Mexico vs. Honduras: Live stream, how to watch CONCACAF Nations League

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Honduras looks to assert its dominance over Mexico once again when they play in Tuesday’s CONCACAF Nations League quarterfinal match. When the two teams played last Friday, Honduras won the first leg by a score of 2-0. Now, they’ll look to continue their winning ways on Tuesday at 9 p.m.

Here’s how to watch Mexico vs. Honduras (CONCACAF Nations League)

What time will the match start? What TV channel will it be on? — Tuesday’s match will air at 9 p.m EST on TUDN for those with cable. It will also be streamed on Paramount+.

Live stream info — Paramount+ | fuboTV | DirecTV — Fans without cable can stream the match using fuboTV, DirecTV or Sling, as well as Paramount+. Subscriptions start at $5.99/month for Paramount+. Paramount+ offers a seven-day free trial to new users. DirecTV and FuboTV also offer free trials.


MIAMI (AP) — AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, will be the site of the CONCACAF Nations League semifinals on March 21 and the final three days later.

The stadium is among the sites of the 2026 World Cup and is under consideration for the final on July 19 of that year. The Nations League site was announced Monday by the governing body of soccer in North and Central America and the Caribbean.

The Nations League semifinals will involve the winners of the four quarterfinal series being played this week and next: United States vs. Trinidad and Tobago; Mexico vs. Honduras; Costa Rica vs. Panama; and Jamaica vs. Canada.

The U.S. won the first two editions of the Nations League, in 2021 at Denver and this June at Las Vegas.

The four quarterfinal winners also qualify for next year’s Copa America, the South American championship that will be played in the United States. The quarterfinal losers advance to a playoff for two Copa America berths, to be played on March 23 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.

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