PREMIUM VIDEO LIGUE 1. The 6th day of Ligue 1 is on the program this weekend. Several derbies take place including Monaco-Nice but the big meeting takes place on Sunday with PSG-Lyon. The match will be broadcast exclusively on Amazon Prime Video via the Ligue 1 Pass, available by subscription. Price, subscription terms, conditions … We tell you everything!
[Mis à jour le 17 septembre 2021 à 19h10] After the start of the Champions League and the Europa League this week, the Ligue 1 soap opera starts again this weekend with the 6th day on the program. The posters will be numerous with several derbies including the hot Nice-Monaco and Lens-Lille. The shock will take place on Sunday evening with the first big meeting for PSG: PSG-Lyon exclusively on Amazon Prime Video for subscribers who have subscribed to the Pass Ligue 1. They will be able to watch 8 matches live during the weekend. like Strasbourg-Metz on Friday but also Lens-Lille, Angers-Nantes, Nice-Monaco, Clermont-Brest, Reims-Lorient and Troyes-Montpellier.
That’s not your situation ? You hesitate or do not know how to subscribe? Here is all the practical information. To subscribe to this video streaming service, all you have to do is access the Amazon Prime Video platform on your connected TV or via the subscription area of your internet TV decoder. It is also possible to watch Amazon Prime Video and all the games on your smartphone or tablet. An account allows you to be able to connect with three different devices. What to afford multiplex entertainment at home! The Amazon Prime Ligue 1 pass allows you to benefit from the analyzes of Amazon consultants like Mathieu Bodmer, Ludovic Giuly or the former scorer of the France team Thierry Henry. Here is all the practical information to subscribe in a few clicks and enjoy the matches of your favorite team.
You hesitate to subscribe but do not know the terms? The offer is simple and consists of two stages:
- First, you need a valid Amazon Prime membership. This subscription allows you to benefit from free and faster delivery of Amazon packages but also and above all to access the Amazon Prime Video streaming platform. Amazon Prime is billed at 49.99 euros if you opt for a one-year subscription or 5.99 per month (without commitment).
- Second step, on the Amazon Prime Video streaming platform, you subscribe to the “Pass Ligue 1”, billed 12.99 euros per month, an offer without commitment. The subscription can therefore be terminated at any time. You can already subscribe directly online to watch all the big Ligue 1 matches. To subscribe and find all the information, you can access the site directly by clicking below.
To watch the matches, simply download the Amazon Prime Video application on your tablet, smartphone, connected television … or directly on your computer. The Amazon Prime Video app is also available on PS4, PS5 or Xbox One game consoles, on the Google Chromecast decoder or via the Orange, Bouygues Telecom, SFR, Free and Apple TV boxes.
How much does the Ligue 1 subscription cost on Amazon Prime Video ? First step, the Amazon Prime subscription is sold € 49 per year or if you prefer € 5.99 per month (after a trial period of one month). Both offers are non-binding. This is a subscription that allows you to access the Amazon Prime Video streaming catalog but also Amazon Prime expedited delivery among other benefits. To access the matches of the French championship, it will be necessary to subscribe in addition to the Amazon Prime Ligue 1 option, the “Pass Ligue 1” which will cost an additional € 12.99 in addition to the classic subscription.
To launch its new offer dedicated to the French championship, Amazon Prime Video offered its subscribers a free trial offer. From August 1 to 29, each Amazon Prime Video subscriber could test the Prime Ligue 1 offer for seven days in order to discover the platform dedicated to French football. Since August 29, 2021, however, it is no longer possible to try the coup with the free trial, the offer has expired … You must now subscribe to access the matches but the offer remains without commitment and therefore cancellable at any time.
This 2021-2022 season, it is therefore within the Amazon Prime Video subscription that French football fans will be able to discover 80% of Ligue 1 matches, i.e. the matches that Médiapro had bought before ending up in default of payment. To be precise, this represents 8 matches broadcast on Amazon Prime Video per day of the Ligue 1 championship, including all the most beautiful posters. Amazon has globally recovered the old Médiapro-Téléfoot contract with 8 matches broadcast each day out of the 10 on the program. Amazon Prime Video offers especially the biggest poster of the day in Ligue 1, generally on Sunday evening. OM-PSG, PSG-Lyon, Lyon-Saint-Etienne, Monaco-Marseille or Lille-PSG should therefore be broadcast each time on Amazon. The matches will be commented live. Smail Bouabdellah and Julien Brun, passed by BeIN Sports, will notably be in the comments.
Here is a summary of how a Ligue 1 day will be structured on Amazon Prime Ligue 1:
- 1st game on Friday at 9 p.m.
- 2nd game on Saturday at 5 p.m.
- 3 matches on Saturday at 8 p.m.
- 6th game on Sunday at 1 p.m.
- 7th game on Sunday at 3 p.m.
- Weekly magazine every Sunday at 7 p.m.
- 8th game on Sunday at 8:45 p.m. (best poster of the day)
We know the program and the posters for the 6th day of Ligue 1 on Amazon Prime Video. 8 of the 10 matches are broadcast while Canal ++ keeps the scoop on the last two matches (namely Saint-Etienne-Bordeaux and Marseille-Reims). Below, we invite you to discover the full schedule of matches for Day 6 broadcast on Amazon Prime Ligue 1.
Friday 17th September
Strasbourg-Metz at 9 p.m.
Saturday 11 September
Lens-Lille at 5 p.m.
Sunday September 12
- Nice-Monaco at 1 p.m.
- Angers-Nantes at 3 p.m.
- Clermont-Brest at 3 p.m.
- Reims-Lorient at 3 p.m.
- Troyes-Montpellier at 3 p.m.
- PSG-Lyon at 8:45 p.m.
In addition to eight live matches per day, subscribers will be able to enjoy a 15-minute show before and after each match as well as at half-time and a weekly magazine every Sunday at 7 p.m. This one, presented by journalist Marina Lorenzo, is accessible every Sunday to all Amazon Prime subscribers, even to those who have not subscribed to the Amazon Prime Ligue 1 option. Subscribers will also be able to find all the matches in replay. for 7 days.
Do you have access to Ligue 1 matches when you are only subscribed to Amazon Prime? The answer is no. This is an additional subscription. You do not automatically have access to the French championship if you are already an Amazon Prime subscriber. If this addition interests you, it will cost you the price of the additional option, an option called “Pass Ligue 1” (see previous paragraphs) billed 12.99 euros per month.
This is one of the questions that subscribers to streaming services are particularly fond of, multi-screen viewing is very important to potential customers. On Twitter, Amazon announced that the Amazon Prime Ligue 1 subscription allows you to “watch up to three different matches simultaneously using the same Amazon account, and watch the same match on two devices at the same time.” In addition, Amazon Prime Ligue 1 customers can watch the same game on three different devices at the same time, the US giant has confirmed on its website.