Girondins TV

Girondins TV is a French subscription based-channel, entirely dedicated to the French football team of FC Girondins de Bordeaux. It was launched on 14 August 2008. Jean-Philippe Doux, journalist of M6, is the president of this channel. The channel offers pre-recorded matches during the season, the reserve team games, the latest from the training sessions and a daily talk show all about the club. With this development the club follows other football clubs in France, like Olympique de Marseille (OM TV), Olympique Lyonnais (OL TV) or AS Saint-Étienne/RC Lens (Onzéo).[1]

Girondins TV
Launched14 August 2008
Owned byM6 Group
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Broadcast areaFrance
HeadquartersLe Haillan, France
CanalChannel 126 (HD)
NumericableChannel 168
Freebox TVChannel 174
SFR TVChannel 87
La TV d'OrangeChannel 194
Bbox TVChannel 67


  1. ^ RTL Group. "Football 24/7 - Jean-Phillipe Doux on the launch of Girondins TV" (PDF). Retrieved 2 June 2017.

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