Club América vs Querétaro: times, how to watch on TV, stream online, Liga MX
Club América and Querétaro kick off their Liga MX Clausura 2023 campaigns when they meet at the Estadio Azteca on Saturday.
You can follow the live action of the Liga MX Clausura opening game between América and Queretaro here on As.com.
Two teams who finished at opposite ends of the Apertura 2022 regular-season table meet on matchday one of the Clausura 2023, as Club América host Querétaro at the Estadio Azteca.
When does Club América vs Querétaro kick off?
The game between Club América and Querétaro starts on Saturday 7 January 2023, with kick-off scheduled for:
How to watch Club América vs Querétaro
The following television channels and online services will be broadcasting Club América vs Querétaro:
Club América vs Querétaro preview
Helped by a club-record nine-game winning streak, Club América topped the regular-season table in impressive fashion in the Apertura 2022.
However, Fernando Ortiz’s men then succumbed to the ‘curse of the superlíder’ in the playoffs, losing out to eventual runners-up Toluca in the semi-finals. In the Liga MX’s short-tournament era, the league-phase champions have now managed to win the postseason just eight out of 52 times.
The Liga MX’s most decorated club with 13 league championships, América last lifted the Mexican title in the Clausura 2018.
History suggests that Las Águilas, who haven’t failed to make the playoffs since the Clausura 2017, will avoid defeat on matchday one of the Clausura 2023: they have lost just one of their last 10 Liga MX meetings with Querétaro.
Saturday’s visitors to Mexico City came rock bottom of the Apertura 2022 regular-season table, missing out on the Liga MX playoffs for the third straight tournament.
Querétaro failed to win any of their first nine games of the tournament, and ended up with just one victory to their name as they registered a paltry nine points from 17 matches.
Los Gallos Blancos have never won the Liga MX title. The closest they have come was in the Clausura 2015, when they were losing finalists.