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Liga MX | Querétaro vs. Club America: how to watch online on TV in USA, date, match and live stream for the Torneo Apertura 2021

On Thursday, July 22, the Águilas of América will begin their journey in the Apertura 2021 tournament and will visit the home of the Gallos Blancos.

América Vs. Queretaro
América Vs. Queretaro

América will be officially back in action this Thursday, July 22. The Águilas will be in charge of cutting the ribbon and kicking off the Apertura 2021 tournament when they visit Querétaro at the Corregidora Stadium for what will be the first match of the campaign in a tournament with a sense of revenge for Santiago Solari and his charges.

América will go into this match with four confirmed absences and one more that could be confirmed if Nicolás Benedetti does not recover from the physical discomfort he has been carrying since the preseason in the United States. The other players who will not be present are Guillermo Ochoa, Jorge Sánchez, Sebastián Córdova and Henry Martín, who are with the Mexican National Team that will participate in the Olympic Games in Tokyo.

In favor of Los Millonetas is the positive streak in their league appearances. It has been five consecutive tournaments in which the Coapa-based team has won all three points in its first presentation. In addition, of their last 10 opening games, they have won seven and lost only three, the last of which came in the Apertura 2018 away to Necaxa.

América vs Querétaro: when and at what time do they play in Liga MX?

América and Querétaro will face each other next Thursday, July 22 at 19:00 hrs at the Corregidora Stadium. This match will kick off the 2021 Apertura tournament and will also represent the possible official debut of América's reinforcements Fernando Madrigal, Salvador Reyes and Miguel Layún in their second stint with the club.

América vs Querétaro where and how to watch LIVE the match?

The match between América and Querétaro will be played at Estadio Corregidora and you will be able to follow it LIVE and LIVE on two different signals, according to Liga MX's website, which will be: Fox Sports. 


 

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