Olympique Lyonnais will host league-leaders Paris Saint-Germain at Groupama Stadium on Sunday at 3 p.m. ET. Find out how to watch the Division 1 Arkema deciding match from all around the world.

An undefeated PSG side will travel to Lyon on Sunday with hopes of taking down Olympique Lyonnais and lifting its first-ever Division 1 Feminine title. The Parisians have led the league since their 1-0 home win over Lyon in November and are now tasked to win or draw to secure their first French league title. 

This long-awaited fixture was supposed to take place two months ago, but it was postponed to Sunday, May 30, due to the COVID-19 outbreak within the Red and Blues squad. However, fans got their medicine when the two sides faced each other in their two-legged UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-final tie. Despite losing 1-0 at home in leg one, Paris defeated Lyon 2-1 in the second leg to advance to the semifinals thanks to away goals.

Les Fenottes are looking for revenge after being denied their sixth-consecutive European title by their domestic rivals. Lyon will need to defeat PSG at home to deprive them of their first league title and lift its fifteenth consecutive Division 1 Feminine trophy.

Lyon vs. PSG: Players to watch

The two French giants are home to some of the world’s best and most iconic footballers. 

Wendie Renard – Lyon 

Olympique Lyonnais is led by reigning UEFA Champions League Defender of the Season Wendie Renard. The 30-year-old defender has helped Lyon to 33 club titles during her 13-year stint at the club, including seven UEFA Women’s Champions League trophies and 14 Division 1 Feminine trophies. Renard is known for her aerial dominance, standing at 6’2” (1.87 m), and her ability to score goals. The Martinique-born defender has 28 goals in 124 international appearances, 29 goals in 92 UEFA club competition appearances and 98 goals in 294 domestic competition appearances.

Marie-Antoinette Katoto – PSG

French striker Marie-Antoinette Katoto arrives at the most crucial game of the 2020/21 campaign as the league’s joint-top scorer. The 21-year-old scored 21 goals in 17 games and is looking to break her personal best record of 22 goals scored in the 2018/19 season. Katoto is a proven goalscoring machine but also a team-oriented player who has eight league assists in league play. 

How to watch Lyon vs. PSG from around the world

ATA Football will stream the game live in the UK, Ireland, Germany and Italy. ESPN+ will stream the game in the USA. For more broadcast information, check the listings below.


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Olympique Lyonnais Féminines 0 - 0 PSG Féminines

May 30, 2021 3:00pmGroupama Stadium (Décines-Charpieu)

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