The L’Equipe channel recovers the World Judo Championships, beIN and France Télé remain rugby broadcasters

Louise Bernard
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1:51 p.m., September 09, 2022

According to information from “Puremédias”, the L’Equipe channel becomes the official broadcaster of the next World Judo Championships. The competition will take place from October 6 to 13 in Uzbekistan. France Télévisions and beIN Sports keep the rights to broadcast the European rugby cups until 2026.

And one more sport for the L’Équipe channel. Channel 21 has just got its hands on the rights to the Judo Worlds, according to information from “Puremédias”. The judo competition will take place from October 6 to 13 in Uzbekistan, with Teddy Riner as a participant. To present this new Mondial, the channel has decided to put journalist Messaoud Benterki in charge. “He will be surrounded by commentators and consultants. A special system will be put in place,” said Jérôme Saporito, director of the L’Équipe channel.

France Télé and beIN co-broadcaster of rugby until 2026

Other information: France Télévisions and beIN Sport have extended their agreement to broadcast the European rugby cups: the Champions Cup and the Challenge Cup. The two groups will keep the rights to broadcast the matches until 2026. Information that the newspaper L’Équipe had revealed in early August, and which has become official.

For the next four years, beIN Sports will broadcast the entire European Cup (Champions Cup) and a selection of Challenge Cup matches. The France Télévisions group for him, co-broadcast two matches of the Champions Cup on France 2, and a match of the European Rugby Cup, no longer on France 4 but on France 3.

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