When and where is the 2021 Liga MX final between León and Atlas taking place? Dates and times
León and Atlas, who have nine titles between them, will contest the 2021 Liga MX final over two legs, culminating in Sunday’s decider in Guadalajara.
The identity of the new Apertura Liga MX champions will be revealed by the end of the weekend. This year’s final is between eight-time winners Club León and Atlas, whose one and only title was won back in 1951.
Atlas booked their place in the final after beating Pumas as the highest seeded team after their semi-final ended 1-1 on aggregate. Curiously, León advanced via the same route – their semi-final, against Tigres also ended level. It ended 3-3 on aggregate but León, the No.3 seeds just edged out Tigres who were one place below them in the seeding ranking.
Like the previous rounds, the 2021 Liga MX final will be played over two legs, both teams playing home and away.
2021 Liga MX final first leg: León and Atlas
The first leg of the final will be played on Thursday 9 December at Estadio León in León with the game kicking off at 21:00 hours local time CST (10pm ET / 7pm PT).
2021 Liga MX final return leg: Atlas vs León
Both teams will be back for the return leg which will be played on Sunday 12 December at Estadio Jalisco in Guadalajara with the game kicking off at the earlier time of 20:05 hours local time CST (9:05pm ET / 6:05pm PT).