Top 14. Top 14 migrate to the United Kingdom and Ireland!

This is news that will please the officials of Tricolor Rugby. this Wednesday, Irish channel Premier Sports announced that it has acquired the rights to broadcast the Top 14 from this weekend to 2023! As a result, the United Kingdom and Ireland will be able to follow our championship as closely as possible from Friday evening during the Stade Francais-Lyon match. Premier Sports has confirmed that play-offs, semi-finals and finals will be broadcast live simultaneously over the past two days. The channel, which is the broadcaster of Pro 14 or the current Rainbow Cup, welcomed such an announcement in a press release on its site: ”The Top 14 is recognized worldwide as one of the most intense club rugby competitions, including the world’s best players from France, New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina, United Kingdom and Australia.”.

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As previously mentioned, The Irish group will therefore broadcast the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons, with a choice of four live matches and a weekly show of the best moments of each day.. The matches will be available on Premier Sports 1 and 2 as well as other channels on Freesports. Also on the Premier Sports website, René Boscatel, President of LNR, was also excited at the announcement: ”The TOP 14 is the most attractive rugby league in the world, and we look forward to strengthening our ties with two rugby countries: the UK and Ireland. We are delighted that the British and Irish public, who are familiar with the sport, can follow the adventures of the world’s best players every weekend until 2023 thanks to Premier Sports. ” For his part, Premier Sports CEO Richard Sweeney concluded: “Premier Sports is completely happy to bring even more world-class live rugby to its sports fan channels by acquiring the rights to the famous Top 14 in Europe. The Top 14 has a large number of the world’s biggest rugby players and is represented by the 14 most successful clubs in France with a strong identity and enthusiastic fans. The competition has a great legacy, brings intensity and drama to every day and has a respected reputation for attracting the interest of rugby fans around the world. ”

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