France – Netherlands Olympics: at what time and on which channel to watch Hand’s quarter-final in Tokyo?

France – Netherlands Olympics: at what time and on which channel to watch Hand’s quarter-final in Tokyo?
France – Netherlands Olympics: at what time and on which channel to watch Hand’s quarter-final in Tokyo?

The French women’s handball team finished third in its group, with a mixed record. Two victories, one draw, two defeats for the Blues who lost one of their captain during the group stages, namely Alexandra Lacrabère, returned to the country following an injury contracted during the Tokyo Olympics. This injury marks the end of the international career of the Béarnaise, which has more than 180 games with the national team. Her teammates will try to cheer her up, in a competition where they can aim for an Olympic medal. For its quarter-final of the Tokyo Olympics, the French women’s handball team faces the Netherlands, second in their group with four wins in five matches played. From today, it’s the knockout matches so no one is allowed to make mistakes. Even if a match is never played in advance, the recent history of France – Netherlands is favorable to the Tricolores. Three of the last four confrontations between the two teams have turned in favor of the French, including two games won against the Oranjes during the last Olympics in Rio. Positive signals, for ambitious French women at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

At what time and on which channel is the France – Netherlands match broadcast?

Handball fan, you want to know which channel to watch France – Netherlands? Go to France Télévisions or Eurosport according to your preference. This shock of the quarter-finals of the Olympics is to be followed at 1:45 p.m. this Wednesday, August 4. France Télévisions broadcasts 100% of the 2021 Olympics via France 2, France 3, France 4 and its player, with lives, broadcasts, debriefs and other interviews, commented by former professional athletes and other specialists. To see the Tokyo 2021 Olympics on Eurosport, you must opt ​​for a subscription that allows you to follow many competitions throughout the year.

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