FAQ: Here’s how you can watch the 2019 CPL season

OneSoccer – The New Home of Canadian Soccer.
OneSoccer – The New Home of Canadian Soccer.

The Canadian Premier League, in partnership with MEDIAPRO, announced Wednesday a new and unprecedented platform to enjoy all of the league’s matches and video content – OneSoccer.

Here’s everything you need to know about OneSoccer:

What is OneSoccer?

OneSoccer is a dedicated linear soccer channel that is currently available as a streaming service, and will feature live coverage of all 98 regular 2019 season Canadian Premier League matches, as well as the 2019 Canadian Premier League Championship. That’s every single match of the 2019 season, live and available for your viewing pleasure, produced by MEDIAPRO, the largest single producer of soccer in the world.

In addition? OneSoccer is a 24-hour channel that features plenty of live and long-form pre-game, half-time, and post-game analysis shows around each match.

Also, coming soon, you’ll get live, daily Canadian soccer news coverage of all seven CPL clubs, as well as long-form original video features and documentaries about the CPL.

What’s available to watch on OneSoccer? 

Here’s what you get:

  • All 98 Canadian Premier League regular season matches for all seven clubs
  • The 2019 Canadian Premier League Championship
  • All Canadian Championship (Voyageurs Cup) matches
  • A selection of League1 Ontario men’s and women’s matches
  • Exclusive original video content including long-form storytelling, pre- and post-game shows, and much more.

When will OneSoccer be available?

OneSoccer will be ushering in a new era for Canadian soccer on April 27th alongside the much-anticipated opening Canadian Premier League match between Forge FC and York9 FC on April 27th at 1:00pm EST, live from Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton.

How much does OneSoccer cost? 

OneSoccer will be offering a generous free trial period in order for supporters to test out the new home of Canadian soccer.

How do I access OneSoccer?

You can access OneSoccer online at, and will soon be available across all connected devices through the OneSoccer App, which will be made available on iOS and Android at a later date. OneSoccer is working to add new apps and devices in the near future.

You can access OneSoccer anywhere in the world – not just in Canada – though some matches including Canadian national team fixtures are excluded outside of Canada due to prior rights agreements.

OneSoccer is currently working on expanding the channel’s offering to cable and satellite television programs.

Is OneSoccer on social media? 

OneSoccer is currently active on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, where news photos, interviews, exclusive content, game-day clips and other content will be posted continually, to keep fans in constant touch with the league and their clubs.

When will OneSoccer be available?

It all begins on April 27th – you can sign up for updates via email over at

Why should I subscribe to OneSoccer? 

Because OneSoccer will be the only platform where you can witness the growth of Canadian soccer, anytime and wherever you may be. We’re at the start of something big – don’t miss out!