Paris Saint-Germain vs Toulouse: How to watch PSG live for free

Paris Saint-Germain will face reigning Ligue 2 champions Toulouse Wednesday, August 31 at 2:55 p.m. EST.

The match will take place at the Stadium TFC in Toulouse, France and will be broadcast on television via beIN Sports. Fans can also watch Paris Saint-Germain for free by signing up for a free trial of Direc TV Where fuboTV.

The Ligue 1 title holders suffered their first setback of the campaign against Monaco last weekend as they were held 1-1, while the Violets lost for the first time this season, 3- 1 in Nantes. Goal difference leaders Paris Saint-Germain are averaging three goals per game ahead of Wednesday’s game.

How to watch Paris Saint-Germain vs Toulouse | Ligue 1 Football

What time will the match start? What TV channel will it be broadcast on? – Wednesday’s game will start at 2:55 p.m. EST. The match will be broadcast on television via beIN SPORTS.

Live streaming options: DirecTV (free trial) | fuboTV (free trial) | be in sports | Sling | – If you have a cable subscription, you can use your TV provider’s login credentials to watch online via be in sports. If you don’t have cable, you can watch using DirecTV streams Where fuboTV both of which offer free trials. Viewers can also use Sling with their World Sports add-on pack.

More international soccer news via The Associated Press:

A preview of what’s happening in European football on Wednesday:


Arsenal are the only team with a 100% record after four Premier League rounds before a home game against Aston Villa. While Arsenal are flying under Mikel Arteta, Villa are crumbling under Steven Gerrard after three defeats so far in the former Liverpool star’s first full season in charge. Manchester City and Tottenham are 10 points, two behind Arsenal, ahead of games against Nottingham Forest and West Ham, respectively. Liverpool are looking to save their 9-0 win over Bournemouth when Newcastle visit Anfield. Also, Bournemouth, which fired Scott Parker as manager Tuesday after three straight defeats, hosts Wolverhampton.


Napoli welcome Serie B champions Lecce who are looking to extend their unbeaten start and bounce back from a draw at the weekend. Juventus, who have just drawn two, welcome Spezia. Napoli and Juventus – both Serie A contenders – will be under pressure to walk away with a full three points. Lazio, who are also unbeaten in three rounds, visit a Sampdoria side with just one point. Moreover, Empoli take on Hellas Verona and Udinese meet unbeaten Fiorentina.


Bayern Munich visit third division club Viktoria Cologne for their postponed German Cup first round tie. The match is played almost a month late due to Bayern’s participation in the German Super Cup against Leipzig. This particular match usually takes place before the start of the German Cup, but this season’s schedule has been disrupted due to the World Cup being held in Qatar in November and December. Perhaps worryingly for Viktoria, Bayern will be looking for goals after seeing their winning Bundesliga start halted by Borussia Mönchengladbach with a 1-1 draw on Saturday. Bayern had previously scored 15 goals and conceded just one in three games for the league’s best start.


The 20 teams are in action in the French championship. Paris Saint-Germain – the leaders in goal difference – are averaging three goals per game ahead of their game at Toulouse. Marseille, second, welcomes Clermont and Lens, third, the other team with 10 points out of a possible 12 after four games, welcomes Lorient.

Christy J. Olson