France A national rugby union team
|File:France Rugby Logo.svg|
|Union||French Rugby Federation|
|Nickname(s)||Les bleus/ Les tricolores|
|Emblem(s)||the Gallic rooster|
|France XV 27-17 Germany
(14 October 1900)
|France B 126-6 Croatia
(19 June 1993)
|France A 12-22 Scotland A
(21 June 2009)
The France A national rugby union team, known previously as France XV national rugby union team and France B national rugby union team, are the second national rugby union team behind the French national side.
France XV first played at the 1900 Summer Olympics, in Paris, when they defeated Germany by score of 27-17, in the first ever Olympic Rugby Union Tournament. They later would play often matches for the Mediterranean Games or would represent France at the FIRA Trophy.
2010 Churchill Cup Squad
- "France rest Chabal and Servat for June". PlanetRugby.com. 19 May 2010. Retrieved 2010-05-19.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>