France / Japan (TV/Streaming) On which channel to follow the Volleyball Nations League match on Saturday?

The French team easily dominated the Netherlands last Thursday in Quezon City in their sixth match of the Volleyball Nations League (25-14, 25-23, 25-13). She continues this Saturday and Sunday against Japan and Germany. Find out how to follow the match on Saturday June 25, 2022?

How to watch the France / Japan meeting in streaming ?

Already a broadcaster of the Men’s and Women’s European and World Volleyball Championships since 2017, the L’Équipe group is stepping up its commitment with the acquisition of Volleyball Nations League 2022

💻TAll the matches of the French team led by Earvin Ngapeth can be found live on the L’Équipe platform in the L’Équipe Live universe. This Saturday, June 25, you will be able to follow the meeting France / Japan live at 09:00!

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Presentation of the France / Japan meeting

Quickly done well done ! Winners of China on Wednesday by forfeit due to a case of Covid within the opposing team, the Blues will have spent an hour on the field of the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City this Thursday to stab a team from the Netherlands in three sets. Bas who could not do anything against the Olympic champions (25-14, 25-23, 25-13)

“We played very well, it was only at the start of the second set that we lost points in reception, I made a double passer/point change (Raphael Corre and Jean Patry momentarily entered the places of Benjamin Toniutti and Stephen Boyer) and we recovered points, I’m really happy with the way we played”, appreciates the coach Andrea Giani.

“I’m happy to be back in the group and in competition, we had some preparation with the A’s when the others were in Canada, I’m still lacking a bit of rhythm and matches, but it’s going to come back little by little and I happy to have started with a 3-0 win,” added Benjamin Toniutti.

With this fifth success in six games, the French team remains firmly in the front runners of this Volleybal Nations League before facing this Saturday the Japan by Philippe Blainalso author of a very good start to the competition (four wins for one defeat), then Germany on Sunday (Info site FF Volley)

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