The M6 group hit the jackpot. The channel directed by Nicolas de Tavernost will broadcast the Euro 2024 football final, which will take place from June 14 to July 14 in Germany. The two free channels agreed to broadcast 25 matches, and the broadcast of the final was decided by a draw according to L'Equipe. The M6 group will also broadcast France-Netherlands, two round of 16 matches and two quarter-finals.
The TF1 group will broadcast the best semi-final, but also the first and third matches of the Blues, against Austria and the play-off (Wales, Poland, Finland or Estonia). The channel chaired by Rodolphe Belmer will also broadcast three round of 16 matches, including the best display (most likely the Blues match in the event of qualification) and two quarter-finals.