Canal Plus has secured French rights to the UEFA Europa League in a three-season deal that begins at the start of the 2024/25 season through 2027. The contract grants the pay-television operator’s subscribers access to live Europa League games on multiple platforms, along with match highlights and supplementary shows around the competition.
Pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has secured French rights to the UEFA Champions League from 2024/25 to 2026/27. The three-year deal comes as part of a contract with UEFA for club competitions for the 2024-2027 cycle. Canal Plus’ Champions League coverage in France includes live matches, highlights and auxiliary shows in high definition across multiple platforms.
Pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has maintained their broadcast rights to the English Premier League in France until 2025 after successfully extending their three year deal. As per terms of their contract, Canal will provide full coverage of all 380 matches over the course of the 2021/22 season, up until the conclusion of the 2024/25 campaign. Viewers will also be able to access on-demand options and live-streaming using Canal’s dedicated app, myCANAL as well as the Canal Plus Premier League digital platform.
Pay-TV broadcaster Canal+ has secured non-exclusive rights to the UEFA Europa League in France. The deal between the network and Europe’s football governing body will see Canal+ cover at least 16 matches per season, starting from 2021-22. The agreement, which compels Canal+ to share coverage with a French free-to-air (FTA) broadcaster, also involves the newer Europa League Conference competition.
Canal+ has secured the rights to 34 live UEFA Champions League matches in France. The pay-TV broadcaster will show the games on its linear channels and make the live streams available on its over-the-top (OTT) platform, myCanal.
Canal+ has agreed to share coverage of the Premier League in France for the 2019-22 cycle with RMC Sport TV channels, after initially acquiring exclusive multi-platform rights for the competition. The agreed sub-license deal still allows flagship channel Canal+, along with Canal+ Sport and Canal+ Décalé to participate in the broadcasts of all 380 games in high definition, whether live or delayed. Subscribers may be able to stream Canal+ channels' Premier League fixtures online and on the network's mobile apps.