that's interesting. I was looking at my guide, and it looks like TLN has one hour for Serie A on Saturday and Sunday evening (17:30 ET) so I am guessing those are highlight shows?FuboTV Canada just announced exclusive rights for Seire A and Coppa Italia. TLN will have the games in Italian,
TLN will have 3 games on weekends in Italian language (not available through RAI international).that's interesting. I was looking at my guide, and it looks like TLN has one hour for Serie A on Saturday and Sunday evening (17:30 ET) so I am guessing those are highlight shows?
It looks like Bein Sports Canada is showing Canadian PL now. Fubo has Bein Sports Canada live channel and now one soccer as it's mentioned above. For 8.99 per month (annual subscription required), not a bad deal.
I believe you meant TSN, not SN, did you not? The game that you watched last Sunday was an away game of Canada National Team. OneSoccer never holds that right. OneSoccer only owns the right of Canada's home games. As for outbidding OneSoccer, sure TSN may have the money. But is it worth it with the viewership that the team pulls?Great news.
I believe TSN is airing the USA/Canada game on sunday
SN must have paid an arm and a leg to get/share those rights with Onesoccer
Made no sense to lose the rights anyways. TSN and Sportsnet are run by multi-billion dollar companies. Are you telling me that couldn't outbid onesoccer.com.
I know that Canada's soccer program has been crap the last 35 years, but still.
Then you understood wrong.I'm pretty sure when one soccer won the rights to air Canada's Men games they won the rights to both home and road.