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The LDC broadcast on a new channel

To broadcast the two best posters of each day of the Champions League (as well as its two Ligue 1 posters), Canal+ has created a new channel called Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information).

Canal+ will delight its sports fans. For the coming school year, the sports service of the encrypted channel is launching two new channels to broadcast its numerous competitions and its programmes: Canal+ Sport 360, which replaces Canal+ Décalé and which is in the basic offer of Canal+ (20, €99/month), as well as Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information), accessible via the Sport pack (€34.99/month).

Everything on (Site notre bureau spécialisé) on Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information)

Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information) will offer the entire (Site notre bureau spécialisé) offer of C+, namely the two matches of League 1 (Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon), the two best posters of each day of Champions League (One on Tuesday, another on Wednesday), as well as the Premier League and one Europa League or Europa League Conference meeting per European week.

Canal+’s premium channel will still not offer live (Site notre bureau spécialisé), but Canal+ Sport 360, which is therefore available without the sports pack, will broadcast the Wednesday evening LDC poster (but not the Tuesday one), the League match 1 of Saturday evening (but not that of Sunday), as well as the shock of PL of Sunday at 5 p.m.

The return of (Site notre blog d’information) day every day

Another novelty: the late (Site notre bureau spécialisé) club animation by Eric Besnard will become (Site notre blog d’information) day, you Monday to Friday at 8:30 p.m., on Canal+ (Site notre blog d’information). the Late Sport 360, presented by Nicolas Tourriol or Virginie Ramel, reviewed on the news of all sports from Monday to Friday at 11 p.m. The program of Infosport +, the channel in continuity, is also retrospective on Canal + Sport 360.

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