Broadcast Partners

Since its MLS inaugural season in 2012, all Montreal Impact regular-season games will be broadcast live on television. See the 2014 MLS Schedule for dates and times.

IMPACT OFFICIAL PARTNERS

TVA Sports is the Montreal Impact’s official broadcaster and carries the bulk of the team’s regular-season games in Major League Soccer. The sports network, which officially launched on Sept. 12, 2012, will do more than broadcast the games, offering rich, and varied coverage that gives viewers full information about the Impact and the game of soccer through interviews with players, behind-the-scenes reports, and interviews with experts.

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Play-by-play: Frédéric Lord
Analyst: Olivier Brett
Reporter: Nicolas Martineau

Channels: Videotron Illico on #24 and #624 (HD) – Shaw Direct on #747 and #390/238 (HD) – COGECO Québec on #88 and #538 (HD)

As Montreal’s English-language all-sports station, TSN 690 teams with sister station CJAD 800 to provide exclusive broadcast coverage of all Impact regular season and playoff games, bringing all Impact away games to radio for the first time.

TSN 690 also delivers extensive coverage of the Impact from TSN’s team of soccer experts, including Noel Butler, who delivers regular reports on the team for TSN 690 throughout the season. Radio coverage of the Impact on TSN Radio 690 Montreal complements TSN’s extensive coverage of MLS as the league’s official broadcaster.

Play-by-play: Rick Moffat (TSN 690), Brian Wilde (CTV Montreal)
Analyst: Grant Needham

Montrealers can set their dial to AM 690, listen online at TSN.ca/Montreal, and tune in with the TSN mobile app for live game broadcasts.

Fans can also visit TSN.ca for breaking MLS news, Butler’s blog, along with video highlights, columns, podcasts, and Twitter updates.

CJAD 800 is the Voice of Montreal.  Serving the city for 70 years, CJAD is the resource that Montreal turns to for comprehensive news coverage, information, weather and traffic reports every 15 minutes.   You never know when news will break, but when it does, you do that know you will hear it on News Talk Radio CJAD 800.  CJAD is proud to participate in the broadcasts of Montreal Impact Soccer.

 

MLS PARTNERS

    
    

TSN and RDS are the official national broadcasters of Major League Soccer in Canada.  TSN will present 90 games that includes 65 games featuring at least one Canadian team, including 12 Montreal Impact games. As the official French-language broadcaster of MLS in Canada, RDS will broadcast more than 30 games, highlighted by 13 matches featuring Montreal Impact.

As the official broadcasters of MLS in Canada, the group also holds broadcast rights for the MLS AT&T All-Star Game, the MLS Cup Playoffs and the league’s championship game, the MLS Cup. TSN also will broadcast select additional games between two US-based teams to its lineup of MLS coverage beginning this season through 2016.

Games on TSN/TSN2 will be available live to fans in the United States via the MLS Direct Kick Package and/or Match Day Live on MLSsoccer.com.

RDS/RDS2

Play-by-play: Claudine Douville
Analyst: Jean Gounelle
Analyst: Patrick Leduc
Host: Mathieu Jolivet & Michel Lacroix
Reporter: Patrick Friolet

Channels:
RDS – Vidéotron Illico on #33 or #633 (HD) – Bell TV on #123 or #1880 (HD) – Bell Fibe TV on #123 or #1123 (HD) – Shaw Direct on #750 or #240 (HD) – MTS on #191 – TELUS TV on #410 – SaskTel on #116

RDS2 – Bell TV on #192 or #1881 (HD) – Bell Fibe TV on #144 or #1124 (HD) – Shaw Direct on #748 or #239 (HD)

TSN/TSN2

Play-by-play: Luke Wileman, Vic Rauter
Analyst: Jason deVos, Greg Sutton
Host: Jessica Ruznak

Channels:
TSN – Vidéotron Illico on #60 or #660 (HD) – Bell TV on #400 or #850 (HD) – Bell Fibe TV on #400 or #1400 (HD) – Shaw Direct on #400/111 or #280/310 (HD) – MTS on #22 or #475 (HD) – TELUS TV on #110 or #660 (HD) – SaskTel on #110 or #410 (HD)

TSN2 – Vidéotron Illico on #61 or #681 (HD) – Bell TV on #401 or #851 (HD) – Bell Fibe TV on #401 or #1401 (HD) – Shaw Direct on #401/112 or #269/311 (HD) – MTS on #170 or #477 (HD) – TELUS TV on #109 or #659 (HD) – SaskTel on #115 or #415 (HD)


    

On Aug. 10, 2011, Major League Soccer and the NBC Sports Group announced a three-year media rights agreement, beginning at the start of the 2012 MLS season and calling for 45 MLS games and four US men’s national team contests, to be televised live across both NBC and NBC Sports Network – formerly known as VERSUS – each season.

Each year, NBC will broadcast two regular-season MLS games, two playoff games and two appearances by the US men’s national team. The NBC Sports Network will televise 38 regular-season games, three playoff games and two US men’s national team matches.


         

In 2006, ESPN bought the rights to broadcast Major League Soccer games and other related events under an eight-year deal that will conclude in 2014.

ESPN and ESPN2 will broadcast 26 regular-season games as well as three playoff games a year, including the MLS All-Star Game and MLS Cup. The deal also allows televised coverage of the first round of the MLS SuperDraft.

ESPN Deportes presents the ESPN "Game of the Week" with Spanish-language audio.