France-Poland: how to watch the Euro 2024 match in streaming?

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After meeting Austria and the Netherlands, the Blues will conclude the group stage by facing Poland, this Tuesday June 25, 2024 at 9 p.m. at Signal Iduna Park. Faced with the Poles, dead last in group D with 0 points, Didier Deschamps' men have a ticket to the eighth by securing the 3 points.

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The 51 matches of Euro 2024 are offered via a free-to-air offer and a paid offer. Here's how to watch the meeting in streaming, and on which channels.

Culminating at 4 points after two days, 2nd in their group taking into account the goal difference, the French are in pole position to secure a place in eighth, we still have to drive the point home this evening. Losing would make the task more complicated, since the French team will then have to be among the best 3rd in all groups to hope to be drafted for the round of 16. Poland, the first nation eliminated from this Euro, has nothing to play for, except to save honor.

After two disappointing confrontations against Austria and the Netherlands (win and draw), the Blues must at all costs end this group stage on a positive note, having still not scored a single goal in the competition. . Despite the small scare concerning Kylian Mbappé, the ex-PSG striker should finally be able to play in tonight's match, after appearing masked in training.

For Polish players, the results are more mixed. 5 goals conceded in two games, first team eliminated from Euro 2024 and exited through the back door for what was surely the last European Championship of Robert Lewandowski, most capped player (151 caps) and top scorer (81 goals ) Polish. Even if qualification is impossible, Poland will look to come out with their heads held high.

A thrilling outcome for the rest of the competition not to be missed, to be seen from 6 p.m. on BeIN Sports 1, TF1 and TF1+.

After months of standoff, it was finally the Qatari firm which won the broadcasting rights of the competition. The channel covers all Euro matches, including 26 matches for which it has exclusivity.

  • BeIN Sports Connect : find your programs on MyCANAL from your different devices
    Price : €15/month (no commitment), €7.50/month for those under 26 (no commitment)

  • BeIN Sports: find your programs from your Canal+ (channel 66), Orange (channel 46), Bouygues (channel 51), Free (channel 31) and SFR (channel 115) box
    Price : 15 €/month (without commitment)

TF1 / TF1+

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