Italy: On which channel and at what time to see the Bleuets match at the Euro Espoirs?


  • The France U21 team plays Euro 2023 from June 21 to July 8, if it reaches the final.
  • K. Thuram, Cherki, Barcola, Wahi… will be some of the players to follow.
  • The competition takes place in Romania and Georgia.

The Cluj Arena, in Romania, is ready to welcome the first poster of Euro Espoirs. On the occasion of this poster between two rival selections, the French team faces Italy. The winner would take a serious option on qualification because it is the duel between the two favorites for the first two places in group D. In addition, he would gain confidence for the rest of the competition.

At what time and on which channel to see France – Italy

The first Euro Espoirs Group D match will be broadcast live on W9 and beIN Sports on Thursday June 22 at 8:45 p.m.

Confident Blueberries

The victory against Mexico (1-0) in the only warm-up match made it possible to see the forces present on the French side.

Sylvain Ripoll’s men are aware of the expectations around them, especially given their size.

After a blow of nou at the end of March (4-0 defeat against England, draw 0-0 against Spain), the Bleuets could have had doubts. But it is bad to know this team, which remained on 14 matches without defeat before this setback against the British.

After this first against, France will face Norway (June 25) then Switzerland (June 28), in Cluj-Napoca in Romania.

If it qualifies, the quarter-final is scheduled for July 1 or 2 and the semi-final on July 5. The final is scheduled for July 8 in Batumi, Georgia.

Reminder of the 23 players called up:

Goalkeepers (3): Stefan Bajic (Valenciennes), Lucas Chevalier (Lille), Illan Meslier (Leeds).

Defenders (8): Loïc Badé (Sevilla FC), Sacha Boey (Galatasaray), Bafodé Diakité (Lille), Pierre Kalulu (AC Milan), Yasser Larouci (Troyes), Castello Lukeba (Lyon), Quentin Merlin (Nantes), Mohamed Simakan (RB Leipzig).

Midfielders (6): Maxence Caqueret (Lyon), Joris Chotard (Montpellier), Manu Koné (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Enzo Le Fée (FC Lorient), Michael Olise (Crystal Palace), Khéphren Thuram (Nice).

Forwards (6): Amine Adli (Bayer Leverkusen), Bradley Barcola (Lyon), Rayan Cherki (Lyon), Amine Gouiri (Stade Rennais), Arnaud Kalimuendo (Stade Rennais), Elye Wahi (Montpellier).


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