Since August 17, Canada’s leading sports broadcaster, TSN, has the National Women’s Soccer League featured in its schedule.
For the love of Women’s Football and in the name of Women’s World Cup legends like Portland Thorns FC’s Christine Sinclair, Sky Blue FC’s Carli Lloyd, or again Women’s Ballon d’Or favorite Megan Rapinoe of Reign FC, the NWSL continues to reach wider audiences. Meanwhile, in stadiums, more than half a million spectators have been recorded to date.
Undoubtedly, the broadcast deal with TSN is a good boost to the promotion of the women’s game in North America. This represents a total of 38 National Women’s Soccer League matches -- 29 of which are available to watch on the TSN App and TSN.ca.
TSN will broadcast the final three games, namely both NWSL semi-final matches on October 20 and the NWSL Championship on October 27.
For the full schedule, visit Live Soccer TV’s 2019 National Women’s Soccer League competition page.