2024 CFL Playoffs and Grey Cup Schedule; TV Schedule and Matchups

2024 CFL Playoffs and Grey Cup Schedule

The 2024 CFL Playoffs and Grey Cup schedule kick off on Saturday, November 2nd, 2024. The Divisional Semi-Finals take place first. The winners of these games go on to the CFL Division Finals the following week on November 9th. Then, the last two teams standing face off in the Grey Cup scheduled for November 17th, 2024. 

2024 CFL Playoffs and Grey Cup Schedule

The 2024 CFL Playoffs and Grey Cup schedule are the 111th time the championship has been held. The 2024 championship takes place at BC Place in Vancouver, Canada. Kickoff for the game is set for 6 PM Eastern Time. CFL playoffs come at the end of a 21-week CFL regular season for all of the teams. They end just under two months before the NFL playoffs get started after the New Year and before the college bowl season gets started. 

Division Semi-Finals
TBA vs. TBA (East Semi Final)Nov 23:00 PMTSN / CFL+
TBA vs. TBA (Western Semi Final)Nov 26:30 PMTSN / CFL+
Division Championships
TBA vs. TBA (East Final)Nov 93:00 PMTSN / CFL+
TBA vs. TBA (Western Final)Nov 96:30 PMTSN / CFL+
Grey Cup 2024
TBA vs. TBANov 176:00 PMTSN / CFL+
2024 CFL Playoff and Grey Cup Schedule

What Channel are the CFL Playoffs on?

At the time of this writing, the CFL playoffs are scheduled to be broadcast on TSN in English. If you prefer the French broadcast (and get Canadian TV), RDS has the coverage. We do not have confirmation yet if CBS Sports will air the playoffs in the US or not. They have picked up a number of the regular season games. In Canada, the CFL playoffs will be broadcast on TSN in English and RDS in French.

If you want to stream the playoffs or watch in the United States, CFL+ has the coverage for you. If you are a Sirius XM subscriber, all regular season and CFL Playoff games radio broadcast is covered there in addition to the local team radio affiliates. 

How Do I Stream the 2024 Grey Cup Outside of Canada? 

So, this couldn’t be any easier. No mucking around with VPNs, people broadcasting their games for you to see on Facebook Live, etc. Simply signup for CFL+ (for free). Check it the week before the game you want to watch. First and Last name and email address, and you’re in. The stream starts about five minutes prior to kickoff. Since it’s free, there are no frills. Ie, you have to watch it old school…ie live. All games not on CBSSN for US fans are covered. CFL+ uses the CFL on TSN broadcast for its coverage. 

2023 Grey Cup Highlights

Jacey Tine

Jacey Tine is a lifelong San Diego Padres and Florida Gators fan. She has been delivering sports coverage and content for 7 years and counting now. You'll find her covering a number of sports and other news-worthy events on Sports Brackets.

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