The football championship in Germany resumes its rights at the same time as in France and England. This Friday, August 5, it is the Bavarian ogre, Bayern Munich, which opens the season on the lawn of Eintracht Frankfurt. French teammates Kingsley Coman and Lucas Hernandez are seeking an eleventh consecutive league title. Facing them will still be their eternal rivals from Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen or RedBull Leipzig, all ready to finally put an end to this hegemony.
A waltz of attackers in Germany
Patrick Schick, the Bayer Leverkusen striker can smile. His two main rivals in the race for the title of top scorer in the championship flew to other clubs. Indeed, after eight years and 222 goals in the Bundesliga, the intractable Robert Lewandowski left Bayern Munich to join FC Barcelona. His other rival, the Norwegian Erling Haaland decided to join Manchester City after two and a half years at Dortmund. To replace them, Sadio Manethe former Liverpool striker, joined Bavaria while the new German nugget, the versatile Karim Adeyemi, came to strengthen Borussia. Enough to compete with the team that has reigned supreme for ten years? Answer in May 2023.
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Who broadcasts the Bundesliga in France?
The only French broadcaster of the Bundesliga, the German championship, is beIN Sports. The group is the only one to hold the broadcasting rights, and this, until 2025. All the matches are broadcast on the various channels. For enthusiasts, know that the offer is available digitally, at 15 euros per month, without obligation. Otherwise, you have to go through the offers offered by your Internet operator. Canal+ subscribers can add the beIN Sports offer to their Canal+Sport packages.
Day 1 TV program
Friday August 5
8:30 p.m.: Eintracht Frankfurt – Bayern Munichlive on beIN Sports 1
Saturday August 6
3:30 p.m.: Union Berlin – Herta Berlinlive on beIN Sports 2
3:30 p.m.: Borussia M’Gladbach – Hoffenheimlive on beIN Sports 4
3:30 p.m.: Wolfsburg – Werder Bremenlive on beIN Sports 5
3:30 p.m.: Bochum – Mainzlive on beIN Sports 6
3:30 p.m.: Augsburg – Freiburglive on beIN Sports 7
6.30 p.m .: Borussia Dortmund – Bayer Leverkusenlive on beIN Sports 1
Sunday August 7
3:30 p.m.: VfB Stuttgart – RB Leipziglive on beIN Sports 2
5:30 p.m .: FC Cologne – Schalke 04live on beIN Sports 2