Franch team at EURO 2024: Calendar, remarkable achievement

Let’s join Sport TeaTV to learn about the schedule and some remarkable statistics of the Franch team at EURO 2024.

Franch team at EURO 2024: Calendar, remarkable achievement

Which Franch team will play in EURO 2024?

Kylian Mbappe and his teammates will begin their journey to win the EURO 2024 Cup by passing the Group D. The Franch team is therefore in line with hard-working teams such as the Netherlands, Banana and Austria.

This is obviously a tough game for Didier Deschamps. The Netherlands is the heaviest opponent to France, the former world king of 2018 needs to compete highly concentrated to accumulate points if he doesn’t want to quit the tournament early.

Who will coach France at EURO 2024?

Didier Deschamps continues to be France’s head coach for this year’s Euro. Under the leadership of the legendary Juventus, Kylian Mbappe and his teammates are becoming an unstoppable force on the world football map.

Specifically, the French team played a World Cup 2018, Euro 2016 under the reign of Didier Deschamps.

The achievements of the Franch national team in the most recent Euro seasons

In history, France has won the Euro twice. Only Spain and Germany have won more titles (three times each). Michel Platini was the inspiration for France’s first EURO championship in 1984, after failing to qualify in five previous leagues. In the finals, the Golobots defeated Spain 2–0 to win the championship.

The French have to wait until 2000 to win another EURO championship, with a generation of talent led by Zinedine Zidane. It’s also the last time France has won the EURO to date.

In the Euro 2016 which took place at home, France lost to Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo in a 120-minute dramatic final.

Remarkable statistics of the Franch national team at the EURO

Lilian Thuram is the player with the most matches for France in the EURO with a total of 16 matches. Next is Hugo Lloris with 15 goals and Zinedine Zidane with 14.

The French are also in possession of wind-powered rainy legs during the EURO season. Specifically, Michel Platini (9 goals), Atonine Griezmain (7 goals).