Club América vs León: Live stream, start time, TV, how to watch Liga MX friendly

It’s a pre-season game in Liga MX as Club América take on León. Wednesday’s friendly will take place in the United States as the two teams meet at PayPal Park in San Jose, Calif., home of MLS’s San Jose Earthquakes. Club América will take the field after finishing last season being knocked out of the second round of the Torneo Clausura final, losing to Pachuca. It comes after entering the Torneo Apertura as the top seed, but losing in the first round of the finals. León failed to qualify for the Clausura finals, but had a strong run in the Apertura, advancing to the finals before losing to Atlas. Fans who want to watch Wednesday’s game on TV can watch it in Spanish via TUDN. Fans can also stream the match via fuboTVwhich offers a free trial.

How to watch Club América vs León (Liga MX club friendly)

Start time: Wednesday’s game will start at 10 p.m. EST at PayPal Park in San Jose, California.

TV channel: Viewers in the United States can watch the game on TV via TUDN in Spanish The English broadcast will not be available through normal TV channels in the United States

Live streaming options: Sling | fuboTV – If you don’t have cable, you can watch the game in Spanish via Sling and fuboTVwhich offers a free trial.

More international football coverage via The Associated Press

Cheers and sighs were met with FIFA’s announcement of the host cities for the 2026 World Cup.

There were a number of evidences among the 16 World Cup venues, such as the Los Angeles area, Mexico City and Toronto. But for some of the cities that were on the bubble, Thursday’s announcement was a misfire.

At a watch party in Washington DC, the crowd was sullen when the last of the cities was announced. It was only the third time that a national capital was not among the host cities of the World Cup. A similar scene unfolded in Denver.

Six cities contesting the games were disappointed in the end: In addition to Denver and the Washington DC area, there was Edmonton, Alberta; Cincinnati; Nashville, TN; and Orlando, Florida.

” We are disappointed. Anyone who knows me, I’m a pretty competitive SOB. I don’t like losing,” said Butch Spyridon, CEO of Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.

Nashville’s bid centered on Nissan Stadium, home of the Titans, but that was complicated earlier this year when the NFL team publicly pushed for a new stadium due to rising renovation costs. Nissan, opened in 1999.

“Not the news we wanted, but let’s move on to the next thing,” Nashville Mayor John Cooper said. “And it was a pretty elite group of cities that they were choosing from.”

Kansas City was one of those cities that wasn’t a sure thing but ended up winning.

Despite sweltering temperatures, hundreds gathered in Kansas City’s Power & Light entertainment district erupted in joy when Kansas City was announced as the host. Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, whose family have been strong football supporters since the start of Major League Soccer, said the announcement was the culmination of years of work by many people.

“We now have the opportunity to showcase Kansas City on the international stage,” Hunt said.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is a co-owner of Sporting KC and his wife, Brittany, is one of three founders of Kansas City Current in the National Women’s Soccer League.

“I want to be at every one of these games. I know Kansas City and how much they love football, and now with the Current and Sporting – the city loves the game,” Mahomes said hours before the official announcement.

Hunt’s brother, Dan, chairman of the committee responsible for bringing the World Cup to Dallas, had higher ambitions than just hosting games. He wants the final. A city delegation will travel to New York on Sunday to meet with FIFA representatives.

Football’s governing body will not announce the stadiums for the knockout matches until after the World Cup in Qatar later this year.

“It’s a great opportunity to have this World Cup and to have it front and center here in Dallas. You know how excited I am about the Dallas Cowboys, but it’s incredibly special for Dallas,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said at a cheery rally in that city.

Atlanta’s celebration was marred by a bit of confusion when the city was advertised on television in the Central region rather than the East.

“It was Dallas then Atlanta and what was it like? Then we all went crazy,” Atlanta Sports Council Chairman Dan Corso said.

Atlanta and Seattle were among the cities that currently have artificial turf in their stadiums and will have to install real turf – likely temporarily – for the World Cup.

Brian Bilello, chairman of Boston Soccer 2026 and the New England Revolution, was already considering preparations for the big event.

“For the next four years. It’s really about making sure we’re ready for the world. I mean, it’s an event like no other. This is not a stadium event. This is not a town event. It is a statewide event. Making Massachusetts, getting Boston ready to welcome the world is going to be a big priority and obviously we have a lot of work to do,” Bilello said.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is tied for a silver lining amid the disappointment.

“It was an honor to be in contention for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, and the spotlight on Cincinnati as a potential host city provided a platform to show all that Cincinnati has to offer to international audiences. “, said DeWine.

While Seattle’s chances of hosting seemed pretty secure, Sounders owner and Seattle bid manager Adrian Hanauer was still nervous until his city was announced.

“I was terribly nervous sitting here with my stomach upside down. Honestly, I was more nervous than for our Champions League final. It surprised me actually,” Hanauer said. “It’s just years and years of anticipation. Born and raised here. Grew up as a football kid. Just a lot of emotion.”