► League 1
To follow the first division championship, it will be necessary to multiply the subscriptions. Prime Video – Amazon’s service – has acquired the rights to broadcast 80% of the matches for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 seasons. With the “Pass Ligue 1”, it will cost you €12.99/month or €99/year (or even €89 if the subscription is taken out before the end of August to have access to Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 matches) . A price to be added to the cost of the classic subscription to Prime Video.
The Canal+ channel will broadcast the remaining 20% of matches. Again, you will have to pay € 20.99 per month with a one-year subscription.
Fans of French clubs who wanted to follow their career in the Coupe de France could so far do so on the channels of the France Télévisions group or on Eurosport. For next year, nothing is certain. The French Football Federation, judging the proposed amounts insufficient, refused to award them last April and declared its call for tenders “unsuccessful”. Negotiations remain open.
► League 2
Prime Video will also broadcast 80% of Ligue 2 matches. For the rest, you have to turn to BeIN Sports, for €15/month.
Fans who do not want to pay will however be able to enjoy a free match every Saturday at 7 p.m., broadcast on the L’Équipe channel.
► Champions League
The two best posters of the prestigious Champions League will be co-broadcast by Canal+ and RMC Sport (with a subscription of €19 per month). The other matches will be broadcast on BeIN Sports.
The final, which is one of the events that must be broadcast on a free channel, will also be visible on TF1.
► Europa League and Europe Conference League
The other two European competitions, the Europa League and the Europa Conference League, are shared between three channels: Canal+ and W9 reserving the best posters, the rest of the matches will be on RMC Sport.
► Foreign championships
Fans of the Spanish, Italian and German first division championships will be able to follow the matches on BeIN Sports, while Canal+ will exclusively broadcast the Premier Leaguethe English championship.
► World Cup 2022
The TF1 group, which owns the TMC channel (on TNT), will broadcast 28 matches free of charge, including the 16 most beautiful posters of the group stage of the 2022 World Cup. This includes in particular the opening match, all the matches of the France team, the two semi-finals and the final.
The BeIN Sports channel will broadcast the 64 matches, 36 of which are exclusive.
► On the side of women’s football…
For the 2022-2023 season, D1 is broadcast on the Canal+ group channels. The DAZN streaming platform owns the rights to the Women’s Champions League until 2025. Select matches will be streamed for free on the DAZN YouTube channel.