Major League Soccer

MLS vs Liga MX: All-Star Game 2022 confirmed

Major League Soccer and Liga MX stars will face off in a "rematch" duel. 

The previous time this event was organized, the stars of Major League Soccer defeated those of Liga MX, so this game will be an opportunity for the Mexicans to get their revenge. 
The previous time this event was organized, the stars of Major League Soccer defeated those of Liga MX, so this game will be an opportunity for the Mexicans to get their revenge. 

One more edition of the MLS vs Liga MX duel has just been confirmed, as there will be All-Star Game 2022 in which the stars of both leagues will clash in a "rematch" duel. 

More news about MLS:

Will Carlos Vela arrive at Mallorca? Javier Aguirre is trying to convince him

The previous time this event was organized, the stars of Major League Soccer defeated those of Liga MX, so this game will be an opportunity for the Mexicans to get their revenge. 

The notice was given by MLS on its official website and social networks, in which it was reported that this duel will be accompanied by many activities, in addition to the fact that the match itself will be held for the benefit of the environment.

This is because the match and the attendance of the fans will be measured to know the emissions of greenhouse gases so that these are reduced where possible.

In addition, a portion of the proceeds from each ticket will go to support these and other local sustainability initiatives in the Twin Cities.

The match will take place on August 10 at 20:30 ET at Allianz Field in the state of Minnesota, and tickets will go on sale soon.

Where to watch the All-Star Game 2022 where MLS vs Liga MX will clash?

ESPN and Univision in the U.S.

TSN and TVA Sports in Canada

ESPN throughout Mexico and Latin America

How to get tickets for the All-Game 2022?

Tickets for the MLS All-Star Game presented by Target will go on sale to the public on April 28, but there are pre-sale opportunities at this link

MLS vs Liga MX: A chance for a rematch

In the last edition of the duel between the two teams, MLS prevailed over Liga MX through a round of penalty kicks, with the U.S. soccer players winning the shootout 3-2 after a 1-1 draw in the ninety minutes of regulation.

Therefore, it is considered that this confrontation will be an opportunity for revenge that the Liga MX stars must take advantage of. 

Commenting on the event, MLS Commissioner Don Garber said, "Last year's MLS All-Stars vs. LIGA MX All-Stars was the most competitive MLS All-Star Game in history, and we are pleased to renew the rivalry between the two leagues this summer.

Garber further stated:

"Nasociación with LIGA MX has brought out the best of both leagues on and off the field, and I have no doubt that the intensity will be even greater for the rematch in Minnesota. Beyond the game, All-Star Week will celebrate our sport with a number of cultural and community initiatives for the region's passionate soccer fans. From day one to the MLS All-Star Game presented by Target, it will be an unforgettable week in Minnesota." 

Liga MX President Mikel Arriola said of the event, "It was a great experience for LIGA MX to play the MLS All-Star Game for the first time last year. The players gave their all to represent our league and everyone enjoyed an unprecedented game, where fans from each of our 18 teams came together to support the LIGA MX team". 

More news about Liga MX:

Matias Almeyda out of San Jose Earthquakes

Wilian Estrella

Journalist with more than 10 years of experience. Puma UNAM at heart. Fan of the most beautiful sport on the planet. I currently cover Liga MX, MLS, Premier League, Mexican National Team and USMNT. Always attentive to the latest world soccer news.+ info

Related Articles

Stories

More Soccer News

More Soccer News