confirm is that the agreement states that Televisa has 1 game per day for the remainder of 2022, with two options at some point, although this scenario is not very feasible.
Televisa broadcast LaLiga in the 80s and 90s
You may not remember because you weren’t even born, but it’s not the first time La Liga will be watched in Mexico via Televisa A few decades ago, it was possible to watch games Real Madrid with Hugo Sanchez as the protagonist.
The voices of Raúl Sarmiento and Enrique Bermúdez, among others, recounted Hugol’s exploits in the merengue team and the exploits of other footballers of the time.
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