Soccer broadcasters unite for 'Unidos por los Nuestros'

Five networks -- Azteca America, beIN Sports, ESPN, FOX and Fusion TV -- will join with Univision on Tuesday and Wednesday in airing five Liga MX games as part of the effort to raise funds for the victims of the recent natural disasters in Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Florida and Texas.

The sports broadcasters will air soccer action as well as special programming, in English and Spanish, encouraging viewers to donate funds for disaster relief to the American Red Cross.

The telecasts will be co-produced out of the Univision Deportes studios in Miami and feature sports personalities and production staffs from each broadcaster.

Chivas vs Lobos, 7:55-10 pm ET
Veracruz vs Morelia, 10:25 pm-12:25 am ET
Tijuana vs Tigres, 12:25-2:30 am ET
Leon vs. Club America, 7:55-10 pm ET
Pachuca vs. Cruz Azul, 10:00 pm-midnight

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Univision Deportes president Juan Carlos Rodriguez: "Over the last few weeks, millions of people have been dramatically impacted by the natural disasters in the Caribbean, Mexico and the U.S. and as sports broadcasters we have a unique opportunity before us. Sports has always been a great unifier and a vehicle for social change. Through this historic effort, we can bring all our resources, platforms and fans together to make a difference in the lives of communities that are in dire need. We thank our partners Azteca America, beIN Sports, ESPN, Fox and Fusion TV for their collaboration in this landmark industry effort.”
3 comments about "Soccer broadcasters unite for 'Unidos por los Nuestros'".
  1. Nick Daverese, September 26, 2017 at 6:45 a.m.

    NYC construction workers went to Mexico to help. My youngest son went with them. They also gave blood. He works with iron and steel and is a welder and can put together construction crains

  2. Bob Ashpole, September 26, 2017 at 1:11 p.m.

    Good for them. Especially in Puerto Rico and Mexico, the devastation is so widespread that it will takes many years to recover. Houston will probably be well on the road to recovery in six months, simply because it still has an economy and a tax base.

  3. Nick Daverese, September 26, 2017 at 2:26 p.m.

    Right I spent my honeymoon in Puerto Rico. It would rain once a day then clear up like it never happened. I found a pretty good Italian restraunt there.

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