Liga MX – Players List, Top Teams with details 2020

Resultados Liga MX, This is in the top tier of the Mexican football league system. Officially it is known as Liga BBVA MX owing to its current sponsors, BBVA that is sponsoring through its Mexican subsidiary BBVA México. It was founded on 17 October 1943, some 76 years ago in Mexico City.

It comprises of 19 clubs, with one being barred every year (two tournaments) based upon performances in the league, over the previous three years. At the end of the regular phase of the tournament, the first 8 teams in the table qualify to the liguilla which means “mini-league”, or “playoff”.

The International Federation of Football History and Statistics ranks the league 20th worldwide. Also, it is the 10th strongest league in the first decade of the 21st century (2001–2010). As per CONCACAF, the league – with an average attendance of 25,557 during the 2014–15 season – draws the largest crowds on average of any football league in the Americas. Also, It is the fourth most attended football league in the world behind Germany’s Bundesliga, England’s Premier League, and Spain’s La Liga.

The 2019–20 Liga MX season was the 73rd professional season of the top-flight football league in Mexico. The season was divided into two championships—the Torneo Apertura and the Torneo Clausura. Each championship was contested by the same nineteen teams.

Liga MX Players List –

Roberto Aballay
Matías Abelairas
Diego Abella
José Abella
Clifford Aboagye
Joshua Abrego
Sebastián Abreu
Joe Abrigo
José Manuel Abundis
Martín Abundis
Danilo Aceval
Carlos Acevedo
Eduardo Acevedo
Gabriel Achilier
Jorge Achucarro
Daniel Acosta García
Miguel Acosta Moreno
Alan Acosta
Alberto Joshimar Acosta
Alejandro Acosta
Gael Acosta
Héctor Acosta (footballer)
Miguel Ángel Acosta
Rafael Acosta (Uruguayan footballer)
Francisco Acuña
Isaac Acuña
Nilo Acuña
Gilberto Adame
Héctor Adomaitis
Luis Advíncula
Serafín Aedo
Francis Afriyie
Heriberto Aguayo
Cono Aguiar
Alberto Aguilar (Mexican footballer)
Daniel Aguilar
Gerardo Aguilar Sainz
Julio Aguilar
Pablo César Aguilar
Paul Aguilar
Carlos Aguilera (Uruguayan footballer)
Emanuel Aguilera
Álex Aguinaga
Eduardo Aguirre (footballer)
Érick Aguirre
Gaddi Aguirre
Jonás Aguirre
Wilmer Aguirre
Matías Aguirregaray
Sergio Ahumada
Aílton (footballer, born 1973)
José Aílton da Silva
Pablo Aja
Alan Santos
Oswaldo Alanís
Martín Alaniz
Marcelo Alatorre
Lucas Albertengo
Alberto Luiz de Souza
Juan Ángel Albín
Rafael Albrecht
Gil Alcalá
Daniel Alcántar
Herly Alcázar
Gerardo Alcoba
Adrián Aldrete
Juan Manuel Alejándrez
Aldo Alemán
Germán Alemanno
Alex Fernandes
José Alexandre Alves Lindo
Éver Alfaro
Hebert Alférez
Allan Dellon
Marcelo Allende
Jorge Almaguer
Sergio Almaguer
Miguel Almazán
Steven Almeida
Jorge Almirón
Diego Alonso
Iván Alonso
Abraham Alpuche
Santiago Altamira
Héctor Altamirano
Matías Alustiza
Carlos Alvarado Villalobos
Arturo Alvarado
Edson Alvarado (footballer, born 1998)
Roberto Alvarado
Ventura Alvarado
Guido Alvarenga
Alexandro Álvarez
Cristián Álvarez (footballer, born 1980)
Damián Álvarez Arcos
Damián Ariel Álvarez
Daniel Álvarez López
Diego Álvarez (footballer)
Edson Álvarez
Juan Álvarez (Mexican footballer, born 1996)
Kristian Álvarez
Leonel Álvarez (footballer, born 1965)
Lucero Álvarez
Ricky Álvarez
Uriel Álvarez
José Eustaquio Alves Lemos Filho
José Alves
Gabriel Álvez
Antonio Alzamendi
Rafael Amador
Amaral (footballer, born 1954)
Raúl Vicente Amarilla
Ignacio Ambríz
Horacio Ameli
Jerónimo Amione
Luis Antonio Amuchástegui
Juan Luis Anangonó
Yulián Anchico
Julio César Anderson
Andrés Andrade
Diego Andrade
Édgar Andrade
André Luiz Moreira
Martín Andrizzi
Brayan Angulo
Jeison Angulo
Jesús Ricardo Angulo
Jesús Alberto Angulo
Julio Angulo
Marco Angúlo
Vinicio Angulo
Uriel Antuna
Daniel Antúnez
Jorge Aparicio Estrada
Javier Aquino
Pedro Aquino
Eduardo Arancibia
Germán Arangio
Carlos Arango
Juan Arango
Félix Araujo
Néstor Araujo
Patricio Araujo
Jorge Orlando Aravena Plaza
Pedro Araya Toro
Eduardo Arce
Fernando Arce
Fernando Arce Jr.
Sagir Arce
Warren Archibald
Raúl Aredes
Jesús Arellano
Omar Arellano
Egidio Arévalo Ríos
Juan Carlos Arguedas
Alejandro Argüello
Jonathan Arias
Luis Carlos Arias
Maximiliano Arias
Ramón Arias
Daniel Arismendi
Fernando Aristeguieta
Franco Arizala
Christian Armas
Emiliano Armenteros
Yovanny Arrechea
Valentín Arredondo
Carlos Arreola
Daniel Arreola
Eudalio Arriaga
Ramón Arriaga
Alejandro Arribas
Paul Arriola
Omar Arroyo Sánchez
Michael Arroyo
Francisco Arrué
Gerardo Arteaga
Juan Manuel Asensi
Faustino Asprilla
Rubén Astigarraga
Javier Astúa
Federico Astudillo
Rodrigo Astudillo
Augusto César Moreira
Erwin Ávalos
Irving Ávalos
Juan Pablo Avendaño
Álex Ávila
Irven Ávila
Sergio Ávila
Omar Avilán
Arturo Avilés Sosa
Felipe de Jesús Ayala
Hugo Ayala
Rubén Ayala
Jaime Ayoví

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Liga MX Team List 2020

Atlético San Luis
Cruz Azul
Santos Laguna

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Liga MX league consists of the following teams. But the list is not exhaustive and is inclusive of Top Teams with details 2020:-

Club Deportivo Veracruz (C.D. Veracruz)

Resultados Liga MX

Known as Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz, this is a Mexican professional football club based in the city of Veracruz. It was founded in 1943 and played in the Liga MX of Mexico. Its nickname, “Tiburones Rojos”, means red sharks. The Mexican Football Federation announced the disaffiliation of Veracruz from Liga MX in December 2019, due to economic debts with first-team players, its youth system, and the league.

Club América‎

Club América‎

Club de Fútbol América S.A. de C.V., or Club América or simply América, is a professional football club based in Mexico City, Mexico. Founded in 1916, nicknamed Las Águilas (The Eagles), it competes in Liga MX. Currently, it is owned by media company Grupo Televisa. The team plays its home games at the Estadio Azteca, the largest stadium in Mexico and Latin America. The club has won a record thirteen league titles, record six Copa México titles and six Campeón de Campeones cups. In international competitions, it has won ten FIFA recognized club trophies. The wins are the most for a club from the CONCACAF region. It has won a record seven CONCACAF Champions Cup/Champions League titles, two Copa Interamericana cups, and one CONCACAF Giants Cup.

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Dorados de Sinaloa

Dorados de Sinaloa

This Mexican professional football club is based in Culiacán. It plays its home games in Culiacán. This was the youngest franchise to play in the Primera División de México. When the club was only one year old, it became the first to join the Apertura 2004 tournament. It currently plays in Ascenso MX, the second tier of the Mexican league. The goalkeeper’s primary colors are a red shirt and white shorts, and the secondary attire is all white.

Monarcas Morelia

Liga MX

Club Atlético Monarcas Morelia is a Mexican football game club based mostly in Morelia, Michoacán, enjoying in Liga Mx. The team is in hand by Grupo Salinas and plays its home games in Estadio Morelos. The club’s colors are yellow and red.

Club Necaxa‎

Resultados Liga MX

Impulsor del Deportivo Necaxa S.A. de C.V. also known as Club Necaxa, is a Mexican football club in Liga MX. It is based in the city of Aguascalientes. It plays in the Estadio Victoria. On December 6, 2014, Necaxa won the Apertura 2014 championship in the final game against Coras de Tepic.

Club de Fútbol Monterrey

Club de Fútbol Monterrey

This Mexican football club from Monterrey, Nuevo León currently plays in the Liga MX. It was founded on 28 June 1945 and became the oldest active team in the professional division from the northern part of Mexico. It is owned by FEMSA that is a Latin America’s largest bottling company. Its home games are played within the Estadio BBVA since 2015.

Club León

Resultados Liga MX

Also known as León, this Mexican professional football club is based in the city of León, Guanajuato, Mexico. The team has won the Liga Mx North American country Primera División (Mexico initial Division) title seven times: in 1948, 1949, 1952, 1956, 1992, Apertura 2013 and last Clausura 2014. The franchise became the first Mexican “Campeonísimo” (winner of the League and the México Cup in the same year) in 1949. In 1993, it was the CONCACAF Champions’ Cup, the runner-up. This is the only second Liga MX team to win back-to-back championships in short tournaments.

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Club Universidad Nacional

Resultados Liga MX

Club de Fútbol Universidad Nacional A.C., also known as Pumas de la UNAM, Pumas UNAM, UNAM, or Pumas, is a Mexican league football club based in Ciudad Universitaria in Mexico City. It represents the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and plays their home matches at Estadio Olímpico Universitario. This is one of the most popular clubs in Mexico to have won seven Primera División championships and four international titles.

Club Atlético Zacatepec

Resultados Liga MX

Nicknamed Cañeros (sugarcane growers), Club Atlético Zacatepec is a Mexican football team based in Zacatepec, Morelos. Having drawn team colors white and green from sugar and sugarcane, respectively, their uniform color is a white shirt with a big green line in the middle and white shorts and socks. Their greatest achievements were in the 1950s when it won two titles in First Division. Club Zacatepec’s motto is “Hacer Deporte es Hacer Patria” which means doing sports is to be a patriot. The team was barred after just 2 seasons in Ascenso MX, but bought Cruz Azul Hidalgo and will remain in the Ascenso MX for the Apertura 2014.

Club Tijuana

Resultados Liga MX

Club city Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente, Xolos de city, or just as Xolos, is a Mexican sports club from the city, peninsula, Mexico… It was founded in January 2007. It was promoted to Liga MX in 2011, where they have played since. They won their initial title within the 2012 Apertura.

Performance by club and Total Wins

Real Madrid – 33, Barcelona – 26, Atlético Madrid – 10, Athletic Bilbao – 8, Valencia – 6, Real Sociedad – 2, Deportivo La Coruña – 1, Sevilla – 1, Real Betis – 1

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