Solène Delinger 11:07 a.m., December 20, 2022

TF1 will broadcast this Tuesday, December 20 at 9:10 p.m. an exceptional documentary on the French football team.

Entitled "Thanks to the Blues", the program will return to the journey of the players during the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The opportunity to go behind the scenes of the competition and understand how the Blues experienced it... 

While France is still struggling to recover from the defeat of the Blues against Argentina, TF1 has decided to shake up its programming this Tuesday evening to broadcast a new documentary on their journey during the World Cup.

The front page will therefore not rebroadcast

Ice Age 4: Continental Drift,


Merci les Bleus. 

The unpublished testimonies of Grégoire Margotton and Bixente Lizarazu

Directed by Benoît Daniel,

the program will allow the French to go behind the scenes of the competition and relive the highlights of the World Cup.

Grégoire Margotton and Bixente Lizarazu, who commented on all the matches of the France team, give their testimonies there. 


Find Philippe Vandel and Culture-Médias every day from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Europe 1 as well as in replay and podcast here

The rant of Raphaël Varane at half-time of the 8th final France-Poland

Merci les Bleus 

also shows "Raphael Varane's rant at half-time in the France-Poland round of 16, the strong words of Antoine Griezmann at half-time in the England-France quarter-final or Didier's speeches The fields". 

By programming this unprecedented documentary at the last minute, TF1 is surfing on the success of the World Cup.

On Sunday afternoon, La Une achieved a historic audience record with the France-Argentina match, followed by 24.1 million viewers (81% audience share).