List of France international footballers

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France (left) lineup ahead of the UEFA Euro 2000 Final against Italy

The France national football team (French: Equipe de France) represents the nation of France in international association football. It is fielded by the French Football Federation (French: Fédération Française de Football), the governing body of football in France, and competes as a member of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), which encompasses the countries of Europe. The team played its first official international match on 1 May 1904 against Belgium.[1][2] Since its first competitive match, more than 800 players have made at least one international appearance for the team.[3] As hundreds of players have played for the team since it started officially registering its players in 1904, only players with 20 or more official caps are included.

Jean Ducret became the first French international to reach 20 caps, doing so on 29 March in a 2–0 defeat to Italy.[4] He was also one of the first permanent captains of the national team.[5] Ducret was later surpassed by defender Raymond Dubly and goalkeeper Pierre Chayriguès, who both played with the national team until 1925.[6] Dubly finished his international career with 31 caps.[7] Three years after retiring from the national team, Dubly's amount was exceeded by Jules Dewaquez, who went on to finish his career with 41 appearances.[8] Dewaquez's record stood for nearly a decade before his amount was equaled by Edmond Delfour in 1938 and later surmounted by Étienne Mattler a year later. Similar to Dubly, Mattler's amount was exceeded, however after two decades, by former Stade de Reims defenders Roger Marche and Robert Jonquet.[9][10] It was the former player who took over the record outperforming Jonquet by just five caps. Marche's 63 appearances remained the France national team record for appearance-making for 24 years, the longest time between the record being broken and set again. Marche was surpassed by Marius Trésor, who set the record after appearing in an October 1983 friendly match against Spain.[11][12]

Trésor represented France only once afterward and his 65-cap output was subsequently passed by defender Maxime Bossis and midfielder Michel Platini.[13][14] Bossis surpassed Trésor during qualifying for the 1986 FIFA World Cup, while Platini went beyond the former Marseille and Bordeaux player at the tournament itself, in which France finished in third place. Both players retired within months of each other as Bossis finished his career occupying the record, which was now at 76 caps, four more than Platini. After appearing at the 1986 FIFA World Cup, Bossis acquired the record of appearing in the most FIFA World Cup matches for France. He was surpassed by goalkeeper Fabien Barthez in 2006.[15] Bossis was passed just six years later by former international teammate Manuel Amoros, who finished his international career with 82 appearances.[16][17] The 1992–93 UEFA Champions League winner was eventually equaled or outperformed by 13 different players. Of the 13 players, 10 of them played on the team that won the 1998 FIFA World Cup and seven of them went on to become members of the FIFA Century Club, which consists of association football players who have accumulated 100 or more caps. Following the conclusion of UEFA Euro 2000, the record for France national team appearances was held by Didier Deschamps who also became the first French international to reach 100 caps. He was eventually surpassed by defender Marcel Desailly in 2003 who retired at the end of UEFA Euro 2004 with 116 caps.[18][19] As a result, Desailly became the first player not born in France or the overseas departments and territories to occupy the record. The current record holder for appearances with the national team is Lilian Thuram, who made 142 total competitive appearances for the team between 1994 and 2008.[20] Thuram broke Desailly's record at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in the team's final group stage match against Togo.[21] He is the second player born in an overseas department to hold the record, the first being Trésor. Both players were born in Guadeloupe.[22]

Players[edit]

Appearances and goals are composed of FIFA World Cup, UEFA European Football Championship, and FIFA Confederations Cup matches and each competition's required qualification matches, as well as numerous international friendly tournaments and matches. Players are listed by number of caps, then number of goals scored. If number of goals are equal, the players are then listed alphabetically. Statistics correct as of 15 July 2018.

Key
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Still active for the national team[23]
1998 FIFA World Cup Winner
Played on team that won the 1998 FIFA World Cup
2018 FIFA World Cup Winner
Played on team that won the 2018 FIFA World Cup
GK Goalkeeper
DF Defender
MF Midfielder
FW Forward
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Lilian Thuram is the most-capped male France international having appeared in 142 matches.
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Playmaker Zinedine Zidane (108 caps, 31 goals) is the fourth most capped French footballer of all time.
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Michel Platini (72 caps, 41 goals) captained France to victory at UEFA Euro 1984.
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Midfielder Didier Deschamps (103 caps, 4 goals) captained the France national team to victories at the 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2000 and was the first French player to reach 100 caps.
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Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris (104 caps, 0 goals) captained France to victory at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
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Patrick Vieira (107 caps, 6 goals) was the fifth player to reach 100 caps for France.
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Marcel Desailly (116 caps, 3 goals) represented France at seven major international tournaments, including four as captain.
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Defender Laurent Blanc (97 caps, 16 goals) was declared the fourth best French player of all time by magazine France Football.[24]
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Thierry Henry (123 caps, 51 goals) is the national team's all-time leading goal-scorer.
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Roger Marche (63 caps, 1 goal) held the France national team record for appearance-making for 24 years, the longest time between the record being broken and set again.
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Jean Ducret (20 caps, 3 goals) was the first player to reach 20 caps for France.
France national team football players with at least 20 appearances
# Name Position National team
career
Caps Goals Ref
1 Lilian Thuram DF 1994–20081998 FIFA World Cup Winner 142 2 [25]
2 Thierry Henry FW 1997–20101998 FIFA World Cup Winner 123 51 [26]
3 Marcel Desailly DF 1993–20041998 FIFA World Cup Winner 116 3 [27]
4 Zinedine Zidane MF 1994–20061998 FIFA World Cup Winner 108 31 [28]
5 Patrick Vieira MF 1997–20091998 FIFA World Cup Winner 107 6 [29]
6 Hugo Lloris§ GK 2008–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 104 0 [30]
7 Didier Deschamps MF 1989–20001998 FIFA World Cup Winner 103 4 [31]
8 Laurent Blanc DF 1989–20001998 FIFA World Cup Winner 97 16 [32]
= Bixente Lizarazu DF 1992–20041998 FIFA World Cup Winner 97 2 [33]
10 Sylvain Wiltord FW 1999–2006 92 26 [34]
11 Fabien Barthez GK 1994–20061998 FIFA World Cup Winner 87 0 [35]
12 William Gallas DF 2002–2010 84 5 [36]
13 Youri Djorkaeff FW 1993–20021998 FIFA World Cup Winner 82 28 [37]
= Manuel Amoros DF 1982–1992 82 1 [17]
15 Olivier Giroud§ FW 2011–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 81 31 [38]
= Karim Benzema§ FW 2007– 81 27 [39]
= Franck Ribéry MF 2006–2014 81 16 [40]
= Patrice Evra DF 2004–2016 81 0 [41]
19 Florent Malouda MF 2004–2012 80 9 [42]
20 Robert Pirès FW 1996–20041998 FIFA World Cup Winner 79 14 [43]
21 Maxime Bossis DF 1976–1986 76 1 [13]
22 Michel Platini MF 1976–1987 72 41 [14]
= Blaise Matuidi§ MF 2010–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 72 9 [44]
24 David Trezeguet FW 1998–20081998 FIFA World Cup Winner 71 34 [45]
= Claude Makélélé MF 1995–2008 71 0 [46]
26 Nicolas Anelka FW 1998–2010 69 14 [47]
27 Éric Abidal DF 2004–2013 67 0 [48]
28 Marius Trésor DF 1971–1983 65 4 [49]
= Bacary Sagna DF 2007–2016 65 0 [50]
30 Emmanuel Petit MF 1990–20031998 FIFA World Cup Winner 63 6 [51]
= Roger Marche DF 1947–1959 63 1 [9]
32 Antoine Griezmann§ FW 2014–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 61 24 [52]
33 Paul Pogba§ MF 2013–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 60 10 [53]
= Luis Fernández MF 1982–1992 60 6 [54]
35 Henri Michel MF 1967–1980 58 4 [55]
= Robert Jonquet DF 1948–1960 58 0 [10]
= Willy Sagnol DF 2000–2008 58 0 [56]
38 Patrick Battiston DF 1977–1989 56 3 [57]
39 Christophe Dugarry FW 1994–20021998 FIFA World Cup Winner 55 8 [58]
40 Jean-Pierre Papin FW 1986–1995 54 30 [59]
41 Moussa Sissoko§ MF 2009– 53 2 [60]
= Christian Karembeu MF 1992–20021998 FIFA World Cup Winner 53 1 [61]
43 Didier Six MF 1976–1984 52 13 [62]
= Mathieu Valbuena MF 2010–2015 52 8 [63]
= Jean Tigana MF 1980–1988 52 1 [64]
46 Laurent Koscielny§ DF 2011– 51 1 [65]
47 Frank Leboeuf DF 1995–20021998 FIFA World Cup Winner 50 4 [66]
= Joël Bats GK 1983–1989 50 0 [67]
49 Dominique Rocheteau FW 1975–1986 49 15 [68]
= Sidney Govou MF 2002–2010 49 10 [69]
= Raphaël Varane§ DF 2013–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 49 3 [70]
52 Yohan Cabaye§ MF 2010– 48 4 [71]
= Jean Djorkaeff DF 1964–1972 48 3 [72]
54 Alain Giresse MF 1974–1986 47 6 [73]
55 Jean Vincent FW 1953–1961 46 22 [74]
= Étienne Mattler DF 1930–1940 46 0 [75]
57 Eric Cantona FW 1987–1995 45 20 [76]
= Raymond Kopa MF 1952–1962 45 18 [77]
= Basile Boli DF 1986–1993 45 1 [78]
60 Georges Bereta FW 1967–1975 44 4 [79]
= Jean-Jacques Marcel DF 1953–1961 44 3 [80]
= Alou Diarra MF 2004–2012 44 0 [81]
= Bernard Lama GK 1993–20001998 FIFA World Cup Winner 44 0 [82]
64 Bernard Bosquier DF 1964–1972 42 3 [83]
65 Jules Dewaquez FW 1920–1929 41 12 [8]
= Djibril Cissé FW 2002–2011 41 9 [84]
= Samir Nasri MF 2007–2013 41 5 [85]
= Edmond Delfour FW 1929–1938 41 2 [86]
69 Vincent Candela DF 1996–20021998 FIFA World Cup Winner 40 2 [87]
= Mikaël Silvestre DF 2001–2006 40 2 [88]
= Gérard Janvion DF 1975–1982 40 0 [89]
72 Franck Sauzée MF 1988–1993 39 9 [90]
= Armand Penverne DF 1952–1959 39 2 [91]
= Christian Lopez DF 1975–1982 39 1 [92]
75 Bernard Lacombe FW 1973–1984 38 12 [93]
76 Roger Piantoni FW 1952–1961 37 18 [94]
= Dimitri Payet§ MF 2010– 37 8 [95]
= Jean-Marc Ferreri MF 1982–1990 37 3 [96]
= Jocelyn Angloma DF 1990–1996 37 1 [97]
80 Charly Loubet FW 1967–1974 36 10 [98]
= André-Pierre Gignac FW 2009–2016 36 7 [99]
= Georges Carnus GK 1963–1973 36 0 [100]
= Jérémy Toulalan MF 2006–2010 36 0 [101]
84 Paul Nicolas FW 1920–1931 35 20 [102]
= Georges Lech FW 1963–1973 35 7 [103]
= Raymond Kaelbel DF 1954–1960 35 1 [104]
= Adil Rami DF 2010–20182018 FIFA World Cup Winner 35 1 [105]
88 Bruno Bellone FW 1981–1988 34 2 [106]
= Grégory Coupet GK 2001–2008 34 0 [107]
= Lassana Diarra§ MF 2007– 34 0 [108]
91 Maryan Wisnieski FW 1955–1963 33 12 [109]
= Yannick Stopyra FW 1980–1988 33 11 [110]
93 Jean Baratte FW 1944–1952 32 19 [111]
94 Loïc Rémy§ FW 2009– 31 7 [112]
= Alfred Aston FW 1934–1946 31 5 [113]
= Raymond Dubly FW 1913–1935 31 4 [7]
= Yoann Gourcuff MF 2008–2013 31 4 [114]
= N'Golo Kanté§ MF 2016–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 31 1 [115]
= André Lerond DF 1957–1963 31 0 [116]
= Bruno Martini GK 1987–1996 31 0 [117]
= Alex Thépot GK 1927–1935 31 0 [118]
102 Hervé Revelli FW 1966–1975 30 15 [119]
= Marcel Langiller FW 1927–1937 30 7 [120]
= Bernard Casoni DF 1988–1992 30 0 [121]
105 Philippe Mexès DF 2002–2012 29 1 [122]
106 Mamadou Sakho§ DF 2010– 28 2 [123]
= Yvon Le Roux DF 1983–1989 28 1 [124]
= Steve Mandanda§ GK 2008–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 28 0 [125]
109 Bernard Genghini DF 1980–1986 27 6 [126]
= Mathieu Debuchy§ DF 2011– 27 2 [127]
= Jean-Alain Boumsong DF 2003–2009 27 1 [128]
= Antoine Cuissard MF 1946–1954 27 1 [129]
113 Patrice Loko FW 1993–1997 26 7 [130]
= Alain Boghossian MF 1997–20021998 FIFA World Cup Winner 26 2 [131]
= Jean-Philippe Durand MF 1988–1992 26 0 [132]
= François Remetter GK 1953–1959 26 0 [133]
= Jean Wendling DF 1959–1963 26 0 [134]
118 Jean Nicolas FW 1933–1938 25 21 [135]
= Oscar Heisserer MF 1936–1948 25 8 [136]
= Reynald Pedros MF 1993–1996 25 4 [137]
= Samuel Umtiti§ DF 2016–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 25 3 [138]
= Alain Roche DF 1988–1996 25 1 [139]
= Joseph Bonnel MF 1962–1969 25 1 [140]
= Julien Darui GK 1939–1951 25 0 [141]
= Jean-Paul Rostagni GK 1969–1973 25 0 [142]
= Alexandre Villaplane MF 1926–1930 25 0 [143]
127 Émile Veinante FW 1929–1940 24 14 [144]
= Jérémy Ménez MF 2010–2013 24 2 [145]
= François Hugues MF 1919–1927 24 1 [146]
= André Chorda DF 1960–1966 24 0 [147]
= René Ferrier MF 1958–1964 24 0 [148]
132 Steve Marlet MF 2000–2004 23 6 [149]
= André Strappe MF 1949–1954 23 4 [150]
= Robert Herbin MF 1960–1968 23 3 [151]
= Philippe Bonnardel MF 1920–1927 23 0 [152]
= Éric Di Meco DF 1989–1996 23 0 [153]
137 Roger Courtois FW 1933–1947 22 10 [154]
= Kylian Mbappé§ FW 2017–2018 FIFA World Cup Winner 22 8 [155]
= Christian Perez FW 1988–1992 22 2 [156]
= Yann M'Vila MF 2010–2012 22 1 [157]
= Pascal Vahirua FW 1990–1994 22 1 [158]
= Jean-Pierre Adams DF 1972–1976 22 0 [159]
= Benoît Pedretti MF 2002–2005 22 0 [160]
= Thierry Tusseau MF 1977–1986 22 0 [161]
= Jules Vandooren DF 1933–1942 22 0 [162]
146 Just Fontaine FW 1953–1960 21 30 [163]
= Joseph Ujlaki FW 1952–1960 21 10 [164]
= Marcel Artelesa DF 1963–1966 21 1 [165]
= Olivier Dacourt DF 2001–2004 21 1 [166]
= Dominique Baratelli GK 1969–1982 21 0 [167]
= Pierre Bernard GK 1960–1965 21 0 [168]
= Pierre Chayriguès GK 1911–1925 21 0 [6]
= Lucas Digne§ DF 2014– 21 0 [169]
= Bruno Rodzik DF 1960–1963 21 0 [170]
= Sébastien Squillaci DF 2004–2010 21 0 [171]
= Urbain Wallet DF 1925–1929 21 0 [172]
157 Dominique Bathenay DF 1975–1982 20 4 [173]
= Yvon Douis FW 1957–1965 20 4 [174]
= Louis Saha FW 2004–2012 20 4 [175]
= Jean Ducret MF 1910–1914 20 3 [176]
= Anthony Réveillère MF 2003–2012 20 1 [177]
= Marcel Aubour DF 1964–1968 20 0 [178]
= William Ayache DF 1983–1988 20 0 [179]
= Gaël Clichy MF 2008–2013 20 0 [180]
= Marcel Domergue DF 1922–1928 20 0 [181]
= Jacky Novi DF 1969–1972 20 0 [182]

See also[edit]

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