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  • BPL Soccer: West Ham vs. Crystal Palace

    Sat 7:30AM ET / 4:30AM PT on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5

  • BPL Soccer: Burnley vs. Swansea City

    Sat 10AM ET / 7AM PT on TSN5

  • BPL Soccer: West Brom vs. Southampton

    Sat 10AM ET / 7AM PT on TSN1

  • BPL Soccer: Liverpool vs. Manchester City

    Sun 6:30AM ET / 3:30AM PT on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5

  • BPL Soccer: Arsenal vs. Everton

    Sun 9AM ET / 6AM PT on TSN2

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  • Feb 26

    Bell Media's CTV, TSN, and RDS, official broadcasters of the FIFA World Cup from 2015-2026, today announced the broadcast schedule for the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015 (#WWC2015). In total, the networks will cover the tournament in its entirety, delivering live broadcast coverage of all 52 games from the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015.

  • 6h ago

    Don Garber

    Free agency the key in MLS labour talks

    There are many issues at stake in the current CBA talks between MLS owners and the MLS Players Union, including the league's paltry salary cap and minimum player salary, but these are not the most contentious issue, though. The hill that the players are willing to die on is free agency.

  • 1h ago

    Thomas Muller and Franck Ribery

    Leaders Bayern crush Koln

    Bayern Munich celebrated its 115th anniversary with a 4-1 victory over Cologne in the Bundesliga on Friday. Bayern scored twice inside the first 10 minutes but was made to work harder than expected to overcome Cologne, the team with the second best record on the road after Pep Guardiola's side.

  • 1h ago

    Dilly Duka

    Impact allow gilt edged opportunity to slip

    No one in their wildest Impact imaginations could have scripted that with close to an hour on the clock and with a two goal lead, the club which was firmly rooted to the MLS cellar through the entire 2014 season was just over half an hour away from changing Major League Soccer's record of futility on the road against Mexican clubs in the knock out stages of the Champions League. Then the wheels fell off.

  • 9h ago

    Robin van Persie

    Van Gaal: RVP out for a "long time"

    Manchester United could be without its first-choice striker for a critical stage of the season after Robin van Persie was ruled out for a "long time" by manager Louis van Gaal on Friday. The Netherlands international was hurt in United's 2-1 loss at Swansea last Saturday and left the Liberty Stadium on crutches, with a protective shoe on his foot.

  • 5h ago

    Daniel Sturridge Pablo Zabaleta

    Liverpool hosts City on short rest

    Liverpool's quest for fourth place in the Premier League could hit a snag on Sunday when the club welcomes Manchester City to Anfield. Manchester United and Southampton can keep the pressure on Liverpool by taking maximum points from their respective matches on Saturday. Watch Liverpool vs. Manchester City, Sunday at 6:30am et/3:30am on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5. West Brom vs. Southampton and Arsenal vs. Everton can also be seen on TSN, check listings for details.

  • Feb 26

    ACF Fiorentina v Tottenham Hotspur FC

    Fiorentina ousts Tottenham from Europa

    Tottenham was bounced from the Europa League on Thursday after suffering a 2-0 loss at Fiorentina, bowing out of the competition by a 3-1 aggregate score. Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino deployed a slightly weakened side with one eye on Sunday's Capital One Cup final.

  • Feb 25

    Theo Walcott

    Three things to take away from the Arsenal loss

    Players want to win. Of course, they want money and as TSN Soccer Analyst Kristian Jack writes, that's been the big reason many Arsenal fans have called their players in the past for leaving them but, above all else, players now leave Arsenal to join bigger teams because they want to win trophies and don't believe they can do that at Arsenal.

  • Feb 26

    Darren Mattocks

    Whitecaps' Mattocks, back line strong in Portland

    For the second year in a row, the Whitecaps will finish first in the Portland pre-season tournament; this year known as the “Simple Invitational”. While Coach Carl Robinson won’t be bothered with standings or points, he can take great satisfaction in the performances from his entire roster.

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