Live Soccer TV

Live Soccer TV App for iOS
Live Soccer TV App for Android
France

France National Football Team

Fixtures / Results / TV Schedules / Live Streams


*All times are shown in your local time

News

Transfer news: French club Marseille sign Swansea striker on loan
Live Soccer TV
Swansea striker Bafe Gomis has officially signed with French club Marseille on a season-long loan.

France's Euro 2016 profile, roster, broadcasters

France will be the host nation for the 15th edition of the UEFA Euro Championship, which will take place from June 10 to July 10, 2016. So far, Les Bleus have won this title twice.

They first won it in 1984 as the host nation and in 2000 when it was hosted by Belgium and the Netherlands. In 2000, they became the second team to hold the Euro and World Cup titles at the same time.Didier Deschamps

Also, apart from Germany and Spain, France is the only country to have won the Euros more than once. Here is a quick preview of their 2016 squad, fixtures, and live broadcast info:

Fixtures

Les Bleus are in Group A together with Switzerland, Albania and Romania. Here are their first three opening matches:

10th June: France vs Romania 

Venue: Saint Denis

15th June: France vs Albania 

Venue: Marseille

19th June: France vs Switzerland 

Venue: Lille

Squad

The French boast of one of the most powerful squads in this year’s tournament. They are made up of highly-talented youngsters who have been impressive across different leagues in Europe this season. For example, all eyes will be on the likes of Leicester City’s N’Golo Kante, Juventus’ Paul Pogba, and the free-kick wizard Dimitri Payet from West Ham United who are expected to stamp their authority at the midfield.

However, Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema will be conspicuously missing from this tournament following the unsolved blackmailing saga involving his teammate Mathieu Valbuena.

Missing in action: Benzema has been accused of blackmailing his national team mate Valbuena in relation to a sex tapeKarim Benzema is set to miss Euro 2016

The France Football Federation announced that the 28-year-old would not participate in the tournament in order to maintain the ‘team spirit’ that was exhibited at the training camp in his absence. He further explained that the federation would not want disrupt the ‘team spirit’ by including the lethal forward in the national team squad.

Paul Pogba in previous action for FrancePaul Pogba in previous action for France

Anthony Martial and Olivier Giroud celebrate a previous goal for FranceAnthony Martial and Olivier Giroud celebrate a previous goal for France

The forward line is also expected to provide fireworks in this tournament thanks to the availability of the likes of Bayern’s Kingsley Coman, Anthony Martial of Man United, Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud and Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann.

With Payet (below), France can bank on goals from set piecesWith Payet, France can bank on goals from set pieces

Without further ado, here is the official 23-man squad that will represent France in the much-anticipated Euro 2016 tournament.

NOTE: Man United's Morgan Schneiderlin has replaced the injured Diarra in the 23-man squadOlivier Giroud, Dmitri Payet, Paul Pogba, N'Golo Kante, Morgan Schneiderlin, Antoine Griezmann, France, Squad, Roster, Euro 2016, UEFA European Championship

Euro 2016 broadcasters in France

Euro 2016 matches will be telecast by four different French broadcasters. National channel TF1 will air 22 matches in HD, including two of France’s group stage encounters, whereas M6 will extend the availability of live free-to-air coverage with 11 matches, including the final from Stade de France in Saint-Denis.

Pay-TV broadcaster beIN Sports secured the rights to all 51 matches, 18 of which will be viewable exclusively on its network. Following an agreement with TF1, Franco-Monegasque TV channel TMC will also air one game from the group stage.

Visit our Euro 2016 TV listings page for full broadcast details.

Switzerland vs France TV and Streaming Schedule

Australia: beIN Sports Australia, beIN Sports Connect Australia
Canada: TSN4, RDS
United States: ESPN3 USA, ESPN Deportes TV, ESPN, WATCH ESPN

France vs Albania TV and Streaming Schedule

Australia: beIN Sports Australia, beIN Sports Connect Australia
Canada: TSN5, TSN1, TSN Radio 1040 | 1410 Vancouver, TSN4, TSN3, RDS
Ireland: ITV 1 UK
United Kingdom: ITV 1 UK
United States: WATCH ESPN, ESPN Deportes TV, ESPN3 USA, ESPN

France vs Romania TV and Streaming Schedule

Australia: SBS One Australia, beIN Sports Connect Australia, beIN Sports Australia
Canada: TSN4, TSN Radio 1040 | 1410 Vancouver, TSN1, RDS 2, TSN5, TSN3
Ireland: ITV 1 UK, BBC Radio 5 Live
United Kingdom: BBC Radio 5 Live, ITV 1 UK
United States: WATCH ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 USA, ESPN Deportes Radio, ESPN Deportes TV

Videos


Francesco Guidolin Full Pre-Match Press Conference - Sw…
Thursday, 11 Aug

Francesco Totti und Marek Hamsik im Mittelpunkt | Fünf…
Thursday, 11 Aug

Press Conference With Swansea Manager Francesco Guidoli…
Friday, 12 Aug

Swans TV - Francesco Guidolin on Stade Rennais win
Saturday, 13 Aug

Alex Morgan and Carli Lloyd talk about upcoming match a…
Friday, 12 Aug

U.S. WNT Relish Olympic Clash vs. France
Friday, 12 Aug

Fans flock to France
Friday, 8 Jul

France Football Association Info & Statistics

History Founded: 1919, Affiliated: 1904
Uniform Jerseys: Blue, Shorts:White, Stockings:Red
Website http://www.fff.fr
World Cup Appearances 14: (1930, 1934, 1938, 1954, 1958, 1966, 1978, 1982, 1986, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014)
World Cup Results First: (1998)
Second: (2006)
Third: (1958, 1986)
Fourth: (1982)
Continental Titles First: UEFA EURO (1984, 2000)
Best Results First: Olympic Football Tournament Final (1984), FIFA Confederations Cup (2001, 2003), FIFA U-17 World Cup Final (2001), FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Final (2005), FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Final (2012), FIFA U-20 World Cup Final (2013)
Third: FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Final (2006), FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Final (2014)
Fourth: Olympic Football Tournament Final (1920), FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Final (2007), FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Final (2008), FIFA Women's World Cup Final (2011), FIFA U-20 World Cup (2011), Olympic Football Tournament Women Final (2012)
Live Soccer TV App
Follow the game on the go
Download the Live Soccer TV App for
iPhone and Android
Live Soccer TV App for iOSLive Soccer TV App for Android

Newsletter Signup »

Email: Why Signup?