Flash de la Courneuve / Cougars Saint-Ouen-l’Aumône (TV/Streaming) On which channel to follow the 1/2 Final on Saturday?


This Saturday, June 25, the two 1/2 finals of the American Football Division 1 championship will be disputed. Direction the André Geo Stadium for the confrontation between the Flash de la Courneuve and Cougars Saint-Ouen-l’Aumône. Find out on which channel to follow the meeting!

On which TV channel to watch the Flash / Cougars meeting ?

📺 This meeting will follow live Saturday, June 25 at 7:00 p.m. on the chain Sports in France (CNOSF channel)

Sport in France is accessible on : Orange (174) | Bouygues (192) | FREE (190) | FRS (129) | Molotov | MyTvchain | Samsung TVs | Mobile App: App Store & Google Play | www.sportenfrance.com

How to follow the game Flash / Cougars in Streaming ?

💻 With your smartphone, tablet or PC you can also follow the meeting live at 7:00 p.m. on the site of Sports in France


Presentation of the encounter Flash / Cougars

Ile-de-France duel between two teams who know each other well, since they play in Conference A. The Flash finished leader of this conference, with a 9-1 record, D1’s best attack (447 points scored) and the 2nd best defense (108 points against). Undefeated for a long time this year, the La Courneuve club has nevertheless shown flaws in recent weeks. The first defeat came in the semi-finals of CEFL, before a loss against the Black Panthers on the last day of the regular season.

For the Cougars, the regular season was more average, with balance sheet (5-5). The 95 club notably lost its two confrontations against the Flash, with a score of 44-20 in the first leg at La Courneuve, then with a score of 41-21 at Saint-Ouen. Despite the deviations, they showed one of the best resistances.

Having finished in 3rd place in Conference A, the Cougars had to play a Wild-Card game in Perpignan last weekend. And at the end of the suspense, they managed to snatch the victory against the Grizzlys (35-34). (Info website https://www.fffa.org/)


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