Liga MX clubs make notable move towards rights centralisation

TOLUCA, MEXICO - OCTOBER 27: A detail of a Liga MX sign as part of the Torneo Apertura 2022 Liga MX. (Photo by Manuel Velasquez/Getty Images)

Mexico’s top-tier football league, Liga MX, has approved a plan in principle to mandate the creation of a model to centralise the media rights of all 18 clubs. 

The agreement comes following the convening of the league-wide club assembly to welcome the new president-elect of the Mexican Football Federation, Juan Carlos Rodriguez. 

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