Here’s what you’ll get with your ONESOCCER SUBSCRIPTION!

We like to say around these parts that OneSoccer is the home of Canadian soccer.

That’s backed up by the hours of live matches, analysis, and special features across this country’s top club and international competitions that a OneSoccer subscription buys you.

But we understand it’s a lot to keep track of and it’s not only domestic soccer you can find on our channel.

With that in mind, consider this your comprehensive guide to everything you’ll be able to enjoy should you choose to sign up and join us.

You can do that at this link and start enjoying your subscription right away!


Canadian Premier League

OneSoccer was born for the launch of the top division of men’s professional soccer in Canada, the Canadian Premier League.

You can watch every single CPL match on our platform, with the 2020 season taking place in one location — Prince Edward Island — due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 35-game tournament, which has been dubbed the Island Games, begins on August 13.

OneSoccer will have pregame and postgame programming around each one of those fixtures and will be the only media outlet inside the PEI bubble, taking you behind the scenes as we witness a unique sporting experience.


Canadian Championship

The Canadian Championship is Canada’s top domestic cup competition and every match is broadcast live on OneSoccer.

Only the Voyageurs Cup, as the trophy is known, brings together the eight teams in the Canadian Premier League and the three Canadian clubs in Major League Soccer, creating some hugely exciting matchups as the two divisions go head to head. The champion goes on to play in the following year’s Concacaf Champions League.

Canada Soccer was forced to postpone the 2020 Canadian Championship due to the COVID-19 pandemic but OneSoccer will keep you informed with all the latest updates as we await a new schedule for this year’s competition.


Canadian men’s/women’s national team

OneSoccer will ensure you do not miss a minute as Canada’s men’s, women’s, and youth national teams seek World Cup qualification, Olympic berths, continental championships and more.

On the men’s side, you can watch every qualification match Canada plays on its road to the 2022 FIFA World Cup on our channel, with the action kicking off in October 2020.

You will also be able to cheer on our boys at the next Concacaf Gold Cup, which will crown the champion of North and Central America and the Caribbean in the summer of 2021. After that, the next edition of the Concacaf Nations League begins in 2022 — all live on OneSoccer.

Canada’s women’s national team qualified for the Olympic Games on OneSoccer earlier in 2020 and we’ll have all of the preparation matches played on Canadian soil between now and the tournament in Tokyo.

You’ll also be able to watch the next Concacaf Women’s Championship in 2022, which will crown a continental champion and decide which teams qualify for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Beyond that, your OneSoccer subscription will get you access to a number of youth tournaments across the men’s and women’s programs — most notably, the men’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament, an under-23 competition offering qualification to the Tokyo Olympics. That was scheduled to be played in March 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


2021, 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup

OneSoccer is your home for the entire broadcast of the upcoming 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup, and the following 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup competitions, with Canada’s men’s national team qualifying for a spot in 2021 courtesy of their strong showings in the first CONCACAF Nations League competition.

Catch all of the action as John Herdman’s side takes on this region’s biggest rivals, including the United States, Mexico, Honduras, Panama, and more!

OneSoccer is also your home for CONCACAF 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, including a pair of upcoming international windows in October and November. Stay tuned for more information and specific dates in the coming weeks.


Global club soccer (Including Liga MX)

Still with us? Good, because that’s not all.

While OneSoccer takes pride in its coverage of the domestic game, we also cast our eye around the world and continue to expand our selection of international leagues.

Every week, you can catch two live matches from Liga MX, the top Mexican men’s division which is regarded as one of the strongest leagues in the Americas.

Also available is the Primera Iberdrola, the rapidly growing top flight of Spanish women’s soccer.

Watch this space for announcements of further leagues and competitions to come.


Exclusive shows & features

Beyond our live matches, OneSoccer will provide subscribers with hours of debate, interviews, special features and more.

You won’t want to miss programming such as Bringing It Home, a four-part documentary series chronicling the inaugural Canadian Premier League season.

And you’ll hear from some of Canada’s most well-known soccer personalities on a regular basis, with the likes of James Sharman, Andi Petrillo, Terry Dunfield, and Carmelina Moscato bringing you their insight and expertise.

All of this, and more is available on OneSoccer, your home for Canadian soccer. Sign up now and you’ll get immediate access across multiple devices (iOS, android, Apple TV, Roku, and more!) – Subscribe here!