At the end of this year, Didier Deschamps played 108 matches with the French football team, a record. This article or section contains information about an ongoing national team campaign. This article deals with the year 2018 of the French football team. This article deals with the year 2017 of the French football team. The objective – achieved – was to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia without going through the play-offs. The Blues are seeded and will meet Australia, Peru and Denmark in the group stages of the World Cup. In October, the Blues beat Armenia 4 goals to 0 then Denmark 2 goals to 1 in Copenhagen. For their last match played in 2018, the Blues won 1-0 at the Stade de France against the Uruguay team: Olivier Giroud scored the only goal of the match, on a penalty.
At the end of this year, Olivier Giroud is the 2nd top scorer in the history of the French football team, with 49 goals (behind Thierry Henry, 51) and Antoine Griezmann is 5th with 33 goals. At the end of this group stage, France finished second and did not qualify for the Final Four of the UEFA Nations League which will take place in June 2019 in Portugal; it nevertheless remains in league A. The Netherlands finish first in the group. Final Four which will take place in Portugal is not reached. All of Paris is therefore not on fire, even if the buildings that burn are symbolically very important. Text may change as the event progresses, may not be up to date, or may be out of date. ↑ The ranking, which was originally due to be published on July 19, has been pushed back to mid-August. Cf. François Kulawik, “A problematic Fifa ranking? Bundesliga and entered the top 5 of the historic scorer rankings in the German championship. His time at PSG, made up of a few ups and downs, punctuated by numerous injuries and countless escapades, will leave an impression of unfinished business. The first match of the year saw France take on Luxembourg at Stade Josy-Barthel on March 25, 2017. The players coached by 1998 world champion Didier Deschamps are starting the year in perfect fashion by winning in Luxembourg.
This article is about the year 2020 of the French football team. The French football team in 2018 will refine its preparation for the World Cup with friendly matches. The preparation for the World Cup continues with three other friendly matches: at the end of March, the Blues bring back a 3-1 victory for Saint Petersburg against the future hosts of the competition, before challenging at home respectively the Irish, Italian and American with a rather positive record (2 wins, then 1 draw). Twenty years after the 1998 generation of Zidane and captain Deschamps, the Blues therefore won the competition for the second time, making Deschamps the third footballer to win it as a player, then as a coach. Qualified for the knockout phase of the competition, they beat the Argentina team in the 1/8 finals (4-3) in a very prolific match, the Uruguay team in the 1/4 finals (2 -0), and the Belgian team in the 1/2 final (1-0) to qualify for the final on July 15, 2018 against the Croatian team.
This objective was achieved on July 6, 2018 with the victory against Uruguay 2-0 in the quarter-finals. Kylian Mbappé is the top scorer of the year with 12 goals in 13 games played; Olivier Giroud is the second top scorer with 7 goals in 10 games. Olivier Giroud is the team's top scorer (as in 2019, 2017, 2016 and 2015), with 5 goals. At the end of this year, Hugo Lloris has 120 caps and Olivier Giroud 105, making them the 3rd and 7th most capped players of all time in the French national team. At the end of this year, Hugo Lloris has been captain 96 times since 2010, a record. On November 17, 2019, the stadium hosted the Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Football Club (Tottenham Hotspur's women's team) for the first time, for a North London Derby against Arsenal's women's team (0-2) as part of of the Women's Premier League. May 5, Furiani drama: collapse of a stand at the Furiani stadium in Bastia; 18 dead and 2,500 injured. 0-1 at the Amsterdam Arena and 2-1 at the Stade de France.