On any channel to follow France matches and the entire competition?

Just a few days after the European Men’s Basketball Championship and the beautiful run of the French national team that stopped in the final against Spain, it was the girls’ turn to search for a new podium. A bronze medalist at last year’s Tokyo Olympics, Les Bleu is in Group B with Serbia, Japan, Mali, Canada and Australia. The first group includes Belgium, China, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Puerto Rico, Korea and the United States. At the end of the group stage, these 12 nations will try to win qualification and a ticket to the quarter-finals. The knockout matches will then begin. After training sessions and preparatory matches, Marine Fauthux and its partners dream of a new international platform.

Basketball World Cup 2022: A two-faced French team in preparation

With the start of the World Cup, the French team made up of Céline Domerc (general manager) and Jean-Amy Toubani (coach) followed a rather lengthy preparation. It started at the beginning of August at Insep, in Paris, and was decorated with training, closed-doors confrontation and friendly matches. In this context, the Blues faced Bosnia and Herzegovina first, at the Palais des Sports in Marseille (victory 87-52), before a double confrontation against Belgium that saw the French team win in Pau (74-55), and then in Kortrijk (69). -76). About ten days ago, the players and the entire apparatus settled in Sydney. On September 16, as part of its preparations, France lost to Australia (88-92) before recording a new setback against Japan, the vice Olympic champion (58-69).

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The twelve players for the French national team

After this final test is open to the public – France faced the United States on Monday, September 19 in a match played behind closed doors – the list of twelve players selected for the 2022 World Cup has been revealed. C will join Eliana Robert, who is currently in the WNBA Final with Las Vegas, to the France group at the end of the season with franchisees Mariam Badian, Lisa Berkani, Alexia Chartreau, Kendra Cherry, Helena Siak, Marines Fothox, Sarah Michelle and Marie – Yves Paget, Anna Tadic and Gabe Williams were selected. The blue team, already deprived of captain Sandrine Groda (injured), scored the Marines’ expulsion of Johannes (muscular injury) Monday evening. It was replaced by the Mamignan Touré.

Basketball TV Program – Women’s World Cup: How do you follow the matches of the French national team? What is the competition schedule?

Tricolor fans have already put on Thursday, September 22nd in their tablets. Les Bleues have already started their tournament against Australia, from day one of the competition. The good news is that, unlike the road cycling world championships, it will not always be necessary to get up at dawn to watch the performance of the French national team. Matches can be watched on BeIn Sports’ antennas. Throughout the competition, Xavier Fochon and Audrey Saure will comment on the French team’s meetings. Before each Les Bleues match, Mary Patrux and Sandrine Gruda (Les Bleues captain, injured) will analyze and decipher the meetings. For their part, Adeo Lala, Chris Singleton, Frederic Schweikert and Frederic Weiss will be on the microphone during the other matches of the competition.
Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 – Schedule
Thursday, September 22
2 h 30:
Bosnia and Herzegovina / Puerto Rico, live on BeIn Sports Max 4
3 o’clock: USA/Belgium, live on BeIn Sports 1
05:00.: Canada/Serbia, live on BeIn Sports 2
06:00.: Japan / Mali, live broadcast on BeIn Sports Max 5
9:30 am.: South Korea/China, Live Streaming on BeIn Sports Max 5
12:30pm A/F time, live on BeIn Sports 1

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Friday 23 September
2 h 30:
Puerto Rico / USA, broadcast live on BeIn Sports 1
04:00.: Serbia / Japan, live broadcast on BeIn Sports Max 5
05:00.: Belgium / South Korea, live broadcast on BeIn Sports 1
6:30 am.: China / Bosnia and Herzegovina, live on BeIn Sports Max 5
10am: France/Canada, live on BeIn Sports 1
12:30 pm:
Mali / Australia, live on BeIn Sports Max 5

Saturday 24 September
6:30 am.:
USA/China, Live Streaming on BeIn Sports 1
10:00 am: Bosnia and Herzegovina / South Korea, live broadcast on BeIn Sports 1
12:30 pm: Puerto Rico / Belgium, live on BeIn Sports 3

Sunday 25 September
6:30 a.m.: Mali / France, live on BeIn Sports 1
10:00 am:
Australia/Serbia, live on BeIn Sports 1
12:30 pm: Japan / Canada, live broadcast on BeIn Sports 3

Monday 26 September
3 o’clock:
Belgium / Bosnia and Herzegovina, live on BeIn Sports Max 4
5:30 am: Serbia/Mali, live on BeIn Sports Max 6
06:00.: South Korea / USA, Live Streaming on BeIn Sports 2
8 am: France / Japan, live on BeIn Sports 1
9:30 am.:
China/Puerto Rico, Live Streaming on BeIn Sports Max 4
12:30 pm: Canada/Australia, live on BeIn Sports 1

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Tuesday 27 September
3 o’clock:
Puerto Rico / South Korea, live broadcast on BeIn Sports Max 5
5:30 am: China/Belgium, live broadcast on BeIn Sports Max 6
06:00.: United States / Bosnia and Herzegovina, live on BeIn Sports 1
08:00.: Mali / Canada, live on BeIn Sports Max 4
9:30 am Serbia / France time, live on BeIn Sports 1
12:30 pm:
Australia/Japan, live on BeIn Sports 1

Thursday, September 29
04:00.:
Quarter-final 1, live on BeIn Sports 1
6:30 am.: Quarter-finals 2, live on BeIn Sports 1
10:00 am: Quarter-finals 3, live on BeIn Sports 1
12:30 pm: Quarter-finals 4, live on BeIn Sports 1

Friday 30 September
09:00.:
Semi Final 1, broadcast live on BeIn Sports 1
11:30 am.: Semi Final 2, Live Streaming on BeIn Sports 1

Saturday 1 October
05:00.:
Match for 3rd place, broadcast live on BeIn Sports 1
08:00.: Final, live broadcast on BeIn Sports 1

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