Canadian talent added to Apple’s MLS Season Pass broadcast crew

Kyle will host the match. The Saskatoon native played professionally from 2006 to her 2016, ending her career with Orlando Her Pride. She has made her 101 international appearances for Canada, including her two World Cups and her 2012 London Olympics, where Canada won a bronze medal.

Kyle has worked in broadcasting for TSN and beIN Sports and has been a sideline reporter for Inter Miami for the past three seasons.

Smith also serves as a Match Analyst.

A native of Guelph, Ontario, he played professionally from 2004-2013, spending the 2010 season with the Portland Timbers. Smith retired from radio in 2011 and joined Timbers’ broadcasting team as an analyst. He resumed his playing career in 2012 before fully retiring in 2013, spending his last nine years as a TV analyst for the Timbers.

Cullen will be the play-by-play for the French broadcast. Cullen has covered the last three Olympic Games for CBC and has convened a soccer match for the Canadian national team.

All matches are commented in English or Spanish, although French commentary is also available for matches involving Canadian teams.

The MLS Season Pass will be available on Apple TV on February 1st. The 2023 MLS season starts on his February 25th.

A 10-year rights agreement allows fans to watch every game without regional power outages or restrictions. The service will be available in over 100 countries exclusively through the Apple TV app.

This report by the Canadian Press was first published on January 30, 2023.

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