The North American soccer landscape changed drastically when MLS signed a 10-year agreement with Apple on June 14, 2022.
From the 2023 season onwards, fans of MLS clubs such as CF Montréal, Toronto FC and Vancouver Whitecaps will be able to access all the season's matches via the Apple TV application, with no regional restrictions.
This is a historic partnership for a professional sports league, as it will enable fans around the world to listen to all MLS, Leagues Cup and selected MLS Next Pro and MLS Next matches, all on the same platform.
This article serves as a tool to help Quebec and Canadian soccer fans better understand this new broadcast agreement between MLS and Apple.
How to watch MLS games in Canada
It's never been more simple.
To access all MLS matches, you have to get the MLS Season Pass, available on Apple TV.
This membership gives you full access to all MLS teams and matches, from anywhere in the world. No more stressing about blackout rules or finding a local channel showing the game.
All MLS games will be broadcasted in English and Spanish. Games involving the three Canadian MLS teams will also be broadcasted in French.
How to purchase the MLS Season Pass
The MLS Season Pass is available exclusively on the Apple website. Members can pay monthly or get an annual subscription.
Apple TV+ subscribers get a reduced fee for the MLS Season Pass.