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|2019-07-12 03:24 PM|
Onesoccer is a new soccer streaming service mainly for Canadian Premier League but they are slowly adding more leagues:
- Canadian Premier League
- Canadian Championship
- Canada Women's and Men's national team home games
- Chinese Super League (CSL)
- Mexican League (Liga MX)
5.99 for one day, 9.99 Per month or 74.99 per year.
It looks like they have a lot of studio shows which is pretty cool.
|2019-06-09 09:19 AM|
Here is TSN's press release. I didn't post it earlier because I thought it was redundant. I don't think it answers your question exactly, but it sounds like there is more coming.
|2019-06-09 03:57 AM|
Is TSN going to show any Euro Qualification on TV in the future? Obviously not this week with the womens world cup on.
Or is this digital only
|2019-06-07 11:06 AM|
TSN just added the following competition schedule on their website:
- 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup
- 2019 Copa America
- 2020 UEFA Euro Qualification
Euro Qualification is only available on TSN.ca or App for this weekend.
|2019-06-07 10:41 AM|
Originally Posted by llamasmurf View Post
|2019-05-22 08:54 PM|
|Dr.Dave||CTV and TSN Announce FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP FRANCE 2019 Broadcast Schedule, Featuring Exclusive Live Coverage of Every Match, Kicking Off June 7|
|2019-05-22 06:07 PM|
^^^^^ Did exactly the same, The minute the final whistle was blown in the Premier League games, the monthly subscription was cancelled.
Now we're in the hands of DAZN for the next 3 years. At least, for now, it's a cheaper option than SportsnetWorld, and there is also more on offer.
|2019-05-14 07:44 PM|
|ottvee||I cancelled Sportsnet World yesterday. No point in paying $20/month anymore.|
|2019-05-13 08:32 PM|
Sportsnet signed off after 21 years of covering Premier League in Canada.
Saturday and Sunday mornings will not be the same anymore. Starting next year there will be a lot more 2:45 PM games on Saturdays.
|2019-04-24 07:55 PM|
FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy Tour Touches Down in Toronto with Fan Experience Event on Tuesday, April 30
Bell Media is the official Canadian media partner of this summer’s FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP FRANCE 2019, delivering every game of the tournament on CTV, TSN, and RDS beginning June 7.
|2019-04-19 11:33 PM|
Some corrections to the updated list:
Serie A should be DAZN/TLN, Bein lost rights to it last year and TLN picked up rights and shows a bunch of games each week.
Ligue 1 Bein should also be added as DAZN gets their rights from them.
|2019-04-19 06:19 PM|
CBC Sports and MEDIAPRO Canada announced today a partnership that will see live coverage of 20 games throughout the 2019 season of Canada’s new tier-one men’s professional soccer league, the Canadian Premier League (CPL), on CBC Sports platforms. CBC will be the exclusive television broadcast home for 10 Canadian Premier League games, offering 10 live key events throughout the season. An additional 10 games will be available via free live streaming coverage at cbcsports.ca, the CBC Gem streaming service, and via the CBC Sports app for iOS and Android devices. All games will be produced by MEDIAPRO.
See the press release for the full schedule which begins Saturday, April 27.
|2019-04-12 11:21 AM|
|fansportsf1||I’m 100% sure that TSN (Bell) has added those Impact’s games in response to Quebecor decision to illegally cut off TVA Sports’ signal to Bell TV customers.|
|2019-04-11 08:38 PM|
|Dr.Dave||MLS ON TSN Adds Additional Montreal Impact Games, April 13 and 20|
|2019-04-05 02:31 PM|
OneSoccer | Watch Live & On-Demand Canadian Soccer
All Canadian Premier League matches
All Canadian Championship matches
Women’s and men´s National Team home matches
And the best content surrounding the Canadian Premier League and all Canadian soccer.
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