WHERE TO FIND THE CFL IN 2019

WHERE TO FIND THE CFL IN 2019

All the ways to tune into the CFL for the 2019 season

TORONTO (June 13, 2019) – The 2019 Canadian Football League (CFL) season kicks off tonight when the Hamilton Tiger-Cats play host to the Saskatchewan Roughriders at Tim Hortons Field. All CFL regular season, playoff games as well as the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw, will air on TSN. TSN’s exclusive coverage of the 2019 seasons features 81 regular season games, all four divisional playoff matchups and the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw – live from McMahon Stadium in Calgary on Sunday, November 24th.

TSN’s broadcasts are available for live streaming and on-demand viewing to TSN and TSN Direct subscribers via TSN.ca/Live and the TSN app. RDS delivers French-language coverage of close to 50 regular season CFL games, including all 18 Montréal Alouettes games, plus the complete CFL playoffs including the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw, with live streaming and on-demand viewing for RDS and RDS Direct subscribers via RDS.ca and the RDS app.

For viewers in the U.S., ESPN networks and ESPN+ will combine to present every Canadian Football League (CFL) game live in 2019 as part of a new, multi-year, exclusive U.S. rights agreement. Opening week kicks off with the Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on ESPN+ and also features a trio of games on ESPN’s linear networks. Fans in the U.S. can subscribe to ESPN+ for just $4.99 a month from within the ESPN app or on ESPN.com to get all of the CFL action and thousands more live sports events, original shows and documentaries.

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 now stream CFL Game Pass and have access to all games this season. CFL Game Pass allows fans three different packages; a season pass for $79.99 USD which includes playoffs and Grey Cup, A team pass for $36.99 USD which allows you to watch your favourite teams games or a single game pass which allows you to watch a game for $2.99 USD. For CFL kickoff, all Week 1 games are free to watch by registering here.  

In Mexico, MVS will carry CFL 'Game of the Week' throughout the season as well as playoffs and Grey Cup. For the schedule, click here.

Every game, including the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw in Edmonton, and featuring the SiriusXM Kick-Off Show, will be available live to SiriusXM subscribers via satellite and streaming on Canada Talks (ch. 167). French language broadcasts of Montréal Alouette 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 CHQR

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

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Lucas Barrett Manager, Communications & Public Affairs, Canadian Football League
Lucas Barrett Manager, Communications & Public Affairs, Canadian Football League
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The 2019 regular season has paved the way to the playoffs and the 107th Grey Cup presented by Shaw. The CFL’s championship game will be played at McMahon Stadium in Calgary on Sunday, November 24. Tune in from around the world or join us at a game. To stay up to date with news, analysis and more from around the league, visit CFL.ca

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