Houston Dynamo FC to begin Leagues Cup play on July 21 and host Santos Laguna on July 25


The Leagues Cup 2023 Bracket Announcement presented by Coors Light today revealed the official 2023 match schedule. The inaugural edition of the official Concacaf competition will see all 47 clubs (18 from LIGA MX, 29 from MLS) compete in a World Cup-style tournament from July 21 - August 19, 2023.

The Group Stage kicks off on July 21 and runs through July 31, and will see rivalries born and renewed, as well as feature exciting rematches between LIGA MX and MLS clubs. 

Houston Dynamo FC will begin Leagues Cup play on July 21 in Florida when they face Orlando City SC. The Dynamo return to Shell Energy Stadium on July 25 to host Santos Laguna. This is the fourth match against the LigaMX squad and the first since a 4-0 victory for the Dynamo in the 2015 Dynamo Charities Cup.

 Tickets for the match on July 25 against Santos Laguna are available on SeatGeek, the official ticketing partner of the Club, or by calling 713-276-GOAL. Single game tickets and group experiences are also available for the upcoming Dynamo and Dash matches at Shell Energy Stadium. For more information on group experiences, visit HoustonDynamoFC.com/Tickets/Groups

Advancing teams will compete in the single-game elimination Knockout Rounds, beginning with the Round of 32 on August 2-4 (16 matches), followed by the Round of 16 on August 6-8 (eight matches). The eight advancing teams will compete in the Quarterfinals from August 11-12 (four matches) before the two Semifinal matches on August 15.

The Leagues Cup 2023 Final and third-place game will be played on Saturday, August 19 and determine the three clubs that will qualify for the 2024 Concacaf Champions League.

Fans in over 100 countries and regions 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 in the United States and Canada.