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  1. The France national football team ( French: Équipe de France de football) represents France in men's international football and is controlled by the French Football Federation ( Fédération française de football ), also known as FFF. The team's colours are blue, white, and red, and the coq gaulois its symbol.

  2. The France national football team is the national football team of France. They won the FIFA World Cup 2 times ( 1998, 2018 ), the UEFA European Football Championship twice ( 1984, 2000) and the FIFA Confederations Cup twice ( 2001, 2003 ). The teams current coach is Didier Deschamps, who took over from Laurent Blanc . Contents 1 Most appearances

    • Les Bleus (The Blues)
    • UEFA (Europe)
  3. Su organización está a cargo de la Federación Francesa de Fútbol (FFF) fundada en 1919 y miembro de la UEFA por lo cual participan en las competencias organizadas por la UEFA y la FIFA. Su debut se produjo el 1 de mayo de 1904 ante la selección de Bélgica en un encuentro amistoso.

    • FRA
    • UEFA
    • Early Years
    • Birth of The World Cup
    • The Golden Generation of The 1950s
    • Decline
    • Platini Era
    • Transition Years
    • Zidane Era
    • External Links

    A France national team played in the 1900 Olympics under the name of USFSA XI, or Club Français. They finished second.The team was officially created in 1904 around the same time of FIFA's foundation on 21 May 1904. Before FIFA's creation, France contested international matches under the Union des Sociétés Françaises de Sports Athlétiques (USFSA), ...

    In July 1930, France appeared in the inaugural FIFA World Cup, in Uruguay. France was the only group with four teams, along with Argentina, Mexico, and Chile. In their first World Cup match, France defeated Mexico 4–1 at the Estadio Pocitos in Montevideo. Lucien Laurent scored not only France's first World Cup goal, but the first goal in World Cup ...

    Following the war, FIFA re-instated the World Cup and France played Yugoslavia for a place in the 1950 FIFA World Cup. The first two matches the teams played, on 10 and 31 October, ended in 1–1 draws, so FIFA announced that a play-off on neutral ground in December would be played. To prepare themselves for the match, France faced and defeated Czech...

    The new decade saw the departure of veterans Robert Jonquet, Just Fontaine, Armand Penverne, Roger Marche, Raymond Kaelbel, and Jean Vincent who all retired from the national team. Only Maryan Wisnieski, Roger Piantoni, Jean-Jacques Marcel, André Lerond, and Raymond Kopa remained from the team that finished third at the 1958 FIFA World Cup. On 25 A...

    Hidalgo's first match in charge, a 2–2 draw with Czechoslovakia on 27 March 1976, coincided with the debuts of several players he later used for future triumphs, including Michel Platini, who scored, Didier Six, who appeared as a substitute, and Maxime Bossis. Hidalgo's first task as manager was to achieve qualification to the 1978 FIFA World Cup. ...

    On 11 June 1988, the French Football Federation announced the completion and inauguration of the Centre Technique National Fernand-Sastre or the Clairefontaine National Football Institute. The academy's main priorities were to develop the country's young players and also to house the senior national football team ahead of important international ma...

    Aimé Jacquet was manager for UEFA Euro 1996 qualifying. On 17 August 1994, in his fourth match in charge of the team, he gave Zinedine Zidane, then of Bordeaux, his debut. Other players who made their debuts in that match included Lilian Thuram and Bruno Ngotty. Zidane appeared as a substitute in the 63rd minute with France trailing the Czech Repub...

  4. For lists of the France national football team 's results see: France national football team results (2020–present) France national football team results (2000–2019) France national football team results (1980–1999) France national football team results (1960–1979) France national football team results (1921–1959)

  5. The France women's national football team ( French: Équipe de France féminine de football, sometimes shortened as Féminin A) represents France in international women's football. The team is directed by the French Football Federation (FFF).

  6. The France national team represents the nation of France in international football. It is fielded by the French Football Federation ( French: Fédération Française de Football) and competes as a member of UEFA . Contents 1 Individual records 1.1 Player records 1.2 Manager records 2 Team records 3 References 4 External links