The Canadian Football League is going public with its fan base, and it’s coming to the West.
The CFL announced Thursday that it will debut a website that will show fan reactions to all of the league’s new teams.
The first season will be broadcast on CBC in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and German.
The league’s social media team will also show fans reactions.
The league says the website will be available to anyone who wants to watch the league, and anyone who’s been a fan of any of the teams will be able to get the inside scoop.
The announcement comes on the heels of the CFL’s decision to expand the league to 15 teams and the expansion of the Canada Day festivities, which have already brought more than 3 million fans to arenas across the country.
The news comes after the league said Thursday it will add 10 new teams in the next two seasons, which could add up to a total of 34 teams in 2026.