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The French squad has won two silver medals at the Summer Olympics as well, in and Throughout its history, France's national basketball team has experienced many ups and downs.
The time periods where the national team earned medals have been quite streaky. In Europe, team France started out as a fierce competitor.
The team won 5 medals at the EuroBasket between and At the Olympics in London , the France team led by Robert Busnel won an Olympic silver medal, the first Olympic medal in its history.
The French finished second only to the United States. The following years were less glorious. France's basketball team seemingly declined gradually to disappear almost completely from the two major world competitions during the s and s.
During the s Team France had its moments to shine despite some internal struggles and many injuries for key players.
At the European meetings, the team did not win a medal despite some good performances. The years and , however, marked a turnaround for French basketball.
The team built around Rigaudeau , Tariq Abdul-Wahad , Sciarra , Bilba , Foirest finished in the top 4 at the EuroBasket in France and only lost the bronze medal final to Yugoslavia 74—62 , despite some internal problems that disrupted the group of players.
In , team France traveled to the Olympics in Sydney, full of ambition, which developed the means for major achievement. At the end of its time in Australia, the selection of Jean-Pierre de Vincenzi won the Olympic silver medal , the selection's first top 3 performance at a major basketball event in 46 years and its first Olympic medal in 52 years.
However, at the EuroBasket , without Rigaudeau, who surprisingly decided to retire from the team after the Olympics, the year-old Parker alone was not enough as France failed to repeat its outstanding performance at the Olympic Games.
France lost the quarter-finals to Germany 77—81 and finished 6th place overall. During this time, most of France's players cleared their spots for a new generation of players, which were available in abundance as France Junior national team had won the junior championship.
The stated objective was the title, which would come as the second within a short time-period to Tony Parker who had won the NBA title only a few months ago.
But despite competing with one of the most promising rosters ever, France lost in the semifinal against Lithuania and then also barely lost the match for 3rd place against Italy , which France had declassified in the preliminary round.
At the end, France even failed to qualify for the Summer Olympics in Athens. Hoping not to repeat the disappointing performance of , France's squad again saw some considerable changes in After a sobering first round, team France improved to stunning performances in the playoffs.
First, France eliminated world champion Serbia-Montenegro on their home court, then the team defeated the European champion Lithuania.
Then, in a semi-final game against Greece where both side battled each other through tough defense, France failed in the last second after leading by seven points, 45 seconds before the game ended.
Unlike , however, France recovered to win a bronze medal by beating Spain in the small final by more than thirty points. Because of this, the San Antonio Spurs , who just signed Parker to a 51 million Euros contract did not allow him to participate.
After a first round marked by three wins and two losses, including a downfall to Lebanon , France beat Angola in the eighth-finals 68—62 before losing in the quarterfinals against Greece 56— Two victories in classification matches finally granted the French the fifth place.
At the EuroBasket , France fell behind its aspirations again. After a strong preliminary round, the team was eliminated in the quarterfinals by eventual champion Russia 75—71 , then was beaten in the classification games by Croatia 86—69 and Slovenia 88—74 , finishing in 8th place, missing for the second consecutive time the Olympic Games.
In the following months, the team had to go through the ordeal of qualifications to participate in the next EuroBasket which was to be held in In , Michel Gomez returned as coach, a position he has held between and But Gomez failed to help the national team qualify directly for the European Championship and had to enter a repechage tournament.
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Florent Pietrus. Following the renovation of the Parc des Princes in , which gave the stadium the largest capacity in Paris, France moved into the venue permanently.
Both matches were friendlies. In , the Stade de France was inaugurated as France's national stadium ahead of the World Cup.
Located in Saint-Denis , a Parisian suburb, the stadium has an all-seater capacity of 81, France's first match at the stadium was played on 28 January 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, including the World Cup final.
Prior to matches, home or away, the national team trains at the INF Clairefontaine academy in Clairefontaine-en-Yvelines.
The center drew media spotlight following its usage as a base camp by the team that won the World Cup. In the 20th and 23rd minute of an international friendly on 13 November , against Germany, three groups of terrorists attempted to detonate bomb vests, at three entrances of Stade de France, and two explosions occurred.
Play would continue, until the 94th minute, in order to keep the crowd from panicking. Consequently, the stadium was evacuated through the unaffected gates of the stadium away from the players benches.
Due to the blocked exits, spectators who could not leave the stadium had to go down to the pitch and wait until it was safer.
The national team has a broadcasting agreement with TF1 Group , who the Federal Council of the FFF agreed to extend its exclusive broadcasting agreement with the channel.
The new deal grants the channel exclusive broadcast rights for the matches of national team, which include friendlies and international games for the next four seasons beginning in August and ending in June After France won their second World Cup in , M6 together with TF1 broadcast all international fixtures featuring France respectively until The France national team utilizes a three colour system composed of blue, white and red.
The team's three colours originate from the national flag of France , known as the tricolore. Nevertheless, the first France shirt as seen in their first official international match against Belgium in was white, with the two interlinked rings emblem of USFSA —the body that controlled sport in France by then—  on the left.
France normally wear blue shirts, white shorts and red socks at home similar setup to Japan , while, when on the road, the team utilizes an all-white combination or wear red shirts, blue shorts, and blue socks with the former being the most current.
Between —, France wore a white shirt with blue stripes, white shorts, and red socks. Beginning in , France had its shirts made by Le Coq Sportif until In , France reached an agreement with German sports apparel manufacturer Adidas to be the team's kit provider.
Over the next 38 years, the two would maintain a healthy relationship with France winning Euro , the World Cup and Euro while wearing Adidas' famous tricolour three stripes.
During the World Cup, France wore an all-white change strip in all four of its knockout matches , including the final. The first France kit worn in a major tournament produced by Nike was the Euro strip, which was all dark blue and used gold as an accent colour.
In advance of France's hosting of Euro , Nike unveiled a new, unconventional kit set: blue shirts and shorts with red socks at home, white shirts and shorts and with blue socks away.
The away shirt as worn in pre-Euro friendlies and released to the public also featured one blue sleeve and one red sleeve in reference to the "tricolore".
However, due to UEFA regulations, France was forced to wear a modified version with the sleeve colours almost desaturated in their Euro group stage game against Switzerland, which continued to be worn during World Cup qualifying.
France is often referred to by the media and supporters as Les Bleus The Blues , which is the nickname associated with all of France's international sporting teams due to the blue shirts each team incorporates.
The team is also referred to as Les Tricolores or L'Equipe Tricolore The Tri-color Team due to the team's utilization of the country's national colors: blue, white, and red.
Led by coach Michel Hidalgo , France exhibited an inspiring, elegant, skillful and technically advanced offensive style of football, which was strikingly similar to their South American counterparts.
The following players have been called up within the past 12 months. The France team won their first World Cup title in The tournament was played on home soil and France defeated Brazil 3—0 in the final match.
In , France finished as runners-up losing 5—3 on penalties to Italy. The team has also finished in third place on two occasions in and and in fourth place once in The team's worst results in the competition were first-round eliminations in and In , the team suffered an unexpected loss to Senegal and departed the tournament without scoring a goal, while in , a French team torn apart by conflict between the players and staff lost two of three matches and drew the other.
In , France advanced to the quarterfinal before losing to the eventual champion, Germany, 1—0. In , France defeated Croatia 4—2 in the final match and won the World Cup for the second time.
France is one of the most successful nations at the UEFA European Championship having won two titles in and The team is just below Spain and Germany who have won three titles each.
France hosted the inaugural competition in and have appeared in nine UEFA European Championship tournaments, tied for fourth-best. The team won their first title on home soil in and were led by Ballon d'Or winner Michel Platini.
The team's worst result in the competition was a first-round elimination in and France have appeared in two of the eight FIFA Confederations Cups contested and won the competition on both appearances.
The team's two titles place in second place only trailing Brazil who have won four. The team defeated Japan 1—0 in the final match.
In the following Confederations Cup in , France, appearing in the competition as the host country, won the competition beating Cameroon 1—0 after extra time.
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First colours. Second colours. Medal record. Main article: History of the France national football team. For all past and present players who have appeared for the national team, see List of France international footballers.
See also: List of France national football team captains. Further information: French Player of the Year. Further information: —19 in French football and —20 in French football.
Main article: France national football team all-time record. For single-match results of the national team, see French football single-season articles and the team's results page.
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