Ligue 1, Champions League, Blues… Where to watch football this season and how much does it cost?

During this 2022/2023 season, you will again have to pay to be able to watch all the major football events – and expensive! As the Ligue 1, Premier League and Bundesliga seasons resume this weekend of August 6 and 7, here is the complete guide so you don’t miss a thing.

Regarding Ligue 1, like last year, Amazon Prime Video exclusive diffuser 8 matches per day : the poster for Friday evening (9 p.m.), the Saturday afternoon match (5 p.m.), Sunday at midday (1 p.m.) followed by the multiplex (3 p.m.), as well as the Sunday evening match (8:45 p.m.) . Canal + will broadcast the other two remaining matches: Saturday evening (9 p.m.) and Sunday afternoon (5:05 p.m.).

On the Ligue 2 side, which already resumed last weekend, broadcasting is shared between three channels. The Channel The Team co-broadcasts a poster of the Saturday 7 p.m. multiplex with Amazonbroadcaster of 8 of the 10 Ligue 2 posters. Two other matches – Saturday 3 p.m. and Monday 8:45 p.m. – will be broadcast on be in sports.

Les Bleu(e)s en clair, the feminine D1 on Canal +

M6 will broadcast a Nations League match of the Blues in September but all the matches of the 2022 World Cup as well as the start of the qualifications for Euro 2024 of the French women’s team could be seen on TF1, clear. Ditto for the women’s team, where W9 remains the official channel of Les Bleues this season…but the rights to the Women’s World Cup, scheduled for July 20-August 20, 2023 in Australia and New Zealand, have yet to be awarded.

The French women’s football championship can be viewed on the group’s channels Canal +. As for the other matches of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, TF1 will broadcast 28 free-to-air matches while Be in sports will broadcast the entire competition.

Canal+ alone on the Premier League

It was until now cofused on Canal+ and RMC Sports, the Premier League will be broadcast this season in full on Canal+. The Bundesliga, Serie A and La Liga remain on be in sports.

The puzzle intensifies when it comes to European competitions. Champions League TV rights are shared between Canal+ and RMC Sports who will broadcast the two best posters (Tuesday and Wednesday) while the rest of the matches will be broadcast on be in sports. The final will also take place on TF1.

The best Europa League or Europa League Conference poster will be co-fused on a group channel M6 and Canal+. All other matches could be followed on RMC Sports.

More than 50 euros per month

While some will be content to watch the matches in the clear on TF1, The Channel The Teamgroup channels M6 or those of the group Altice (History of RMC for example), others will want to consume more football content each week. And for them, the addition is likely to be salty.

To watch the matches on Amazon Prime Videoyou have to pay 12.99 euros per month for the “Ligue 1 pass” in addition to the subscription to Amazon Prime (5.99 euros per month until September 15). The subscription to RMC Sports amounts to 19 euros per month while be in sports costs 15 euros per month.

On his side, Canal+ offer a “sports” package with the sports channels of Canal+, be in sports and Eurosport to pay 34.99 euros per month for the first 12 months then 45.99 euros per month (24-month commitment).

So, if you want to see all the major European leagues, Ligue 2, the European Cups and the World Cup in Qatar, you will have to pay a minimum of 52.97 euros per month. When we love, we don’t count.

The editorial staff recommends

The news by the RTL editorial staff in your mailbox.

Thanks to your RTL account, subscribe to the RTL info newsletter to follow all the news on a daily basis


Leave a Comment