TV program: what time and on which channel to see the matches of the 32nd finals of the Coupe de France

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TV program: what time and on which channel to see the matches of the 32nd finals of the Coupe de France

Who will succeed FC Nantes in the Coupe de France winners? This weekend, the Ligue 1 teams enter the competition on the occasion of the 32nd finals. Favorite, Paris Saint-Germain moves this Friday evening on the ground of Châteauroux (9 p.m.). Saturday, the main clash will oppose the Girondins de Bordeaux (2nd in Ligue 2) to Stade Rennais (4th in Ligue 1).

This season, the Coupe de France is no longer broadcast on Eurosport, but on BeIN Sports. Find all the posters for the 32nd finals scheduled for this weekend, the schedules and the broadcast channels.

Friday January 6

Grenoble – Nimes (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 5

Paris – Montpellier (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 4

Paris FC – Valenciennes (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 6

Strasbourg – Angers (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 2

Chateauroux – Paris SG (9 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 1

Saturday January 7

Grasse – Le Tampon (1 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 5

Evreux-Bastia (1 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 4

Marseille – Hyeres (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 1 and France 3

Avranches – Brest (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 7

Linas-Montlhery – Lens (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 5

FCOSK 06 – Clermont (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 6

London – Metz (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 4

Monaco – Rodez (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 6

Le Puy – Nice (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 7

Plabennec – Vannes (6 p.m.) on BeIN web (on the BeIN Sports website)

Granville – Niort (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 8

Thaon – Amiens (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 9

Villerupt – Annecy (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 10

Vire – Nantes (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 5

Bordeaux – Rennes (8:45 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 1

Sunday January 8

South Jura – Ajaccio (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 4

The Chestnut Grove – Lorient (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 3

Belfort – Saint-Quentin (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 6

Loon-Plage – Reims (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 5

Chamalieres – Bourges (3:30 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 7

Aubagne – Chambery (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 7

Lannion – Toulouse (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 5

Pontivy – The Herbaria (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 9

Dunkirk – Auxerre (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 3

Chinon-Vierzon (6 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 10

Lille – Troyes (8:45 p.m.) on BeIN Sports 1

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