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Sweden-France: where and at what time to follow the semi-final of the Handball World Cup this Friday, January 27?


The Blues take on the Swedes at home in what promises to be an intense match which will be broadcast on two French channels.

The great adventure continues for the French team during the Handball World Cup.

Les Bleus, reigning Olympic champions, earned their ticket to the semi-finals after dominating Germany in the previous round (35-28).

Sweden at home

They face, this

Friday, January 27

, Sweden, reigning world champion, who defeated Egypt 27-22 in the quarter-finals.

The match, which will start at 9 p.m., promises to be intense as the two teams have won all their matches since the start of the competition.

France will try to take revenge on its opponent who beat it at the last World Cup in 2021 at the stage, precisely, of the semi-finals (32-26).

She finally finished in 4th place, after a defeat in the small final against Spain.

The Blues are obviously keen to do better but the Swedish team will have a major advantage since they will play at home in the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm in front of an excited audience of 20,000 people who are committed to their cause.

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Two channels will broadcast the match

Two French channels will broadcast this event live.

The TF1 group, which has acquired part of the rights to the competition and broadcasts the matches of the Blues on its antennas, will offer the meeting from 8:50 p.m. on



It will be commented on by Grégoire Margotton and Philippe Gardent, a former player for the France team with 298 caps in his career and a bronze medal at the Barcelona Olympics.

The match will also be available on

beIN Sports

, which broadcasts the entire competition.

On set, Marie Patrux, surrounded by consultants Daniel Narcisse and Thierry Omeyer, will take the air from 5.30 p.m. to launch the first semi-final which will start at 5 p.m. and will pit Spain against Denmark.

From 9 p.m., the duo formed by Thomas Ferro-Villechaize and François-Xavier Houlet will bring the Blues meeting to life on beIN Sport 1.

If the French team wins, TF1 will broadcast the final at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday January 29.

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2023-01-27

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