OneFootball, an application and website of the same-named company, which offers live scores, statistics and news from several football leagues on a global scale, announced that it will broadcast matches of the Mexican Professional Football League (Liga MX) for Latin America and other markets, not including Mexico.
According to the information reported by the website of the Mexican newspaper specialized in sports ‘Record’ and others, the agreement will be valid until 2022 and includes the broadcasts of between two and five matches for each fixture date of the competition, which will include matches from the Torneo Apertura 2021 and the Torneo Clausura 2022, as well as the highlights of each competition. The partnership will take place as of tomorrow, Thursday, July 22nd, the date in which the Torneo Apertura 2021 will officially start.
Apart from Latin America, the agreement between OneFootball and Liga MX, managed by the Spanish company Mediapro, will also be valid for France, Italy, Germany, the UK, Africa and Asia. The first football match to be broadcast will be the one played by Mexican clubs Queretaro and America, this coming Thursday, at the La Corregidora stadium (Queretaro, Mexico).
In 2020, OneFootball has ran several agreements in the region, including the acquisition of rights to broadcast the German Professional Football League (Bundesliga); the French Professional Football League (Ligue 1); and even a partnership with the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) to distribute original content from the Brazilian entity through OneFootball’s website and app.