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Resumption of Ligue 1: dates, times, channels to follow the broadcast of matches


After a break of several weeks linked to the World Cup, Ligue 1 is back! A tournament that will have marked the spirits and that

Due to the World Cup, Ligue 1 went on hiatus on the 15th day.

At this stage of the competition, remember that PSG, defending champion and ultra favorite, already has a 5-point lead over its runner-up Lensois.

Rennes, Marseille and Lorient were then fighting fiercely for 3rd place on the podium, currently occupied by the Reds & Blacks.

At the back of the pack, while we are living a season with 4 runs, Auxerre, Ajaccio, Strasbourg and Angers are currently in danger.

But many teams are aware that they will have to fight to the end to stay in Ligue 1: Troyes, Brest, Nantes and Montpellier in particular.

This announces a particularly exciting end to the season.

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If Lionel Messi returns to PSG with the crown of world champion in his pocket, the disappointment will inevitably be immense for his teammates defeated during the tournament such as the Brazilians Neymar and Marquinhos, very affected by the elimination of the Selecao in the quarter-finals.

It will obviously be the same for Kylian Mbappé, author of a tournament and a stratospheric final with a hat-trick and the title of top scorer.

Performances which were however not enough to bring back the 3rd star to the France team.

The Parisian striker will undoubtedly be determined to forget this setback by delivering a very big end to the season with Paris.

Beyond PSG, many Ligue 1 players have distinguished themselves with great performances at the World Cup and will now want to confirm with their club.

This is particularly the case of the two Angevins representing Morocco Sofiane Boufal and Azzedine Ounahi.

Ligue 1 is coming back strong with beautiful entry posters.

Find out at what time and on which channels to follow the resumption of the championship!

At what times and on which channels to watch Ligue 1 matches?

The 16th day of Ligue 1 Uber Eats, the first since the World Cup, will start on January 28.

It will end on Thursday, December 29 with two evening posters.

Discover below the list of times and channels to follow the broadcast of the matches of the 16th day of Ligue 1 Uber Eats!

  • Ajaccio - Angers:

    Wednesday 28 December, 3 p.m., Le Pass Ligue 1

  • Troyes - Nantes:

    Wednesday 28 December, 3 p.m., Le Pass Ligue 1

  • Auxerre - Monaco:

    Wednesday 28 December, 5 p.m., Le Pass Ligue 1

  • Clermont - Lille:

    Wednesday 28 December, 7 p.m., Le Pass Ligue 1

  • Brest - Lyon:

    Wednesday 28 December, 9 p.m., Le Pass Ligue 1

  • PSG - Strasbourg:

    Wednesday December 28, 9 p.m., CANAL+ SPORT 360

  • Lorient - Montpellier:

    Thursday 29 December, 5 p.m., Le Pass Ligue 1

  • Reims - Rennes:

    Thursday 29 December, 7 p.m., Le Pass Ligue 1

  • Marseille - Toulouse:

    Thursday 29 December, 9 p.m., Le Pass Ligue 1

  • Nice - Lens:

    Thursday December 29, 9 p.m., CANAL+ FOOT

Take full advantage of Ligue 1 with the Ligue 1 Pass at only 54 euros

If you are a lover of French football, Amazon Prime Video's Le Pass Ligue 1 channel is for you.

Each day of the championship, you will be able to enjoy 8 out of 10 matches!

The offer offers many advantages such as simplicity to register and to cancel.

On some phones or tablets, you even have the option to control your data usage.

Beyond the matches, the Ligue 1 Pass offers you the possibility of having access to many exclusive contents.

Each Ligue 1 Uber Eats match on Prime Video will have at least one 20-minute pre-match and 15-minute post-match show, and one half-time show.

The Sunday evening poster at 8:45 p.m. will benefit from a pre- and post-match of 30 minutes each.

Every Sunday,

Sunday Evening Football hosted by Marina Lorenzo looks back on each meeting of the day and will allow you not to miss any goal.

The Ligue 1 Pass subscription is available to all Prime subscribers in France, for a subscription of 54 euros per year or 12.99 euros monthly.

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take advantage of the Ligue 1 Pass offer for only 54 euros

Source: leparis

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