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retransmission: accord FAF/TV algérienne

Droits de retransmission: signature d'une convention entre la FAF et la TV algérienne

Une convention de partenariat portant sur les droits de retransmission des matches de football pour la saison 2010-2011, a été signé samedi à Alger, par la Télévision algérienne et la Fédération algérienne de football (FAF), annonce l'Etablissement public de télévision. Signée au siège de l'EPTV, cette convention est destinée à "soutenir le lancement et le développement du professionnalisme en Algérie. Ce partenariat concerne le championnat professionnel de première division, les équipes nationales et la Coupe d'Algérie", souligne le communiqué de la Télévision algérienne. Aucune indication n'a été fournie par les deux parties concernant les modalités du contrat. Le coup d'envoi du premier championnat professionnel de football sera donné le 24 septembre prochain avec la participation de 32 clubs scindés en deux ligues (1 et 2) de 16 clubs chacune.    


Algerians in a professional football league est fier d'avoir participé à l'élaboration de ce superbe article , signé Colin Randall, du journal THE NATIONAL,concernant le premier championnat d'Algérie professionnel .

Algerians in a football league of their own

Colin Randall, Foreign Correspondent

Algeria fans at their Group C match against the USA during the World Cup. Ian Walton / Getty Images

MARSEILLE, FRANCE // Thousands of Algerians are expected to pack stadiums and millions more across the world will sit glued to TV screens to watch the country’s first professional football championship when it launches in a fortnight.

In what many Algerians see as a symbol of the growing maturity of the biggest Maghreb state, the 32 teams of the two-division league will play their opening games on the weekend starting September 24.

The excitement behind the launch reflects not only the country’s passion for football but also the part the game has played in the country’s recent turbulent past, fans say.

From Marseille to Paris, London to Montreal, wherever people of Algerian origin have access to satellite channels, enthusiasts will gather in cafes and restaurants to watch the top teams in action.

 “Every Algerian, wherever he or she is on the planet, is a football fanatic,” said Mohamed Bouguerra, 35, who runs the website “For Algeria, we can truly talk about football being the opium of the people. Algerians follow football worldwide but above all, their own league.”

Football officials have structured the new league to meet the requirements of the international governing body, Fifa. Algeria is anxious to show the world, after the violence surrounding the World Cup qualifying play-off tie against Egypt, that it can produce a well-run and successful competition.

 However, no one expects even the biggest Algerian clubs such as Entente de Setif, JS Kabylie and last season’s champions of the old league, Mouloudia d’Alger, to compete with the players’ wages of the big European teams.

Mr Bouguerra estimates that Algeria’s top-flight domestic footballers earn an average of 6 million dinars a year (Dh290,000) before bonuses.

The highest-paid player, the Entenet de Setif goalkeeper, Faouzi Chaouchi, collected Dh785,000 last season, a “veritable fortune in Algeria”, Mr Bouguerra said, though insignificant compared with the earning power of international superstars such as David Beckham and Lionel Messi, whose reported salaries are at least 150 times as much.


 Faouzi Chaouchi is Algeria's highest-paid footballer. Ian Walton / Getty Images

While Algerian players such as Chaouchi have been paid in the past, they were not previously considered professional in the terms of the regulations and structures governing their teams and contracts.

Mr Bouguerra expects payments to become more formalised in the professional league, but not to rise sharply in the short term.

But players, supporters and officials predict progressive development and a future in which Algerian clubs can at least reach the standards of the Tunisian and Egyptian leagues.

 “It is great for the fans who live and breathe football, and for my country, so I am really enthusiastic,” said Abderraouf Zarabi, 31, an Algiers-born defender with the French club Nîmes, who has played for the national side 22 times. “One big problem in the past was the lack of good pitches and training facilities and it is good to see progress is being made.”

Asked whether the new professionalism would lure him back to his native land, he said: “I am under contract to Nîmes until 2012 and am happy here, but as for the future, maybe in some role helping young players, why not?”

 It is a measure of Algeria’s modest footballing standards that after reaching the World Cup final stages in South Africa, when the national team finished bottom of its group, a 0-0 draw against England was fêted as a national triumph.

But as shown by the reaction on the streets of French cities on the night of that game against England, Algerian fans are fiercely loyal.

To the exasperation of some politicians in France, French nationals of Algerian descent leave no doubt as to their allegiance, some whistling derisively when La Marseillaise is played in stadiums. But since independence in 1962 came after a bloody war against France as the colonial power, it may be unrealistic to expect different.

 “It is true that the recent history of Algeria is linked with football,” said Mr Bouguerra, from “It has been the case ever since Mouloudia d’Alger, a Muslim club, was created in 1921.

“Then there were the four players, who on the eve of leaving to play for France in the 1958 World Cup in Sweden, preferred to defect and join the FLN [National Liberation Front] and help form the glorious FLN team that was the embryo for our national side.”

 During the civil war of the 1990s, he added, football was the sole distraction that enabled Algerians to forget their perilous daily lives.

For Sofi Sofiane, 23, a systems administrator for a mobile phone company in Oran, Algeria’s second city, the new league cannot start soon enough.

“In the 90s, the country was the victim of a broad wave of terrorism and the stadiums were crowded every weekend,” he said.

 “Now, security is back but the stadiums are empty because the level of football has declined. So the new league is an opportunity to bring change.”

Despite the need to stamp out “bad habits” – some players paid in cash, or in some cases not at all – he hoped Algeria would in time benefit from the new professionalism.

Mr Sofiane, a supporter of his city’s second club ASM Oran, is also excited by the thought of young Algerian stars graduating from an academy established by the celebrated French coach Jean-Marc Guillou.

 But that, too, is a dream for the longer term, “not today or tomorrow,” Mr Sofiane said.

“Those youngsters will compete easily with the greatest European teams but we will have to wait, because they were born between 1995 and 1998,” he added.


L'effet du professionalisme sur le joueur algérien


FAF:le programme du mois d'Octobre

La Fédération algérienne de football a procédé à un léger réaménagement du calendrier des compétitions (saison 2010/2011) pour le mois d'octobre, en raison du déroulement de deux matches amicaux de l'équipe algérienne A' face au Mali entre le 7 et le 11 du même mois et contre le Qatar le 12 octobre.

  • Programme du mois d'octobre:
  • Championnat d'Algérie:
  • Vendredi 1er octobre: 2è journée
  • Vendredi 15 octobre : 3è journée
  • Vendredi 22 octobre : 4è journée
  • Mardi 26 octobre : 5è journée
  • Vendredi 29 octobre : 6è journée
  • Ligue des champions d'Afrique
  • 1er - 3 octobre : Demi-finale aller
  • 15 - 17 octobre : Demi-finale retour
  • 29 - 31 octobre : Finale aller
  • 12 - 14 novembre: Finale retour
  • CAN-2012 Qualifications:
  • 8 - 10 octobre: 2è journée: RC Africaine - Algérie


La JSK progresse, l'ESS regresse

La fédération international de football a communiqué le classement mondial des clubs pour le moi d'Aout.

Suite aux bons résultats enregistrés pendant ce mois, et sa qualification pour le compte des demis finale de la ligue des champions, la JSK a progressé de 37 places et occupe la 104éme place mondiale.

Quand à l'ESS, elle a perdu 11 places et occupe le 94éme place mondiale, et cela suite aux résultats en dents de scie enregistrés lors de la phase des poules de la C1 africaine, et ceci malgré sa victoire en super coupe de l'Afrique du nord contre le club de CS Sfax, car cette compétition n'etant pas reconnue par la FIFA.

Sur le plan international, le club italien de internazionale milano est premier, juste devant le club espagnol du FC Barcelone.

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