TUDN, the home of football in the U.S., has revealed an action-packed schedule for the ongoing week, which will give fans a chance to follow the beautiful game in several arenas around the world and across all of its platforms.
As usual, the Spanish-speaking network will offer thorough coverage of the Mexican top-flight, starting with Cruz Azul's debut in the Apertura 2021 tournament on Monday evening. The channel will add five more games to its coverage, including América's game against Necaxa on Saturday and Ariel Holan's debut at Estadio León when los Panzas Verdes face Tijuana.
Still talking about Mexican football, TUDN will also bring the Liga de Expansión to football fans in the U.S., with the highlight of the week being the first game for Raya2 Expansión, the new team in the league led by former striker Aldo de Nigris. To top it all, TUDN will also cover Liga MX Femenil games such as the one between Toluca and Atlético San Luis this Saturday.
Liga MX will not be the only domestic league to be covered by the network, as the Argentine Primera División and the Brazilian Serie A, also known as Brasileirao, will also be covered by the network. Teams such as Boca Juniors, River Plate, Palmeiras, and Flamengo will all be available to watch on Prende TV, the company's recently launched streaming service.
Last, but not least, TUDN will cover the last games of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Mexico and the USMNT seem set to fight for the title, but Qatar and Canada have shown their worth throughout the tournament and might give both these teams a hard time in their quest to reach the finals. Gold Cup games will take place on Thursday and Sunday.
Have a look at what TUDN has to offer for fans in the United States this week (all kickoff times Eastern).