FRANCE/SOUTH AFRICA 2020Saturday November 21st, 2020The French team will complete its next round of Autumn Internationals with a major test against South Africa at Stade de France on 21st November.
The visiting South Africans will take on the French team, which will be determined to reverse the current trend of not having beaten the Springboks for more than 10 years.
This last game of 2020 for the French team will let it finish on a high point and measure up to the current World Cup holders.
We hope to see you at Stade de France on Saturday, November 21st 2020.
TIMES FOR FRANCE/SOUTH AFRICA 2020 AT STADE DE FRANCE
Day of the event: Saturday, 21st November 2020
Event begining: Time to be confirmed
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