Sports broadcasting contracts in Canada
This article refers to Sports broadcasting contracts in Canada. For broadcasting rights lists of other countries, see Sports television broadcast contracts.
Major League Baseball
- Sportsnet, as its parent company Rogers Communications is the owner of its sole Canadian franchise, the Toronto Blue Jays, holds national rights to Major League Baseball in Canada, including assorted games from U.S. regional sports networks, the MLB All-Star Game, and the postseason (although coverage of the latter two are relegated to MLB's U.S. broadcast partners, and MLB International). Games air across Sportsnet and its sister national services Sportsnet One and Sportsnet 360. Select Blue Jays and other U.S. teams' games can be broadcast on TVA Sports (Sportsnet's French-language partner).
- Rights to ESPN's Monday Night Baseball, Wednesday Night Baseball, and Sunday Night Baseball are held by TSN and RDS (French)
- In French, postseason games are equally split between RDS and TVA Sports. The World Series is on RDS.
- Games available on U.S. over-the-air channels available in Canada on cable or satellite, such as national games on Fox, and local coverage on superstations such as WPIX (New York Yankees and New York Mets, occasionally via Buffalo and/or Rochester network affiliates as well), KTLA-TV (selected Los Angeles Dodgers games). MLB Network is also available on some providers.
- The MLB Extra Innings subscription package is available through most Canadian television providers, as well as MLB.tv.
National Basketball Association
The NBA's Canadian marketing arm is managed by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, parent company of the Toronto Raptors. In turn, MLSE is majority-owned by Bell Canada and Rogers Communications; as such, coverage is mostly shared between their co-owned TSN and Sportsnet networks, along with the MLSE-owned NBA TV Canada. Toronto Raptors games are primarily aired by TSN, TSN2 and RDS, with selected games airing on Sportsnet, Sportsnet One, or Sportsnet 360. Ancillary Raptors content, including game encores, air on NBA TV Canada.
All broadcasters air assorted non-Raptors games throughout the season (TSN promoted that it would air 148 regular-season games in total during the 2017-18 season); NBA TV Canada typically airs selected games and simulcasts of games from U.S. broadcasters (most often from its U.S. counterpart). All remaining games are available through the NBA League Pass out-of-market sports package.
U.S. college basketball
TSN owns the Canadian broadcast rights to the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament through a deal with ESPN International. CBS coverage of the tournament is also available in Canada. TSN also simulcast regular-season games from ESPN.
Coverage of games is also available from U.S. networks carried in Canada, such as Big Ten Network and CBS Sports Network, along with broadcast network coverage or syndicated packages. An out-of-market sports package offered by some providers includes other games from U.S. outlets that are not otherwise available in Canada.
Asian Television Network owns the vast majority of Canadian cricket rights, with marquee events typically airing live on CBN, and selected events and other programming airing on ATN Cricket Plus. ATN also owns the rights to the ICC Cricket World Cup, this tournament is broadcast on pay-per-view throughout Canada.
- ICC Cricket World Cup: ATN, Hotstar
- ACC Asia Cup: Hotstar
- India home matches: Hotstar
- England home matches: DAZN
- Pakistan home matches: TBA
- Sri Lanka home matches: DAZN
- West Indies home matches: TBA
- Australia home matches: CBN & ATN Cricket Plus
- New Zealand home matches: CBN & ATN Cricket Plus
- Bangladesh home matches: WillowTV
- South Africa home matches: WillowTV
- Zimbabwe home matches: WillowTV
- Indian Premier League: Hotstar
- Global T20 Canada: CBN, TSN
- Big Bash League: CBN
- Royal London One-Day Cup: DAZN (final only)
- Caribbean Premier League T20: DAZN (2018-2021)
- Pakistan Super League: Willow TV
- Curling Canada:
- European Curling Championships: TSN
- Grand Slam of Curling: Sportsnet, CBC
- Provincial championships:
- Tour de France, Vuelta a Espana & other ASO races: FloSports
- Giro d'Italia and other RCS races: FuboTV and FloSports
- Tour Down Under: Sportsnet (highlights)
- Tour of Basque Country: DAZN
- X Games: TSN
Canadian Football League
- TSN – all games including playoffs and Grey Cup
- RDS – all Montreal and Ottawa games, as well as select additional games throughout the season, the playoffs and the Grey Cup.
National Football League
Contracts are current as of the 2019 NFL season.
- CTV – Sunday afternoon games in both the "early" (1:00 pm ET) and "late" (4:05 / 4:25 pm ET) windows, most playoff games, and the Super Bowl.
- TSN – Sunday afternoon games in both the "early" (1:00 pm ET) and "late" (4:05 / 4:25 pm ET). Airs all primetime game packages, including Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, and Thursday Night Football. Additional Sunday afternoon games, and playoff games interfering with other major events carried on CTV, may air on one or more of the TSN feeds. Through its relationship with the network, TSN also carries ESPN's NFL studio programming, including NFL Live, Sunday NFL Countdown, and Monday Night Countdown.
- CTV2 simulcasts Sunday Night Football and Thursday Night Football games with TSN.
- RDS / RDS2 – French-language coverage.
- DAZN – NFL Game Pass and streaming of all games as part of its overall service, also including NFL Network, NFL RedZone, and additional archive content. DAZN also distributes the NFL Sunday Ticket service in Canada; while DAZN initially planned to only distribute a digital out-of-market product in Canada, the company backtracked and revived Sunday Ticket following user complaints over the quality of its streams.
Due to Canadian regulations that permit stations from different areas to be carried in the same market, several games may be available in each of the Sunday timeslots through a combination of domestic and American stations from different areas, without a subscription to Sunday Ticket. By contrast, outside a handful of areas where multiple neighbouring network affiliates are available, no more than three games may be aired in a given U.S. market on any Sunday afternoon (up to four games in week 17).
Canadian university football
As of 2019, CBC Sports and TVA Sports broadcasts the national U Sports playoff games, namely the Mitchell Bowl, the Uteck Bowl, and the Vanier Cup, succeeding Sportsnet (who aired it from 2013 to 2018).
TVA Sports carries many QSSF games. In 2016, Sportsnet's sister broadcast network City began broadcasting a four-game U Sports Game of the Week package. Games not covered by these contracts are often carried by local cable community channels.
In 2015, Global aired a Hardy Trophy semi-final and championship game as part of the Shaw TV (Shaw Cable) Canada West conference package (at the time, Shaw directly owned Global). As of the 2017-18 season, Canada West conference rights are held by the three major IPTV providers in Central Canada—Bell MTS Fibe TV, SaskTel MaxTV and Telus TV (including a regular season package and playoff coverage).
U.S. college football
Many ESPN College Football games are aired by TSN's feeds, including the regular season and most bowl games (which were, in the past, shared with Sportsnet 360, and not withstanding conflicts with other programming such as the World Junior Hockey Championship), and all College Football Playoff bowls. TSN also carries College GameDay.
Coverage of games is also available from U.S. networks carried in Canada, such as NFL Network (Conference USA), Big Ten Network (Big Ten Conference) and CBS Sports Network (Conference USA, Mountain West Conference, Arizona Bowl, and Cure Bowl), along with broadcast network coverage. An out-of-market sports package offered by some providers includes other games from U.S. outlets that are not otherwise available in Canada (such as Fox Sports Networks, and ESPN games not picked up by the TSN channels). FloSports carries some Fox College Football broadcasts, while DAZN carries content from Pac-12 Network.
- TSN and RDS holds rights to all four of the Men's major golf championships—the Masters Tournament, the U.S. Open and other USGA tournaments, the Open Championship (weekend rounds), and the PGA Championship. TSN also carries the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship and Latin America Amateur Championship, which are sub-licensed from ESPN.
- Golf Channel is available on Canadian television providers, and the majority of its programming, including early-round coverage of PGA Tour events and the Open Championship, the European Tour, and LPGA, is carried in the country without blackouts.
- TSN and CTV 2 carry weekend round coverage of selected PGA Tour events.
- CHCH will carry 16 PGA events weekend coverage including 2 WGC events.
- RDS carries live coverage of PGA Tour events carried by U.S. network television (weekend rounds).
- The streaming service GolfTV launched in Canada in 2019, as part of Discovery Inc.'s new international rights deal with the PGA Tour. It carries streaming coverage of all PGA Tour events (including early-window PGA Tour Live blocks) and other ancillary content.
National Hockey League
Rogers Communications is the sole national rightsholder of the NHL in Canada as of the 2014–15 NHL season. Most national telecasts air on Sportsnet properties, and include, but are not limited to:
- Hockey Night in Canada:Exclusive national window for Canadian teams on Saturday nights, multiple games airing across CBC Television, City, and Sportsnet channels.
- In rare circumstances, due to non-hockey programming conflicts, the Sportsnet regional channels may air different games. However, all four Sportsnet regional channels are available nationwide through the digital services of most providers.
- Scotiabank Wednesday Night Hockey; Exclusive national Wednesday-night game on Sportsnet.
- Rogers Hometown Hockey: National Sunday-night game on Sportsnet, with a travelling pre-game show broadcast from various Canadian cities.
- Simulcasts of all-U.S. games from regional sports networks and NHL on NBC coverage (primarily on Thursday nights), including NBC's Sunday-afternoon games and the Winter Classic.
- Stanley Cup Playoffs coverage; early rounds divided between CBC and Sportsnet. All games from the conference finals onward are simulcast by both networks.
- Canadian distribution and marketing rights to the NHL.tv (Rogers NHL Live) and NHL Centre Ice services, which carries out-of-market games and U.S. nationally televised games not aired by Sportsnet channels.
- Hockey Night in Canada: Punjabi Edition: Coverage of selected Hockey Night in Canada games with Punjabi language commentary on Omni Television.
- Since 2019, the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) simulcasts selected Hometown Hockey games with commentary in the Plains Cree language.
French-language rights were sub-licensed to Quebecor Media; all coverage airs on TVA Sports. La super soirée LNH serves as the flagship broadcast on Saturday nights, typically featuring the Montreal Canadiens.
Canadian teams also contract with local or regional broadcasters for selected pre-season and regular season games not covered by the national contracts. These deals are separate from the national rights deal, and may cover up to 60 regular-season games per season. Rights are current as of the 2020–21 NHL season.
- Vancouver Canucks: Sportsnet Pacific
- Edmonton Oilers: TBD
- Calgary Flames: TBD
- Winnipeg Jets: TSN3
- Toronto Maple Leafs: Sportsnet Ontario (16 games), TSN4 (26 games) (English)
- Rights to the Maple Leafs' regional telecasts are divided equally between TSN and Sportsnet (whose parent companies own a joint majority stake in the team's parent company). Of Sportsnet's 26 regional Leafs games, ten are broadcast nationally in conjunction with Rogers' national NHL rights, with Molson Canadian as presenting sponsor.
- The team-owned Leafs Nation Network airs replays and other ancillary coverage of the team.
- Ottawa Senators: TSN5 and RDS/RDS2
- Montreal Canadiens: TSN2 and RDS
Each team's regional game broadcasts are restricted to viewers of that team's designated home broadcast region as assigned by the NHL. Outside said region, these broadcasts are made available exclusively through NHL Centre Ice (TV) or Rogers NHL Live (streaming). If the originating channel is available outside a team's region (e.g. out-of-market Sportsnet feeds), the game broadcasts must be blacked out in these other areas. Sportsnet also operates part-time channels for the Canucks, Flames, and Oilers in case of scheduling conflicts: these channels are tied to the Sportsnet One licence. During the period that it held the rights, Sportsnet used City station CJNT as the overflow channel for Canadiens games instead.
Under previous (2002–14) rights deals with RDS, the Canadiens forwent a separate regional rights contract (at the time of its establishment, RDS was the only national French-language sports channel in Canada) and allowed all of its games to be broadcast nationally in French in conjunction with RDS's package. With the transition to TVA Sports as national rightsholder, the Canadiens chose to negotiate a 12-year regional rights deal with RDS (the team is partially owned by the channel's parent BCE Inc.) in the team's designated broadcast region.
U.S. teams in close proximity to the Canada–US border are now also able to sell Canadian regional broadcast rights to their games. As of the 2013–14 season, Bell Satellite TV and Bell Fibe TV own regional rights to Buffalo Sabres broadcasts for portions of Canada within a 50-mile radius of First Niagara Center, approximately stretching from Niagara Falls to the community of Stoney Creek in Hamilton. Sabres game broadcasts are available to Bell TV subscribers in this region at no extra cost, and moreover are no longer available as part of the NHL Centre Ice package through other providers serving this region. The Detroit Red Wings, whose market borders on Windsor, Ontario, is presumably able to sell similar rights but has not yet done so.
Canadian Hockey League
Sportsnet and TVA Sports airs the Memorial Cup tournament and selected other games from across the CHL's member leagues, primarily on Saturday afternoons (CHL Saturday Showcase). Many regular-season games are aired locally by the applicable cable community channels.
- TSN and RDS holds broadcast rights to national championships and most international events sanctioned by Hockey Canada, including but not limited to IIHF world championships, the Telus Cup (men's U18), Centennial Cup (men's junior A), Esso Cup (women's U18) and the Allan Cup (senior). In 2020, TSN renewed its rights through the 2033-34 season.
- Spengler Cup: TSN
- Champions Hockey League: TSN
- American Hockey League: Toronto Marlies games are carried by Leafs Nation Network, and occasionally simulcast by TSN networks. Sportsnet has historically broadcast the AHL All-Star Classic.
- U.S. triple crown (Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes): TSN
- Canadian triple crown (Queen's Plate, Prince of Wales Stakes, Breeders' Stakes): TSN
- Breeders' Cup: TSN
- Pegasus World Cup: TSN
- North America Cup: TSN
- Yearling Sales Night: TSN
- Woodbine Mile: TSN
- Natalma Stakes: TSN
- Canadian International Stakes: TSN
- Breeders Crown: TSN
Mixed martial arts
- Ultimate Fighting Championship: TSN and RDS
- ONE Championship: FITE TV
- Bellator: DAZN, Paramount Network
- Combate Americas: DAZN
- Professional Fighters League: TSN
- Cage Warriors: UFC Fight Pass
- BKFC: DAZN
- Formula One: TSN (Sky F1's coverage), RDS, F1 TV Pro
- WRC: Red Bull TV & WRC+
- WEC: Motor Trend OnDemand, Discovery Velocity, FIAWEC.com
- WTCR: FIA WTCR's Facebook Page (Practices), Motor Trend OnDemand (Qualifyings & Races)
- World RX: RDS (Live/SDD), FloRacing (Highlights)
- ABB Formula E: FOX Sports Racing, TSN & RDS
- TSN and RDS hold rights to the NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series. It also airs coverage of NASCAR's Canadian circuit, the NASCAR Pinty's Series (with coverage usually aired in a pre-recorded format).
- Fox Sports Racing generally carries practice and qualifying sessions (simulcast from FS! or FS2 for events during Fox's half of the season. It also carries all NASCAR Truck Series races.
- ARCA Menards Series: Fox Sports Racing, MAVTV Canada
- IndyCar Series: Sportsnet; all races except for the Indianapolis 500 and Honda Indy Toronto on Sportsnet World and Sportsnet Now+.
International Motor Sports Association
- WeatherTech SportsCar Championship: Discovery Velocity (Live), TSN (highlights)
- Ultra 94 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada by Yokohama: TSN, RDS2 (Highlights)
- 2020 Summer Olympics: CBC and Radio-Canada
- Coverage also simulcast on Sportsnet, TSN, and TVA Sports networks.
- Canada Summer Games: TSN and RDS
- Invictus Games: TSN
- Commonwealth Games: DAZN
- WWE: Sportsnet 360 carries Raw and SmackDown live, NXT (tape-delayed and aired in an hour-long format on Fridays prior to SmackDown) and other ancillary programming (including WWE Vintage Collection and WWE Main Event). Rogers Media handles Canadian distribution of WWE Network.
- All Elite Wrestling: TSN
- Impact Wrestling: Fight Network, GameTV, Game+
- Ring of Honor: FiteTV, Honor Club (also available via Sinclair Broadcast Group-owned network affiliates carried in Canada, such as KOMO-TV)
- Lucha Underground: TLN
- Rugby World Cup: TSN and RDS
- The Rugby Championship: TSN
- Americas Rugby Championship: TSN
- Six Nations Championship: DAZN
- Rugby Europe Championship: FloSports
- Pacific Nations Cup: TSN
- World Rugby Sevens Series: CBC Sports
- Super Rugby: TSN
- Aviva Premiership: Sportsnet World
- Pro14: DAZN
- Top14: Canal+ International
- European Rugby Champions Cup: DAZN
- European Rugby Challenge Cup: DAZN
- Major League Rugby: TSN (Toronto Arrows)
- National Rugby League: Sportsnet World
- Super League: Sportsnet World
- Toronto Wolfpack: Sportsnet World
Major League Soccer
TSN is the English-language rightsholder of Major League Soccer in Canada, under a contract most recently extended in 2017 to 2021. The deal includes a national window on Fridays and Saturdays, and selected Saturday games simulcast on CTV. Through separate rights deals negotiated with individual teams, TSN also holds rights to all Toronto FC and Vancouver Whitecaps FC matches (there are no regional blackouts on these games, meaning that these games air nationally as well). All other matches are available on the streaming service DAZN.
North American/Canadian Soccer
- CONCACAF Gold Cup: OneSoccer
- CONCACAF Champions League: TSN and RDS
- CONCACAF League: TSN (Canadian teams), CONCACAF GO (rest of matches)
- CONCACAF Nations League: OneSoccer
- Leagues Cup: TSN and TVA Sports
- Campeones Cup: TSN and TVA Sports
- Canadian Soccer Association-organized events, including national-team FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: TSN (English) and RDS (French)
- Canadian Premier League: OneSoccer, CBC Sports (20 matches, half on television, half on streaming)
- Canadian Championship: OneSoccer
- Canadian Soccer League: selected games air regionally on Rogers TV
- Liga MX: OneSoccer (two matches per week)
- National Premier League: OneSoccer, Island Sports Network
South American Soccer
- Copa America: TSN
- Copa Libertadores: beIN Sports
- Copa Sudamericana: beIN Sports
- Recopa Sudamericana: beIN Sports
- Argentine Primera División: Fanatiz
- Argentine Primera B: Fanatiz
- Campeonato Brasileiro Série A: Fanatiz
- Campeonato Brasileiro Série B: Fanatiz
- Bolivian Primera División: Fanatiz
- Colombian Liga Águila: Fanatiz
- Chilean Primera División:
- Ecuadorian Serie A: GolTV Play
- Peruvian Liga 1: GolTV Play, Fanatiz
- Uruguayan Primera División: GolTV Play
- Venezuelan Primera División: GolTV Play
- Copa Argentina: Fanatiz
- Copa Aguila: Fanatiz
- FIFA tournament broadcast rights are held by Bell Media through 2026. The FIFA World Cup and Women's World Cup are split between CTV and TSN, with RDS carrying French-language coverage.
- Other FIFA tournaments are generally carried by TSN and RDS.
- FIFA World Cup qualifiers:
- International Champions Cup: DAZN
- UEFA European Championship qualifying: TSN (English), RDS (French), UEFA.tv (all the rest of matches)
- UEFA Champions League: DAZN
- UEFA Europa League: DAZN
- UEFA Super Cup: DAZN
- UEFA Women's Champions League: beIN Sports (English and Spanish) (PSG matches only, exclude final), DAZN (final only)
- UEFA Nations League: UEFA.tv
- Premier League: DAZN
- La Liga: beIN Sports
- Segunda División: beIN Sports
- Serie A: TLN, DAZN (English), RAI Italia (Italian)
- Supercoppa Italiana and Coppa Italia: FloSports
- Bundesliga: Sportsnet, Sportsnet World
- DFB-Pokal: YouTube (via OneSoccer)
- 3. Liga: YouTube
- Supercup: TBD
- Ligue 1: beIN Sports, TV5 (French)
- Coupe de France: beIN Sports, TV5 (French) (final only)
- Trophée des Champions: beIN Sports, TV5 (French)
- EFL Championship: DAZN
- EFL League One: DAZN
- EFL League Two: DAZN
- FA Cup: Sportsnet
- EFL Cup: DAZN
- FA Community Shield: Sportsnet
- Primeira Liga: GolTV Play
- Turkish Super Lig: beIN Sports
- Belgian Pro League: DAZN
As with other sports properties, game broadcasts on U.S. terrestrial stations carried in Canada, such as selected Premier League games aired on the NBC broadcast network as part of NBC's U.S. rights package, are not subject to blackout for Canadians receiving those stations over-the-air or through a cable/satellite package.
- TSN and RDS hold rights to all Grand Slams, as well as the ATP Tour (Masters 1000 and 500, excluding the Canadian Open)
- ATP Finals: TSN and RDS
- Canadian Open: Sportsnet and TVA Sports
- ATP Cup: TSN and RDS
- ATP Tour 250: DAZN
- Next Generation ATP Finals: TSN and RDS
- WTA Tour: DAZN, TSN, TVA Sports
- Fed Cup: Sportsnet and TVA Sports
- Davis Cup: Sportsnet and TVA Sports
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