La Cadena Deportiva

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La Cadena Deportiva
Launched November 1993
Closed 1996
Network Prime Network
Country United States
Language Spanish
Broadcast area Arizona, California, Nevada, Hawaii
Replaced by FOX Sports Americas

La Cadena Deportiva was a Spanish language regional sports network that served Arizona, California, Nevada, and Hawaii during the 1990s. Launched in November 1993, it was an affiliate of the Prime Network. The network had similar programming to Prime Ticket, featuring the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Kings, Anaheim Mighty Ducks, San Diego Padres, and the Pacific-10 Conference. It also featured additional soccer games not shown on Prime Ticket.

In 1995, it was replaced with La Cadena Deportiva Nacional, a national version of the network. A year later when Prime merged with Fox Sports, the network became FOX Sports Americas which is now known Fox Deportes.