On May 28, Real Madrid and Liverpool will face off in the Champions League final at the Stade de France. A meeting that will be broadcast live on Canal + and TF1.
The final of the Champions League is one of the most watched events in the world. Inevitably, broadcasters want to go all out to offer viewers the best production and the best images possible. This season, Canal+ recovered the rights to the Champions League. The encrypted channel has planned heavy for the broadcast of the C1 final between Real Madrid and Liverpool, which will take place at the Stade de France and which will also be co-broadcast in the clear at the same time on TF1. In any case, this is what the media journalist Sacha Nokovitch tells us through a post on Twitter.
Colossal means for Canal+
— Samuel (@SamueILFC) May 16, 2022
We can see that Canal+ did not skimp on the means to cover as many scenes as possible before, during and after the Champions League final. 5 semi-trailers, 4 OB vans, more than 40 cameras in and around the stadium, 1 helicopter to follow the arrival of club players and all the activities around the stadium, 1 3D aerial camera on the roof of the Stade de France to be closer to the players and nearly 200 people mobilized on D-Day at the Stade de France and in the studio in Boulogne-Billancourt, here is the system that Canal+ will put in place for the event. Also specified, the fact that in parallel with the match, Canal+ will offer on My Canal a specific stream in 4K HDR Dolby Vision 8.4 Dolby Atmos, Binaural sound, to live “an immersive experience in the heart of the atmosphere of the Stade de France”. Note that the two commentators for the C1 final on Canal + are not yet officially known, but Paul Tchoukriel should be at the helm with a flagship consultant. It remains to be seen which one.