CBS Sports Network (CBS SN) has unveiled its U.S. broadcast schedule for the 2023 CFL season. The league struck a deal with the network in April worth a reported $1 million after previously partnering with ESPN.
“The CFL is an exciting brand of football, with a great history that has long included some of the stars of the game,” said Dan Weinberg, CBS Sports executive vice president of programming, at the time. “We are excited for the CFL to join our robust line-up of live events on CBS Sports Network and we look forward to showcasing the current generation of CFL stars.”
CBS SN will carry 34 of a possible 86 games in the U.S., while the remaining 52 will be carried exclusively on CFL+, the league’s new American streaming service. The service is free for users and will carry the postseason, including the 110th Grey Cup.
The major U.S. network has already started promoting the upcoming season with legendary commentator Jim Nantz plugging the season-opener on a PGA Tour broadcast this past weekend.
Please note that the following schedule may be subject to change.
Thursday, June 8 — B.C. Lions at Calgary Stampeders
Saturday, June 10 — Ottawa Redblacks at Montreal Alouettes
Friday, June 16 — Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Saskatchewan Roughriders
Saturday, June 17 — Edmonton Elks at B.C. Lions
Sunday, June 18 — Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Toronto Argonauts
Friday, June 23 — Montreal Alouettes at Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Saturday, July 1 — Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Montreal Alouettes
Monday, July 3 — B.C. Lions at Toronto Argonauts
Thursday, July 6 — Edmonton Elks at Saskatchewan Roughriders
Saturday, July 8 — Ottawa Redblacks at Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Sunday, July 9 — Montreal Alouettes at B.C. Lions
Thursday, July 13 — Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Edmonton Elks
Saturday, July 15 — Calgary Stampeders at Saskatchewan Roughriders
Saturday, July 22 — Saskatchewan Roughriders at B.C. Lions
Sunday, July 23 — Ottawa Redblacks at Calgary Stampeders
Saturday, July 29 — Saskatchewan Roughriders at Toronto Argonauts
Saturday, July 29 — B.C. Lions at Edmonton Elks
Thursday, Aug. 3 — B.C. Lions at Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Saturday, Aug. 5 — Montreal Alouettes at Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Sunday, Aug. 6 — Ottawa Redblacks at Saskatchewan Roughriders
Thursday, Aug. 10 — Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Edmonton Elks
Saturday, Aug. 12 — Calgary Stampeders at B.C. Lions
Thursday, Aug. 17 — Edmonton Elks at Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Saturday, Aug. 19 — Montreal Alouettes at Ottawa Redblacks
Sunday, Aug. 20 — B.C. Lions at Saskatchewan Roughriders
Thursday, Aug. 24 — Montreal Alouettes at Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Sunday, Aug. 27 — Ottawa Redblacks at Edmonton Elks
Sunday, Sept. 3 — Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Saskatchewan Roughriders
Monday, Sept. 4 — Toronto Argonauts at Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Monday, Sept. 4 — Edmonton Elks at Calgary Stampeders
Friday, Sept. 8 — Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Ottawa Redblacks
Friday, Sept. 22 — Saskatchewan Roughriders at Ottawa Redblacks
Friday, Oct. 6 — Edmonton Elks at Toronto Argonauts
Monday, Oct. 9 — Ottawa Redblacks at Montreal Alouettes
The schedule features seven Thursday games, five Friday games, eleven Saturday games, seven Sunday games, and four Monday games. The Saturday broadcasts end once the college football season begins at the end of August, while the Sunday broadcasts end once the NFL season begins in early September.
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