Where to Watch: 2016 Broadcast Information
REGULAR SEASON BROADCAST:
CFL on TSN kicks off the 2016 season on June 23rd in Toronto and will take fans through all 81 games, CFL Playoffs and the 104th Grey Cup presented by Shaw. TSN will also broadcast select pre-season games.
For a detailed list of which games will air on which TSN channel, please click here
The Canadian Football League will also have an extensive international broadcast schedule that can be seen below.
RDS BROADCAST SCHEDULE
Note: The full list of CFL games broadcast on RDS will be announced shortly. Please check back in the coming weeks.
RDS will feature 50 CFL games in 2016. Including all 18 Montreal Alouettes games and 12 Ottawa REDBLACKS games. Both the CFL Playoffs and the 104th Grey Cup presented by Shaw will be broadcast on RDS.
For a full list of games aired on RDS, please click here
INTERNATIONAL BROADCAST SCHEDULE
Through a multi-year agreement with the CFL, ESPN television networks and ESPN3 have exclusive rights to present all regular season and postseason CFL games in the United States, including the Eastern and Western Semi-Finals and Finals and the 104th Grey Cup presented by Shaw.
ESPN3 is ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network, a destination that delivers thousands of exclusive sports events annually. It is accessible on computers, smartphones, tablets and connected devices through WatchESPN. The network is currently available nationwide at no additional cost to fans who receive their high-speed Internet connection or video subscription from an affiliated service provider. It is also available at no cost to U.S. college students and U.S.-based military personnel via computers, smartphones and tablets connected to on-campus educational and on-base military broadband and Wi-Fi networks.
All regular season and post-season games will be broadcast on ESPN3 with selected games on ESPN2 or ESPN News.
For a full list of games aired on ESPN2 or ESPN News, please click here
CFL games available on BT Sports in UK and Ireland
BT Sport will broadcast CFL games live starting with the season opener at BMO Field between the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Toronto Argonauts on Thursday, June 23. BT Sport will carry all four games in Week 1 of the CFL’s 2016 season. In addition, BT Sport will also broadcast CFL games on delay.
For a complete schedule of BT Sports broadcasts, please click here
All CFL pre-season, regular season and playoff games will be available on Sirius XM. For a complete list of stations to tune in, please click here.
Below is a list of CFL home radio partners that provide exclusive broadcasts of CFL games.
|West Division||East Division|
|BC Lions – TSN 1040/1410||Toronto Argonauts – TSN1050|
|Edmonton Eskimos – 630 CHED||Hamilton Tiger-Cats – TSN 1150|
|Calgary Stampeders – News Talk 770||Montreal Alouettes – TSN 690, 800 CJAD, 98,5 FM|
|Saskatchewan Roughriders – 620 CKRM||Ottawa REDBLACKS – TSN 1200|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers – 680 CJOB|