Tens of thousands of Belgians will not be able to watch Bruges - PSG on TV tonight

Tens of thousands of Belgians will not be able to watch Bruges - PSG on TV tonight

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Tens of thousands of Belgians will not be able to watch the Champions League Bruges - PSG match on TV tonight.

Many of you will be watching the Champions League match between FC Bruges and PSG this evening. But if you live in Flanders, you may need to take out your computer.

Indeed, in the north of the country, the match will be broadcast on the ZES channel. The problem is that this channel is not available via cable. The 180,000 Telenet subscribers who watch analog TV will therefore not have access to the match. Fortunately, the match will be available on the vier.be and zestv.be websites.

Telenet, the only operator that still offers cable TV in the north of the country, has announced that it will completely end analog cable broadcasting next year.

In Wallonia, everyone obviously has access to the match thanks to Club RTL.
After two splits against Galatasaray and Real Madrid, Bruges will try to create the feat tonight against the Parisian ogre.
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