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Tout à propos de France
(all about france)


Nickname(s) : Les Bleus (The Blues)
Les Tricolores (The Tri-colors)

Association : Fédération Française
de Football

Confederation : UEFA (Europe)

Head coach : Laurent Blanc

Asst coach : Jean-Louis Gasset
Alain Boghossian

Captain : Vacant

Most caps : Lilian Thuram (142)

Top scorer : Thierry Henry (51)

Home stadium : Stade de France

FIFA code : FRA

FIFA ranking : 27

Highest FIFA ranking : 1 (May 2001 – May 2002)

Lowest FIFA ranking : 27 (September 2010)

Elo ranking : 27

Highest Elo ranking : 1 (most recently July 2007)

Lowest Elo ranking : 44 (May 1928
February 1930)

First international : Belgium 3 - 3 France
(Brussels, Belgium; 1 May 1904)

Biggest win : France 10–0 Azerbaijan
(Auxerre, France; 6 September 1995)

Biggest defeat : Denmark 17–1 France
(London, England; 22 October 1908)

World Cup

Appearances : 13 (First in 1930)

Best result : Winners, 1998

European Championship

Appearances : 7 (First in 1960)

Best result : Winners, 1984 and 2000

Confederations Cup

Appearances : 2 (First in 2001)

Best result : Winners, 2001 and 2003

France National Football Team

The France national football team (French: Equipe de France) 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.

France was one of the four European teams that participated at the inaugural World Cup in 1930 and are one of eight national teams to have won the competition, which they did in 1998 when they hosted the Cup. They defeated Brazil 3–0 in the final.

France has also won two UEFA European Football Championships, winning the first in 1984, led by Ballon d'Or winner Michel Platini, and the most recent in 2000, led by three time FIFA World Player of the Year Zinedine Zidane. Following France's 2001 Confederations Cup victory, they became, along with Argentina, the only national teams to win the three most important men's titles organized by FIFA: the FIFA World Cup, the FIFA Confederations Cup, and the Olympic Tournament.

France currently share a competitive rivalry with neighbors Italy, whom they first contested in 1910. The rivalry lay dormant for a while, but re-ignited following the controversial circumstances surrounding Zinedine Zidane's sending-off in the 2006 World Cup final.

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(this is our home)

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Stade de France

During France's early run of existence, the team's national stadium alternated between the Parc des Princes in Paris and the Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir in Colombes. France also hosted matches at the Stade Pershing, Stade de Paris, and the Stade Buffalo, but to a minimal degree.

As the years moved forward, France began hosting matches outside the city of Paris hosting matches at such venues as the Stade Marcel Saupin in Nantes, the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille, the Stade de Gerland in Lyon, and the Stade de la Meinau in Strasbourg, to name a few. Following the renovation of the Parc des Princes in 1972, which made the stadium the largest in terms of attendance, France moved into the venue permanently. The team still hosted friendly matches and minor FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Football Championship qualification matches at other venues.

In 1998, the Stade de France was inaugurated as France's national stadium ahead of the 1998 FIFA World Cup. Located in Saint-Denis, a Parisian suburb, the stadium has an all-seater capacity of 81,338. France's first match at the stadium was played on 28 January 1998 against Spain. France won the match 1–0, with Zinedine Zidane scoring the lone goal. Since that match, France has used the stadium for almost every major home game.
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Ligue 1 youth academies still Europe's best

Quote:Statistics from the 2009-10 season have confirmed that France remains Europe's number one producer of footballing talent with Ligue 1 clubs Olympique Lyonnais, Stade Rennais and Toulouse leading the way...

Project manager for the French Football Federation's DTN, Ludovic Debru has revealed the healthy status of French youth academies after a meticulous study of the 2009-10 campaign in European competition as well as the top five leagues: Ligue 1, Spain's Liga, England's Premier League, Italy's Serie A and Germany's Bundesliga.

Player exports: Brazil, Argentina, France...

In the five major leagues, French youth academies produced a Europe-leading 114 player exports, behind only Brazil (156) and Argentina (121).

78 French youth academy graduates started league matches in Spain, England, Italy and Germany, again, second only to Brazil (88).

Champions League benchmark

And finally, after Brazil (68 professional players), France was again the number one European producer of players in the Champions League with 65 professional players taking part in the 2009-10 edition.

Academy graduates playing professionally

In terms of individual youth academy production, Ligue 1 clubs provided three of Europe's top six for graduates playing professionally, with Olympique Lyonnais second only to Real Madrid.

1. Real Madrid (27)
2. Olympique Lyonnais and Barcelona (18)
4 . Stade Rennais (17)
5. Toulouse FC, Atalanta Bergamo (13)
7. Espanyol, AC Milan (12)
9. Stuttgart, Bayern Munich Athletic Bilbao (11)
12. AS Saint-Etienne, Manchester United, West Ham, Juventus, AS Roma (10)

First team opportunities

Ligue 1 also provided three of the top five European clubs for their own academy graduates featuring regularly in league matches for the 2009-10 term:

1. Barcelona (9)
2. Athletic Bilbao (8)
3. Stade Rennais, Toulouse FC (6)
5. AS Saint-Etienne (5)

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