List of France national rugby league team results

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The France national rugby league team first played in 1934 on a tour of England. They have taken part in all World Cups, twelve in total, with the first being held in 1954 in France. They have never won the title but have finished runners-up in both 1954 and 1968.

All-time results record[edit]

Opponent Played Won Drawn Lost
Total 329 114 13 202
 Australia 59 13 2 44
 England 42 5 2 35
 Fiji 2 0 0 2
 Georgia 1 1 0 0
 Great Britain 73 19 3 51
 Ireland 8 6 1 1
 Italy 1 1 0 0
 Lebanon 4 1 0 3
 Morocco 3 3 0 0
 New Zealand 53 14 4 35
 Other Nationalities 6 2 0 4
 Papua New Guinea 13 8 1 4
 Russia 2 2 0 0
 Samoa 3 1 0 2
 Scotland 9 7 0 2
 Serbia 3 3 0 0
 South Africa 2 2 0 0
 Tonga 2 1 0 1
 United States 1 1 0 0
 Wales 42 24 0 18

1930s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
15 April 1934  France 21–32  England Friendly France Stade Buffalo, Paris 20,000
1 January 1935  France 18–11  Wales 1935 European Rugby League Championship France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 15,000
28 March 1935  France 15–15  England France Stade Buffalo, Paris 18,000
23 November 1935  Wales 41–7  France 1935-36 European Rugby League Championship Wales Stebonheath Park, Llanelli 25,000
16 February 1936  France 7–25  England France Stade Buffalo, Paris 25,000
6 December 1936  France 3–9  Wales 1936-37 European Rugby League Championship France Stade de Paris, Paris 17,000
10 April 1937  England 23–9  France England Thrum Hall, Halifax 7,024
2 January 1938  France 6–35  Australia 1937-38 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Stade Buffalo, Paris 11,500
16 January 1938  France 11–16  Australia France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 24,000
20 March 1938  France 15–17  England 1938 European Rugby League Championship France Stade Buffalo, Paris 18,000
2 April 1938  Wales 18–2  France Wales Stebonheath Park, Llanelli 20,000
25 February 1939  England 9–12  France 1938-39 European Rugby League Championship England Knowsley Road, St. Helens 10,000
16 April 1939  France 16–10  Wales France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 25,000

1940s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
23 February 1946  England 16–6  France 1945-46 European Rugby League Championship England Station Road, Swinton 20,000
24 March 1946  France 19–7  Wales France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 18,000
8 December 1946  France 0–3  England 1946-47 European Rugby League Championship France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 24,100
18 January 1947  France 14–5  Wales France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 24,500
12 April 1947  Wales 17–15  France 1946-47 European Rugby League Championship Wales St Helens Rugby Ground, Swansea 20,000
17 May 1947  England 5–2  France England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 21,000
25 October 1947  England 20–15  France 1947-48 European Rugby League Championship England Fartown Ground, Huddersfield 14,175
23 November 1947  France 29–21  Wales France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 26,000
28 December 1947  France 7–11  New Zealand 1947-48 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France France Parc des Princes, Paris 15,000
25 January 1948  France 25–7  New Zealand France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 22,000
20 March 1948  Wales 12–20  France 1947-48 European Rugby League Championship Wales St Helens Rugby Ground, Swansea 6,500
11 April 1948  France 10–25  England France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 32,000
23 October 1948  Wales 9–12  France 1948-49 European Rugby League Championship Wales St Helens Rugby Ground, Swansea 12,032
28 November 1948  France 5–12  England France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 26,000
9 January 1949  France 10–29  Australia 1948-49 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 15,796
23 January 1949  France 0–10  Australia France Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 17,365
12 March 1949  England 5–12  France 1948-49 European Rugby League Championship England Wembley Stadium(1923), London 12,382
10 April 1949  France 11–0  Wales France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 30,000
12 November 1949  Wales 16–8  France 1949-50 European Rugby League Championship Wales St Helens Rugby Ground, Swansea 4,749
4 December 1949  France 7–13  England France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 20,598

1950s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
15 January 1950  France 8–3 Other Nationalities 1949-50 European Rugby League Championship France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 22,580
11 November 1950  England 14–9  France 1950-51 European Rugby League Championship England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 22,000
10 December 1950  France 16–3 Other Nationalities France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 28,000
15 April 1951  France 28–13  Wales France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 18,000
11 June 1951  Australia 15–26  France 1951 French rugby league tour of Australia and New Zealand Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 60,160
30 June 1951  Australia 23–11  France Australia Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 35,000
21 July 1951  Australia 14–35  France Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 67,009
4 August 1951  New Zealand 16–15  France New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 19,229
3 November 1951 Other Nationalities 17–14  France 1951-52 European Rugby League Championship England Craven Park, Hull 18,000
25 November 1951  France 42–13  England France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 31,810
23 December 1951  France 8–3  New Zealand 1951-52 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France France Parc des Princes, Paris 23,459
30 December 1951  France 17–7  New Zealand France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 11,110
6 April 1952  France 20–12  Wales 1952-53 European Rugby League Championship France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 15,678
22 May 1952  France 22–12  Great Britain Friendly France Parc des Princes, Paris 16,466
25 October 1952  Wales 22–16  France 1952-53 European Rugby League Championship England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 10,380
23 November 1952  France 10–29 Other Nationalities France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 17,611
27 December 1952  France 12–16  Australia 1952-53 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Parc des Princes, Paris 20,000
11 January 1953  France 5–0  Australia France Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux 23,419
25 January 1953  France 13–5  Australia France Stade de Gerland, Lyons 17,454
11 April 1953  France 13–15  England 1952-53 European Rugby League Championship France Parc des Princes, Paris 25,000
24 May 1953  France 28–17  Great Britain Friendly France Stade de Gerland, Lyons  ?
18 October 1953  France 10–15 Other Nationalities 1953-54 European Rugby League Championship France Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 12,190
5 November 1953  England 7–5  France England Odsal Stadium, Bradford 10,659
13 December 1953  France 23–22  Wales France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 25,000
9 January 1954  France 31–0  United States Friendly France Parc des Princes, Paris 9,000
27 April 1954  Great Britain 17–8  France Friendly United Kingdom Odsal Stadium, Bradford 14,153
30 October 1954  France 22–13  New Zealand 1954 Rugby League World Cup France Parc des Princes Paris 13,240
7 November 1954  France 13–13  Great Britain France Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 37,471
11 November 1954  France 15–5  Australia France Stade Marcel Saupin, Nantes 13,000
13 November 1954  France 12–16  Great Britain 1954 Rugby League World Cup Final France Parc des Princes, Paris 30,368
11 June 1955  Australia 20–8  France 1955 French rugby league tour of Australia and New Zealand Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 67,748
2 July 1955  Australia 28–29  France Australia Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 45,745
23 July 1955  Australia 5–8  France Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 62,458
6 August 1955  New Zealand 9–19  France New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 20,500
13 August 1955  New Zealand 11–6  France New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 12,000
19 September 1955 Other Nationalities 32–19  France 1955-56 European Rugby League Championship England Hilton Park, Leigh 7,289
11 December 1955  France 17–5  Great Britain Friendly France Parc des Princes, Paris 18,000
8 January 1956  France 24–7  New Zealand 1955-56 New Zealand rugby tour of Great Britain and France France Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 10,184
15 January 1956  France 22–31  New Zealand France Stade de Gerland, Lyons 7,051
31 January 1956  France 24–3  New Zealand France Parc des Princes, Paris 14,752
11 April 1956  Great Britain 18–10  France Friendly United Kingdom Odsal Stadium, Bradford 10,229
10 May 1956  France 23–9  England 1955-56 European Rugby League Championship France Stade de Gerland, Lyons  ?
1 November 1956  France 8–15  Australia 1956-57 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Parc des Princes, Paris 10,789
23 December 1956  France 6–10  Australia France Stadium Municipal, Bordeaux 11,379
3 January 1957  France 21–25  Australia France Stade de Gerland, Lyons 5,743
26 January 1957  Great Britain 45–12  France Test Match United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 20,221
3 March 1957  France 19–19  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 20,000
10 April 1957  Great Britain 29–14  France Test Match United Kingdom Knowsley Road, St. Helens 20,928
15 June 1957  France 5–23  Great Britain 1957 Rugby League World Cup Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 50,077
17 June 1957  France 14–10  New Zealand Australia Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane 28,000
22 June 1957  Australia 26–9  France Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 35,158
3 November 1957  France 14–25  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 15,762
23 November 1957  Great Britain 44–15  France Test Match United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 19,152
2 March 1958  France 9–23  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Lesdiguieres, Grenoble 20,000
1 March 1959  France 25–8  Wales Friendly France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 25,000
14 March 1959  Great Britain 50–15  France Test Match United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 21,948
5 April 1959  France 24–15  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Lesdiguieres, Grenoble 10,000
31 October 1959  France 19–20  Australia 1959-60 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Parc des Princes, Paris 9,864
20 December 1959  France 2–17  Australia France Stadium Municipal, Bordeaux 8,848

1960s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
20 January 1960  France 8–16  Australia 1959-60 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Parc des Sports, Roanne 3,437
6 March 1960  France 20–18  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 15,308
26 March 1960  Great Britain 17–17  France Test Match United Kingdom Knowsley Road, St. Helens 13,165
11 June 1960  Australia 8–8  France 1960 French rugby league tour of Australia and New Zealand Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 49,868
2 July 1960  Australia 56–6  France Australia Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane 32,644
16 July 1960  Australia 5–7  France Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 29,127
23 July 1960  New Zealand 9–2  France Australia Carlaw Park, Auckland 17,914
6 August 1960  New Zealand 9–3  France Australia Carlaw Park, Auckland 14,007
24 September 1960  Australia 13–12  France 1960 Rugby League World Cup United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 20,278
1 October 1960  Great Britain 33–7  France United Kingdom Station Road, Swinton 22,293
8 October 1960  France 0–9  New Zealand United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 2,876
11 December 1960  France 10–21  Great Britain Test Match France Stadium Municipal, Bordeaux 5,127
28 January 1961  Great Britain 27–8  France Test Match United Kingdom Knowsley Road, St. Helens 14,804
11 November 1961  France 6–6  New Zealand 1961 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France France Stadium Municipal, Bordeaux 2,375
19 November 1961  France 2–23  New Zealand France Stade Jean Laffon, Perpignan 9,020
9 December 1961  France 5–5  New Zealand France Stade de Paris, Paris 3,307
17 February 1962  Great Britain 15–20  France Test Match United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 17,277
11 March 1962  France 23–13  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 12,500
17 November 1962  England 18–6  France Friendly England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 11,099
2 December 1962  France 17–12  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 12,500
17 February 1963  France 23–2  Wales Friendly France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 6,150
3 April 1963  Great Britain 42–4  France Test Match United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 19,487
8 December 1963  France 8–5  Australia 1963-64 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Stadium Municipal, Bordeaux 4,261
22 December 1963  France 9–21  Australia France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 6,932
18 January 1964  France 8–16  Australia France Parc des Princes, Paris 5,797
8 March 1964  France 5–11  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 4,326
18 March 1964  Great Britain 39–0  France Test Match United Kingdom Hilton Park, Leigh 4,750
13 June 1964  Australia 20–6  France 1964 French rugby league tour of Australia and New Zealand Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 20,370
4 July 1964  Australia 27–2  France Australia Lang Park, Brisbane 20,076
18 July 1964  Australia 35–9  France Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 16,731
25 July 1964  New Zealand 24–16  France New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 10,148
1 August 1964  New Zealand 18–8  France New Zealand Addington Showgrounds, Christchurch 4,935
15 August 1964  New Zealand 10–2  France New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 7,279
6 December 1964  France 18–8  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 7,150
23 January 1965  Great Britain 17–7  France Test Match United Kingdom Station Road, Swinton 9,959
15 November 1965  France 14–3  New Zealand 1965 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 30,431
28 November 1965  France 6–2  New Zealand France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 9,000
12 December 1965  France 28–5  New Zealand France Stade des Minimes, Toulouse 7,000
16 January 1966  France 18–13  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 7,255
5 March 1966  Great Britain 4–8  France Test Match United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 14,004
22 January 1967  France 13–16  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 10,650
4 March 1967  Great Britain 13–23  France Test Match United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 7,448
17 December 1967  France 7–7  Australia 1967-68 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 5,193
24 December 1967  France 10–3  Australia France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 4,193
7 January 1968  France 16–13  Australia France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 5,000
11 February 1968  France 13–22  Great Britain Test Match France Parc des Princes, Paris 5,500
2 March 1968  Great Britain 19–8  France Test Match United Kingdom Odsal Stadium, Bradford 13,992
25 May 1968  New Zealand 10–15  France 1968 Rugby League World Cup New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 18,000
2 June 1968  France 7–2  Great Britain New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 15,760
8 June 1968  Australia 37–4  France Australia Lang Park, Brisbane 32,662
10 June 1968  Australia 20–2  France Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 54,290
30 November 1968  Great Britain 34–10  France Test Match United Kingdom Knowsley Road, St. Helens 6,080
2 February 1969  France 13–9  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 7,536
9 March 1969  France 17–13  Wales Friendly France Stade de Paris, Paris 6,189
23 October 1969  Wales 2–8  France 1969-70 European Rugby League Championship England The Willows, Salford 6,189
25 October 1969  England 11–11  France England Central Park, Wigan 4,568

1970s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
25 January 1970  France 11–15  Wales 1969-70 European Rugby League Championship France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 11,000
15 March 1970  France 14–9  England France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 6,587
25 October 1970  France 15–16  New Zealand 1970 Rugby League World Cup United Kingdom The Boulevard, Hull 3,824
28 October 1970  Great Britain 6–0  France United Kingdom Wheldon Road, Castleford 8,958
1 November 1970  Australia 15–17  France United Kingdom Odsal Stadium, Bradford 6,215
12 November 1970  France 4–7  Australia Friendly France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 14,700
7 February 1971  France 16–8  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 14,960
17 March 1971  Great Britain 24–2  France Test Match United Kingdom Knowsley Road, St. Helens 7,783
11 November 1971  France 11–27  New Zealand 1971 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 3,581
21 November 1971  France 2–24  New Zealand France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 7,200
28 November 1971  France 3–3  New Zealand France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 5,000
6 February 1972  France 9–10  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 11,508
12 March 1972  Great Britain 45–10  France Test Match United Kingdom Odsal Stadium, Bradford 7,313
28 October 1972  France 20–9  New Zealand 1972 Rugby League World Cup France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 20,748
1 November 1972  France 4–13  Great Britain France Stade Lesdiguieres, Grenoble 5,321
5 November 1972  France 9–31  Australia France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 10,332
9 December 1973  France 9–21  Australia 1973 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 7,630
16 December 1973  France 3–14  Australia France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 7,060
20 January 1974  France 5–24  Great Britain Test Match France Stade Lesdiguieres, Grenoble 4,100
17 February 1974  Great Britain 29–0  France Test Match United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 9,108
19 January 1975  France 9–11  England 1975 European Rugby League Championship France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 7,950
16 February 1975  Wales 21–8  France Wales St Helens Rugby Ground, Swansea 23,000
2 March 1975  France 14–9  Wales 1975 Rugby League World Cup France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 7,563
16 March 1975  England 20–2  France England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 10,842
15 June 1975  New Zealand 27–0  France New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 2,500
22 June 1975  Australia 26–6  France Australia Lang Park, Brisbane 9,000
11 October 1975  France 2–48  England France Stadium Municipal, Bordeaux 1,581
17 October 1975  France 12–12  New Zealand France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 8,000
26 October 1975  France 2–41  Australia France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 10,440
6 November 1975  Wales 23–2  France England The Willows, Salford 2,247
20 February 1977  France 13–2  Wales 1977 European Rugby League Championship France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 5,827
20 March 1977  France 28–15  England France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 12,000
29 May 1977  Papua New Guinea 37–6  France Friendly Papua New Guinea Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby 14,000
5 June 1977  France 4–23  Great Britain 1977 Rugby League World Cup New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 10,000
11 June 1977  Australia 21–9  France Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 13,231
19 June 1977  New Zealand 28–20  France New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 8,000
15 January 1978  Wales 29–7  France 1978 European Rugby League Championship England Naughton Park, Widnes 9,502
5 March 1978  France 11–13  England France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 6,000
26 November 1978  France 13–10  Australia 1978 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 7,000
10 December 1978  France 11–10  Australia France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 7,060
4 February 1979  France 15–8  Wales 1979 European Rugby League Championship France Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitie, Narbonne 13,728
24 March 1979  England 12–6  France England Wilderspool Stadium, Warrington 5,004
14 October 1979  France 16–9  Papua New Guinea Test Match France Stadium Municipal d'Albi, Albi 4,500
28 October 1979  France 15–2  Papua New Guinea Test Match France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 3,500

1980s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
26 January 1980  Wales 7–21  France 1980 European Rugby League Championship England Naughton Park, Widnes 2,804
16 March 1980  France 2–4  England France Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitie, Narbonne 20,000
23 November 1980  France 6–5  New Zealand 1980 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 6,000
7 December 1980  France 3–11  New Zealand France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 3,000
31 January 1981  France 23–5  Wales 1981 European Rugby League Championship France Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitie, Narbonne 4,120
21 February 1981  England 1–5  France England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 3,229
7 June 1981  New Zealand 26–3  France 1981 French rugby league tour of Australasia New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 12,200
21 June 1981  New Zealand 25–2  France New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 8,100
4 July 1981  Australia 43–3  France Australia Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 16,277
18 July 1981  Australia 17–2  France Australia Lang Park, Brisbane 14,000
23 August 1981  Papua New Guinea 13–13  France Papua New Guinea Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby 14,500
6 December 1981  Great Britain 37–0  France Test Match England The Boulevard, Hull 13,173
20 December 1981  France 19–2  Great Britain France Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 6,500
31 July 1982  France 8–7  Great Britain Friendly Italy Stadio Pierluigi Penzo, Venice 1,500
5 December 1982  France 4–15  Australia 1982 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Parc des Sports, Avignon 8,000
18 December 1982  France 9–23  Australia France Parc des Sports Et de l'Amitie, Narbonne 7,000
20 February 1983  France 5–20  Great Britain 1983 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 3,826
6 March 1983  Great Britain 17–5  France United Kingdom Boothferry Park, Hull 6,055
29 January 1984  France 0–12  Great Britain 1984 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series France Parc des Sports d'Avignon, Avignon 4,000
17 February 1984  Great Britain 10–0  France United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds, Leeds 7,646
1 March 1985  Great Britain 50–4  France 1985 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 6,491
17 March 1985  France 24–16  Great Britain France Stade Jean-Laffon, Perpignan 5,000
24 November 1985  France 0–22  New Zealand 1985 New Zealand rugby league tour of France France Stade Vélodrome, Marseille 1,492
7 December 1985  France 0–22  New Zealand 1985-1988 World Cup France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 5,000
16 February 1986  France 10–10  Great Britain France Parc des Sports d'Avignon, Avignon 4,000
1 March 1986  Great Britain 24–10  France Friendly United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 6,000
30 November 1986  France 2–44  Australia 1986 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 6,000
13 December 1986  France 0–52  Australia 1985-1988 World Cup France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 5,000
24 January 1987  Great Britain 52–4  France United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 6,567
8 February 1987  France 10–20  Great Britain 1987 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 2,000
15 November 1987  France 21–4  Papua New Guinea 1985-1988 World Cup France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 5,000
24 January 1988  France 14–28  Great Britain 1988 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series France Parc des Sports d'Avignon, Avignon 6,000
6 February 1988  Great Britain 30–12  France United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 7,007
21 January 1989  Great Britain 26–10  France 1989 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series United Kingdom Central Park, Wigan 8,266
5 February 1989  France 8–30  Great Britain France Parc des Sports d'Avignon, Avignon 6,500
19 November 1989  France 14–16  New Zealand 1989 New Zealand rugby league tour of France France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 3,500
3 December 1989  France 0–34  New Zealand 1989–1992 World Cup France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 4,028

1990s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
18 March 1990  France 4–8  Great Britain 1990 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 6,000
7 April 1990  Great Britain 18–25  France United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds, Leeds 6,554
27 June 1990  Australia 34–2  France 1989–1992 World Cup Australia Pioneer Oval, Parkes 12,384
2 December 1990  France 4–60  Australia 1990 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Parc des Sports d'Avignon, Avignon 2,200
9 December 1990  France 10–34  Australia 1989–1992 World Cup France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 3,428
27 January 1991  France 10–45  Great Britain France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 3,965
16 February 1991  Great Britain 26–3  France 1991 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 5,284
13 June 1991  New Zealand 60–6  France 1991 French rugby league tour of Australasia New Zealand Carlaw Park, Auckland 7,000
23 June 1991  New Zealand 32–10  France 1989–1992 World Cup New Zealand Addington Showground, Christchurch 2,000
7 July 1991  Papua New Guinea 18–20  France Papua New Guinea Danny Leahy Oval, Goroka 11,485
24 November 1991  France 28–14  Papua New Guinea France Stade d'Albert Domec, Carcassonne 1,440
16 February 1992  France 12–30  Great Britain 1992 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 5,688
7 March 1992  Great Britain 36–0  France 1989–1992 World Cup United Kingdom The Boulevard, Hull 5,250
22 March 1992  Wales 35–6  France Friendly Wales Vetch Field, Swansea 10,133
13 December 1992  France 18–19  Wales France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 3,700
2 April 1993  Great Britain 72–6  France 1993 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 8,196
7 March 1993  France 6–48  Great Britain France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 5,500
21 November 1993  France 11–36  New Zealand 1993 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain and France France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 3,500
4 March 1994  Wales 13–12  France Friendly Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff 6,287
20 March 1994  France 4–12  Great Britain 1994 France vs. Great Britain rugby league series France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 7,000
26 June 1994  Papua New Guinea 29–22  France 1994 French rugby league Oceania tour Papua New Guinea Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby 5,000
6 July 1994  Australia 58–0  France Australia Parramatta Stadium, Sydney 27,318
9 July 1994  Fiji 20–12  France Fiji National Stadium, Suva 5,000
4 December 1994  France 0–74  Australia 1994 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France France Stade de la Méditerranée, Béziers 5,000
15 February 1995  England 19–16  France 1995 European Rugby League Championship England Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead 6,103
5 March 1995  France 10–22  Wales France Stade d'Albert Domec, Carcassonne 6,000
9 June 1995  New Zealand 22–6  France 1995 French rugby league tour of New Zealand New Zealand Ericsson Stadium, Auckland 15,000
16 June 1995  New Zealand 16–16  France New Zealand Palmerston North Showgrounds, Palmerston North 10,846
9 October 1995  Wales 28–6  France 1995 World Cup Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff 10,250
12 October 1995  France 10–20 Samoa Western Samoa Wales Ninian Park, Cardiff 2,173
5 June 1996  France 14–34  Wales 1996 European Rugby League Championship France Stade d'Albert Domec, Carcassonne 4,300
12 June 1996  England 73–6  France England Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead 6,239
13 May 1997  France 30–30  Ireland Friendly France Stade Robert Bobin, Bondoufle 4,250
9 July 1997  Scotland 20–22  France Scotland Firhill Stadium, Glasgow 2,233
6 December 1997  France 30–17  South Africa France Stade Fernand Fournier, Arles  ?
4 November 1998  Ireland 22–24  France European Tri Nations Championship Ireland Tolka Park, Dublin 1,511
11 November 1999  France 26–22  Scotland France Stade Jean-Laffon, Perpignan 3,700
13 October 1999  France 20–28  England Anglo-French Challenge France Stade d'Albert Domec, Carcassonne 3,000
23 October 1999  England 50–20  France England The Boulevard, Hull 3,068
11 November 1999  France 80–8  Morocco 1999 Mediterranean Cup France Stade Jean-Laffon, Perpignan 1,800
14 November 1999  France 38–24  Lebanon France Stade des Minimes, Toulouse 1,000
17 November 1999  France 10–14  Italy France Parc des Sports, Avignon 1,000

2000s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
28 October 2000  France 20–23  Papua New Guinea 2000 World Cup France Stade Sebastien Charlety, Paris 7,498
1 November 2000  France 28–8  Tonga France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 10,288
5 November  France 56–6  South Africa France Stadium Municipal d'Albi, Albi 7,969
12 November 2000  France 6–54  New Zealand England Wheldon Road, Castleford 5,158
10 June 2001  New Zealand 36–0  France 2001 French rugby league tour of New Zealand
and Papua New Guinea
New Zealand Ericsson Stadium, Auckland 4,500
17 June 2001  Papua New Guinea 16–27  France Papua New Guinea Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby 15,000
20 June 2001  Papua New Guinea 34–24  France Papua New Guinea Danny Leahy Oval, Goroka 12,000
26 June 2001  France 56–16  Ireland Friendly France Stade Municipal d'Albi, Albi 2,006
3 July 2001  France 20–42  Scotland Friendly France Stade du Moulin, Lezignan 3,161
26 October 2001  France 12–42  Great Britain Friendly France Stade Armandie, Agen 10,000
2 November 2002  Lebanon 36–6  France 2002 Mediterranean Cup Lebanon International Olympic Stadium, Tripoli 9,713
30 November 2002  France 10–36  New Zealand 2002 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain
and France
France Stade Aime Giral, Perpignan 6,500
19 October 2003  France 72–0  Morocco 2003 Mediterranean Cup Lebanon International Olympic Stadium, Tripoli
22 October 2003  France 120–0  Serbia Lebanon Beirut Municipal Stadium, Beirut
25 October 2003  Lebanon 26–18  France Lebanon International Olympic Stadium, Tripoli 4,000
1 November 2003  Ireland 18–26  France 2003 European Nations Cup Ireland Dalymount Park, Dublin 1,082
9 November 2003  France 6–8  Scotland France Parc des Sports, Avignon 2,200
16 November 2003  England 68–6  France England Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington 2,536
2 October 2004  France 46–6  Morocco 2004 Mediterranean Cup Lebanon International Olympic Stadium, Tripoli
5 October 2004  France 18–4  Serbia Lebanon International Olympic Stadium, Tripoli
9 October 2004  Lebanon 42–14  France Lebanon International Olympic Stadium, Tripoli
16 October 2004  Russia 10–58  France 2004 European Nations Cup Russia Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow 2,000
30 October 2004  France 4–42  England France Parc des Sports, Avignon 4,000
11 November 2004  France 20–24  New Zealand Friendly France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 8,000
21 November 2004  France 30–52  Australia Friendly France Stade Ernest Wallon, Toulouse 10,000
15 October 2005  France 80–0  Russia 2005 European Nations Cup France Stade Fernand Fournier, Arles 1,000
30 October 2005  Georgia 0–60  France Georgia (country) Vake Stadium, Tbilisi 400
5 November 2005  France 38–16  Wales France Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne 3,000
12 November 2005  France 12–44  Australia Friendly France Stade Aime Giral, Perpignan 7,913
18 November 2005  France 22–38  New Zealand Friendly France Stade Municipal, Toulouse 8,013
22 October 2006  England 26–10  France Federation Shield England Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 5,547
29 October 2006  France 28–6  Samoa France Stade Benichou, Colomiers 2,700
5 November 2006  France 10–48  Tonga France Stade Pierre-Antoine, Castres 8,437
23 June 2007  Great Britain 42–14  France Friendly United Kingdom Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 12,685
27 October 2007  France 46–16  Scotland Friendly France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 7,000
3 November 2007  France 38–26  Papua New Guinea Friendly France Parc des Sports 7,248
10 November 2007  France 22–16  Papua New Guinea Friendly France Stade Andre Moga, Bordeaux 4,500
17 November 2007  France 14–22  New Zealand Friendly France Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris 6,781
27 June 2008  France 8–56  England Friendly France Stade Ernest Wallon, Toulouse 8,326
26 October 2008  France 36–18  Scotland 2008 World Cup Australia Canberra Stadium, Canberra 9,287
1 November 2008  Fiji 42–6  France Australia Wollongong Showground, Wollongong 9,213
9 November 2008  France 10–42  Samoa Australia Penrith Stadium, Sydney 8,028
13 June 2009  France 12–66  England Friendly France Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris 7,600
23 October 2009  England 34–12  France 2009 Four Nations England Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster 11,529
31 October 2009  France 12–62  New Zealand France Stade Ernest Wallon, Toulouse 12,410
7 November 2009  France 4–42  Australia France Stade Sebastien Charlety, Paris 8,656

2010s[edit]

Date Home Score Away Competition Venue Attendance
12 June 2010  England 60–6  France Friendly England Leigh Sports Village, Leigh 7,951
9 October 2010  France 58–24  Ireland 2010 European Cup France Parc des Sports 14,522
16 October 2010  France 26–12  Scotland France Stade Municipal d'Albi, Albi 6,721
23 October 2010  France 11–12  Wales France Stade Municipal d'Albi, Albi 10,413
21 October 2011  France 18–32  England Test match France Parc des Sports, Avignon 16,866
29 October 2011  France 46–10  Scotland 2011 Autumn International Series France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 10,313
5 November 2011  Ireland 16–34  France Ireland Thomond Park, Limerick 3,100
16 June 2012  Wales 16–28  France Friendly Wales Racecourse Ground, Wrexham 1,464
20 October 2012  France 20–6  Wales 2012 Autumn International Series France Stade Felix-Bollaert, Lens 11,278
3 November 2012  England 44–6  France England Craven Park, Hull 7,173
11 November 2012  England 48–4  France England Salford City Stadium, Salford 7,921
27 October 2013  France 9–8  Papua New Guinea 2013 World Cup England Craven Park 7,481
1 November 2013  France 0–48  New Zealand France Parc des Sports, Avignon 17,518
11 November 2013  France 6–22  Samoa France Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan 11,576
16 November 2013  England 34–6  France England DW Stadium, Wigan 22,276
18 October 2014  Ireland 22–12  France 2014 European Cup Ireland Tallaght Stadium, Dublin 1,428
25 October 2014  France 42–22  Wales France Stadium Municipal d'Albi, Albi 5,225
31 October 2014  Scotland 22–38  France Scotland Netherdale, Galashiels 1,432
22 May 2015  France 68–8  Serbia Friendly France Stade Municipal, Perpignan
17 October 2015  France 31–14  Ireland 2015 European Cup France Stadium Municipal d'Albi, Albi 4,681
24 October 2015  England 84–4  France Test Match England Leigh Sports Village, Leigh 8,380
30 October 2015  Wales 14–6  France 2015 European Cup Wales Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff 1,028
7 November 2015  France 32–18  Scotland France Parc des Sports, Avignon 5,737
22 October 2016  France 6–40  England Test match France Parc des Sports, Avignon 14,275
29 October 2017  France  Lebanon 2017 World Cup Australia Canberra Stadium, Canberra
3 November 2017  Australia  France Australia Canberra Stadium, Canberra
12 November 2017  England  France Australia Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth

Other Matches[edit]

  • 17 March 1934 English League 32-16 France, Wilderspool Stadium, Warrington 11,100
  • 6 March 1935 English League 25-18 France, Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 15,000
  • 26 April 1936 France 8-5 Dominions Xlll, Stade Buffalo, Paris
  • 21 March 1937 France 3-6 Dominions Xlll, Stade Municipal, Toulouse 16,000
  • 1 November 1937 France 0-15 British Empire, Stade Buffalo, Paris 20,000
  • 26 May 1949 France 23-10 British Empire, Stade Chaban-Delmas, Bordeaux
  • 3 January 1954 France 19-15 Combined Nations, Stade de Gerland, Lyons
  • 10 August 1955 New Zealand Maoris 28-20 France,
  • 21 October 1956 France 17-18 English League, Stade Velodrome, Marseilles 20,000
  • 16 April 1958 English League 19-8 France, Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds 13,993
  • 22 November 1958 English League 8-26 France, Knowsley Road, St Helens 16,000
  • 3 August 1960 New Zealand Maoris 12-23 France, 5,044

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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