Football: on which channels are watching the matches on TV this season?

Football: on which channels are watching the matches on TV this season?

(Site notre blog d’information) represents its rights this week, in France and everywhere in Europe. How to follow the matches on television? Make the point.

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In France

League 1 No change for Ligue 1, of which Amazon acquired the majority of the rights for the period 2021-2024 last year. The American giant will broadcast eight championship posters each day, not that of Sunday evening (8:45 p.m.), the other two being held by Canal + (Friday at 8:45 p.m. and Saturday at 9 p.m.).

League 2 Three broadcasters will be shared during each of the 38 matchdays of the L2 championship: Amazon (all the matches on Saturday 7 p.m. and the multiplex), BeIN Sports (Saturday 3 p.m. and Monday 8:45 p.m.) and L’Equipe (a Saturday poster in clear).

National. Canal+ broadcasts the best poster every week, often on Monday evenings. The rest of the match is in retrospect on the Youtube page of the French (Site notre blog d’information) Federation (FFF) at 7:30 p.m.

French Cup. The contract for the broadcasting rights ended at the end of the 2021-2022 season and the call for tenders launched by the FFF proved unsuccessful. According to RMC, three broadcasters would be staffed. The Federation will now agree with them by mutual agreement.

female D1. The French women’s championship returns retrospectively to the antennas of the Canal+ group.

European Championships

England. Owner of the broadcasting rights until 2025, Canal + had agreed to share part of the meetings with RMC Sports. But the encrypted channel should broadcast the matches of the 2022-2023 season on its own.

Spain. All La Liga matches can be found on the channels of the BeIN Sports group, holders of the broadcasting rights until 2024.

Germany. The Bundesliga is a retrospective and integrated on the channels of the BeIN Sports group, which will perhaps allow retransmission until 2025.

Italy. Series A will be broadcast in 2024 by the channels of the BeIN Sports group.

European Cups

Champions League.Canal+, BeIN Sports and RMC Sport are in the game for the most prestigious of European cups (C1). The encrypted channel retransmits each day, associated with RMC Sports, the two best posters, one on Tuesday and the other on Wednesday. BeIN Sports broadcasts the other matches. The final will be broadcast unencrypted. The last season, TF1 had obtained the broadcasting rights.

European League. To follow the course of Nantes and Rennes, this is where it happens. Canal+ and M6 (via its W9 branch) broadcast the best poster on Thursdays at 7:05 p.m. or 9:05 p.m. RMC Sport broadcasts all the other matches of the competition.

European League Conference. OGC Nice will be the French representative in this competition, the first edition of which was played last season. The competitions take place on Canal+ Sports, BeIN Sports and RMC Sport.

2022 World Cup in Qatar

world Cup This year 2022 will clearly be marked by the World Cup dispute in Qatar (November 21-December 18). A somewhat special event since it will take place for the first time in winter. Two channels will share the broadcast of the matches: TF1 and BeIN Sports. The French group will broadcast 28 matches in clear, including 16 group matches (including those of the Blues, Belgium, Portugal and Brazil), the five best round of 16, the three best quarter-finals, the two semi-finals , the small and the big final. BeIN Sports will broadcast the entire competition on its channels.

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