LIVE SPORTS, SPORTSCENTRE AND MORE - STREAM LIVE ON TSN DIRECT!

LIVE SPORTS, SPORTSCENTRE AND MORE - STREAM LIVE ON TSN DIRECT!

What's On TSN

  • Molson Canadian Leafs Hockey: Jets vs. Maple Leafs

    Available to viewers in the Maple Leafs region

    Tonight at 7PM ET on TSN4

  • Jets on TSN: Jets vs. Maple Leafs

    Available to viewers in the Jets region

    Today at 6PM CT on TSN3

  • 2021 WNBA Draft

    Tonight at 7PM ET / 4PM PT on TSN2

  • NBA on TSN: Bucks vs. Hawks

    Tonight at 7:30PM ET / 4:30PM PT on TSN5

  • MLS Season Preview Show

    Tonight at 8PM ET / 5PM PT on TSN1

TSN BROADCAST SCHEDULE

TSN on Twitter

More Tweets from TSN

TSN Promotions

  • 1v1_asset

    1V1

    Every Champion needs a Challenger.

    WATCH NOW
    Presented by
More Promotions

Fantasy Games

More Fantasy Games

Steven Caldwell

Steven Caldwell

Former professional soccer player Steven Caldwell provides valuable insight to TSN Soccer broadcasts as an in-game and studio analyst.

The Stirling, Scotland native has appeared on TSN soccer broadcasts since 2015, regularly contributing to MLS on TSN with Kristian Jack and Luke Wileman, as well as on TSN’s coverage of the English Premier League, UEFA Champions League, and FIFA World Cup. Caldwell is also set to appear alongside Luke Wileman and Kristian Jack during TSN’s coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.

Caldwell had a professional career for 15 years, playing with the top two leagues in English football. He began his career with Newcastle United F.C. during the 1998-99 season, and went on to play with Blackpool FC, Bradford City A.F.C., Leeds United, Sunderland A.F.C., Burnley F.C., Wigan Athletic F.C., and Birmingham City. In early 2013, Caldwell crossed the Atlantic to join Major League Soccer as a member of the Toronto Football Club. He was named captain for TFC on July 13, 2013 and wore the armband in 40 matches for the Club, remaining captain until the conclusion of the 2014 season.

Upon his retirement in 2015 from a 17-season professional career, Caldwell transitioned to TFC’s parent company, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment. He served as Director of Corporate Development there until December 2017.

Caldwell earned 12 caps for the Scottish National Team during his career, following his debut on April 25, 2001 during a 1-1 draw away to Poland. He last represented Scotland on February 9, 2011 during the 2011 Nations Cup.

Follow on Twitter

Follow on Instagram