Rugby 7 – Vancouver 2022 Tournament (TV / Streaming) Saturday Which channels will follow the Sevens Series?

Rugby VIII - Tournoi de Vancouver 2022 (TV/Streaming) Sur quelles chaines suivre le Sevens Series samedi ?

After the promising tournament in Singapore last weekend, the Blues went to Canada for the sixth stop on the world circuit. Discover the TV program Saturday, April 16, 2022!

On which TV channel will Vancouver follow the 2022 tournament?

All tournament matches will be televised live Rugby + (Multisports 6 – Canal 258). Live on-air this Saturday, April 16th 6:00 to 4:00 p.m.. Comments will be provided Fanny Horta, Paul Albaladejo, Thibault Pallardet, Pierre Doddies

Blues program this Saturday
6pm: Argentina / France
:3 9:33 pm: Ireland / France
00:22: France / Scotland

View in RUGBY +

How to watch the Vancouver Tournament 2022 In streaming ?

With the offering streaming offer Canal Plus And his website myCANAL, You can watch the tournament on TV, computer, tablet and smartphone. If you are not a subscriber, find out more Click here.

See MyCanal.

Presentation of Vancouver Tournament 2022

The French will findIreland, Who did they beat in a pool match in Singapore. The Blues will face another European opponentScotland, Winner of the only meeting in Asia. Finally, the men’s Jerome Darrett and Nicholas Lerox will challenge at the opening of the tournament.ArgentineFifth in Singapore.

Pool A: Fiji, USA, Kenya, England
Pool B: New Zealand, Samoa, Wales and Japan
Pool C: Australia, South Africa, Spain and Canada
Pool D: Ireland, Argentina, France and Scotland

Jerome Dorret (France 7 coach) : “The final ranking in the HSBC Singapore Sevens was not what we expected. We draw with the stage champion and semi-finalist, which allows us to believe in our chances for the next tournament. This still allows us to improve some of the details to move on to the next step. Our goal for the HSBC Vancouver Sevens is to use this collective energy to increase the skill and accuracy of certain critical game situations. The tournament in Vancouver is the second and final part of our April tour. This is a stage where the real need for collective regeneration is needed, as further recovery is required as the team is subjected to a drastic change in temperature and considerable jet lag. Indicators are green, we just need to make it possible. “

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