The France national rugby union team represents France in rugby union. This year six nations championship tournaments held at France, begun at 6 February by the match of France vs Italy in The Stade de France is the national stadium of France.
This year at six nations championship France already won a match against Italy (France 23 – 21 Italy) which gives some hope for the France supporters that they can win few more matches of this six nations tournaments and make a good position in this tournament.
Last year in the Rugby World Cup France faced the power house NZ all blacks in quarter-final (Zealand 62 – 13 France) and the result was shocking for France rugby fans because result was not good enough for France fans, on that match new Zealand smashed France.
There is few more matches ahead of France they are going to face Wales on February 26 at Millennium Stadium, This match very important for both team.
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France will face three home matches (vs Italy, Ireland and England) and two away matches (vs Wales and Scotland) in the 2016 Six Nations Championship.
France ended last season’s Championship in fourth spot – the same position they finished the previous year.
France 23-21 Italy at Stade de France, Paris
Saturday 6th February 2016 – Attendance: 64,000
France 10-9 Ireland at Stade de France, Paris
Saturday 13th February 2016 – Attendance: 78,000
Wales v France at Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Friday 26th February 2016 – Kick Off: 20:05 GMT
Scotland v France at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Sunday 13th March 2016 – Kick Off: 15:00 GMT
France v England at Stade de France, Paris
Saturday 19th March 2016 – Kick Off: 21:00 GMT
France head coach Guy Novès, named a 31-man squad for the 2016 Six Nations Championship
Forwards: Uini Atonio, Eddy Ben Arous, Antoine Burban, Yacouba Camara, Camille Chat, Damien Chouly, Alessandre Flanquart, Kevin Gourdon, Guilhem Guirado (captain), Paul Jedrasiak, Wenceslas Lauret, Yoann Maestri, Louis Picamoles, Jefferson Poirot, Rabah Slimani, Sebastien Vahaamahina
Backs: Sebastien Bezy, Hugo Bonneval, Jonathan Danty, Jean-Marc Doussain, Alexandre Dumoulin, Benjamin Fall, Gael Fickou, Wesley Fofana, Remi Lamerat, Maxime Machenaud, Maxime Medard, Morgan Parra, Jules Plisson, Scott Spedding, Virimi Vakatawa.
France Rugby Team : Previous Results
Feb 13, 2016 Six Nations France 10 – 9 Ireland
Feb 6, 2016 Trophee Garibaldi France 23 – 21 Italy
Oct 11, 2015 Rugby World Cup France 9 – 24 Ireland
Oct 1, 2015 Rugby World Cup Canada 18 – 41 France
Sep 23, 2015 Rugby World Cup France 38 – 11 Romania
Sep 19, 2015 Rugby World Cup France 32 – 10 Italy
France Rugby’s a few news:
France Rugby Team was introduced to Rugby in 1872 by the England and in 1906 the national side played its first Test match – against New Zealand in Paris. The French have competed at every World Cup since the 1987 and they have not yet to win a World Cup. They participated in the play-off stage of every Rugby world cup tournament and reached the final three times.
The France Rugby team traditionally played in blue shirts, red socks, and white shorts, the colors of the French National Flag and like as were nicknamed les tricolores.
The national stadium of France is the “Stade de France” at Saint-Denis in paris, where Six Nations matches are played with capacity of 80,000. France has rugby other venues around the country: Stade Chaban-Delmas, Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Stade Gerland, Stade Vélodrome, Stade de la Mosson, Stade de la Beaujoire, Stade Bonal, Stadium Municipal. You can observe France stadium via Google map → Stade de France Stadium Map
In 2011 the French Rugby Federation (FFR) announced that Adidas would be their new partner for a period of six years from 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2018.