France play their home games in strip of blue jerseys, white shorts and red socks. They also have a nickname of les chanteclairs, after the cockerel, which is the emblem of the team. The jersey has appeared in 12 World Cups, with the first in 1954. They have yet to win although they have been runners up twice, in 1954 and 1968. Ranked 5th and in the 2008 World Cup, France will surely rely heavily on their Catalan dragons players.
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France played their first match against England in Paris in April 1934, losing 21-32. Les tricolores as they are known are administered by the Fédération Francaise de Rugby à Treize, or XIII.
France do not have many well-known or household names in the game however these, some of you will know: Puig Aubert, Jean Dop, Jean Galia and Max Rousie.