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Frankreich Rugby Latest News VideoRugby World Cup 2011 final : New Zealand v France (First half)
Points Tries. Romain Ntamack , FH 39 Matches 4. Charles Ollivon , BR 20 Matches 4. Matthieu Jalibert , FH 9 Matches 4.
Charles Ollivon , BR 4 Matches 4. Romain Ntamack , FH 2 Matches 4. Baptiste Serin , SH 1 Matches 4.
FRA 1 st. Tries Scored France tied in 1 st with Ireland. IRE 1 st. FRA 3 rd. Points Difference 1 st England : 44 Points Difference. France has nearly always been in the top three teams of the Northern Hemisphere since then.
The first Rugby World Cup was held in After a low period in the mids caused by FFR's hesitation to join in the introduction of professional rugby in , the national team has regained its top-tier status.
Rugby union is more popular in the South of France, whilst in the North of the country, association football can be viewed as the leading code.
There are 1, clubs in France and the number of licensed players has significantly increased over the recent years, reaching , in up from , in The major national club competition in France is the Top 14 formerly, the Top The Top 14 is played on a home and away basis between the top fourteen club sides in France, followed by three rounds of playoffs involving the top six teams on the league table.
The first championship was contested in and won by the Racing Club, predecessor to today's Racing The second major competition in France is Rugby Pro D2 , featuring 16 teams that also play a home-and-away regular season.
A relegation system exists between the two tiers of competition. At the end of the —18 season, Perpiganan were promoted to the Top 14 as promotion play-off champions of Pro D2, while losing finalists Grenoble won a second play-off against the 13th placed Top 14 side Oyonnax to join them.
As the map below shows the vast majority of Top 14 and D2 clubs are located in the south of France. For —20, the only exceptions to this are:.
Long-term plans call for LNR to establish a third professional league below Pro D2 starting with the —21 season. The build-up to the establishment of this league will see a major LNR initiative to encourage the development of professional clubs in the country's north.
It replaced the previous top-tier competition, the Heineken Cup known in France as the H Cup due to alcohol advertising laws , effective in — The Champions Cup was originally envisioned as a breakaway competition by English and French club teams, but eventually the other four nations joined in the new structure, and the Champions Cup instead became the replacement for the Heineken Cup.
The Heineken Cup was launched during the European summer of by the then Five Nations Committee, following the advent of professional rugby union.
The tournament was born with the intention of providing a new level of professional European competition. The French clubs have been quite successful in the tournament under both of its identities.
The inaugural competition was won by Toulouse , with Brive victorious the next year. Toulouse became the first team to win the competition more than twice, becoming champions again in , , and Toulon were champions in the final two editions of the Heineken Cup in and , and the first edition of the Champions Cup in , making them the first team ever to win three consecutive European championships.
The original Challenge Cup began the year after the Heineken Cup. The first four editions of the original Challenge Cup were all won by French sides— Bourgoin in , Colomiers in , Clermont then known as Montferrand in , and Pau in The European Shield , which ran from —03 to —05, was a repechage competition that involved first-round losers in the original Challenge Cup.
It was scrapped when the European Challenge Cup was revamped for the —06 season. This trophy was claimed by a French club in each of its three seasons— Castres in , Montpellier in , and Auch in The French style of play, nicknamed the "French flair," is renowned for its paradoxical combination of rugged physicality and inspired grace.
France compete in the Six Nations Championship annually. Although France have never won the Rugby World Cup , they have appeared in the final match in , and Rugby World Cup — losing twice to New Zealand , in and , and once to Australia , in France have appeared in the semi-finals at every tournament except for , and where they were knocked out in the quarter-final stage.
The facility covers 20 hectares 49 acres and includes five rugby pitches one of them covered, and two floodlit , a gym, medical facilities, a swimming pool, media centre, and library.
The living quarters also have a dedicated restaurant. France's under team are permanently based at CNR, and provide regular opposition for the French national team during training.
Free-to-air channel France 2 broadcasts the Six Nations games, as well as France's home internationals, such as those that are played during the latter stages of the year in November.