MLS announce multi-year linear TV rights agreements in United States & Canada


Alongside their partnership with Apple, Major League Soccer have announced new TV deals for the next four years.

Running from the 2023 season through 2026, selected matches from the MLS regular season, MLS Cup Playoffs, MLS Cup, and Leagues Cup will be shown live on FOX Sports and TelevisaUnivision in the United States and TSN and RDN in Canada.

The new agreements will run alongside Major League Soccer’s landmark 10-year partnership with Apple TV, with every match available to watch live with a season pass starting in 2023 – along with a range of other MLS-related broadcasts.

“We are proud to continue our partnerships with FOX Sports, Univision and TSN, and we are pleased to have MLS matches on RDS in Canada,” MLS Commissioner Don Garber said in a statement. “These broadcast industry leaders continue to demonstrate their deep commitment to MLS and soccer.

“Our linear agreements, along with our partnership with Apple, are the culmination of a series of collaborative discussions to provide our fans with the most expansive and accessible lineup of programming MLS and our sport in the U.S. and Canada have ever seen – and by a significant margin.”

FOX Sports (USA – English and Spanish language)

TelevisaUnivision (USA – Spanish language)

TSN (Canada – English language)

RDS (Canada – French language)

What have the broadcasters said about the deal?

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