New York City Football Club will take on Atlas FC on July 23 at Citi Field at 7:00pm ET, followed by Toronto FC on July 26 at Red Bull Arena at 7:30pm ET in the inaugural edition of Leagues Cup.
The highly-anticipated Concacaf competition will see 47 clubs - 18 from LIGA MX and 29 from MLS - compete in a World Cup style tournament, with three places in the 2024 Concacaf Champions League at stake.
The action begins July 21 and will continue until August 19, 2023. The Leagues Cup 2023 groups are based on clubs' 2022 performance along with their geographic regions. The 15 groups will be broken up into four regions: West, Central, South and East.
How to Watch
Fans around the world will be able to watch Leagues Cup* on MLS Season Pass on the Apple TV app, which is available on Apple devices, smart TVs, streaming devices from Roku, Amazon, and Google, game consoles, and the web at tv.apple.com.
In addition, TelevisaUnivision, FOX Sports, TSN, and RDS will be the linear broadcast home for select Leagues Cup matches. The Leagues Cup Final will be available on Univision in Spanish.
*This excludes viewers in Mexico