France women's national rugby union team

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France
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Union French Rugby Federation
Team kit
Change kit
First international
 France 4-0 Netherlands 
(Utrecht, Netherlands 13 April 1982)
Largest win
 France 99-0 Japan 
(Edinburgh, Scotland 17 April 1994)
Largest defeat
 New Zealand 109-0 France 
(Edmonton, Canada 14 September 1996)
World Cup
Appearances 7 (First in 1991)
Best result 3rd place, 1994, 2002, 2006, 2014

The France women's national rugby union team are a national sporting side of France, representing them at rugby union. The side first played in 1982.

History[edit]

Source: "Des Filles en Ovalie", Editions Atlantica (2005), Written by Jacques Corte / Yaneth Pinilla B. Foreword by Serge Betsen.

There are records of women's rugby being played in France as early as the mid-1890s, and in the 1920s a form of the game called "barette" was very popular, with national championships. However, after the 1930s the game had all but disappeared, and was not revived until 1965 when groups of students in Lyon and Toulouse decided to take part in the great charitable campaign against world hunger. Most of them had brothers and friends who played rugby, so they decide to organise a charity game at Bourg-en-Bresse.

So successful was this that a regular series of games began, with clubs being formed as students graduated, initially mainly in the south. In 1969 a national association - the ARF [Women's Rugby Association] - was formed. Despite initial opposition to the game from both the government and the FFR (who briefly banned any FFR officials from officiating at women's games) by 1976 12 clubs were taking part in national competitions.

In 1982, by which time the number of clubs had more than doubled, the ARF signed a memorandum of understanding was agreed with the FFR which finally gave their gave official backing - and in the same year France took part in the first ever women's rugby international.

Results summary[edit]

Note: Although the FFR list all of the following as full internationals or "test matches" in their publications (including their website), they do not award caps for all of the games. In particular no caps have been officially awarded for appearances before 1989 (when the FFR became responsible for women's rugby), and most matches in FIRA tournaments after 2004 are uncapped. As a result there can be a significant difference between the number of appearances players may have made for France and their official number of caps.

Rugby: France internationals 1982- (Full internationals only)
Opponent First game Played Won Drawn Lost Percentage
 Australia 1998 3 2 0 1 66.67%
 Belgium 1988 1 1 0 0 100.00%
 Canada 1996 12 8 0 4 66.67%
 England 1991 34 10 0 24 29.41%
 Germany 1997 1 1 0 0 100.00%
 Great Britain 1986 4 3 0 1 75.00%
 Ireland 1994 21 18 1 2 88.10%
 Italy 1985 16 14 1 1 90.63%
 Japan 1988 2 2 0 0 100.00%
 Kazakhstan 1998 3 3 0 0 100.00%
 Netherlands 1982 12 11 0 1 91.67%
 New Zealand 1996 4 0 0 4 0.00%
 Scotland 1998 21 16 0 5 76.19%
 South Africa 2009 2 1 1 0 75.00%
 Spain 1989 20 15 0 5 77.68%
 Sweden 1988 4 4 0 0 100.00%
 United States 1996 8 5 1 2 68.75%
 Wales 1994 19 16 0 3 84.21%
Summary 1982 186 129 4 53 70.43%

Squad[edit]

Squad for 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup

 France[edit]

Head Coach: France Christian Galonnier
Note: Flags indicate national union for the club/province as defined by the World Rugby.

Player Position Date of Birth (Age) Caps Club/province
Gaëlle Mignot Hooker 26 February 1987 (27) 38 Languedoc-Roussillon Montpellier Hérault Rugby
Laetitia Salles Hooker 29 October 1982 (31) 86 Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur RC La Valette
Lise Arricastre Prop 17 June 1991 (23) 18 Aquitaine RC Lons
Christelle Chobet Prop 22 April 1986 (27) 30 Aquitaine RC Lons
Hélène Ezanno Prop 28 August 1984 (29) 30 Nord-Pas-de-Calais Lille Métropole RC Villeneuvois
Elodie Portaries Prop 9 December 1989 (24) 25 Languedoc-Roussillon Montpellier Hérault Rugby
Marine De Nadaï Lock 2 June 1988 (26) 22 Languedoc-Roussillon Montpellier Hérault Rugby
Laëtitia Grand Lock 26 July 1990 (24) 15 Aquitaine RC Lons
Assa Koïta Lock 28 June 1991 (23) 21 Île-de-France AC Bobigny 93
Manon André Flanker 22 September 1986 (27) 36 Midi-Pyrénées Saint-Orens RC
Coumba Tombe Diallo Flanker 27 September 1990 (23) 21 Île-de-France AC Bobigny 93
Koumiba Djossouvi Flanker 2 November 1982 (31) 14 Languedoc-Roussillon Montpellier Hérault Rugby
Safi N'Diaye Number 8 16 June 1988 (26) 23 Languedoc-Roussillon Montpellier Hérault Rugby
Sandra Rabier Number 8 1 March 1985 (29) 61 Lower Normandy Ovalie Caennaise
Yanna Rivoalen Scrum-half 10 June 1989 (25) 9 Nord-Pas-de-Calais Lille Métropole RC Villeneuvois
Jennifer Troncy Scrum-half 26 January 1986 (28) 43 Languedoc-Roussillon Montpellier Hérault Rugby
Sandrine Agricole Fly-half 13 March 1980 (34) 77 Brittany Stade Rennais
Christelle Le Duff Fly-half 21 January 1982 (32) 63 Languedoc-Roussillon USA Perpignan
Shannon Izar Centre 8 May 1993 (21) 6 Nord-Pas-de-Calais Lille Métropole RC Villeneuvois
Marjorie Mayans Centre 17 November 1991 (22) 17 Midi-Pyrénées Saint-Orens RC
Élodie Poublan Centre 13 April 1989 (25) 39 Languedoc-Roussillon Montpellier Hérault Rugby
Camille Grassineau Wing 10 September 1990 (23) 8 Aquitaine Stade Bordelais
Elodie Guiglion Wing 28 January 1990 (24) 10 Languedoc-Roussillon USA Perpignan
Marion Lievre Wing 10 January 1991 (23) 7 Île-de-France AC Bobigny 93
Caroline Ladagnous Fullback 22 September 1988 (25) 38 Aquitaine RC Lons
Jessy Tremouliere Fullback 29 July 1992 (22) 28 Auvergne (region) Ovalie Romagnatoise Clermont Auvergne

Notable players[edit]

Results[edit]

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering

Full internationals[edit]

[1]
1982-04-13 Netherlands  0-4  France Utrecht [1/1/1]
[2]
1983-06-05 France  10-0  Netherlands La Teste-de-Buch [2/2/2]
[3]
1984-05-27 Netherlands  0-3  France Hilversum [3/3/3]
[5]
1985-06-02 France  20-0  Netherlands Bourg en Bresse [4/5/4]
[6]
1985-06-22 Italy  0-0  France Riccione [1/5/1]
[8]
1986-04-19 Great Britain  8-14  France Richmond Athletic Park [1/6/1]
[9]
1986-05-01 Netherlands  10-0  France Enschede [7/7/5]
[10]
1986-05-18 France  12-0  Italy Bardos [8/2/2]
[14]
1987-05-02 France  28-6  Great Britain Chalon-sur-Saône [9/2/2]
[15]
1987-05-17 Italy  4-16  France Rome [3/10/3]
[16]
1987-05-31 France  22-3  Netherlands Chalon-sur-Saône [11/9/6]
[21]
1988-05-21 (EC) France  13-3  Netherlands Bourg en Bresse [12/11/7]
[23]
1988-05-22 (EC) France  16-3  Italy Bourg en Bresse [13/5/4]
[25]
1988-05-23 (EC) France  8-6  Great Britain Bourg en Bresse [14/5/3]
[28]
1988-11-27 Belgium  0-66  France Brussels [2/15/1]
[31]
1989-03-04 Great Britain  13-0  France Rosslyn Park [6/17/4]
[32]
1989-05-02 Spain  0-28  France Boe [1/16/1]
[37]
1990-04-14 Netherlands  0-10  France ? [15/18/8]
[48]
1991-04-06 (WC) France  62-0  Japan Aberavon [19/1/1]
[52]
1991-04-08 (WC) France  37-0  Sweden Glamorgan Wanderers [20/7/1]
[60]
1991-04-12 (WC) England  13-0  France Cardiff Arms Park [10/21/1]
[64]
1992-06-13 France  14-10  Spain Bon Encontre [22/4/2]
[67]
1992-11-15 France  24-0  Netherlands Fécamp [23/23/9]
[70]
1993-04-04 Italy  0-24  France Rovigo [10/24/5]
[82]
1994-02-18 England  32-8  France Wolverhampton [18/25/2]
[91]
1994-04-15 (WC) France  31-0  Ireland West of Scotland RFC [26/3/1]
[96]
1994-04-17 (WC) France  99-0  Japan Edinburgh Academicals RFC [27/5/2]
[100]
1994-04-20 (WC) England  18-6  France Gala [22/28/3]
[107]
1994-04-24 (WC) France  27-0  Wales Edinburgh Academicals RFC [29/20/1]
[116]
1995-03-05 Ireland  10-39  France Dublin [8/30/2]
[117]
1995-04-12 (FIRA) France  17-0  Netherlands Trévise [31/25/10]
[120]
1995-04-16 (FIRA) France  6-22  Spain Trévise [32/6/3]
[128]
1996-02-18 France  6-15  England Villand Bonnot [33/27/4]
[131]
1996-04-08 (FIRA) France  53-0  Italy Madrid [34/14/6]
[138]
1996-04-14 (FIRA) Spain  10-15  France Madrid [9/35/4]
[142]
1996-09-08 (CC) France  16-39  United States Edmonton [36/20/1]
[144]
1996-09-11 (CC) Canada  34-3  France Edmonton [16/37/1]
[145]
1996-09-14 (CC) France  0-109  New Zealand Edmonton [38/13/1]
[153]
1997-02-23 England  15-17  France Northampton [32/39/5]
[156]
1997-04-02 (FIRA) France  58-18  Germany Nice, France [40/13/1]
[162]
1997-04-04 (FIRA) France  10-15  England Nice, France [34/42/6]
[166]
1997-04-06 (FIRA) France  8-25  Spain Nice, France [42/13/5]
[180]
1998-02-01 France  5-13  England Villeneuve d' Ascq, Lille [43/39/7]
[183]
1998-02-21 Scotland  19-3  France Raeburn Place, Edinburgh [26/44/1]
[196]
1998-05-02 (WC) France  23-6  Kazakhstan Amsterdam [45/12/1]
[204]
1998-05-05 (WC) Australia  8-10  France Amsterdam [7/46/1]
[208]
1998-05-09 (WC) Canada  9-7  France Amsterdam [21/47/2]
[217]
1998-05-12 (WC) France  7-27  Scotland Amsterdam [48/32/2]
[227]
1998-05-16 (WC) France  9-22  Spain Amsterdam [49/19/6]
[232]
1999-02-07 (5N) Ireland  0-24  France Dublin [27/50/3]
[236]
1999-03-05 (5N) France  34-5  Wales Savigny-en-Barley [51/39/2]
[238]
1999-03-21 (5N) England  13-8  France Worcester [50/52/8]
[240]
1999-04-09 (5N) France  48-18  Scotland Melun [53/38/3]
[244]
1999-04-19 (FIRA) France  28-0  Kazakhstan Belluno, Italy [54/18/2]
[250]
1999-04-21 (FIRA) England  0-19  France Belluno, Italy [53/55/9]
[255]
1999-04-24 (FIRA) France  13-5  Spain Belluno, Italy [56/23/7]
[261]
2000-02-04 (5N) Wales  10-27  France Swansea [43/57/3]
[263]
2000-02-18 (5N) France  8-24  England Massy, Paris [58/57/10]
[267]
2000-03-06 (5N) Scotland  7-10  France Edinburgh [43/59/4]
[268]
2000-03-18 (5N) France  38-5  Spain Dax [60/27/8]
[272]
2000-05-08 (FIRA) France  41-14  Ireland El Ejido, Spain [61/31/4]
[279]
2000-05-10 (FIRA) England  12-19  France Roquetas, Spain [60/62/11]
[284]
2000-05-13 (FIRA) Spain  0-31  France Almeria, Spain [31/63/9]
[298]
2001-02-03 (5N) France  13–0  Scotland Saint Denis [64/49/5]
[301]
2001-02-16 Ireland  0-53  France Dublin [35/65/5]
[304]
2001-03-03 (5N) Spain  6–0  France Madrid [34/66/10]
[306]
2001-03-16 (5N) France  24–3  Wales Nanterre [67/54/4]
[308]
2001-04-08 (5N) England  50–6  France Northampton [69/68/12]
[311]
2001-05-06 (FIRA) France  45-9  Ireland Marquette lez Lille, France [69/36/5]
[322]
2001-05-10 (FIRA) France  6-9  Scotland Lille, France [70/54/6]
[326]
2001-05-12 (FIRA) France  23-34  England Lille, France [71/73/12]
[343]
2002-02-02 (6N) France  24–0  Spain Bègles [72/40/11]
[346]
2002-02-15 (6N) Wales  0–20  France The Brewery Field, Bridgend [61/73/5]
[349]
2002-03-01 (6N) France  22–17  England Tournon, Lyon [74/80/14]
[357]
2002-03-24 (6N) Scotland  12–22  France Inverleith [61/75/7]
[359]
2002-04-05 (6N) France  46–0  Ireland Melun [76/44/7]
[365]
2002-05-13 (WC) France  31-12  Kazakhstan Barcelona [77/27/3]
[373]
2002-05-18 (WC) France  21-9  United States Barcelona [78/42/2]
[384]
2002-05-21 (WC) New Zealand  30-0  France Barcelona [31/79/2]
[392]
2002-05-25 (WC) France  41-7  Canada Barcelona [80/36/3]
[396]
2003-02-15 (6N) England  57–0  France Twickenham [86/81/15]
[400]
2003-02-22 (6N) France  14–19  Scotland Evreux [82/69/8]
[402]
2003-03-09 (6N) Ireland  0–20  France Limerick [51/83/8]
[406]
2003-03-22 (6N) Spain  7–27  France Girona [51/84/12]
[409]
2003-03-28 (6N) France  34–7  Wales Paris [85/77/6]
[411]
2003-05-01 (FIRA) Sweden  0-9  France Malmö, Sweden [31/86/2]
[414]
2003-05-03 (FIRA) France  10-16  Spain Malmö, Sweden [87/55/13]
[430]
2004-02-15 (6N) France  22-5  Ireland Savigny sur Orge, Paris [88/54/9]
[433]
2004-02-21 (6N) France  24-0  Spain Perpignan [89/57/14]
[436]
2004-03-07 (6N) Wales  0-22  France Arms Park, Cardiff [80/90/7]
[439]
2004-03-21 (6N) Scotland  12-16  France Murrayfield [77/91/9]
[440]
2004-03-27 (6N) France  13-12  England Bourg-en-Bresse, Lyon [92/98/16]
[443]
2004-05-01 (FIRA) France  24-5  Spain Castres, France [93/61/15]
[453]
2004-05-05 (FIRA) France  25-6  Scotland Toulouse, France [94/80/10]
[458]
2004-05-08 (FIRA) France  8-6  England Toulouse, France [95/101/17]
[475]
2005-02-04 (6N) France  22-15  Scotland Roubaix, Lyon [96/83/11]
[480]
2005-02-13 (6N) England  10-13  France Imber Court, London [98/106/18]
[481]
2005-02-25 (6N) France  48-0  Wales Bondoufle, Paris [98/90/8]
[486]
2005-03-13 (6N) Ireland  0-34  France Dublin [65/99/10]
[489]
2005-03-19 (6N) Spain  0-39  France San Boï de Llobregat, Barcelona [68/100/16]
[516]
2005-11-11 France  13-5  Canada Nantes [101/51/4]
[517]
2005-11-11 France  29-0  Canada Nanterre [102/52/5]
[523]
2006-02-05 (6N) Scotland  3-23  France Murrayfield [91/103/12]
[524]
2006-02-10 (6N) France  32-0  Ireland Montauban, Toulouse [104/70/11]
[529]
2006-02-25 (6N) France  38-0  Spain Saint Jean De Luz, Biarritz [105/71/17]
[532]
2006-03-11 (6N) France  0-28  England Bondoufle, Paris [106/1187/19]
[533]
2006-03-17 (6N) Wales  11-10  France Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [99/107/9]
[564]
2006-08-31 (WC) Ireland  0-43  France St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert [75/108/12]
[568]
2006-09-04 (WC) Australia  10-24  France Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton [19/109/2]
[574]
2006-09-08 (WC) England  27-8  France St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert [122/110/20]
[577]
2006-09-12 (WC) New Zealand  40-10  France Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton [46/111/3]
[587]
2006-09-17 (WC) Canada  8-17  France Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton [61/112/6]
[600]
2007-02-04 (6N) Italy  17-37  France Biella [53/113/7]
[601]
2007-02-10 (6N) Ireland  10-13  France St Mary's RFC, Dublin [81/114/13]
[605]
2007-02-24 (6N) France  15-0  Wales Stade Guy Moquet a Drancy, Paris [115/105/10]
[609]
2007-03-11 (6N) England  38-12  France Old Albanians, St Albans [128/116/21]
[612]
2007-03-18 (6N) France  18-10  Scotland Stade le Bout du Clos , Paris [118/105/13]
[628]
2007-04-28 (FIRA) France  12-0  Sweden Barcelona, Spain [118/43/3]
[632]
2007-04-30 (FIRA) France  27-8  Netherlands Barcelona, Spain [119/78/11]
[636]
2007-05-02 (FIRA) France  17-10  Wales Barcelona, Spain [120/111/11]
[641]
2007-05-05 (FIRA) England  27-17  France Barcelona, Spain [133/121/22]
[658]
2008-02-03 (6N) Scotland  15-43  France Meggetland [107/122/14]
[661]
2008-02-10 (6N) France  26-17  Ireland St Gratien[disambiguation needed] [123/86/14]
[663]
2008-02-23 (6N) France  0-31  England Bergerac, Agen [124/136/23]
[667]
2008-03-08 (6N) France  35-6  Italy Valence, Lyon [125/65/8]
[669]
2008-03-15 (6N) Wales  3-0  France Taff's Well [117/126/12]
[682]
2008-05-17 (FIRA) Netherlands  3-24  France Amsterdam [85/127/22]
[692]
2008-05-20 (FIRA) France  10-18  Wales Leiden, Netherlands [128/119/13]
[702]
2008-05-24 (FIRA) France  22-22  Ireland Amsterdam [129/92/15]
[723]
2009-02-06 (6N) Ireland  7-5  France Ashbourne, County Meath [93/130/16]
[728]
2009-02-15 (6N) France  25-12  Scotland Arras [131/117/15]
[731]
2009-02-28 (6N) France  27-5  Wales Montauban [132/123/14]
[733]
2009-03-15 (6N) England  52-7  France London Welsh [149/133/24]
[737]
2009-03-22 (6N) Italy  10-14  France Torino [61/134/9]
[761]
2009-08-10 (NC) France  17-17  South Africa Oakville, Ontario [135/12/1]
[763]
2009-08-13 (NC) England  43-8  France Oakville, Ontario [153/136/25]
[764]
2009-08-16 (NC) Canada  7-12  France Oakville, Ontario [71/137/7]
[767]
2009-08-22 (NC) France  15-15  United States Fletchers Fields, Toronto [138/70/3]
[778]
2009-11-18 France  5-14  Canada Dijon [139/74/8]
[779]
2009-11-21 France  22–0  Canada Stade de France, Saint-Denis [140/75/9]
[787]
2010-02-06 (6N) Scotland  10-8  France Lasswade [124/140/16]
[788]
2010-02-12 (6N) France  19-9  Ireland Stade des Allées, Blois, Loir-et-Cher [141/99/17]
[798]
2010-02-28 (6N) Wales  3-15  France Brewery Field, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan [128/142/16]
[803]
2010-03-13 (6N) France  45-14  Italy Montpellier, Hérault [143/78/10]
[805]
2010-03-19 (6N) France  10-11  England Rennes, Ille-et-Vilaine [144/158/26]
[838]
2010-08-20 (WC) France  15-9  Sweden Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [146/65/4]
[842]
2010-08-24 (WC) France  17-10  Scotland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [147/132/17]
[849]
2010-08-28 (WC) Canada  8–23  France Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [85/148/10]
[857]
2010-09-01 (WC) New Zealand  45–7  France Twickenham Stoop [149/57/4]
[863]
2010-09-05 (WC) France  8–22  Australia Twickenham Stoop [150/30/3]
[867]
2011-02-04 (6N) France  53-3  Scotland Viry-Chatillon [151/137/19]
[870]
2011-02-11 (6N) Ireland  12-14  France Ashbourne [109/152/18]
[875]
2011-02-27 (6N) England  16-3  France Sixways Stadium, Worcester [171/153/27]
[876]
2011-03-13 (6N) Italy  20-28  France Benevento [89/154/10]
[880]
2011-03-19 (6N) France  15-0  Wales Bourgoin-Jallieu [155/141/16]
[908]
2011-10-29 France  37-0  Italy Stade des Arboras, Nice [156/91/12]
[909]
2011-11-05 France  16-15  England Stade Pierre-de-Coubertin, Châteaurenard [157/178/28]
[921]
2012-02-05 (6N) France  32-0  Italy Stade Emile Pons, Riom [157/92/13]
[923]
2012-02-11 (6N) France  8-7  Ireland Stade de Hameau, Pau [158/113/19]
[927]
2012-02-25 (6N) Scotland  0-23  France Stirling County [145/159/20]
[931]
2012-03-11 (6N) France  3–15  England Stade Charlety, Paris [160/184/29]
[934]
2012-03-18 (6N) Wales  0–31  France Cross Keys [146/161/17]
[942]
2012-05-13 (FIRA) Italy  19-22  France Rovereto, Italy [97/163/14]
[944]
2012-05-16 (FIRA) France  60-3  Spain Rovereto, Italy [164/99/18]
[945]
2012-05-19 (FIRA) England  29-25  France Rovereto, Italy [189/165/30]
[957]
2012-11-03 England  23-13  France Esher [190/166/31]
[960]
2012-11-21 France  13-0  United States Stade Marcel Garcin, Orléans [167/84/4]
[962]
2012-11-24 France  27-3  United States Stade de France, Paris [168/85/5]
[969]
2013-02-02 (6N) Italy  13-12  France Rovato, Brescia [103/169/15]
[972]
2013-02-08 (6N) France  32-0  Wales Stadium Marcel Levindrey Laon [170/148/18]
[975]
2013-02-23 (6N) England  20-30  France Twickenham [196/171/21]
[977]
2013-03-08 (6N) Ireland  15-10  France Ashbourne [120/172/20]
[980]
2013-03-15 (6N) France  76-0  Scotland Stade Bourillot, Dijon [173/152/21]
[994]
2013-06-07 United States  13-10  France Oxnard College [86/174/6]
[995]
2013-06-11 United States  25-27  France Oxnard College [87/175/7]
[996]
2013-06-14 United States  12-18  France StubHub Center Campus, Carson, California [88/176/8]
[1017]
2013-11-02 France  27-19  Canada Pontarlier, France [177/96/11]
[1018]
2013-11-05 France  6-11  Canada Amnéville, France [178/97/12]
[1019]
2013-11-09 England  40-20  France Twickenham Stadium, London, England [206/179/33]
[1023]
2014-02-01 (6N) France  18-6  England Stade des Alpes, Grenoble [180/208/34]
[1026]
2014-02-08 (6N) France  29-0  Italy Stade Ernest-Argeles, Blagnac [181/112/16]
[1030]
23 February 2014 (6N) Wales  0-27  France Talbot Athletic Ground [154/182/19]
[1034]
9 March 2014 (6N) Scotland  0-69  France Howthornden [159/183/22]
[1035]
14 March 2014 (6N) France  19 - 15  Ireland Stade du Hameau, Pau [184/126/21]
[1052]
2014-07-01 Spain  3-37  France Valladolid, Castile and León [108/185/17]
[1053]
2014-07-05 France  39-8  South Africa Marcoussis [186/35/2]

Other internationals[edit]

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1994-04-11 (WC) Scottish Students Scotland 8-77  France West of Scotland RFC [-/-/-]
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2000-04-02 France A  22-11  Italy Marseille [-/-/-]
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2001-03-18 France A  39-0  Netherlands ? [-/-/-]
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2002-02-16 Netherlands  5-53  France A Amsterdam [-/-/-]
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2002-02-22 France A  46-5  Netherlands ? [-/-/-]
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2003-03-29 France A  5-25  Wales A Paris [-/-/-]
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2004-03-05 Wales A  5-8  France A Llanrumney [-/-/-]
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2004-03-27 France A  14-32  England A Bourg-en-Bresse [-/-/-]
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2005-02-12 England A  29-6  France A Imber Court [-/-/-]
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2005-02-26 Netherlands  17-12  France A Amsterdam [-/-/-]
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2006-03-18 France A  47-7  Netherlands Metz [-/-/-]
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2007-02-11 Netherlands  5-29  France A Purmerend [-/-/-]
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2007-03-11 England A  21-7  France A Old Albanians, St Albans [-/-/-]
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2008-02-10 France A  37-7  Netherlands St Gratien[disambiguation needed] [-/-/-]
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2008-02-23 France A  0-3  England A Bergerac, Agen [-/-/-]
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2009-03-15 England A  38-5  France A London Welsh [-/-/-]
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2009-02-15 France A  61-0  Scotland Development Arras [-/-/-]
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2009-02-28 Netherlands  0-42  France A Amsterdam [-/-/-]
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2009-03-15 England A  38-5  France A London Welsh [-/-/-]
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2010-02-06 Scotland A  3-26  France A Lasswade [-/-/-]
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2010-02-14 France A  37-3  Netherlands Fécamp [-/-/-]
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2010-03-19 France A  20-0  England A Rennes [-/-/-]
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2010-05-08 (FIRA) France A  70-0  Belgium Longwy [-/-/-]
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2010-05-10 (FIRA) France A  5-22  Spain Verdun [-/-/-]
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2010-05-12 (FIRA) France A  5-14  Netherlands Metz [-/-/-]
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2010-05-15 (FIRA) France A  35-0  Russia Stade de la Meinau, Strasbourg [-/-/-]
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2011-04-30 (FIRA) France A  40-3  Sweden INEF Bastiagueiro [-/-/-]
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2011-05-02 (FIRA) Spain  12-11  France A University of Coruña [-/-/-]
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2011-05-04 (FIRA) Finland  3-109  France A INEF Bastiaqueiro [-/-/-]
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2011-05-07 (FIRA) France A  17-7  Italy A University of Coruña [-/-/-]

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