Jean-Baptiste Sarrazin 17:29 pm, March 26, 2023After their big victory against the Netherlands at the Stade de France, (4-0), the France team faces Ireland in their second qualifying match for Euro 2024. A match that will take place at the Aviva Stadium, in Ireland. Kick-off time, TV broadcast, do not miss anything of the match of the Blues.
Les Bleus head into Ireland full of confidence for their second match in Euro 2024 qualifying. Three after their demonstration against the Netherlands at the Stade de France (4-0), Didier Deschamps' men could once again mark the spirits against the technically inferior Irish on paper. The last confrontation, in 2018, ended in an easy victory of the France in a friendly match (2-0) thanks to a goal from Olivier Giroud, current top scorer in the history of the Blues, and Nabil Fekir.
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The kick-off will be given from 20:45 by Portuguese referee Artur Soares Dias. At the Aviva Stadium, the France will be able to count on its new captain Kylian Mbappé to show the way to the net but will have to be wary of the Irish who will also be confident after their victory last Wednesday, certainly closer than that of the Blues but no less deserving, against Latvia (3-2).
Where to watch the match
The Ireland-France match will be live and in full on the Europe 1 Sport programme (every evening from 20pm to 23pm on Europe 1). Regarding the TV broadcast, the meeting will be followed on the private channel TF1. Many bars and restaurants will broadcast this match which will be very followed by fans of the Blues. France - Netherlands had gathered 7.7 million viewers last Friday. +