The UEFA Champions League is finally back! Start of the festivities on September 6 at 9:00 p.m. on CANAL+ with an appetizing PSG – Juventus. The capital club, now led by Christophe Galtier, welcomes the ‘Old Lady’ who has in their ranks no less than three former Parisian players (Leandro Paredes, Ángel Di María and Adrien Rabiot).
The OM will start the next day at Tottenham. The opportunity to see Alexis Sánchez again in London to face his old rival. The match will be followed by Canal+.
Like last season, each game will be preceded by the “Champions Club Channel” presented by Hervé Mathoux and Laure Boulleau, from 7:45 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. As soon as the match is over, it’s time for “Channel Champions Club – Le Debrief”, which will review the best moments of the match, as well as all the matches of the day.
At the same time, subscribers will be able to enjoy the “UEFA Champions League Stadium” on MyCanal. Lives, replays, summaries of all the matches, related documents… In short, everything to follow the competition as closely as possible! Without forgetting of course the expert mode that will allow you to benefit from all the statistics in real time, from polls or from the famous zooms during the matches.
Two new channels to vibrate against all sports
On August 31, two new channels dedicated to sport made their appearance in the CANAL+ offer: CANAL+FOOT and CANAL+SPORT 360. The first is entirely dedicated to circular football and promises to delight fans of the green square with the broadcast of the UEFA Europa League, the UEFA Europa League conference, but also D1 Arkema, the French National Football Championship…
Also in the Ligue 1 Uber Eats program with two posters a day (on CANAL+FOOT and on CANAL+SPORT 360) and 100% of the Premier League (the best poster on CANAL+ and 100% of the rest of the matches on CANAL+FOOT ) . The icing on the cake: a daily version of Football Day as well as a prime time dedicated to the great moments in football history.
CANAL+FOOT is accessible with the CANAL+ SPORT offer (from €34.99/month) and CANAL+ FRIENDS & FAMILY (from €64.99/month).
Parallel to the launch of CANAL+FOOT, CANAL+ DECALE gives way to CANAL+SPORT 360. Your commitment? Make you live the greatest emotions of sport with an innovative reading and treatment, in total immersion. Specifically, you will find the MotoGP™ World Championship (tests and classification), the WRC World Rally Championship, the Word Padel Tour and the SailGP (one of the most important international sailing competitions). The channel will also dedicate a large part of its programming to information processing and will broadcast the Ligue 1 Uber Eats match on Saturday night.
The basic subscription to CANAL+ (from €20.99/month) is enough to have access to CANAL+SPORT 360.
MotoGP™: Fabio Quartararo wants to confirm
During the last Saint-Martin Grand Prix, Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati) finished on pole position and is just 30 points behind defending champion Fabio Quartararo. Next step: the Aragon Grand Prix. Will Fabio Quartararo sign his 4th victory of the season? Did Johann Zarco appear on the podium?
Rehearsals, classification, races… Come and watch the weekend of September 17 and 18 on CANAL+ to follow the entire Aragón Grand Prix live with, in the comments, the incomparable Laurent Rigal and Randy De Punish.
Formula 1™: Verstappen on another planet
Who will manage to topple the Dutch driver currently flying over the championship? How will the final races unfold for four-time German world champion Sebastian Vettel, who announced over the summer that he would retire at the end of the season?
And Mercedes? Toto Wolf’s team, though off to a bad start, made an impressive comeback. Enough to clinch second place in the constructors’ championship right under the nose and beard of Ferrari, which is racking up strategic errors and other technical problems?
To find out, come to CANAL+ every weekend.
TOP 14: the return of the gladiators
On June 24, Montpellier Hérault rugby union won its first French championship title. Will the club coached by Philippe Saint-André be able to keep the Brennus badge? Which season for RC Toulon, Stade Toulousain, Racing 92 or Union Bordeaux Bègles? The response began on 3 September with an explosive first line-up between defending European champions Stade Rochelais and French champions Hérault.
Another big clash scheduled, the match between the two unlucky semi-finalists from last year, Union Bordeaux-Bègles and Stade Toulousain. For its part, Racing 92 will receive the finalist, Castres Olympique, while the promoted Bayonnais will travel to Félix Mayol at the Rugby Club Toulonnais field.
The European Championships, always more exciting!
Barça and its attacking trio -Robert Lewandowski, Raphinia, Ousmane Dembélé- who are already shaking Europe, the unsinkable Real Madrid and their star striker Karim Benzema who, barring cataclysm, should receive the next Ballon d’Or. However, Bayern and his latest addition Sadio Mané, Manchester City and his new number 9, a certain Erling Haaland, AS Roma and his new nugget, Paulo Dybala…
This year, whether it’s La Liga, Serie A, the Bundesliga or the Premier League, the European Championships promise to be exciting once again! That’s good, whether it’s on CANAL + (where you can follow 100% of the Premier League matches exclusively) or beIN SPORTS (available in the CANAL + NETFLIX beIN SPORTS limited series, from €29.99/month),! you will not miss anything!
Orange ball lovers in the spotlight
Are you a basketball fan? Access CANAL+SPORT 360 and CANAL+SPORT to follow the FIBA EuroBasket that is being played jointly in the Czech Republic, Georgia, Italy and Germany from September 1 to 18. And find out if Thomas Heurtel, Evan Fournier or Rudy Gobert will match their glorious elders (Tony Parker, Nicolas Batum and others) crowned in 2013.
Do you want even more? For the first time since its creation, beIN SPORTS will broadcast on its channels all the matches of the French women’s and men’s national teams, 100% of the women’s and men’s matches (FIBA Basketball World Cup and EuroBaskets*), but also the most prestigious matches of the next qualifiers for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023. Not forgetting, of course, the entire 2022-2023 NBA season. Enough to satisfy the most demanding!
*Except men’s EuroBasket 2022 (from September 1 to 18, 2022)