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2017/2018 Ligue 1 broadcast guide

2017/2018 Ligue 1 global broadcast guide to watch the French League on TV, online, on-demand

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Août 2, 2017 Par Michelle Bonsu
Learn how to tune into Ligue 1 on TV and Online. LiveSoccerTV.com provides info on who the global broadcasters are for the French Ligue 1 across the globe by country.

Global Broadcasters for French Ligue 1

Ligue 1 (2017-18 Season) – USA Broadcasters

beIN SPORTS and TV5 Monde are the official Ligue 1 broadcasters in the USA. beIN SPORTS will air live, taped and repeat matches on television on its English and Spanish channels, while making all matches available to stream live on its subscription-based digital platform beIN SPORTS CONNECT. This also means online and mobile streams will be available via OTT services such as fuboTV, Sling and DIRECTV NOW. One match per round will additionally be available on French-language channel TV5 Monde every Saturday.

Ligue 1 (2017-18 Season) – Canada Broadcasters

beIN SPORTS’ coverage on its U.S. channels will be available to follow live in Canada via fuboTV Canada. There will also be similar telecasts on beIN SPORTS Canada, with an exhaustive list of games to watch live on beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada. Just like in the USA, TV5’s high-definition Canadian channel will provide French-language broadcasts on Saturday afternoons.

Ligue 1 (2017-18 Season) – UK Broadcasters

BT Sport hold exclusive Ligue 1 rights in the UK. The network will show live games on weekends and during midweeks on its television channels BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 3. Conventionally, these games will also be streamed live on the BT Sport app.

Ligue 1 (2017-18 Season) - Australian Broadcasters

In Australia, exclusive broadcaster beIN SPORTS will cover the Ligue 1 on TV and online. Subscribers will be able to follow the action via beIN SPORTS CONNECT on their PC and mobile devices as well.

For a list of additional countries, please visit the Ligue 1 competition page to view specific territorial broadcasting rights.

NOTE: The broadcast information on this page will be regularly updated as new broadcast information is confirmed. Please bookmark the page to check back.

How can I find out who is playing?
Visit our Ligue 1 competition page for the most current official broadcast listings.

What is the current table ranking?
Visit our Ligue 1 competition page for the latest table rankings.

2016-17 Ligue 1 Info and Highlights:

Ligue 1 Champions: Monaco

Top Scorers: 

  • 1st: Edinson Cavani - 35 goals
  • 2nd: Alexandre Lacazette - 28 goals
  • 3rd: Radamel Falcao - 21 goals

Most Assists

  • 1st: Morgan Sanson - 12 assists
  • Tied for 2nd: Jean Seri, Thomas Lemar - 10 assists
  • Tied for 3rd: Ryad Boudebouz, Bernardo Silva, Florian Thauvin - 9 assists

Best Goalkeeper: Yohann Pele (Marseille) - 18 clean sheets in 38 Ligue 1 games 

Teams Relegated: Lorient, Nancy, Bastia

Who are the 2017-18 Ligue 1 season promoted teams?

  • Promoted: Strasbourg, Amiens, Troyes

Who qualified for the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League?

Monaco, who won their first Ligue 1 title in over a decade, will be representing France in this season's Champions League. Les Rouges-et-Blancs will be joined also by PSG, who had to settle for a runners-up spot. Meanwhile, Nice, who had a very impressive campaign under Lucien Favre, will feature in a two-legged play-off against ambitious Ajax, who finished as runners-up in last season's Europa League.

*As of August 1, 2017

Who qualified for the 2017-18 UEFA Europa League?

Ligue 1's automatic representative in the upcoming edition of the Europa League will be Lyon. Olympique Marseille and Bordeaux, who finished in fifth and sixth respectively, will have to try their luck in a two-legged play-off. Marseille will play Belgian side Oostende whilst Bordeaux will lock horns with Hungarian outfit Videoton.

*As of August 1, 2017

What were the biggest summer transfers?

Many of Ligue 1's clubs have seen some movement during this summer's transfer window. Some of the biggest moves include Monaco duo Tiemoué Bakayoko and Bernardo Silva, who moved to Chelsea and Manchester City for deals worth reportedly £40M and approximately £61M (including performance-related bonuses) respectively.

Meanwhile, Monaco's rivals PSG acquired the services of veteran defender Dani Alves - all without spending a single Euro. After ending his contract with Juventus, the three-time Champions League winner opted to make the Parc des Princes his next destination. It seems Les Parisiens saved their cash to spend it all for Neymar in the imminent transfer of the century, priced at over $250M.

*As of August 1, 2017 

What were the biggest managerial changes before the start of the season?

Nantes now has a new man on the bench. Claudio Ranieri, who famously won the Premier League title with Leicester City, has taken over from Portuguese tactician Sérgio Conceição. Lille also has made some changes. Franck Passi has completed his caretaker spell, and now Marcelo Bielsa will be the man in charge for the upcoming term. Over at Saint-Etienne, Christophe Galtier resigned this past May and was replaced by Oscar Garcia, whilst Montpellier's Jean-Louis Gasset has made way for Michel Der Zakarian. 

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