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Press Release: Coupe de France – A Worldwide Exposure

Saturday 27th of April 2019 – Stade de France, Paris

The ‘Coupe de France’ Final between the clubs of Stade Rennais and Paris Saint-Germain, will be broadcast worldwide. Outside France, 32 TV channels will broadcast Live the Match in 160 territories as detailed hereafter:

In French Language on Canal+ Sport, available in all Subsahara territories of Africa (48 countries).

Europe: Sport1 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), Premiere (UK), Viasat (Denemark, Sweden, Norway), MTV (Finland), Sport TV (Portugal), Nova TV (Greece and Cyprus), BeIn Sports (Spain, Turkey), Fox Sport (Netherlands).

Eastern Europe: Football Channel (Russia) , Polsat (Poland), O2 (Czech Republic, Slovakia), Max Sport (Bulgaria), Dolce sport (Romania), Digitalb (Albania & Kosovo), Sportklub (Serbia, Croatia, Bosniea Herzegovine, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenija), Silk sport (Georgia).

Rest of the world: DAZN (Japan), DSport (India), GOL TV (Central and south America – except Brazil), Fox Sport (Brazil), BeIn Sports (USA, Canada, MENA and 8 territories in Asia).

As a reminder, the ‘Coupe de France’ Final will be broadcast in France on France 2 and Eurosport at 19h05 GMT, and the Coupe Gambardella-Crédit Agricole (U-19) Final on France 4 and Eurosport at 15h15 GMT the same day.

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