The fourteen best French rugby clubs compete each year in one of the most high-profile championships in the world, better known as the Top 14! At the end of the season, the winner receives the Brennus Shield, a prestigious award, which it retains until the end of the following season.
Each year, it is an unchanging tradition. During the month of February, the major European players in rugby take to the field for the famous Six Nations Tournament. As its name suggests, each year, six teams compete again for the previous year's trophy: England, France, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Italy. Each team plays, by definition, five matches, and the ranking established after these different matches determines that year's winner.
As every year, the biggest rugby matches take place at Stade de France; during the 6 Nations Championship. Guy Noves’s French team will have to go out of their way after the last defeat against the All Blacks (19-24) in order to win titles again, while the titanic battle for the French Cup is in full swing for the Top 14.
The national team plays its rugby test matches at Stade de France. Test matches are special and magical moments when anything can happen. Each year, the French team accustoms us to memorable performances. Being at Stade de France is always a special moment of festivity and communion.