F��tbol, or soccer, and Formula One racing are the sports that the Univisi��n Deportes Network primarily features. The network broadcasts f��tbol from Mexico, other parts of Latin America, North America, Portugal and the Netherlands.Continue Reading
Univisi��n Deportes consistently broadcasts the Mexico national f��tbol teams games and all football events that concern various local leagues, such as Liga MX, the highest competitive level of the Mexican f��tbol league system, Copa MX and Ascenso MX. Each year, Univisi��n Deportes provides coverage of roughly 12 of 18 teams in the Mexican Primera Division, or Liga MX.
Univisi��n Deportes also broadcasts all competitive games of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association of Football. The CONCACAF champions automatically qualify for a chance at the World Cup, which Univisi��n Deportes also broadcasts. The CONCACAF hosts its own Gold Cup, biennially, also broadcast on Univisi��n Deportes.
The United States and Canada are members of CONCACAF, and Univisi��n Deportes shows selected Major League Soccer games concerning both countries in addition to games of the United States men��s national soccer team.
Univisi��n Deportes showcases a full season of Formula One racing each year, including approximately 20 annual races in as many countries, from March to November. Rounding out the remainder of programming from Univisi��n Deportes is a handful original of sports shows, such as "Univisi��n Deportes F��tbol Club," "F��tbol Central," "F��tbol en Serio," "Zona Tricolor" and "Ahi Va el Agua."Learn more about Art & Literature