The Top 14 Rugby Final, a major event in international rugby, attracts a growing audience around the world, thanks to the international development activities of the National Rugby League (LNR), ensuring better media exposure across five continents.
The top two 14 teams will compete in the Top 14 finals this Friday, June 25 at 8:45 pm under the cameras of France 2 and Canal + in France.
In addition to France, more than a hundred countries will broadcast live, in English or the local language, the final clash between Stade Toulouse and St Rochelys, a month in which both have already competed in the Champions Cup final, who can enjoy it? The closing show of the international group Black Eyed Peas after the competition.
An international signal made by Canal + is available to international broadcasters using live commentary, statistics, audiovisual packaging, and pre-match on-pitch presentation boards and on-field in Stade de France. Interviews before and after the match.
Fans of the historic World Rugby will be in the finals, thanks to Premier Sport in Europe and Sky NSW (SKY) on New Zealand in the United Kingdom and Ireland on the FreeSports A (SKY) Sportivi (SKY). ESPN (ESPN 3) in Argentina and broadcasters (excluding Brazil) across South America).
Live exploitation of Middle East, Setanta Sports (Setanta Sports 2), Sub-Saharan Africa with Canal + (Canal + Sport 4) and world champions or key New Zealand and South African players. Australian players.
RDS will broadcast the final in French on Canada. Finally, thanks to the TV5 Monte network, which is also an international broadcaster, more than 200 countries around the world will benefit from the French coverage of the Top 14 Finals, which will see the best French players on the planet. Tread the lawn Stade de France.
National Rugby League President Renനെ Bous Scottle:
“The Top 14 Final perfectly reflects the excellence of French rugby and shows how impressive our championship is all over the planet. We are proud of the development policy we have been pursuing in recent years, competing to raise the legendary Brennan Shield for fans around the world to see the best players from French clubs.. ”