'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 sky blue with red, white and blue sleeves and features the new FFF crest on the chest. The nation currently have several household names in their roster including Karim Benzema, Franck Ribery, Patrice Evra, Loic Remy, Hugo Lloris and Samir Nasri.
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.
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 where Zinedine Zidane was named Player of the Tournament.