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Lens on tv and stream

Lens is a professional association football club in France. Lens currently plays their top-flight matches at their home ground Stade Bollaert-Delelis.

Le Racing Club de Lens is the full name of the club, but they are also known as "Racing Club de Lens" or commonly "RC Lens" or simply "Lens."

History of Lens

The club was formed in 1906 in Lens by a group of local students who enjoyed playing football on the city's Place de la République.

The club took the name "Racing Club de Lens" as a reference to Racing Club de Roubaix and Racing Club de France, which were famous clubs at the time.

In 1937, Lens gained promotions to compete in the first division after finishing first in the second division. Lens won the first division titles of the Northern Zone in 1943.

The club had survived hard between 1956 and 1968 because maximum players were miners by profession. In 1972, Lens managed to reach the semi-finals of the Coupe de France and win promotion to the first division.

Club Badge and Colors of Lens

The current badge of Lens description is the diagonally split shield with the traditional monogram on the left and the picture on the right side.

The logo color is classical red, and the "RCL" lettering is white. The foundation year "1906" and the club's name "Racing Club De Lens" are placed on a white background on the top part of the crest.

Key Players and Managers of Lens

Lens best players of the current squad are Jonathan Clauss, Seko Fofana, Florian Sotoca, Przemyslaw Frankowski, and Arnaud Kalimuendo-Muinga.

Franck Haise joined in February 2022 as the manager of Lens. As the club's new manager, he is just making plans to do well in the following matches.

Noteworthy Stats of Lens

Lens won one Ligue 1 title in 1997-98 and was runners-up in 1955–56, 1956–57, 1976–77, 2001–02. The club won two UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2005 & 2007 (jointly) and was a semi-finalist in the 1999–2000 UEFA Cup.

LC Lens won several league championships, including four Ligue 2 titles, two Coupe de la Ligue titles, three Coupe Drago titles, and Coupe Gambardella titles.

Ahmed Oudjani is the all-time top goalscorer of Lens with 94 goals. Éric Sikora holds the record of the most league appearances with Lens, having played 497 appearances.

Memorable Moments of Lens

The best memorizing and enjoyable moments of RC Lens came in 1997. The club won the championship for the first time in its 92-year history.

Lens won the Coupe de la Ligue title, commonly referred to as French League Cup, in 1994. Lens defeated Montpellier by 3-2 in the final at Stade Félix Bollaert, Lens, France.

In the UEFA Intertoto Cup 2005, Lens Lens won the final by 4-2 against CFR Ecomax Cluj, where the first leg was 1-1 draw, and Lens bounced back in the second leg scoring 3-1.

Watch Lens on TV and Stream

Many top-listed official television channels and leading live streaming sites provide Lens exclusive media coverage on TV and Streaming.

How to Watch Lens on TV?

Watchers can enjoy all matches of  Lens through Amazon Prime Video or Canal+  if they are staying inside France, while MV5 airs one game per week in many other countries except in Europe.

If you live in Mexico, the Caribbean, South America, Brazil, and Central America, you can enjoy all live matches Lens on ESPN.

Setanta Sports provides live coverage in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Central Asia. At the same time, beIN Sports provides total media coverage in the United States, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada, Brunei, Brunei, Thailand, Tajikistan, Indonesia, and Laos.

Reportedly the viewers of the United Kingdom and Ireland can watch Lens on BT Sports. At the same time, peoples of India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bhutan can enjoy all games of Lens on Vh1 HD or Jio TV.

Apart from these, spectators can watch Lens on DAZN (Germany, Austria), SCCN (Suriname), Migu (China), TBD (Japan, Mayanmar), Varzish TV (Tajikistan), VTV Cab (Vietnam), Sky Sports (San Marino, Italy), Arena Sport (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia) and Azam TV (Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe).

How to Watch Lens on Stream Online?

Nowadays, Android Phones, laptops, Surface, iPhone, or Persona Computer are available in every corner of the world. So isn't it easy to watch full media coverage of Lens on these digital devices? Yeah, it's easy, and we will show the path.

Follow these strides, choose any live streaming channels (given below), and set up a valid account using your mail. Then complete the payment as per their various subscription packages, which you like to use. After that, log in to your premium account and watch.

Reportedly, we recommend you some leading streaming sites like Canal+, Vh1, Arena Sports, BT Sports, Jio TV, Voot, ESPN, ESPN+, T Sports, Premier Sports, Sky TV, MTV, Super Sports, BT Sports, Bing Sports, and Nova Sports.

Lens FC stays 9th in the Ligue 1 2021-22 season point table. Lens has had mixed results of late with two wins, two losses, and one draw in their last five games in Ligue 1 competitions. However, Lens won back-to-back home games now and will be looking to extend that run to raise their position above in the point table.