All CFL regular season and playoff games, as well as the 106th Grey Cup presented by Shaw, will air on TSN. TSN’s exclusive live coverage of the 2018 season features, all 81 regular season games, all four divisional playoff matchups, and the 106th Grey Cup presented by Shaw – live from Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton on Sunday, November 25th.
TSN’s broadcast is available for live streaming and on-demand viewing to TSN subscribers via TSN.ca/Live and the TSN app as well as TSN Direct. RDS delivers French-language coverage of more than 50 regular season CFL games, including all 18 Montreal Alouettes games, plus the complete CFL playoffs including the 106th Grey Cup presented by Shaw.
The season opener as well as the entire Week 1 action will be available to American viewers on ESPN2, with 22 CFL games airing on ESPN television networks and an additional 68 games available for streaming in the United States on ESPN+. ESPN International and its affiliated networks also distribute CFL games internationally to more than 47 million households and 74 countries. Viewers in the UK and Ireland will once again be able to follow the action on BT Sport. International viewers outside of TSN/RDS/ESPN/BT Sport territories can purchase streaming packages through Yare Media to follow the entire 2018 CFL season.
Every game, right through the 106th Grey Cup presented by Shaw in Edmonton, and featuring the SiriusXM Kick-Off Show, will be available live to SiriusXM satellite and streaming subscribers on Canada Talks (ch. 167). French-language broadcasts of Montréal Alouettes and Ottawa REDBLACKS games can be heard on Influence Franco (ch. 174). Play-by-play is also available from the local radio partners listed below:
BC: TSN 1040
Edmonton: 630 CHED
Calgary: Newstalk 770 AM
Saskatchewan: CKRM 620
Winnipeg: 680 CJOB
Hamilton: TSN 1150
Toronto: TSN 1050
Ottawa: TSN 1200 in Ottawa and 104.7 FM in Gatineau
Montreal: TSN 690 and 98.5 FM