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How to watch Bundesliga German football online in Canada

Germany's premier football league the Bundesliga is back. Here's how to watch games on TV or live stream Bundesliga in Canada.

Reigning champions Bayern Munich will again be hot favourites for this season’s Bundesliga crown as it returns to Canadian TV screens in August. Bayern won its 31st crown last season, which is the best record of any German domestic team, and its 9th title in a row.

Bayern’s biggest rivals will again be Borussia Dortmund, led by star striker Erling Braut Haaland. Haaland is one of a number of young stars Dortmund have produced in recent seasons, the team noted for its ability to play attacking, exciting football. RB Leipzig and Borussia Monchengladbach will also chase for silverware.

Monchengladbach hosts Bayern in the first match of the season, which begins Canadian time on Friday 13 August with matches starting from 2:20am EDT.

This will be the 59th Bundesliga season, with 18 teams playing a total of 34 matches each across the campaign.

In Canada, you can watch the biggest Bundesliga matches on your TV or live stream games on your favourite device. Here’s how to watch the Bundesliga in Canada.

How to live stream Bundesliga matches in Canada

The exclusive rights to broadcast the Bundesliga in Canada have been held by Sportsnet Now since 2015. Sportsnet reached a sublicensing agreement with Fox Sports in the US ahead of the 2015/16 season. Select games are held on Sportsnet’s cable channels. If you want to make sure you get access to every game, they are all available to stream live on SN NOW+.

For more information on a variety of sports, you can check out our full guide to streaming sports in Canada. It has all the costs, free trials, devices and more.

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