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Denmark-France: for Canal + viewers deprived of TF1, here is how to watch the match at 8:45 p.m.


Users of Canal+ services no longer have access to TF1 channels since August 31. Here's how to follow the meeting

A free-to-air football match, more encrypted than ever.

Offered on television by TF1, the League of Nations meeting between Denmark and France, Sunday evening (8:45 p.m.) at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, will not however be visible to everyone.

The problem ?

The distribution agreement for the TF1 group's channels and services, concluded with the Canal+ group in 2018, expired on August 31.

Since then, and because of the commercial dispute between the two groups, users of the services of the encrypted channel can no longer watch the free channels of the TF1 group (TF1, TMC, TFX, TF1 Séries Films and LCI), unless they switch through other channels.

For followers of the Blues wishing to follow the last match of the French team on Sunday evening before their entry into the running at the 2022 World Cup (November 20-December 18), four solutions are available to you so that you can still watch from your sofa play the players of Didier Deschamps.

  • The simplest solution: connect to


    (if you are covered by a TNT transmitter), where the group's channels are accessible free of charge.

  • Switch to

    the Fransat satellite offer

    (free satellite TV), if you live in an area that is not covered by TNT.

  • Use the internet and

    the MYTF1 platform

    , by downloading the application for free (available in Google Play Store and App Store) or by connecting to the website.

  • Access the group's channels


    a telecom operator such as Free, Orange, SFR, Bouygues Telecom



    the Salto or Molotov applications,

    available on connected televisions.

  • Good game.

    Source: leparis

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