A major event of international rugby, the Top 14 Rugby Finals attracts an ever-increasing audience around the world, thanks to the international development work of the National Rugby League (LNR), ensuring increased media exposure on five continents.
This Friday, June 25, 2021 at 8:45 pm the two best TOP 14 teams will compete in the TOP 14 finals in France under the cameras of FRANCE 2 and CANAL+.
Beyond France, more than 100 countries will broadcast live in English or the local language, the final clash between Stade Toulouse and Stade Rochelles, both already in the Champions Cup final, is a month away, and who will be able to enjoy the match after. The closing show of the international group of Black Eyed Peas.
An international signal produced by Canal+, the Stade de France provides international broadcasters with live commentary, statistics and audiovisual packaging of matches in English, as well as a pre-match on-pitch presentation board and on-field. Interview before and after match
Fans of the historic land of World Rugby will be at the rendezvous of the final, whether thanks to Premier Sports in Europe, which will broadcast the match for free in Oceania in the United Kingdom and Ireland with Sky NZ on its FreeSports channel. SPORT 1) for New Zealand and the Pacific Islands with Digicel (TVWAN ACTION), in Africa with SABC in Clear (SABC Sport) for South Africa, or in Argentina with ESPN (ESPN 3), throughout the South America region Also broadcaster (except Brazil).
Central Asia, Setanta Sports (Setanta Sports 2) as well as Sub-Saharan Africa with Canal+ (Canal + Sport 4) will also be able to watch the live adventures of New Zealand and South African stars who are world champions or leading players, Australian player.
RDS will broadcast the finals in French in Canada. Finally, thanks to the TV5 Monde network, which is also an international broadcaster, more than 200 countries around the world will benefit from French coverage of the Top 14 finals, which will also feature the best French players on the planet. Stade de France.
René Bouscatel, President of the National Rugby League:
“The TOP 14 final fully embodies the excellence of French rugby and demonstrates how attractive our championship is to every place on the planet. We are proud of the development policy we have adopted in recent years, allowing fans from around the world to compete with the best players from French clubs to lift the legendary Brenes Shield.”