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France Euro 2020 Kits

France play their home games in kit of blue shirts, white shorts and red socks, hence their nickname of les blues. The shirts are part of one of the more successful European football sides, which has boasted household names such as Fabien Barthez, Eric Cantona, Didier Deschamps, Thierry Henry, Robert Pires, Michel Platini, Patrick Vieira and Zinedine Zidane pulling on the blue shirt.

France Home Kit

France's home kits have always been blue. Arguably the most famous of these blue French home shirts were the ones used in 1998 and 2018 for the FIFA World Cups, both of which were won by France.

Men's France Shirt

Reflecting on this winning culture, both the lighter shade of blue of the 1998 kit and the darker one on the 2018 feature heavily on the striped pattern design of the 2020 home shirt.

Children's France Kit

The France national youth side represents age groups at U20, U-19, U-18, U-17 and U-16 youth teams. At the U-16, U-17, U-19 and U-20 levels there are EURO Championships and World Cups.

The nickname of the side are Les Bleuets or The Blueberries. Clairefontaine is a football centre focused on developing and training French football players. Notable players to have come out of this academy include Nicolas Anelka, Theirry Henry, Louis Saha, Hatem Ben Arfa and William Gallas.

France Women's Kits

France Womens side represent France in UEFA and FIFA. The side are one of the most consistent mid-tier teams in UEFA. In the sides first ever international they beat England 2-0 in October 1920.

Sandrine Soubeyrand has made over 180 matches for the side and Marinette Pichon has scored over 80 goals. The sides best result in a World Cup was fourth in 2011.

Best 2022 France Kit Deals:

We've looked across all the stores selling France shirts including Nike, JD Sports, Kitbag, Unisport and adidas at the moment, and as of January these are the best deals we've found across the Mens, Womens, Kids and Authentic kits right now.

2020/21 France Home Shirt

The Nike France 2020-21 home kit has a base of alternating wide navy blue bands and relatively narrow royal blue stripes, a design inspired by the home kit of the Zidane-led French squad that won the 1998 World Cup. The shirt has a ribbed round collar that is dark blue. Punctuating the look of the latest French home kit is the visible singular red stripe across the chest. Just above the red line are the white swoosh and white Les Bleus symbols.

Les Bleus' or France are one of the strongest European nations and they wear dark blue shirts with white shorts and red socks reflecting the country's flag and the shirts are manufactured by Nike. The away shirt is white with blue and red lateral stripes. The nation currently have several household names in their roster including Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba, Oliver Giroud, Raphael Varane, Hugo Lloris and Kylian Mbappe.

The French national football team played their first international against Belgium in Brussels on the 1st May 1904 ending in a 3-3 draw. France play their home games in the 80,000 capacity Stade de France, North of Paris, France.

France have hosted the tournament twice, once in 1938 and once in 1998, where they won the tournament for the first time and where Zinedine Zidane was named Player of the Tournament. 20 years later, France was back as the number 1 football team in the world thanks to goals from the likes of Griezmann, Pogba, and Mbappe. Lilian Thuram and Thierry Henry, both part of the successful 1998 French team, remains as the most capped player and top goal scorer respectively.

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