Le PSG will travel to Nice for the 32nd round of Ligue 1 (postponed match) this Wednesday at 9:00 PM CET. Here’s how to watch the match on television.

This Wednesday, as part of the 2023-2024 Ligue 1 32nd round, Paris Saint-Germain (1st) will face Nice (5th) at the Allianz Riviera, with kick-off scheduled for 9:00 PM. The match will be broadcast live and exclusively on Canal+Foot in France. International listings below.

The match will be officiated by referee Ruddy Buquet, aged 47, who has extensive experience with 309 matches refereed in Ligue 1. He will be assisted by Alexis Auger and Julien Pacelli as assistants, while Gaël Angoula will serve as the fourth official. Eric Wattelier and Mehdi Mokthari will be in charge of the video assistance.

Here is the list of all country and broadcasters.

North America and Central America:
– Brazil: ESPN
– Canada: beIN Sports
– OneSoccer (Lille OSC)
– Caribbean: ESPN
– Central America: ESPN
– Mexico: ESPN
– United States: beIN Sports

South America:
– South America: ESPN
– Suriname: ABC, SCCN, STVS

Asia and Oceania:
– Australia: beIN Sports
– Bangladesh: Rabbithole
– Brunei: beIN Sports
– Cambodia: beIN Sports
– Central Asia: Setanta Sports
– China: Migu, CCTV
– Hong Kong: beIN Sports
– Indian Subcontinent: Viacom18
– Indonesia: beIN Sports
– Japan: DAZN
– Laos: beIN Sports
– Macau: Macau Cable TV, M Plus
– Malaysia: beIN Sports
– Maldives: Ice Sports
– Myanmar: TBD
– New Zealand: beIN Sports
– Philippines: beIN Sports
– Singapore: beIN Sports
– South Korea: SBS Sports, Coupang Play
– Tajikistan: Varzish TV and Futbol TV
– Thailand: beIN Sports
– Vietnam: VTV Cab

Europe:

– Albania: SuperSport
– Andorra: Eurosport
– Armenia: Setanta Sports, Fast Sports
– Austria: DAZN
– Azerbaijan: Setanta Sports
– Belarus: Setanta Sports
– Belgium: DAZN, Play Sports
– Bosnia and Herzegovina: Arena Sport
– Bulgaria: Diema Sport
– Croatia: Arena Sport
– Cyprus: Nova Sports
– Czech Republic: Nova Sport
– Denmark: TBD
– Estonia: Setanta Sports, Go3 Sport
– Finland: TBD
– Georgia: Setanta Sports
– Germany: DAZN
– Greece: Nova Sports
– Hungary: Arena4
– Ireland: TNT Sports
– Italy: Sky Sport
– Kosovo: ArtSport, K Sport
– Latvia: Setanta Sports, Go3 Sport
– Liechtenstein: Blue Sport
– Lithuania: Setanta Sports, Go3 Sport
– Luxembourg: DAZN
– Moldova: Setanta Sports
– Montenegro: Arena Sport
– Netherlands: Ziggo Sport
– North Macedonia: Arena Sport
– Norway: TBD
– Poland: Eleven Sports, Canal+
– Portugal: DAZN
– Romania: Digi Sport, Prima Sport, Orange Sport
– Russia: Match TV, Wink (suspended from March 2022)
– San Marino: Sky Sport
– Serbia: Arena Sport
– Slovakia: Nova Sport
– Slovenia: Arena Sport
– Spain: Eurosport
– Sweden: TBD
– Switzerland: Blue Sport, Canal+
– Turkey: beIN Sports
– Ukraine: MEGOGO
– United Kingdom: TNT Sports

To watch the match on your television, you can use broadcasting devices like Chromecast or Airplay from your smartphone. Similarly, the iOS and Android apps of your TV provider, whether it’s an ISP or a paid bouquet such as Canal+, also offer the option to watch the match.

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