History of rugby union matches between Australia and France

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The Australian Wallabies first played against France (Les Bleus) in 1928, resulting in a win to Australia. They were not to win again until 1968, although in recent years Australia have dominated the encounter and have historically won more matches and have a better points difference.

Overall summary[edit]

Details Played Won by  Australia Won by  France Drawn Australia points France points
In Australia 22 17 4 1 571 368
In France 22 8 13 1 359 393
Neutral venue 1 1 0 0 35 12
Overall 45 26 17 2 965 773

Results[edit]

Date Venue Score Victor Comments
Saturday 21 June 2014 Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney 39 – 13  Australia 2014 French Tour of Australia
Saturday 14 June 2014 Etihad Stadium, Melbourne 6 – 0  Australia
Saturday 7 June 2014 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane 50 – 23  Australia
10 November 2012 Stade de France, Paris 33 – 6  France 2012 end of year rugby union tests
27 November 2010 Stade de France, Paris 16 – 59  Australia 2010 Autumn Internationals
27 June 2009 Stadium Australia, Sydney 22 – 6  Australia 2009 France tour
22 November 2008 Stade de France, Paris 13 – 18  Australia 2008 Autumn Internationals
5 July 2008 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane 40 – 10  Australia 2008 France tour
28 June 2008 Stadium Australia, Sydney 34 – 13  Australia
5 November 2005 Stade Vélodrome, Marseille 26 – 16  France 2005 Autumn Internationals
2 July 2005 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane 37 – 31  Australia 2005 France Tour
13 November 2004 Stade de France, Paris 27 – 14  France 2004 Autumn Internationals
29 June 2002 Stadium Australia, Sydney 31 – 25  Australia 2002 France tour
22 June 2002 Telstra Dome, Melbourne 29 – 17  Australia
17 November 2001 Stade Vélodrome, Marseille 14 – 13  France 2001 Wallabies Spring tour
4 November 2000 Stade de France, Paris 13 – 18  Australia 2000 Wallabies Spring tour
6 November 1999 Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 35 – 12  Australia 1999 Rugby World Cup Final
21 November 1998 Stade de France, Paris 21 – 32  Australia 1998 Wallabies Spring tour
28 June 1997 Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane 26 – 19  Australia 1997 France tour
21 June 1997 Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney 29 – 15  Australia
6 November 1993 Parc des Princes, Paris 3 – 24  Australia 1993 Wallabies Spring tour
30 October 1993 Stade Municipal, Bordeaux 16 – 13  France 1993 Wallabies Spring tour
30 June 1990 Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney 19 – 28  France 1990 France tour
24 June 1990 Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane 48 – 31  Australia
9 June 1990 Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney 21 – 9  Australia
11 November 1989 Stadium Nord Lille Métropole, Lille 25 – 19  France 1989 Wallabies Spring tour
4 November 1989 Stade de la Meinau, Strasbourg 15 – 32  Australia 1989 Wallabies Spring tour
12 June 1987 Concord Oval, Sydney 24 – 30  France 1987 Rugby World Cup
21 June 1986 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 27 – 14  Australia 1986 France tour
19 November 1983 Parc des Princes, Paris 15 – 6  France Australia tour
13 November 1983 Stade Marcel Michelin, Clermont-Ferrand 15 – 15 draw Australia tour
11 July 1981 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 24 – 14  Australia 1981 France tour
5 July 1981 Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane 17 – 15  Australia 1981 France tour
30 October 1976 Parc des Princes, Paris 34 – 6  France 1976 Australia tour
24 October 1976 Stade Municipal, Bordeaux 18 – 15  France 1976 Australia tour
25 June 1972 Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane 15 – 16  France 1972 France tour
17 June 1972 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 14 – 14 draw 1972 France tour
27 November 1971 Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris 18 – 9  France 1971 Australia tour
20 November 1971 Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 11 – 13  Australia 1971 Australia tour
17 August 1968 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 11 – 10  Australia 1968 France Tour
11 February 1967 Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris 20 – 14  France 1966-67 Australia tour
26 August 1961 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 8 – 15  France 1961 France tour
9 March 1958 Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris 19 – 0  France 1957-58 Australia Tour
11 January 1948 Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris 13 – 6  France 1947-48 Australia tour
22 January 1928 Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Paris 8 – 11  Australia [1] 1928 Warathas tour

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