How to watch and follow the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals

The CONCACAF Champions League will start back up next Tuesday in an MLS-vs-Liga MX donnybrook. All four quarterfinal matchups pit MLS clubs against Liga MX sides.

D.C. United and Queretaro will kick off the knockout rounds when they play at 8 pm ET in Mexico next Tuesday, with their match followed by the first leg of the Seattle Sounders-Club America series at 10 pm ET at CenturyLink Field. Real Salt Lake and Tigres UANL will square off in Monterrey on Wednesday night at 8 pm ET, followed by the LA Galaxy's home match against Santos Laguna at 10 pm ET.

The second legs of each series will be played the following week. CONCACAF Champions League schedule.

How to watch on TV or online

In the United States, FOX Sports has the English-language media rights. The first legs of the D.C., LA and Seattle series will air on FS1, while the RSL-Tigres first leg will be broadcast on FS2. E very match will be available digitally on the FOX Sports GO app and online at FOXSportsGO.com (blackouts may apply).

Spanish-language broadcasts in the US will air on Univision Deportes Network. Every match will also be available digitally on the Univision Deportes app and at Futbol.Univision.com.

In Canada, Sportsnet holds English-language broadcasting rights. All games will air live on Sportsnet family of networks. Streaming options are also available via the Sportsnet World Now app and Sportsnet World Online.

How to predict the winner

MLSsoccer.com has an exclusive CCL bracket challenge that lets you predict who will win each quarterfinal matchup and see what your fellow fans think. Check it out

How to follow on social media

One of the best ways to follow along with the tournament is through social media. Follow along with the tournaments official handle @TheChampions, the confederation's official handle @CONCACAF, Liga MX's handle @LIGABANCOMERMX and of course @MLS. You can also get involved in the conversation by using these hashtags: #SCCL, #CCL or #CCLFever.

You can also follow each club's official team handle, all of which can be find below.

Here's a starter list of people who'll help you keep up with the tournament, blow-by-blow. Give them a follow: