OneSocccer, the new ‘home of Canadian soccer’ streaming service, launched Friday April 26 on the eve of the first-ever Canadian Premier League match between Forge FC and York9 FC at Hamilton’s Tim Hortons Field.
The OneSoccer streaming service launches on Friday, April 26th offering a range of subscription options to users. Fans will be able to subscribe to the service on a month-to-month basis for Canadian $9.99 per month, with the first month free. Single-day rates (lasting 24 hours) for matches will be available for purchase at a cost of Canadian $5.99.
The ‘League Pass’ option offers subscribers the OneSoccer service at a cost of $74.99 for the year, with a special rate of $49.99 for Canadian Premier League club season ticket holders. The service will give all subscribers coverage of more than 130 matches in 2019, including pre- and post-match analysis and half times shows around every match. Additionally, the service will feature weekly news and highlights shows, magazine shows and additional exclusive original programming. Some 100 matches will be exclusive to the OneSoccer service.
The new 24/7 live and on-demand streaming channel will be available free of charge through onesoccer.ca for the first month, providing live coverage of 25 Canadian Premier League and Canadian Championship matches, as well as one Canada Soccer Women’s National Team friendly match against Mexico, through to the end of May. During this period, 20 of the 25 matches will be covered exclusively on OneSoccer.