TV guide: where to follow the 2021 NFL season in France?

Luckily, NFL TV rights are not as complicated to follow as football rights. But before the start of the school year, a small point is still needed.

Free: The Team is back on track

Arrived last year in the NFL landscape, the L’Équipe channel will continue this season to offer one game per week, the playoffs and the Super Bowl. All for free.

New, after the 7 p.m. match, the last quarter of another match in this time slot will be broadcast.

During the first two weeks, the match will be broadcast on The Live Team (web). Then, direction the channel 21 of the TNT.

First meeting on September 12 at 7 p.m., with the meeting between the Steelers and Bills. Peter Anderson will be on commentary, with Sebastien Sejean as consultant.

Rate : free

The total in French: beIN Sports

Since 2013, beIN Sports has been the main NFL broadcaster in France. Last year, the Qataris channel extended its lease with the league for three seasons.

The coverage will once again be very comprehensive, with the majority of matches live, the RedZone (multiplex) on Sunday at 7 p.m., the playoffs and the Super Bowl.

It starts this Thursday, with the opening meeting between the Buccaneers and the Cowboys.

Broadcasts and reruns do not always take place on the same channel. Keep an eye on the program of the channel and the social networks of the journalists of the channel to know the programming from one week to the next.

Rate : 15 euros / month, without commitment.

The total (and more) in English: NFL Game Pass

All matches. Live or in replay. The Red Zone. The NFL Network channel. Documentaries. The cover of the Draft. All in the original version.

For English-speaking American football fans (or who want to progress in English), le Game Pass is the essential tool.

Rate : 194.99 euros for a full subscription valid until July 31, 2022. 49.99 euros for the RedZone and the summaries in 40 minutes.

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