MLS announces Canadian TV broadcast details for 2023

Major League Soccer has announced details for next season’s MLS Canadian TV.

Both Sports Network (TSN) and Reseau des sports (RDS) will feature a number of top-flight MLS matches throughout their 2023 campaigns.

Two Canadian networks share MLS workload

TSN will broadcast MLS matches featuring Canadian clubs in English. Meanwhile, RDS will air these handpicked games in French.

The North Border Channel broadcasts at least one league game each week. These he two networks regularly feature Canadian clubs as well as select American team matches.

Select playoffs and cup games also in Canada

In addition to MLS regular season games, playoff games, MLS Cup and League Cup games are also available on TSN/RDS.

Eight playoff and MLS Cup games are currently scheduled to air on Canadian networks. TSN will also broadcast his 16 League Cup matches throughout 2023. RDS will also be broadcasting his seven of those matches.

In addition to select games available on TSN and RDS, Canadian football fans can watch every game with the MLS Season Pass.

Apple TV previously announced a 10-year partnership with MLS to stream every top-flight game. The MLS Season Pass, found in the Apple TV app, can be accessed for $14.99/month (or $99/year).

Major League Soccer Guide

Here are some resources to help you get the most out of your MLS Season Pass.

MLS Canadian TV: Trio of Canadian MLS teams

MLS currently has three Canadian teams in the top flight. Toronto FC was the first Canadian club to enter the league in 2007.

The Vancouver Whitecaps followed suit four years later. Finally, Montreal CF moved from the NASL to the MLS in 2012.

All three Canadian clubs will begin the 2023 MLS season on Saturday, February 25. Toronto FC kicks off the slate against DC United at 7:30 PM ET on TSN. CF Montreal also played Inter Miami at the same time, and the game he can watch on both TSN and RDS.

Vancouver will then host Real Salt Lake on TSN and RDS2 at 10:30 p.m. ET to cap off a day full of MLS matches.

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