Where to Watch: 2024 CFL Broadcast Information

The CFL is hitting the airwaves like never before, and fans throughout Canada, across the United States, and around the world are invited to tune in. What follows is an overview of the CFL’s 2024 broadcast offering.



The CFL ON TSN will provide its award-winning, wall-to-wall coverage for the 2024 season. Canada’s sports leader will be with you from the June 6 season opener in Winnipeg between the Blue Bombers and the Montreal Alouettes at Princess Auto Stadium, all the way through to the presentation of the 111th Grey Cup in Vancouver on November 17, 2024.

Throughout the season, CFL ON TSN’s extensive coverage is led by the network’s acclaimed broadcast team, including:

  • The CFL ON TSN panel, led by host Kate Beirness alongside Canadian Football Hall of Famers Matt Dunigan and Milt Stegall, sports betting lead analyst Davis Sanchez, veteran CFL head coaches Jim Barker and Paul LaPolice, and the 2022 GREY CUP Most Outstanding Player and Most Outstanding Canadian Henoc Muamba.
  • TSN’s all-star broadcast team of play-by-play announcers and game analysts, including Rod Smith, Dustin Nielson, Marshall Ferguson, Glen Suitor, Duane Forde, Farhan Lalji, and Dunigan.
  • TSN Football Insiders Dave Naylor and Lalji deliver news and analysis from around the league. Reporters Matthew Scianitti, Claire Hanna, and Kenzie Lalonde keep fans up-to-date on the latest news in the East Division, while Lalji, Ryan Rishaug, Brit Dort, and John Lu focus on the West Division

For a full listing of TSN Channels and how you can watch the game in your regions, click here.


RDS, diffuseur francophone exclusif de la LCF et des Alouettes de Montréal, diffusera près d’une cinquantaine de matchs de la saison 2024. En plus de présenter les 18 matchs des Alouettes de Montréal en saison régulière, RDS diffusera 14 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 111e Coupe Grey, qui se déroulera le dimanche 17 novembre au BC Place de Vancouver. 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.

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.


New this season, the CFL comes to CTV this fall, with exclusive 3:00 p.m. ET Saturday games beginning Saturday, Sept. 7. CTV also joins the CFL ON TSN to showcase afternoon playoff matchups, and the networks combine to deliver Canada’s biggest single-day sporting event – the 111th GREY CUP, live from BC Place in Vancouver on Sunday, Nov. 17.

For the entire CFL broadcast schedule on TSN, RDS, CTV, CBS Sports Network and CFL+, click here.


The 2024 CFL season will reach more American and international fans through CBS Sports Network and the league’s free, online live streaming platform – CFL+.

CBS Sports Network will exclusively carry 34 games for American audiences including the season kickoff on Thursday, June 6, featuring Montreal and Winnipeg. It will also be home to nearly every weekend game from June until OK Tire Labour Day Weekend, with 23-out-of-26 possible Saturday/Sunday contests. CBS Sports will also carry the Labour Day Classics on Monday, September 2, with the Toronto Argonauts taking on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Edmonton Elks matching up against the Calgary Stampeders, and the Thanksgiving Classic on Monday, October 14, with the Ottawa REDBLACKS facing Montreal.

CFL+ will broadcast the remaining 47 regular season games, including Touchdown Pacific and the Fourth of July contest between the Argonauts and Roughriders, as well as the Grey Cup Playoffs and the 111th Grey Cup championship for American audiences. New this season, every game carried on CFL+ will be available on-demand for 48 hours with full DVR functionality after the final whistle, providing viewers from around the world with an extended window to tune into CFL action. The platform has also been upgraded for compatibility with Apple AirPlay to facilitate casting onto smart TVs more easily.

Viewers outside of North America will have access to the entirety of the 2024 season via CFL+.

For the entire CFL broadcast schedule on TSN, RDS, CTV, CBS Sports Network and CFL+, click here.


Below is a list of CFL home radio partners that provide exclusive broadcasts of CFL games.

BC Lions – 980 CKNW and Sher-E-Punjab Radio AM 600 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


All 81 regular season contests, four playoff games and the 111th Grey Cup from Vancouver on Sunday, November 17, will be available live to listeners across North America.

For a complete listing of broadcast games and SiriusXM Channels, click here.