On August 17, the French audiovisual landscape will welcome new channels. Mediapro, new holder of the rights of Ligue 1 Uber Eats and some Ligue 2 BKT until 2024, has joined forces with the TF1 group to use the Telefoot identity. Thanks to an agreement with RMC Sport, current holder of the Champions League and theEuropa League, the group will also broadcast all the European competitions on its channels. It now remains for him to seduce subscribers, especially since Telefoot is for the moment not available through conventional channels (SFR is the only operator to broadcast these channels).
First step, the offers.
Between 14.90 and 29.90 euros per month
Three offers will be offered at launch, broken down into four formulas. The first, marketed 14.90 euros per month, only offers access to Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 from a mobile or tablet. Telefoot will block the streaming of the stream on Apple TV or Chromecast, just to limit this formula to people who have only a small screen. It remains to be seen if the smart kids will find a way around these restrictions.
AT 25.90 euros per month (12 month contract) or 29.90 euros per month (without commitment), the second formula is undoubtedly the most classic. In addition to Ligue 1 and Ligue 2, it allows you to watch all European competitions, all in 4K HDR. In addition to mobile devices, this time it is possible to install Telefoot on your connected TV, your Android TV decoder, your Apple TV or your game console.
Finally, this offer was already known, Mediapro offers a Telefoot + Netflix formula with a one-year commitment for 29.90 euros per month. If you have already subscribed to the SVOD service, you will be able to keep your account and switch billing to your Telefoot account.
In its frequently asked questions, Mediapro indicates that, during evenings where several matches will take place at the same time, it will broadcast a multiplex on its main channel. Each time, as many live streams will be created as matches are playing. Everything will be accessible in the application. The most pessimistic have reason to be reassured, the Spanish giant seems to have done things seriously.