It’s been a rough week for the Parisian football fans as they are facing a shortage of online streaming content.
On Monday, it was reported that a number of French clubs have been unable to secure online streams for games, which has led to some fans fearing for their futures.
The Paris Football Federation (FFP) announced that Ligue 2 club Lyon had been unable with their streaming service and they were also facing issues with their television deals.
However, there is hope that the league’s clubs can get online streams through an agreement with a streaming service provider.
According to a statement from the FFP, Lyon is the first French club to receive a stream from a streaming partner and it will now be able to offer online streams of Ligue 3 matches to their fans.
“The agreement is expected to be signed by January 14.
We will continue to monitor developments,” the statement said.
It’s no secret that Lille and Marseille, who have been the two French champions, have struggled with online streaming, as the former has been hit with a series of streaming issues.
However there have been reports that Lyon is still trying to get online streaming deals in place for their games.
In June, the club confirmed that their online streaming service, LaLigue TV, was struggling to secure a stream deal.
It was reported in June that the club had not received a single stream from its streaming partner, which was a big disappointment for fans.
However the club has now managed to secure streaming deals for both Ligue1 and Ligue2 matches with the streaming service company, Fotokl.
It is now the first time that the two clubs have managed to successfully sign streaming deals.
LaLigueTV is currently in talks with French broadcaster Canal+ and French sports broadcaster TF1.
Both of these services are offering free live football streams to fans on demand.