The realm of the oval is in turmoil. Because, that’s it, the 2021/2022 rugby season has begun. In fact, after Pro D2, Top 14 resumed its rights. The 2021/2022 rugby season promises to be exciting in more ways than one. Will Stade Toulouse, winner of the Top 14 and Champions Cup, continue to establish their dominance? Will La Rochelle end up winning the title they deserve, after failing twice last season against Gaulle Toulouse? Will French rugby continue to dominate Europe in the Champions Cup? Will the French rugby team, with a new generation steeped in talent, win the Six Nations Championship and thus better prepare for the next World Cup to be held in France in 2023? As you can see, the risks do not decrease. corn, Which TV channels to subscribe and at what price to watch rugby on TV ? Here is the answer.
What subscriptions do you need owns To watch rugby in 2021/2022?
|Subscription price to watch the 2021/2022 rugby season|
|Channel +||Canal +, Canal + Offset||20.99 € / month For 1 year, then €24.99 per month (24-month commitment) or €24.99 per month without commitment|
|Channel + Sport||Canal +, Canal + Décalé, Canal + Sport, multisport package with rugby +, beIN Sports||34.99 € / month For 1 year, then €45.99 per month (24-month commitment) or €45.99 per month without commitment|
|be in sports||beIN Sports Channels||15 euros / month (without obligation)|
Note that one subscription allows you to watch the entire 2021/2022 rugby season, i.e. Top 14, Pro D2, Champions Cup and Challenge Cup: this is the Canal+ offer and the Sport+ package which includes all channels broadcasting rugby matches.
The best 14 and Pro D2 is Exclusively on Canal + Collective channels. The European Cups are available on beIN Sports, and therefore also with the channel offers, and more specifically with a subscription to the Canal + Sport offer.
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On which channels and at what time to watch the top 14 channels?
Canal+ has been a Top 14 Partner for 35 years. So it’s been going on for a few years now and The tree is far between Canal + and Top 14.
In fact, the set of encrypted strings will remainThe sole broadcaster of the French Rugby Championship until 2027. Canal + has already held the rights to broadcast TOP 14 until 2023, and has agreed to pay an additional 110 per season so that it can continue broadcasting this competition for another four years, that is, until 2027. For the duration of the competition. The Canal+ group will continue to show the seven matches of each tournament day on these channels, as well as the Canal Rugby Club magazine, which frames the prime-time poster for TOP 14.
Please note, however, that not all matches will be broadcast on Canal+. So, on which channel and at what time will the top 14 matches be broadcast every day? The answer is B 2 . programy Top 14 daysSaturday 11 and Sunday 12 September.
- Saturday 11 September 3pm (Canal + Decale): Clermont / Castries
- Saturday 11 September 3pm (Canal + Decale): Montpellier / Brive
- Saturday 11 September 3pm (Canal + Dekali): Perpignan / Biarritz
- Saturday 11th September 3pm (Canal + Dekali): Pau / Lyon
- Saturday 11 September 3pm (Canal + Decale): Bordeaux-Bigles / Stade Francais
- Saturday 11 September 9:05 pm (Channel +): Race 92 / La Rochelle
- Sunday 12 September 9:05 pm (Channel +): Toulouse / Toulon
To watch the 2021/2022 season of the Top 14 on TV, you’ll need to Subscribe to the channel +. But a simple subscription is not always enough. Because if two matches are broadcast every day on Canal+ (posters on Saturday and Sunday at 9:05pm), the other five matches can be broadcast on Canal+. channel + shift or on channels MULTI-SPORT PACKAGE (golf +, football +, rugby +). However, only the multisport package is included in the offer Channel + Sport. To learn more about the different channel offerings and how to take advantage of them, you can read our special guide.
As a reminder, for the 2021/2022 season of the top 14 teams, the participating teams are: Biarritz, Bordeaux Beagle, Brive, Perpignan, Castres, Pau, Stade Francis, Racing 92, Toulon, Montpellier, Lyon, Clermont, La Rochelle and Toulouse.
How do you watch Pro D2?
The unique and premium partner of the Top 14 Channels, The Coded Channel Group is also the broadcaster of Pro D2, Division II. But the waiting room TOP 14 does not broadcast on Canal +, but on other channels of the channel group. On each day of Pro D2, in fact, the eight matches are presented, as follows, in Rugby + channel + sports :
- First match on Thursday at 8:45 pm (Canal + Sport)
- 6 multiplex matches on Friday at 7:30 p.m. (Rugby +)
- First game on Friday at 8:45 pm (Canal + Sport)
As a reminder, for the 2021/2022 Pro D2 season, the participating teams are: Oyonnax, Colomiers, Provence Rugby, Nevers, Aurillac, Bayonne, Montauban, Carcassonne, Mont-de-Marsan, Bourg-en-Bresse, Rouen, Narbonne, Agen, Béziers and Vannes and Grenoble.
Rugby broadcast: How do you watch the Champions Cup?
Quite simply knowing how to watch the Top 14 on TV, it is also complicated to know how to arrange watching the Champions Cup, which is rugby what is the Champions League for football and brings together teams from France, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and Italy. Indeed, for the Champions Cup, unlike the top 14, there is no single announcer.
until 2022, beIN Sports remains the main broadcaster of the Champions Cup. The Qatari group channels broadcast the entire competition. But, and this is good news for viewers and rugby fans, France Télévisions also broadcasts two meetings every day. This means that two meetings will be broadcast in clear weather each day.
In the 2021/2022 season of the Champions Cup, the winner of the last edition of which is Stade Toulouse, eight French teams participate: Stade Toulouse, Stade Rochelle, Racing 92, Union Bordeaux-Bigles, ASM Clermont, Stade Francais, Castries Olympique, Montpellier HR. A total of 24 clubs participate in the Champions Cup and are divided into two groups of 12 clubs. The top eight seeded clubs from each group will advance to the knockout stage.
But before we can watch the Champions Cup on TV, we still have to wait. The competition will not resume until the weekend of December 10, 2021 and will end over the weekend of May 28, 2022 with a final at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille:
Day 1: 10/11/12 December 2021
Day Two: 17/18/19 December 2021
Day 3: 14/15/16 January 2022
Fourth day: 21/22/23 January 2022
– Round of 16 first leg: 8/9-10 April 2022
– Round of 16 second leg: 15/16/17 April
Quarter-finals: 6/7/8 May 2022
Semi-finals: 13/14/15 May 2022
Final: May 28, 2022
Broadcasting rugby: Who broadcasts the Challenge Cup?
To watch the Challenge Cup (or European Challenge) on TV, it’s Almost the same as watching the Champions Cup. The main broadcaster is beIN Sports, which broadcasts all matches. As for the France Télévisions group, it will no longer broadcast two matches but only one Challenge Cup which will take place from December 10, 2021 or May 27, 2022 in the same format as the Champions Cup, with a final as well. At the Stade Vélodrome in Marseilles.
Rugby on TV: Who broadcasts the French national team matches?
To watch rugby on TV, as we have seen, you always have to subscribe to a paid channel. But rest assured, it’s also possible to watch rugby in the clear, without having to subscribe to Canal+ or beIN Sports. Be warned, you won’t see a Top 14 or Pro D2, just a few Champions Cup and European Challenge stickers. And the matches of the French national team, starting with matches 6 Nations Championship Which is broadcast of course on France TV. The matches of the French national team for men are broadcast on France 2 and the matches of the French women’s team and under 20s are broadcast on France 4.
On the calendar side, this is France’s XV program for the 2022 6 Nations Championship:
Italy / France: February 6 at 3:15 pm.
Ireland / France: February 14 at 4 pm.
England / France: March 13 at 5:45 pm.
France / Wales: March 20 at 9 pm.
– France – Scotland: March 26 at 9 pm.
And the Rugby World Cup in 2022 and 2023, what channel is working?
This was the only remaining unknown regarding the rights to broadcast rugby on television. Since September 3, 2021, this is no longer a mystery. In fact, World Rugby and TF1 have announced that they have reached an agreement to resend rugby matches from Women’s World Cup, which will be held from 8 October to 12 November 2022 in New Zealandand based on The Men’s World Cup will be held in France from 8 to 28 October 2023 in France. The organization, which runs world rugby, and the television channel, which has been broadcasting the Rugby World Cup since 1991, renewed their agreement again.
Good news for oval ball lovers: The Rugby World Cup will be broadcast unencrypted on TF1.