Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF) estimates multi-parametric maps simultaneously with short acquisition times. Cardiac MRF has been recently proposed to quantify myocardial T1 and T2 maps for 2D single-phase cardiac imaging. This ECG-triggered breath–hold approach provides a single-phase cardiac image and uses a non-continuous (segmented) acquisition. Here we sought to investigate myocardial MRF at multiple cardiac phases from a continuous acquisition, which could simultaneously provide cardiac function and quantitative tissue characterisation. The proposed approach was evaluated in simulations and healthy subjects, considering eight cardiac phases per cycle.