The Canadian Football League announced Friday, the league will be providing fans with more free access to games than ever before, with the introduction of CFL Preseason Live and CFL+.

Tiger-Cats fans will now be able to catch both of the club’s preseason games via CFL Preseason Live, as for the first time ever all non-broadcasted preseason games will be available to fans. Fans can simply visit and provide a verified email address to gain access to both of the league’s new streaming platforms free of charge.

“Free online viewing represents a new path forward for the league and all our fans,” said CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie. “Through these platforms, we are prioritizing access and reach, while placing an added emphasis on building a more direct connection with our viewers.


“With CFL Preseason Live, we listened to our fans. The preseason is an exciting time of possibility in the lead-up to the campaign ahead. We recognized an opportunity to provide a new service for our fans, and we worked with our teams to make it happen.”


The Tiger-Cats kick off the preseason when they host the Toronto Argonauts on May 27 at Tim Hortons Field. The club will wrap up the preseason in Montreal when they take on the Alouettes on June 2. Both games will be available for free, via CFL Preseason Live.



CFL Preseason Live

·    In-stadium video feeds and local broadcasting crews providing play-by-play and analysis
·    Games available to be streamed live
·    Available on desktop and mobile devices with no additional downloads or logins
·    In Canada: six preseason games (and three exclusively on TSN and/or RDS)
·    U.S. and international: all nine preseason games (including broadcast quality streams for those being broadcasted by TSN and/or RDS)


·    Featuring the award-winning CFL ON TSN broadcast
·    Games available to be streamed live
·    Available on desktop and mobile devices with no additional downloads or logins
·    In the U.S.: 47 regular season games (and 34 exclusively on CBS Sports Network)*
·    International: All 81 regular season games
·    U.S. and international: Grey Cup Playoffs and 110th Grey Cup*
·    Full U.S. and international broadcast schedule to be announced prior to the season

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