LFB TV 2007-2008 season EuroLeague Women Final Four Videos on demand
LFB TV made its first appearance on 1 February 2008 with the live streaming of the LFB match between Villeneuve d’Ascq and Bourges Basket. It is the first match in the grid for videos on demand.
Eight further regular season basketball games and the post-season semi-final championship games and final games are also available by video demand.
2007-2008 regular season games videos on demand
To view the games click the LFB TV symbol () in the video on demand column. You will then see a message asking you to run a media application on your computer. If you agree, then the video will be loaded in a new tab or window on your computer. The commentary is in French.
Video on demand
LFB Championship semi-final series live
All semi-final matches were streamed live on LFB TV and are made available on demand.
Yann Kappes, the press attaché from the FFBB, was giving live commentary on one match per leg. He was joined in the commentary box with known celebrities from the world of French basketball.
For the first leg match between Villeneuve d'Ascq and Bourges Basket Christophe Vitoux sat alongside Kappes. Vitoux was a successful coach with Strasbourg IG (SIG) Pro A men.
For the first leg match between Montpellier and USVO, Didier Servant was the main commentator. He had already performed this function on several matches during this season. Servant had coached COB Calais and Aix-en-Provence in the LFB. He was also the head coach of Nantes-Rezé in NF1 before stepping down to concentrate on his sports management web site. He was joined from the world of men's basketball Jean Galle who was coaching Graveline, Cholet and the French national team.
On Wednesday, 30th April, there was for the first time in the history of LFB TV, a simultaneous broadcast on the net of the second leg semi-final championship games.
Championship play-off matches available on demand: