Both leagues agreed, for the second year, to play an event similar to what the NBA and MLB do, bringing together the best of two leagues to face each other and see who is the best.
This format has been in place since 2005, but the combination of the best players in U.S. soccer had faced other great teams from other leagues, particularly from Europe.
Of the last three all-star games, MLS has lost two and won one, the previous edition against Liga MX. The U.S. team won the game on penalties.
Minnesota is the 13th city in the history of this game to host the match.
Possible line-ups for the game
The best of both leagues will be in Minnesota for the All-Star Game. However, there is one notable absence, and that is that Andr Pierre Gignac will not be in the match due to vaccination issues in the United States.
Despite this, there are other stars that people will be able to see in the game and here we tell you the possible starting eleven of the teams.
For MLS, there could be: Andre Blake; Walker Zimmerman, Kamal Miller, Julin Araujo, Aaron Long; Emanuel Reynoso, Ilie Snchez; Hany Mukhtar, Sebastin Driussi, Ral Ruidaz and Javier Hernndez.
On the other hand, for Liga MX there will be: Camilo Vargas; Brayan Angulo, Kevin lvarez, Luis Reyes, Lisandro Lpez; Erik Lira, Luis Chvez, lvaro Fidalgo, ngel Mena; Juan Dinenno and Uriel Antuna.
When and where to watch MLS All-Stars vs Liga MX All-Stars?
TUDN, through its UniMs channel, has the rights to this game in Spanish for the United States. This game will also be available in its original English language on ESPN, TSN4 and TVA Sports.
The match will take place this Wednesday, August 10 at 7:30 p.m. ET / 6:30 p.m. PT at Allianz Field in Minnesota.
On digital platforms, the match will be available on the TUDN app and Vix. Also, the different apps of the other ESPN channels, TSN4 and TVA will be available.
MLS All-Stars vs Liga MX All-Stars
MLS All-Star Game
Allianz Field, Minnesota, MN
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET / 6:30 p.m. PT
TV: ESPN, UniMs, TSN4, TVA Sports