France – New Zealand: What time and on which channel do you watch the opening match of the World Cup?

France – New Zealand: What time and on which channel do you watch the opening match of the World Cup?

France and New Zealand will meet this Friday evening in the opening of the World Cup. The meeting time is at 9 pm. We will tell you everything here!

We've been talking about this for weeks. The start of the 10th Rugby World Cup in history will take place on Friday at the Stade de France. In this opening match, which will gather millions of fans in the stands or in front of their screens, the French will face New Zealand.

What time to watch France – New Zealand?

The match is scheduled to take place at 9:15 p.m., the start time of this match, which will be refereed by referee Jaco Pepper (South Africa). Impatient fans will be able to sit in front of the TV from 7:15 p.m. The entire Friday evening will be devoted to the opening of the World Cup.

On any TV channel to watch live France – New Zealand?

To enjoy France and New Zealand, go to TF1. For this unique evening, the channel is preparing a special system. From 7:15pm, TF1 will switch to World Cup mode with a special edition of the news presented by Anne-Claire Coudray live from the Stade de France.

From 8 p.m., the opening ceremony will take place, which will be commented by Anne-Claire Coudray and Isabelle Itorborough. 8:40pm pre-match and 9:05pm kick-off in France and New Zealand. Post-match action is scheduled for 11:15pm with Frédéric Michalak, Yannick Nyanga, Yoann Huguet, Marjorie Maines and Ines Hirigoyen in attendance.

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