Launch of FFFTV

Friday 18 September 2020 - 14:10 - FFF
FFF TV lancement

The French Football Federation is officially launching its new digital platform (, dedicated to all the video content produced by the FFF, on Friday September 18.

The French Football Federation innovates with, its platform dedicated to all members and football fans. Accessible via Internet, tablet, smartphone and connected TV, this new channel offers a variety of content on elite and amateur football. will offer a complete and diversified range of content (summaries, top goals, top saves, insider information, magazines, portraits, retrospectives, etc.) throughout the season, including inside information on French teams, announcements from national and futsal coaches, live national and futsal matches, summaries of the Arkema D1, and reports on amateur football.

 "This OTT platform offers the opportunity to be in direct contact with football fans in a variety of ways. The platform highlights the players of the FFF. It will captivate in the way it presents, broadcasts and tells stories, engaging football fans and consumers, through dedicated content and a unique user experience that allows one to view videos by competition and perform searches by keywords", explains Jérôme Papin, head of video content production at the FFF.

Produced by the FFF, video content, available free of charge, complements the offer of the FFF's partner TV broadcasters (see below) of the French teams and the Federation's major competitions.


• 4,000 videos
• 250 live broadcasts
• News of the 18 national men and women’s teams
• 8 National championship matches broadcast live each day
• 10 D1 Futsal matches broadcast live per season
• 10 matches of the French Futsal Team broadcast live per season
• 10 Gambardella-Crédit Agricole Cup matches broadcast per season
• 3 national team matches broadcast live per season
• 2H15 of broadcasting time on average for 90-minute matches

The FFF's TV partners
• TF1/M6: France A team
• W9: French Women's Team
• Canal+: France Espoirs team
• France Télévisions / Eurosport: French Cup and French Women's Cup
• Canal+: Arkema D1 championship
• Canal+: National championship