Through a multi-year agreement with the CFL, ESPN television networks have exclusive rights to present all regular-season and post-season CFL games in the United States. ESPN telecasts feature production and commentator teams from TSN, Canada’s Sports Leader.

(All times in mountain time zone)

Friday, June 14 7 p.m. Montreal Edmonton ESPN2
Friday, June 21 7 p.m. BC Edmonton ESPN2
Thursday, June 27 6:30 p.m Edmonton Winnipeg ESPN2
Thursday, July 11 8:00 pm Edmonton BC ESPN+
Saturday, July 20 2:00 pm Edmonton Montreal ESPN+
Thursday, July 25 7:30 pm Toronto Edmonton ESPN+
Saturday, August 3 5:00 pm Edmonton Calgary ESPN+
Friday, August 9 8:00 pm Ottawa Edmonton ESPN2
Friday, August 16 5:30 pm Edmonton Toronto ESPN+
Friday, August 23 7:00 pm Winnipeg Edmonton ESPN2
Monday, September 2 2:30 pm Edmonton Calgary ESPN+
Saturday, September 7 5:00 pm Calgary Edmonton ESPN+
Friday, September 20 7:30 pm Hamilton Edmonton ESPN+
Saturday, September 28 2:00 pm Edmonton Ottawa ESPN+
Friday, October 4 5:00 pm Edmonton Hamilton ESPN2
Saturday October 12 5:00 pm BC Edmonton ESPN+
Saturday, October 26 5:00 pm Saskatchewan Edmonton ESPN+
Saturday, November 2 2:00 pm Edmonton  Saskatchewan  ESPN+
Sunday November 10 11:00 am Edmonton Montreal ESPN2
Sunday November 17 11:00 am Edmonton Hamilton ESPNEWS


MVS CFL Game of the Week Broadcast Schedule

Saturday, August 3 5 p.m. Edmonton Calgary MVS
Saturday, September 7 5 p.m. Calgary Edmonton MVS
Saturday, October 12 5 p.m. BC Edmonton MVS
Saturday, October 26 5 p.m. Saskatchewan Edmonton MVS
Sunday November 10 11 a.m. Edmonton Montreal MVS
Sunday November 17 11 a.m. Edmonton Hamilton MVS