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The most important competition of the French football season returns to stadiums this week. Indeed, the first day of Ligue 1 Uber Eats starts tonight, with Olympique Lyonnais – AC Ajaccio at 9 p.m. Two matches are scheduled for Saturday: RC Strasbourg Alsace – AS Monaco and Clermont Foot 63 – Paris Saint-Germain. On Sunday, seven others are scheduled: Toulouse FC – OGC Nice, Angers SCO – FC Nantes, RC Lens – Stade Brestois 29, LOSC Lille – AJ Auxerre, Montpellier Hérault SC – ESTAC Troyes, Stade Rennais FC – FC Lorient and Olympique de Marseille – Reims Stadium. Of these ten matches, eight can be followed live on Amazon Prime Video.
Last year, Amazon Prime Video offered its Ligue 1 Pass only monthly, at a price of 12.99 euros, without obligation. But this year, the platform is innovating thanks to an annual pass, which currently costs 89 euros. This rate is available until August 28: it will then increase to 99 euros. By subscribing now, you benefit from the best price and you don’t miss anything from Ligue 1, but also from Ligue 2: Amazon Prime Video broadcasts, in all, more than 300 matches for each competition, accessible from all screens connected. Note, however, that to access the Ligue 1 Pass, you must also have a subscription to Prime Video, which costs 5.99 euros per month or 49 euros per year.
Click here to take advantage of the Amazon Prime Video offer on the Ligue 1 Pass
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