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About France Tickets 2023/24

While it's true that the current France national football team is rightly considered one of the best in the world, up to the 1998 FIFA World Cup, it would have been fair to characterize the team as serial nearly-men, a description that they have happily overcome over the past two decades or so.

FIFA World Cup History

France played their first ever international in 1904 when they drew with neighbours Belgium and in 1930, they took part in the first-ever FIFA World Cup, being eliminated in the group stage in Uruguay.

One Man Army

In 1958 they forged a path all the way to the semi-finals in Sweden, thanks almost single-handedly to the efforts of prolific forward Just Fontaine. It took a hat trick from teenager Pelé to knock them out of the tournament.

The 1960s and 70s were a poor era for the France national football team in terms of World Cup displays, the team failing to make it to the finals in 1962, 1970, and 1974 and being knocked out of the group stage in 1966 and 1978.

Stylish 80s

The 80s saw a resurgence that was built on a collection of supremely talented players, including Michel Platini, Alain Giresse, and Jean Tigana. A fourth-place finish was secured in 1982, and in 1986 they battled all the way to the semi-finals before being beaten by West Germany.

Once again, they were hit with a rocky period, with the 1990s seeing a series of qualification blunders costing them their place at the 1990 and 1994 World Cup tournaments, but salvation was not far from their grasp.

1998 Winners

Under national football team coach Aime Jacquet and buoyed by home support, France took the world by storm at the 1998 FIFA World Cup. The team eased through the group stage by beating South Africa, Saudi Arabia, and Denmark and progressively improved, with Zinedine Zidane being the catalyst of a hugely talented crop of players.

It took a last-gasp Laurent Blanc goal to defeat Paraguay in the Round of 16 and penalties to defeat Italy, and an unlikely hero in defender Lillian Thuram saw off Croatia in a tense semi-final.

France then took on an exceptional Brazil side in a final they were expected to lose, but Les Bleus thumped the South Americans in a one-sided final 3-0 as the celebrations exploded around Paris, and their World Cup curse was lifted.

In 2006 the team reached the final again; on this occasion, Zidane was ordered off, and the team lost on penalties.

Russian Revolution

2018 saw the French team lift the trophy for a second time, defeating Croatia 4-2 in the final, and in 2022 Kylian Mbappe's hat-trick in the 2022 final wasn't enough to overcome Lionel Messi's Argentina, who won on penalties in Qatar.

European Championship History

When it comes to the UEFA European Championship, France failed to qualify for every tournament from 1964 and 1984, having finished fourth in the inaugural competition in 1960.

However, in 1984, a tournament they hosted, they slayed all before them with Platini and co. easing past Spain in the final at the Parc des Princes in Paris.

Trezeguet to the Rescue

Two years after they won their first-ever World Cup, the same crop of players won the 2000 European Championships in Belgium and the Netherlands, with David Trezeguet scoring a famous extra-time winner against Italy.

Spell of Mediocrity

France didn't produce a great defence of their title in 2004, losing to underdogs (and eventual champions) Greece in the quarter-finals.

2008 was no better as Les Bleus crashed out at the group stage having failed to win all three games against Romania, Italy and the Netherlands.

In 2012, France were beaten by eventual winners Spain in the quarter-finals

France finished runners-up in 2016, losing to Portugal. In 2020, they were beaten by Switzerland in the Round of 16.

France National Team – Euro 2024 Info

Les Bleus qualified for the UEFA Euro 2024 finals by topping their group with seven wins from eight matches.

Kylian Mbappé scored nine goals as France shared a group with Gibraltar, Greece, Republic of Ireland and the Netherlands.

With players like Mbappé and Antoine Griezmann at their disposal, France will be determined to fend off the competition and bring an end to their 24-year wait to reclaim European bragging rights.

France National Football Team - Home Stadium

The France national football team considers the Stade de France, in Saint-Denis, as their home venue, with this immense stadium being among the largest in Europe, with a capacity of 81,338.

Other venues are occasionally used for France games, including the Parc des Princes – home of Paris Saint-Germain – as well as Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille.

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SeatPick is proud to offer 8,480 France tickets for 11 upcoming events. The next match on the calendar is France vs Luxembourg at Stade Saint Symphorien. On our platform, we have tickets starting from $315.

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International friendly matches are a good option for fans hoping to buy cheap France football tickets. However, there are sometimes fantastic deals to see France in a competitive match on our platform.

The cheapest France tickets on SeatPick are for the France vs Canada event and you can find options starting from $80. Stade Matmut Atlantique in the city of Bordeaux will host the match on June 9, 2024 and the cheapest tickets are located in Category 2 Zone.

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How much are France tickets?

France tickets differ in price according to the importance of the match and where you choose to sit. Tickets for friendly matches cost less, but expect to pay steeper prices to see France play at an international tournament.

SeatPick presents France football tickets that begin at $80, while the average ticket cost is $483.

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France will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2023/2024 season, if France currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full France Fixtures list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your France match tickets.

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