Univision, the Spanish language television network, airs soccer competitions that include Mexican League, FIFA and other international soccer matches. Univision shares broadcasting rights for various soccer competitions with its sister channels, UniMas and Galavision. The full broadcasting schedule can be found online from websites such as LocateTV.com.
In 2014, the Univision Network aired the FIFA World Cup with all 64 games live on TV and streaming video, while the Univision Deportes Network and the Univision Deportes website provided full coverage of the soccer World Cup. The 2014 tournament held in Brazil is the last broadcast of this event for Univision, notes LATimes.com. The World Cup broadcasting rights have transferred to Telemundo. As of October 2015, Univision is in the process of obtaining media rights to Mexican and United States soccer leagues including the Spanish language rights to Major League Soccer.
Soccer competition schedules for tournaments that are broadcast on Univision can be found online on the Univision website and from Dish Network or DirecTV programming guides. Univision also has an application for mobile devices available from a compatible app store, such as Google Play and iTunes, or from the link on Univision.com. The application is free to download and offers users access to live streaming of games, games schedules, real-time game results, game alerts, video and statistics with English and Spanish options.