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How to stream TUDN

TUDN’s got you covered for Liga MX and MLS soccer.


Phil West


  • TUDN is an essential channel for Spanish-speaking (and English-speaking) soccer fans. While it’s best known for Liga MX coverage, it also carries select MLS and Concacaf Champions League matches.
  • It’s also an essential streaming service if you’re an El Tri fan, carrying many of the Mexican national team’s matches.
  • UEFA Champions League matches also stream via TUDN en Español.
  • TUDN started life as Univision Deportes Network, but its parent company rebranded it as TUDN—to reflect a merger with Televisa Deportes Network and to play on “tu,” Spanish for “you.”
  • TUDN is currently available via FuboTV and on AT&T TV Now’s Optimo Mas package and Ulitmate package.

What is TUDN?

TUDN began as Univision Deportes Network in 2012, bolstered by a deal with Dish, in an effort to reach more soccer fans. The 2019 rebrand into TUDN (essentially, “your sports network”) also reflected a merger with Televisa Deportes Network. Though the channel isn’t exclusively a soccer channel—it also has rights to Formula One racing—it is largely about the beautiful game.

It centers on Liga MX, Mexico’s top-flight soccer league. There’s also a lot of focus on the Mexican national team, known to fans on both sides of the border as El Tri. TUDN’s also part of the hodge-podge of networks carrying MLS action. As a bonus, it brings in teams from Central America and the Caribbean via the Concacaf Champions League, one of the wildest soccer tournaments on the planet.

Even if you don’t speak Spanish, it’s incredibly fun to watch. The commentators bring an unparalleled energy to their game coverage. (Let’s just say you’re definitely going to know when a goal’s been scored.)

  • Launched: April 7, 2012
  • Owner: Univision Communications
  • Slogan: Vivimos Tu Pasion
  • Headquarters: Doral, Florida

How to stream TUDN without cable: Which streaming services carry TUDN?

The following streaming services carry TUDN.


FuboTV started as a streaming service geared toward sports fans, but it’s evolved into a broadly-appealing option with entertainment and news options alongside its robust sports choices. FuboTV starts at $54.99 a month, and depending on the package, you can access as many as 180+ FuboTV channels. If you’re looking to be entertained, Bravo, IFC, MTV, and VH1 are options even at Fubo’s most basic tier.

The Fubo channel list still includes plenty of sports, including the Fubo Sports Network, which has original programming mixing sports and humor. The ESPN suite of channels was added as part of an agreement that also brought ABC and the Disney Channel. Pretty much every sports channel you could think of is available through Fubo, including BeIN Sports, CBS Sports Network, and TUDN.



If you’re already looking to AT&T for your wireless needs, you might consider AT&T TV Now to cover streaming for you. AT&T TV Now channels start with Plus and Max, which even include HBO. Then, AT&T plans expand from there, approaching cable selection and pricing with AT&T TV Now’s biggest packages. AT&T streaming also comes with Cloud DVR, letting you record up to 20 hours of TV per month.

At its most basic Plus tier, you can find sports staples like ESPN, ESPN2, and FS1. Considering that AT&TV TV Now plans include the loaded Xtra and Ultimate tiers, as well as the Spanish-language Optimo Mas package, you can find whatever sports channel you’re seeking in at least one of the AT&T TV Now plans. If you’re looking for TUDN, you can get in at the Optimo Mas or Ultimate tiers to stream it.


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