The most popular sports in France include auto racing, BMX biking, tennis, cycling, football, tennis, handball, mountain biking, horse riding, polo, badminton, diving, and surfing. All these sports are more popular in France than any other country in the world.
French TV or T.V. is another source of entertainment as well as a source of information. There are television stations which cover sports for everyone, from classical music to dramas, documentaries, and news.
The most popular sports in French TV are American Football (soccer), tennis, swimming, bicycling, and basketball. Football (soccer) is the most popular and most watched sport in France. It is the most popular sport in the whole world!
Every Sunday night the world wide famous Canal Plus broadcasts soccer matches all over France. The games are shown all over the world through cable and satellite transmissions.
There are many French television stations that offer exciting sports events such as automobile racing, the oldest and most popular form of motor sport in France. The competitions are not just about winning, they are about competition as well. Many French cars and trucks used in motorsport are made by Renault and Peugeot.
Different nations have different rules for car racing. Some use double points to decide the winner, some use jockeys, and some use a draw. The rules are the same on the racetrack in any place. The only difference is the atmosphere.
In France, the Canal Plus channel broadcasts the Le Mans race on television and also has the best of auto racing action as well as interviews with drivers, engineers, and other people involved in the sport. It has one of the most well-known announcers in France.
La Gazzetta dello Sport is also a very popular French TV channel. It broadcasts lots of French sport, both on the race track and off. One of its most popular shows is its Bike Wars show.
Two of the most popular games on French T.V. are ping pong and billiards. Both have been around for centuries, so much so that Billiards in particular is a complete French term, which means ‘the game of billiards.’
The most popular game on French TV is also probably the most well known. It is known as Ping Pong and is played on several T.V. channels and on the Internet.
There are various types of ping pong available including the American style of fast-paced ping pong, called, ‘American ping pong,’ and European style ping pong, called, ‘Ping pong for the French.’ The latter is similar to the American style of ping pong, except the ball is colored white and the water is blue.
When it comes to sports, the top ten most popular sports in France include cycling, rowing, triathlon, swimming, motocross, surfing, canoeing, skiing, golf, horse racing, and volleyball. Not bad for a country that didn’t even get into the modern Olympics until just a few years ago!