Olympique Marseille-PSG live in 170 countries

sat 25 feb at 16:00
Par 
OM.net
Photos © 
OM.net 2017
Just like every year, the match with the largest crowd in the French Championship will be broadcast worldwide.

Olympique Marseille-PSG will enjoy first-rate international coverage this Sunday evening. With a live broadcast on Canal+, the biggest upset of Ligue 1's 27th day of play in the 2016-17 season will be carried by 46 broadcasters covering 170 countries.

In Europe, Olympique-PSG will be shown, among others, on BT Sport (UK), Mediaset Premium (Italy), DAZN (Germany), beIN Sports (Spain and Turkey), Nova (Greece), Eleven Sports (Belgium, Poland), Match TV (Russia) andViasat (Scandinavia).

In Africa and the Middle East,, the match will be available on beIN SPORTS (Middle East/North Africa), Canal+ Afrique and Fox Sports Africa (Sub-Saharan Africa).  

In the Americas, the match will be carried by TDN (Mexico), DirecTV (Latin America), SporTV (Brazil) and beIN SPORTS (USA and Canada).

In Asia, the Classico will be shown on LeSports (China), Ten Sports (India), beIN SPORTS (Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos), DAZN (Japan) and SCTV (Vietnam).


News First team

sat 14 Oct

453. Mandanda set for record breaking night in Strasbourg

Sunday evening at Meinau against RC Strasbourg, the Marseille goalkeeper will play his 453rd official match wearing the OM strip. Legend.
sun 15 Oct

Strasbourg 3-3 OM: OM miss out

Having taken the lead twice, the Olympiens saw themselves caught then overtaken by their opponents until Mitroglou finally made things equal again at the end of the match.
thu 12 Oct

When Niang destroyed Strasbourg…

Recruited from RC Strasbourg a few months prior, the Senegalese attacker gave his new club a precious victory (1-0).
wed 11 Oct

Mitroglou in fine form and Sakai decisive

Thanks to their star striker Kostas Mitroglou, who has scored three goals in two matches, Greece have qualified for the play-offs. And Hiroke Sakai make a decisive pass in his game.
fri 13 Oct

Orange becomes Olympique de Marseille’s main partner

Orange and Olympique de Marseille announce a five-year partnership contract until the end of the 2021-2022 season.
thu 19 Oct

OM 2-1 Vitoria: OM reverse the trend

After their Europa League disappointment in Austria, OM got back on the right track with a 2-1 win at home against Vitoria, first going ahead through a goal from Ocampos, then regaining the lead after Vitoria had equalized through a second from Lopez.
thu 19 Oct

Garcia: "We unleashed what we're capable of."

The reaction of Olympique's manager following his team's 2-1 victory over Vitoria SC in the third match day in the group stage of the Europa League.
tue 17 Oct

Roman Cagnon joins Marseille

OM has signed 20-year-old free agent Romain Cagnon, a young goalkeeper who completed his apprenticeship in Rennes.