OneSoccer Is Now Available On Telus’ Optik TV

Written By Katarina Vojvodic on October 21, 2021 - Last Updated on June 29, 2022
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OneSoccer is coming to a TV near you.

OneSoccer subscribers already have access to the live channel offering matches, highlights, and shows.

But, now more soccer fans will share in the experiences as Mediapro Canada brings OneSoccer to Canadian TV.

The Canadian soccer channel secured a place among Telus’ assortment of extended networks. The deal sees One Soccer make its debut as HD channel 980 on Telus’ Optik TV service. 

Make room for Canada soccer

From the start, OneSoccer’s goal was to be everywhere, in every home, and available to Canadians coast-to-coast.

Now that dream is becoming a reality, thanks to the recently signed deal.

According to the deal, all Telus Optik subscribers will access the best of Canada soccer 24/7. The offer includes:

  • Exclusive live coverage of the Canadian Premier League (CPL) and the Canadian Championship
  • Live coverage of all Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team home matches in the Concacaf Final Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers
  • Canada Soccer’s National Team matches and competitions. (Including the Concacaf Nations League, the Concacaf Gold Cup, the Concacaf W Championship and Concacaf W Qualifiers)
  • Also, on offer? International soccer content, including Mexico’s Liga MX and French Ligue 1 matches featuring Canada Soccer Men’s National Team star Jonathan David’s Lille OSC.

“OneSoccer has made a tremendous investment in soccer in our country,” said Dr. Nick Bontis, president of Canada Soccer. “And this is just another example of that commitment to build on the momentum for the growth of the game in Canada.”

“We value this partnership and are pleased that they have expanded their distribution of these all-important matches to not only OneSoccer but also the largest possible audience for Canadian fans to enjoy from coast to coast.”

It’s game time!

Starting at 5 pm ET this evening, fans can catch Canada vs. Panama in the Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers.

Then, at 9 pm ET, CPL’s Calvary and Pacific FCs take to ATCO Field at Spruce Meadows in Calgary. Whichever team comes out on top is guaranteed a playoff spot, but a draw will do little to help advance either team.

And, with a stacked weekend schedule, there’s undoubtedly something for every soccer fan.

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Katarina is a Toronto-based online gambling writer who holds a master's degree in journalism. Before joining PlayCanada, she was part of the AskGamblers crew where she reported about the world of online casinos and interviewed numerous iGaming experts. Being in the industry for 5 years, she became an expert in online slots.

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