Le PSG et sa MNM font faire leur retour en Ligue des champions. (icon sport)

The TV program from September 5th to 11th with the great return of the Champions League

The Champions League resumes its rights this week and should give us some great games. But we don’t forget the C3 and the C4, but also the European Championships. Discover the TV program of the week. More

Tuesday 6 September: PSG return to the Champions League

She is back. We left them at the Stade de France with a fourteenth win for Real Madrid against Liverpool. A few months later, the Champions League returns to TV with great games at the start of the 2022/2023 season.

PSG take on Juventus in Group H on their pitch. The match will be followed on Canal + Foot and RMC Sport 1 from 9 p.m. In the other interesting matches of the day, Real Madrid join Celtic Glasgow (9pm, beIN Sports 1), Manchester City meet Sevilla FC in Andalusia (9pm, beIN Sports 3). Chelsea play their match against Dinamo Zagreb at 18:45 on beIN Sports 1.

Wednesday 07 September: OM will not watch it on TV

This Wednesday is a big day for Olympique de Marseille, who celebrate their comeback in the Champions League. Igor Tudor’s men meet Tottenham in London. The meeting will be followed from 9pm on Canal + and RMC Sport. Other shocks are in store for you, notably a tantalizing Napoli-Liverpool (9pm, beIN Sport 3) or even Bayern Munich’s trip to the pitch of Inter Milan (9pm, beIN Sports 1).

After Ligue 1 place in C1 for OM. (symbol sport)

But since life isn’t just about the Champions League, you also have the chance to watch the late day 2 Ligue 1 game between Lorient and Olympique Lyonnais. It will be available on Prime Video at 7 p.m.

Thursday 08 September: Monaco, Rennes and Nice on the bridge in Europe

Whoever says Europawoche says Europa League and Europa League Conference. And France will have three representatives. AS Monaco challenges Belgrade’s Red Star in a very heated game that will be broadcast on RMC Sport 1 at 9pm. For its part, Stade Rennais travels to Cyprus to take on AEK Larnaca (18:45, RMC Sport 2). FC Nantes welcomes Olympiakos to a first big game in C3 (9 p.m., W9, C+Foot). In C4, Nice welcomes Cologne on the Allianz Riviera (6.45 p.m., RMC Sport).

One game to be followed closely is that between Manchester United and Real Sociedad at Old Trafford in Group E. It will be broadcast on RMC Sport 2 and RMC Sport Live 4 from 9pm.

Friday 9 September: Ligue 1 Matchday 7 begins

Not much to do this Friday night? Don’t worry, Ligue 1 has you covered and offers you the RC Lens vs ESTAC meeting in Bollaert in prime time (and on Prime Video). The game starts at 9 p.m.

Saturday, September 10: Paris and Marseille return to coal

Like every Saturday, the TV program is loaded. In Ligue 1 you will find two posters with first the reception of Brest from PSG (5pm, Prime Video). At 9pm OM will host Paulo Fonseca’s LOSC (Canal + Foot).

In England, Chelsea will make a short trip to Fulham (1.30pm, C+ Foot) before Liverpool host Wolverhampton (4pm, C+ Foot). At 6.30 p.m. the match of the day between Manchester City and Tottenham finally takes place (6.30 p.m.).

Sunday 11 September: Ligue 1, you want some, please

At the end of the week, the French championship offers you another hearty Sunday. We’ll start quietly at 1pm with Strasbourg-Clermont (Prime Video) before moving on to the four multiplex games: Ajaccio-Clermont, Toulouse-Reims, Angers-Montpellier and Lorient-Nantes. At 5:05pm, Stade Rennais hosts Auxerre (C+ Foot) before Monaco and Lyon face off in this seventh day of Ligue 1 (8:45pm, Prime Video).

Maxence Caqueret, in Parc OL against Angers.  (symbol sport)
Maxence Caqueret, in Parc OL against Angers. (symbol sport)

In England, Arsenal will challenge Everton at the Emirates Stadium (3pm, C+ Foot) while Manchester United travel to Crystal Palace (5.30pm, Canal +). You will understand, you will not be bored in front of your TV this week.


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