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French rugby union matches at Stade de France

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Previous French rugby union matches at the Stade de France

February 2019France vs Scotland 2019

The French have lost only once at home against the Scottish XV: It was in 1999. Since then, the French team have won all of their meetings at Stade de France.

November 2021France vs Argentina 2021

On Saturday November 6, 2021, the French National Rugby Union Team will host the Argentinian Pumas for their first match of the Autumn Tour.

March 2021France vs. Scotland 2021

This 99th joust between the Scottish team and the French team is still very close.

March 2021France vs. Wales 2021

Last match of the tournament, this France/Wales is looking very tantalising!

November 2020France vs. Italie 2020

Fabien Galthié’s French side will take on the Squadra Azzurra as part of this third round of the 2020 Autumn Nations Cup, a competition organised by the company that organises the Six Nations Tournament.

October 2020France vs Ireland 2020

Initially scheduled for the weekend of March 13th, the France-Ireland Six Nations match was postponed following measures put in place by the government to curb the spread of COVID-19. The Six Nations Committee has decided that the match will take place on Saturday, October 31st 2020 at 9:00 p.m. at Stade de France (Saint-Denis).

October 2020France vs Wales 2020

The French team will begin its autumn campaign at Stade de France with a “friendly” match against the formidable Welsh side.

February 2020France vs Italy 2020

"Les Bleus" will host Italy on Sunday, February 9, 2020 at the Stade de France for their second Six Nations match.

February 2020France vs England 2020

The French Team will face England on Sunday, February 2, 2020 at the Stade de France for its Six Nations first match.

August 2019France vs Italy 2019

The French Rugby Team will face Italy at Stade de France on Friday, August 30th as part of its preparation for the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

February 2019France vs Wales 2019

Jacques Brunel’ players will start their 2019 tournament with a game against Wales, who came second in 2018.

French rugby union matches at Stade de France

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About the French rugby team

The French rugby union team represents France in all major rugby union internationals. Since 1919 it has included the best players of the French Rugby Federation (FFR).

The history of the rugby team

At the start of the 20th century, the French National Team, “XV de France”, played in royal blue jerseys, white breeches and red socks: representing the French flag. Since that time, while the jersey’s colour combination has undergone multiple changes, the socks remain red to this day. Like the badge of the French nation, the proud and combative Gallic rooster, is proudly portrayed on the French rugby union team’s jersey. Internationally, the very first match of the XV de France took place in 1906 against New Zealand, which would go on to become the world’s greatest rugby team. If we were to choose just one out of all the French national team’s matches at Stade de France, perhaps it would be France-England in 1998, the first rugby match in the Dionysian arena, in which such players as Christophe Lamaison, Philippe Bernat-Salles and Thomas Castaignède shined and led Les Bleus to victory. Since 2019, the French rugby team’s head coach is Fabien Galthié.

Rugby in france, today and in the future

Stade de France is the temple in which the greatest matches unfold, taking fans to emotional heights. Its calendar includes the Six Nations Tournament, but also the Final of the Top 14. The dates of the Six Nations tournament are announced well in advance and you can buy your tickets now at the Stade de France ticketing office

World cup 2019

France’s National Team fell in the World Cup Quarter-Final, after leading by a score of 19 to 10. Vahaamahina had the chance to carry France to victory, but when his elbow hit the head of a Wales team member, the referee responded immediately, refusing to let the incident go unpunished ... Diminished, the XV de France ultimately bowed out. Vahaamahina would be left with the guilt of seeing the French team defeated and knocked out of the tournament in the quarter-finals, as well as lose the esteem of certain supporters. The aim of playing a semi-final and final in the World Cup went up in smoke.

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