WAYS TO CONSUME CFL DIVISION FINALS ON SUNDAY

WAYS TO CONSUME CFL DIVISION FINALS ON SUNDAY

Fans in over 150 countries will be able to watch and discover who will compete in the 106th Grey Cup presented by Shaw in Edmonton

Friday, November 16, 2018 — TORONTO – This Sunday the two competing teams in the 106th Grey Cup presented by Shaw will be decided following the Eastern and Western Finals. The action begins at 1 p.m. ET when the Ottawa REDBLACKS host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at TD Place and continues with the Western Final when the Winnipeg Blue Bombers take on the Calgary Stampeders at McMahon Stadium at 4:30 p.m. ET.

TSN kicks off live coverage with a 60-minute pre-game show on Sunday, November 18 at 12 noon ET on TSN1, TSN4 and TSN5, and primes fans for the Western Final: Winnipeg at Calgary with a 30-minute pre-game show beginning at 4 p.m. ET, also on TSN1, TSN4 and TSN5. TSN subscribers can also access live streaming and on-demand viewing of the Eastern and Western Finals on TSN.ca/Live and the TSN app.

There are several ways for fans across the globe to tune in to the Division Finals this Sunday. Fans can tune in on TSN and RDS in Canada, ESPNEWS in the United States, and BT Sport ESPN in the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland. CFL playoff games will also be available in Brazil (on both WatchESPN and ESPN Play), in the Pacific Rim region (WatchESPN) and throughout the Caribbean and Spanish-Speaking Latin America (ESPN Play). The Division Final games are also available via online stream outside ESPN markets in almost every major country, for $23.99. Pricing details for CFL International Streaming are below:

$5.99 USD for a single playoff game (excluding Grey Cup)
$23.99 USD package for all playoff games and Grey Cup (25% off)
$7.99 USD for Grey Cup Game

For additional information on CFL international streaming, click here.

Every English broadcast of every playoff game and the Grey Cup will be on Canada Talks (SiriusXM 167), and Ottawa French broadcasts will be on Influence Franco (SiriusXM 174).

EASTERN FINAL
Sunday, November 18 at 1:00 p.m. ET
Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Ottawa REDBLACKS
Pre-game coverage beginning at 12 noon ET on TSN1, TSN4 and TSN5

Canadian Television

TSN1, TSN4 and TSN5
RDS

International Television

ESPNEWS
BT Sport ESPN

Streaming

TSN.ca and the TSN app for TSN and TSN Direct subscribers, RDS.ca and the RDS app for RDS and RDS Direct subscribers, ESPN App and CFL International Streaming

Radio

Hamilton Team Radio: TSN 1150 

Ottawa Team Radio: TSN 1200 and in French on Outaouais 104.7 

SiriusXM Radio: Canada Talks (SiriusXM 167) and in French on Influence Franco (SiriusXM 174)

 

CFL.ca Content

 

WESTERN FINAL
Sunday, November 18 at 4:30 p.m. ET
Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Calgary Stampeders
Pre-game coverage beginning at 4 p.m. ET on TSN1, TSN4 and TSN5

Canadian Television

TSN1, TSN4 and TSN5
RDS

International Television

ESPNEWS
BT Sport ESPN

Streaming

TSN.ca and the TSN app for TSN and TSN Direct subscribers, RDS.ca and the RDS app for RDS and RDS Direct subscribers, ESPN App and CFL International Streaming

Radio

Winnipeg Team Radio: 680 CJOB

Calgary Team Radio: News Talk 770

SiriusXM Radio: Canada Talks (SiriusXM 167)

CFL.ca Content

The 106th Grey Cup will be played at The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium on November 25th, 2018 – the fifth CFL championship game held in Edmonton. The game is set to kick off at 6 p.m. ET live on TSN and RDS. Limited tickets are available for the 106th Grey Cup; to purchase tickets click here.

The 2018 Grey Cup Festival presented by Shaw will take place in the heart of downtown Edmonton - Jasper Avenue from 99th Street to 96th Street - from November 21-25. Kicking off on the evening of Wednesday, November 21, the four-day Festival will feature free programming for the entire family to enjoy in the week leading up to the 106th Grey Cup Presented by Shaw. Fans can visit http://www.greycupfestival.ca for a full schedule of events listing.

Lucas Barrett Manager, Communications & Public Affairs at Canadian Football League