Where to Watch: 2022 broadcast schedule
TSN BROADCAST SCHEDULE
The CFL ON TSN panel, led by host Kate Beirness alongside CFL Hall of Famers Matt Dunigan and Milt Stegall, TSN Edge lead analyst Davis Sanchez, as well as special guest analysts throughout the season.
TSN’s broadcast team of play-by-play announcers including Rod Smith, Dustin Nielson, Marshall Ferguson, and Farhan Lalji, who are joined by game analysts Glen Suitor, Duane Forde, and Dunigan.
TSN Football Insider Dave Naylor and CFL Insider Lalji, who deliver news and break down all the hot-button issues from around the league. Matthew Scianitti keeps fans up-to-date on the latest news in the East Division, while Lalji and Sara Orlesky keep tabs on all news out of the West. Additional sideline reporting and team-by-team coverage from reporters Ryan Rishaug, John Lu, and Claire Hanna.
For a full listing of TSN Channels and how you can watch the game in your regions, click here.
RDS BROADCAST SCHEDULE
RDS, diffuseur francophone exclusif de la Ligue canadienne de football (LCF) et des Alouettes de Montréal, diffusera près d’une cinquantaine de matchs de la saison 2022.
En plus de présenter les 18 matchs des Alouettes de Montréal en saison régulière, RDS diffusera 13 rencontres du ROUGE et NOIR d’Ottawa ainsi qu’une quinzaine de matchs impliquant les autres équipes de la ligue. À cela s’ajoute la présentation de tous les matchs éliminatoires et de la 109e Coupe Grey, qui se déroulera le dimanche 20 novembre au Mosaic Stadium à Regina. Une émission d’avant-match de 30 minutes précédera chacune des parties des Alouettes.
L’équipe composée de David Arsenault, Pierre Vercheval, Matthieu Proulx, Bruno Heppell, Didier Orméjuste et Danny Desriveaux sera chargée de la description et de l’analyse de tous les matchs.
Enfin, tout au long de la saison, Alouettes Express proposera aux amateurs de voir le plus récent match des Alouettes en 60 minutes.
Pour consulter le calendrier de diffusion des matchs de la LCF sur RDS et RDS2, cliquez ici.
ESPN BROADCAST SCHEDULE
ESPN2, ESPNEWS and ESPN+ are set to deliver live coverage of the CFL’s complete 86-game schedule – from the season-opening kickoff to the final play of the 109th Grey Cup – to football fans across the United States.
For ESPN and ESPN+ schedule click here.
BT SPORT IN UK AND IRELAND
Viewers in the UK and Ireland will once again be able to follow the action on BT Sport.
BT Sport will broadcast CFL games live starting with the regular season opener on June 9.
BT Sport is available to more than 5 million homes across the United Kingdom and Ireland. Today’s news follows a multi-territory agreement between the CFL and ESPN Inc.
For a full listing of CFL games on BT Sport, click here.
CFL GAMES ON REGIONAL RADIO
Below is a list of CFL home radio partners that provide exclusive broadcasts of CFL games.
|WEST DIVISION||EAST DIVISION|
|BC Lions – AM 730||Hamilton Tiger-Cats – Ticats Audio Network|
|Edmonton Elks – 630 CHED||Toronto Argonauts – TSN 1050|
|Calgary Stampeders – 770 CHQR||Ottawa REDBLACKS – TSN 1200 in Ottawa and 104.7 FM in Gatineau|
|Saskatchewan Roughriders – 620 CKRM||Montreal Alouettes – TSN 690 and 98.5 FM|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers – 680 CJOB|
CFL GAMES ON SIRIUSXM
All 81 regular season contests, four playoff games and the 109th Grey Cup from Saskatchewan on Sunday, November 20, will be available live to listeners across North America.
Click here for a complete listing of broadcast games and SiriusXM Channels.
Visaic, the high-definition international streaming service, will feature TSN’s world-class production, and will reach all territories outside of TSN, RDS, ESPN and BT Sports coverage in Canada, the U.K., Ireland, the U.S. and its territories.
All-Access Pass for $99.99 is the ultimate package, including 85 regular season and post-season games, and the 109th Grey Cup championship. The Regular Season Pass for $79.99 allows fans to catch all 81 regular season games from the 2022 campaign. The Team Pass for $29.99 lets fans follow their favourite team through 18 regular season contests. The Game Pass for $4.99 allows fan to tune in for a single game at any point during the regular season. The Playoff Pass $6.99 allows fans to take in one game along the final stretch as teams battle to the tops of the East and West Divisions. And the Grey Cup Championship Pass for $7.99 allows fans to enjoy the unforgettable spectacle and celebration as one team is crowned 109th Grey Cup champions.
For more information on international streaming of CFL games, click here.