FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Euro 92


France vs Netherlands


Match Worn Shirt


Rousset Gilles

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Kirin Cup 1992


Japan vs France


Match Worn Shirt


Barthez Fabien

Did you Know?

During the Kirin Cup 94 Barthez made his debut with France National Team on 26 May 1994 against Australia. Though Barthez was understudy to Bernard Lama at UEFA Euro 1996 – at which France reached the semi-finals – he gained the number one goalkeeping position shortly afterwards and would not relinquish it for a decade.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


1997-1998


France vs South Africa


Match Worn Shirt

World Cup 98

The 1998 FIFA World Cup was the 16th FIFA World Cup, the world championship for men’s national association football teams. It was held in France from 10 June to 12 July 1998. The country was chosen as the host nation by FIFA for the second time in the history of the tournament, defeating Morocco in the bidding process. It was the second time that France staged the competition (the first was in 1938), and the ninth time that it was held in Europe. Qualification for the finals began in March 1996 and concluded in November 1997. For the first time in the competition, the group stage was expanded from 24 teams to 32, with eight groups of four. A total of 64 matches were played in 10 stadiums located across 10 different host cities, with the opening match and final staged at the Stade de France, Saint-Denis. The tournament was won by France, who beat defending champions Brazil 3–0 in the final. France won their first title, becoming the seventh nation to win a World Cup, and the sixth (after Uruguay, Italy, England, West Germany and Argentina) to win the tournament on home soil. Croatia, Jamaica, Japan and South Africa made their first appearances in the finals. Austria, England, Scotland and Yugoslavia returned after missing the 1994 tournament.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Fifa World Cup “FRANCE 98”


France vs Italy


Match Worn Shirt


Petit Emmanuel

The Barthez–Blanc head-kissing ritual performed at the start of the game against Italy.

Did you Know?

France Team won the 1998 FIFA World Cup. The Final was played on 12 July 1998 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis. The final was contested by Brazil, who were the defending champions having won the previous FIFA World Cup four years earlier in 1994, and the host nation France, who had reached the final of the tournament for the first time. France won the match 3–0 to claim the World Cup for the first time, with the timing of the match two days before Bastille Day adding to the significance of the victory. Zinedine Zidane, who was named man of the match, scored twice before half-time and Emmanuel Petit added a third goal in the last minute. The match had an attendance in the region of 75,000.

Things to Know:

In the quarterfinal France faced Italy. The game went to the penalties after the 0-0 in the 90 minutes. France won the penalties 4-3 going straight to semi final against Croatia.

Watch the penalties set between France and Italy

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Fifa World Cup “FRANCE 98”


France vs Brazil


Match Worn Shirts


Deschamps Didier


Watch France vs Brazil Highlights above

Did you Know?

The 1998 FIFA World Cup Final was a football match that was played on 12 July 1998 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis to determine the winner of the 1998 FIFA World Cup. The final was contested by Brazil, who were the defending champions having won the previous FIFA World Cup four years earlier in 1994, and the host nation France, who had reached the final of the tournament for the first time. France won the match 3–0 to claim the World Cup for the first time, with the timing of the match two days before Bastille Day adding to the significance of the victory. Zinedine Zidane, who was named man of the match, scored twice before half-time and Emmanuel Petit added a third goal in the last minute. The match had an attendance in the region of 75,000. On their way to the final, defending champions Brazil, coached by their former player Mário Zagallo, recorded victories over Scotland (2–1) and Morocco (3–0) to top their group with 6 points from three matches, suffering a surprise 2–1 defeat at the hands of Norway in their final group game. After a 4–1 win over Chile and a 3–2 success against Denmark, they reached the final with a penalty shoot-out victory over the Netherlands. As for France, they won their three group matches and defeated Paraguay in the knockout stages on golden goals. They had a penalty-shootout with Italy in the quarter-finals, and defeated recently formed Croatia to reach the final. The match also saw speculation on the condition of the Brazilian striker Ronaldo, who suffered a convulsive fit on the eve of the match. After initially being left out of the team sheet, in spite of his physical state, it was announced just 72 minutes before kick-off that he was going to play. In the match, he sustained an injury in a clash with French goalkeeper Fabien Barthez. Although it was believed that the decision to play Ronaldo had backfired, it was understandable as the player had been a crucial member of the side throughout the tournament, having scored four goals and created three more. For Brazil, this marked only the second time that they had lost a World Cup final, following their 2–1 upset loss to Uruguay in the de facto final of the 1950 FIFA World Cup. The 3–0 scoreline was also Brazil’s previous largest loss at any World Cup match prior to their 7–1 loss to Germany in the semifinals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Things to Know:

This shirt was made for the team together with some other models of polo shirts before the World Cup Final. It is the regular shirt that the used for all of the World Cup period with an extra embroidery on chest. Another curious thing is that the French Federation had only few player’s shirts left in stock before the World Cup Final with the regular World Cup embroidery so just before the game there were made 2 sets of player’s shirts with “FIFA WORLD CUP FRANCE 98” printed on chest and not embroidered. The shirt that were used for the game were embroidered but player’s extra sets were iron printed. Below there are the two versions. Embroidered and printed. And both of them are considered player’s shirts.

Didier Deschamps Shirt with embroidered details

Didier Deschamps Shirt with iron printed details

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Fifa World Cup “FRANCE 98”


France vs Brazil


Player’s Warm Up Shirt 


Did You Know?

“The Cup of Life” (Spanish: La Copa de la Vida) is a song recorded by Ricky Martin. It was released on March 9, 1998, as the second single from Vuelve (1998). “The Cup of Life” became the official song of the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France and topped the charts in many countries around the world.  The music video to “The Cup of Life” was shot by Wayne Isham in 1998 in a concert in Puerto Rico and later aired in April 1998. In the video, Martin performs the song energetically before a sold out concert audience. The music video to the Spanish version of the song, known as “La Copa de la Vida”, basically consists of the performance in “The Cup of Life” video, but starts with Martin kicking a soccer ball to the screen while being filmed, presumably for the song’s video. This video is also interspersed by added scenes of the audience singing and dancing to the song, plus shots of different soccer players playing during the FIFA World Cup, which in turn are being projected onto a wall while Martin sometimes poses before it.

Euro 2000

The 2000 UEFA European Football Championship, also known as Euro 2000, was the 11th UEFA European Football Championship, which is held every four years and organised by UEFA, association football’s governing body in Europe. The finals of Euro 2000 were co-hosted (the first time this happened) by Belgium and the Netherlands, between 10 June and 2 July 2000. Spain and Austria also bid to host the event. The final tournament was contested by 16 nations. With the exception of the national teams of the hosts, Belgium and the Netherlands, the finalists had to go through a qualifying round to reach the final stage. France won the tournament, by defeating Italy 2–1 in the final, via a golden goal. The finals saw the first major UEFA competition contested in the King Baudouin Stadium (formerly the Heysel Stadium) since the events of the 1985 European Cup Final and the Heysel Stadium disaster, with the opening game being played in the rebuilt stadium. A high-scoring tournament with many exciting matches and a very high standard of play, Euro 2000 is often named by football writers as one of the greatest-ever international tournaments.

Things to Know:

France-Portugal was the first of the Euro 2000 semi-finals. It ended in a controversy after France beat Portugal in sudden-death extra-time with a penalty from Zinedine Zidane awarded on the say-so of a Slovakian linesman. With the match six minutes away from a penalty shootout Igor Sramka drew the Austrian referee Günter Benko’s attention to what he saw as a handball by Abel Xavier, Portugal’s Everton right-back, who appeared to drop his left hand to intercept a narrow-angle shot from Sylvain Wiltord by the near post.Play was delayed by at least three minutes as Portugal, their players and bench, raged at Benkö and Sramka. Luis Figo appeared to have left the scene in disgust, taking off his shirt, but returned seconds before Zidane drove the ball into the roof of the net and France to Rotterdam for the Final against Italy.

Watch France-Portugal highlights

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Euro 2000


France vs Portugal


Match Worn Shirt


Candela Vincent

Did you Know?

For France, Candela was capped 40 times between 1996 and 2003, scoring five goals. His playing time was often limited by Bixente Lizarazu, but he did play in one match during France’s 1998 FIFA World Cup triumph on home soil. During France’s triumphant Euro 2000 campaign, Candela played two matches, both as a starter. He also played for France at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, and at the 2002 FIFA World Cup.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Euro 2000


France vs Portugal


Match Worn Shorts


Candela Vincent

Did you Know?

The UEFA Euro 2000 Final was a football match played on 2 July 2000 at Feijenoord Stadion in Rotterdam, Netherlands, to determine the winner of UEFA Euro 2000. France won the match, defeating Italy 2–1. Marco Delvecchio gave Italy the lead in the 55th minute and they held on until the final minute of injury time, when Sylvain Wiltord crashed a low drive past Italian keeper Francesco Toldo to take the game into extra time. France won the game just before half-time in extra-time when Robert Pirès cut the ball back for David Trezeguet to fire the golden goal and win the tournament for France.

Watch Euro 2000 Final highlights

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


EURO 2000


France vs Italy


Match Worn Shirt


Djorkaeff Youri

Did you Know?

Djorkaeff accumulated 82 caps and scored 28 goals for France at senior level between 1993 and 2002. Other than the two major tournaments he won with the national side – the 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000 – Djorkaeff also played for his country in UEFA Euro 1996 and the 2002 FIFA World Cup.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Confederation Cup 2002


France vs Japan


Match Worn Shirt


Henry Thierry

Things to Know:

Usually all of the France team’s shirts had the match details embroidered on chest. So it was for the Confederation Cup 2001 as well. But only for the Final game the team didn’t have the match details under the FFF logo but it only had a more generic “COUPE DES CONFEDERATIONS COREE JAPON 2001″without any match details.

Did you Know?

The 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup Final was a football match to determine the winners of the 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup. The match was held at Yokohama International Stadium, Yokohama, Japan, on 10 June 2001 and was contested by Japan and France. France won the match 1–0 with the only goal coming after thirty minutes when Patrick Vieira headed in over the advancing keeper Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi from the edge of the penalty area after a long pass from Frank Leboeuf in midfield.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


2001-2002


France vs Russia


Match Worn Shirt


Zidane Zinedine

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Fifa World Cup “KOREA & JAPAN 2002”


France vs Denmark


Match Worn Shirt


Zidane Zinedine

Did you Know?

As reigning world and European champions, France entered the 2002 World Cup as favourites but a thigh injury prevented Zidane from playing in France’s first two matches and without their talisman, the French team failed to score in either match. He was rushed back prematurely for the third game despite not being fully fit, but could not prevent France from being ignominiously eliminated in the group stage without scoring a single goal; the worst performance by a defending champion in the history of the competition.

Things to Know:

The Fifa World Cup 2002 had several upsets and surprise results which included the defending champions France being eliminated in the group stage after earning a single point. France took on Senegal, Uruguay, and Denmark. The World Cup started with a 1–0 defeat of France, playing without the injured Zinedine Zidane, by tournament newcomers Senegal in the tournament’s opening match held in Seoul, South Korea. France were held to a 0–0 draw in Busan by Uruguay after star striker Thierry Henry was sent off. A 2–0 defeat by Denmark in their last group game in Incheon sealed France’s elimination in the World Cup. The world champions went out of the Cup without even managing to score a goal and earned the unwanted record of the worst World Cup performance by a defending champion

Things to Know:

The 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup football tournament was the sixth FIFA Confederations Cup, held in France in June 2003. France retained the title they had won in 2001, but the tournament was overshadowed by the death of Cameroon player Marc-Vivien Foé, who died of heart failure in his side’s semi-final against Colombia. Foé’s death united the France and Cameroon teams in the final match, which was played even though team players from both sides had explicitly stated that the match should not be played out of respect for Foé. France went on to win the trophy with a golden goal from Thierry Henry.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Confederation Cup 2003


France vs Colombia


Match Worn Shirt


Gallas William

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Confederation Cup 2003


France vs New Zealand


Match Worn Shirt


Kapo Olivier

Things to Know:

At the presentation of medals and trophies, two Cameroon players held a gigantic photo of Foé, and a runner-up medal was hung to the edge of the photo too. When French captain Marcel Desailly was presented with the Confederations Cup, he did not lift it up high, but held it in unison with Cameroon captain Rigobert Song. Foé finished third in media voting for player of the tournament and was posthumously awarded the Bronze Ball at its conclusion.

Did you Know?

Fifa’s centenary has been done with all the branding brilliance of Manchester United – everything from coffee table books, cufflinks, gold ingots, medals and coins to Fifa pins, pens, umbrellas and mouse pads – and last night France v Brazil. The World Cup holders came to Paris to play the European champions here in Saint-Denis to remind us all that the likes of Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane, pictured left teasing Juninho Pernambucano, command a status to which successive Fifa presidents, from the initiating Robert Guérin to Sepp Blatter, cannot aspire. The game, on the eve of today’s 100th anniversary of the world body’s founding, finished a 0-0 draw, the same score as in the first international between Scotland and England in 1872. But the magical footwork of Zidane and Ronaldo, Thierry Henry and Roberto Carlos, said more about the beautiful game for the stadium-record 79,344 crowd than all the assembled dignitaries. “Of course, it’s a 0-0 draw . . . but it does not feel like it,” the Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira said.France’s Marcel Desailly and Claude Makelele were booed by the crowd for their unsporting behaviour in Chelsea’s Champions League match in Monaco.On the field France began in a replica of the kit from their first match in 1904 – blue shirts with collars, a belt and long cream shorts with red socks. Brazil wore white shirts with lace-up collars and long white shorts with blue socks from 1914. In the second half both teams went back to their classic kits with extra badge on sleeve to celebrate the event.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Fifa Centennial Match


France vs Brazil


Match Worn Shirt


Micoud Johan

Did you Know?

France, the holders, and England ended their Group B encounter in furious fashion as the French scored twice in injury time to go from 1–0 down to 2–1 winners. Zinedine Zidane scored in the first minute of injury time and two minutes later, an error by the English defence gave a France penalty and Zidane fired in the winner. France and England qualified from the group as winners and runners-up, respectively.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Euro 2004


France vs England


Match Worn Shirt


Silvestre Mikael

Things to Know:

Silvestre was previously a member of French junior team at the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship. He earned his first senior cap for France on 27 February 2001 in a friendly against Germany that ended in a 1–0 win. He won the Confederations Cup both in 2001 and 2003 with France. Silvestre also played one game in the French squad that made the final of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, but has not played since the tournament. He was recalled by Raymond Domenech for the 19 November 2008 friendly against Uruguay, but was an unused substitute. Raymond Domenech said he was in contention for a place at the 2010 FIFA World Cup, but he did not get a place. Silvestre was in the squad for a friendly against Romania in 2011, but was an unused substitute.


FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


February 18th 2004


Belgium vs France


Match Issued Shirt


Barthez Fabien


Did you Know?

Rated by pundits as one of the greatest goalkeepers of his generation, in his prime, Barthez was considered to be one of the best goalkeepers in the world, and is regarded as one of the best French players ever in his position, being named the fourth greatest French goalkeeper of all time in IFFHS’ Century elections, behind Bernard Lama, Pierre Chayriguès, and Julien Darui. Standing at 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in), he was not particularly tall for a goalkeeper, although he was extremely athletic, and was known for his elevation, as well as his decision-making and commitment when coming out to collect the ball, which enabled him to command his area effectively in spite of his short stature; however, at times he was still caught out on high balls due to his lack of height, and he also came under criticism on occasion for his indicisiveness when struggling to deal with crosses. A flamboyant and instinctive keeper, he was also extremely agile, and possessed excellent reflexes, which enabled him to produce spectacular, acrobatic, and decisive reaction saves; he also possessed a good positional sense. In addition to his shot-stopping abilities, Barthez was also known to be a passionate, popular, and highly recognisable footballing figure, who stood out for his outgoing personality, self-assurance, and composure under pressure, as well as his leadership from the back and authoritative presence in goal. Furthermore, Barthez was highly regarded for his exceptional skills with the ball at his feet, as well as his accurate distribution with his left foot, which enabled him to play the ball out from the back or launch an attack with his quick throws or long goal kicks; his confidence in possession often led him to be involved in the build-up of plays, and he often operated outside the penalty area, and would even occasionally attempt to dribble with the ball past opposing strikers with feints such as nutmegs or stepovers. He was also very quick off his line, and often acted as a sweeper-keeper, thus contributing to the evolution of the role. While he received plaudits for his goalkeeping ability in the media, throughout his career Barthez also frequently came under criticism from pundits for his stubbornness, and his aggressive, unorthodox, and eccentric style of play, as well as for taking unnecessary risks, and was also deemed to be inconsistent, unreliable, and prone to errors and lapses in concentration.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Euro 2004


France vs Switzerland


Match Worn Shirt


Trezeguet David

Did you Know?

Although ranked first in the world, France failed spectacularly in the 2002 World Cup, crashing out in the group stage without scoring a single goal, despite David Trezeguet, Thierry Henry and Djibril Cissé being the top goalscorers respectively in Serie A, the Premier League and Ligue 1 that season. The failure was then followed up by a quarter-final exit at Euro 2004 at the hands of unheralded Greece with Trezeguet scoring just one goal in the tournament in a 2–2 draw against Croatia.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Euro 2004


France vs England


Match Worn Shorts


Zidane Zinedine

Did you Know?

At Euro 2004, France topped their group with wins over England and Switzerland, before being knocked out in the quarter finals by eventual champions Greece in a surprise 1–0 loss. In the opening match against England, Zidane scored a free kick and penalty in stoppage time to turn defeat into a 2–1 victory for France. After France’s elimination Zidane announced his retirement from international football.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Euro 2004


Signed Ball


Things to Know:

Adidas Roteiro, commonly known as Roteiro, was the official match ball of the UEFA Euro 2004 championships in Portugal. “Roteiro” means “road map” or “navigation chart” in Portuguese and is a reference to the discoveries made by the Portuguese in the 15th and 16th century. It is made by Adidas and it was presented on 1 December 2003 in Lisbon.  For the first time in a major football tournament, every single ball at the Euro 2004 was personalized to each game. The Roteiro balls had inscribed the name of the teams playing, the date, the name of the stadium, and the longitude and latitude of the center spot of the pitch. It was the first ball to feature an innovative thermal-bonding production technique developed by Adidas. Adidas supplied 2,300 balls for games and training sessions for the tournament.


Fifa World Cup “GERMANY 2006”


The 2006 FIFA World Cup was the 18th FIFA World Cup, the quadrennial international football world championship tournament. It was held from 9 June to 9 July 2006 in Germany, which won the right to host the event in July 2000. Teams representing 198 national football associations from all six populated continents participated in the qualification process which began in September 2003. Thirty-one teams qualified from this process, along with the host nation, Germany, for the finals tournament. It was the second time that Germany staged the competition (the first was in 1974 as West Germany and also a re-FIFA World Cup), and the tenth time that it was held in Europe. Italy won the tournament, claiming their fourth World Cup title. They defeated France 5–3 in a penalty shootout in the final, after extra time had finished in a 1–1 draw. Germany defeated Portugal 3–1 to finish in third place. Angola, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Serbia and Montenegro, Trinidad and Tobago, and Togo made their first appearances in the finals.The 2006 World Cup stands as one of the most watched events in television history, garnering an estimated 26.29 billion non-unique viewers, compiled over the course of the tournament. The final attracted an estimated audience of 715.1 million people. The 2006 World Cup ranks fourth in non-unique viewers, behind the World Cup in 1994, 2002, and 1990. As the winner, Italy represented the World in the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Fifa World Cup “GERMANY 2006”


Match Issued Shirt


Chimbonda Pascal

Things to Know:

This kind of embroidery with match details circled embroidered below the FFF logo on chest was never used during the World Cup. This is the usual embroidery used by the team before and after the World Cup but not for this event. For the World Cup it was used a one-of-a-kind embroidery with F.F.F. circled embroidered  below the cock (which is pretty uncommon as F.F.F. never appears on match shirts in the past years) and match details below it. This is something that was probably decided just before the World Cup as first games shirts were prepared with the classic embroidery as it is this Chimbonda’s shirt prepared for the game against Togo National Team.

Did you Know?

The 2006 FIFA World Cup Final was a football match that took place on 9 July 2006 at the Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany, to determine the winner of the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Italy beat France on penalties after the match finished 1–1 after extra time. France’s Zinedine Zidane was sent off in his last-ever match, for headbutting Italy’s Marco Materazzi’s chest in retaliation to Materazzi’s verbal provocation. The final started with each side scoring within the first 20 minutes. Zinedine Zidane opened the scoring by converting a controversial seventh-minute penalty kick, conceded by Marco Materazzi, which glanced off the underside of the crossbar and into the goal. Materazzi then levelled the scores in the 19th minute, a header from six yards following an Andrea Pirlo corner from the right. Both teams had chances to score the winning goal in normal time: Luca Toni hit the crossbar in the 35th minute for Italy, later having a header disallowed for offside, while France were not granted a possible second penalty in the 53rd minute when Florent Malouda went down in the box after a cover tackle from Gianluca Zambrotta. France appeared to be the side with better chances to win because of the higher number of shots on goal. They were unable to capitalize, however, and the score remained at one goal each. At the end of the regulation 90 minutes, the score was still level at 1–1, and the match was forced into extra time. Italian keeper Gianluigi Buffon made a potentially game-saving save in extra time when he tipped a Zidane header over the crossbar.  As Zidane and Materazzi were jogging up the pitch close to each other, they briefly exchanged words after Materazzi was seen tugging at Zidane’s jersey before Zidane began to walk away from him. Moments later, Zidane suddenly stopped, turned around and head-butted Materazzi’s chest, knocking him to the ground. Although play was halted, referee Horacio Elizondo did not appear to have seen the confrontation. According to match officials’ reports, fourth official Luis Medina Cantalejo informed Elizondo of the incident through his headset. After consulting his assistants, Elizondo issued Zidane a red card in the 110th minute. It marked the 14th overall expulsion of Zidane’s career, and joined him with Cameroon’s Rigobert Song as the only players ever to be sent off during two separate World Cup tournaments. He also became the fourth player red-carded in a World Cup final, in addition to being the first sent off in extra time. Extra time produced no further goals and a penalty shoot-out followed, which Italy won 5–3. France’s David Trezeguet, the man who scored the golden goal against Italy in the Euro 2000 final, was the only player not to score his penalty; his spot kick hit the crossbar, leaving Fabio Grosso – who scored Italy’s first goal in the semi-final against Germany – to score the winning penalty.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Fifa World Cup “GERMANY 2006”


France vs Italy


Match Worn Shirt


Givet Gael

Watch the World Cup 2006 Final highlights

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Fifa World Cup “GERMANY 2006”


France vs Italy


Match Issued Shirt


Thuram Lilian

Did you Know?

This home blue shirt was not used for the Final as the team used the white shirt. But both colors were prepared for the Final since for every World Cup Final, when both teams have the same colors of shirts, there is a drawing the day before the game with the referee’s presence, to decide what team will use home kit, unless both teams agree it themselves. So, since France team’s shirts had embroidery on chest, both shirt’s versions were prepared.

Did you Know?

This shirt was never used as Flamini was not part of France Team to Euro 2008. He was omitted from the French Euro 2008 squad two times in less than a fortnight.  After failing to make the original 23-man group, Flamini was called up as a potential emergency replacement after the injury occurred to Patrick Vieira. France’s manager Domenech had to make a final decision before the first Group C match against Romania and since Vieira tried to be available for France’s second match against Holland, Domenech preferred to wait for Vieira’s recovery. So Flamini was cutted off few hours before the game Romania but his jersey for all of the Group’s matches were already prepared. 

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


Euro 2008


France vs Italy


Match Issued Shirt


Flamini Mathieu

Did you Know?

This game was played at the Stade de France in Paris on November 13th 2015, the night that series of attacks targeting young concert-goers, soccer fans and Parisians enjoying a Friday night out at popular nightspots killed at least 120 people in the deadliest violence to strike France since World War II. The attack unfolded with two suicide bombings and an explosion outside the Stade de France during a soccer match between the French and German national teams.

FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM


November 13th 2015


France vs Germany


Match Used Ticket


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