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France national rugby union team tours

This article is a list of tours by the France national rugby union team

Contents

  • France Rugby Tours 1
  • Stats of each Tour 2
    • Argentina 2.1
    • Australia 2.2
    • South Africa 2.3
    • New Zealand 2.4
  • Test Record 3
    • Argentina Series 3.1
    • Australia Series 3.2
    • New Zealand Series 3.3
    • South Africa Series 3.4
    • One-off Tests in Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa 3.5
    • Others 3.6
  • Provincial record 4
  • External links 5

France Rugby Tours

Year To Captain Head coach Result Score
1949 Argentina Guy Basquet Win 2–0
1954 Argentina
and Chile
Win 2–0
1958 South Africa Lucien Mias Serge Saulnier Win 1–0 (1 Draw)
1960 Argentina Francois Moncla Win 3–0
1961 New Zealand
and Australia
Francois Moncla
Michel Crauste
Lost
Win
0–3 (New Zealand)
1–0 (Australia)
1964 South Africa Michel Crauste Win 1–0
1967 South Africa Christian Darrouy
Jacques Fort
Drew 1–1 (1 Draw)
1968 New Zealand
and Australia
Claude Lacaze
Marcel Puget
Christian Carrere
Lost
Lost
0–3 (New Zealand)
0–1 (Australia)
1971 South Africa Benoît Dauga Lost 0–1 (1 Draw)
1972 Australia Walter Spanghero Won 1–0 (1 Draw)
1974 Brazil
and Argentina
Olivier Saisset Won
Won
1–0 (Brazil)
2–0 (Argentina)
1975 South Africa Richard Astre
Jacques Fouroux
Lost 0–2
1977 Argentina Jacques Fouroux Won 1–0 (1 Draw)
1979 Fiji
and New Zealand
Jean-Pierre Rives Won
Drew
1–0 (Fiji)
1–1 (New Zealand)
1980 South Africa Jean-Pierre Rives Lost 0–1
1981 Australia Jean-Pierre Rives Lost 0–2
1984 New Zealand Philippe Dintrans Lost 0–2
1985 Brazil,
Argentina
and Uruguay
Philippe Dintrans Won
Drew
Won
1–0 (Brazil)
1–1 (Argentina)
1–0 (Uruguay)
1986 Argentina,
Australia
and New Zealand
Pierre Berbizier
Daniel Dubroca
Drew
Lost
Lost
1–1 (Argentina)
0–1 (Australia)
0–1 (New Zealand)
1988 Argentina and Paraguay Pierre Berbizier Drew 1–1
1989 New Zealand Pierre Berbizier Lost 0–2
1990 Australia Serge Blanco Lost 1–2
1991 United States Won 2–0
1992 Argentina Won 2–0
1993 South Africa Olivier Roumat Won 1–0 (1 Draw)
1994 Canada
and New Zealand
Philippe Saint-André Lost
Won
0–1 (Canada)
2–0 (New Zealand)
1996 Argentina Won 2–0
1997 Australia Abdelatif Benazzi Lost 0–2
1998 Argentina
and Fiji
Won
Won
2–0 (Argentina)
1–0 (Fiji)
1999 Samoa,
Tonga
and New Zealand
Raphaël Ibañez Won
Lost
Lost
1–0 (Samoa)
0–1 (Tonga)
0–1 (New Zealand)
2001 South Africa
and New Zealand
Fabien Galthié Bernard Laporte Drew
Lost
1–1 (South Africa)
0–1 (New Zealand)
2002 Argentina
and Australia
Fabien Pelous
Raphaël Ibañez
Bernard Laporte Lost
Lost
0–1 (Argentina)
0–2 (Australia)
2003 Argentina
and New Zealand
Fabien Galthié Bernard Laporte Lost
Lost
0–2 (Argentina)
0–1 (New Zealand)
2004 United States
and Canada
Bernard Laporte Won
Won
1–0 (United States)
1–0 (Canada)
2005 South Africa
and Australia
Jean-Baptiste Élissalde
Dimitri Yachvili
Bernard Laporte Lost
Lost
0–1 (1 Draw) (South Africa)
0–1 (Australia)
2006 Romania
South Africa
Fabien Pelous Bernard Laporte Won
Won
1–0 (Romania)
1–0 (South Africa)
2007 New Zealand Pascal Papé Bernard Laporte Lost 0–2
2008 Australia Lionel Nallet Marc Lièvremont Lost 0–2
2009 New Zealand
and Australia
Thierry Dusautoir Marc Lièvremont Drew
Lost
1–1 (New Zealand)
0–1 (Australia)
2010 South Africa
and Argentina
Thierry Dusautoir Marc Lièvremont Lost
Lost
0–1 (South Africa)
0–1 (Argentina)
2012 Argentina Pascal Papé Philippe Saint-André Drew 1–1
2013 New Zealand Thierry Dusautoir Philippe Saint-André Lost 0–3
2014 Australia Thierry Dusautoir Philippe Saint-André Lost 0–3

Stats of each Tour

Argentina

Flag Year From To Test Matches Tour Matches Total Record
P W D L P W D L P W D L % PF PA PD
X X X X X X X X 0%
X X X X X X X X 0%
X X X X X X X X 0%
X X X X X X X X 0%
X X X X X X X X 0%
X X X X X X X X 0%
X X X X X X X X 0%
X X X X X X X X 0%
X X X X X X X X 0%
2010 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0% 13 41 -28
2012 16 June 2012 23 June 2012 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 50% 69 33 36

Australia

Flag Year From To Test Matches Tour Matches Total Record
P W D L P W D L P W D L % PF PA PD
2008 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 0% 23 74 -51
2009 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0% 6 22 -16

South Africa

Flag Year From To Test Matches Tour Matches Total Record
P W D L P W D L P W D L % PF PA PD
1958 12 July 16 August 2 1 1 0 8 4 1 3 10 5 2 3 50% 137 124 13
1964 11 July 29 July 1 1 0 0 5 4 0 1 6 5 0 1 83.33% 117 55 62
1967 5 July 12 August 4 1 1 2 9 7 0 2 13 8 1 4 61.54% 209 161 48
1971 22 May 19 June 2 0 1 1 7 7 0 0 9 7 1 1 77.78% 228 92 136
1975 31 May 28 June 2 0 0 2 9 6 1 2 11 6 1 4 54.55% 282 180 102
1980 29 October 8 November 1 0 0 1 3 2 0 1 4 3 0 1 75% 90 95 –5
1993 9 June 3 July 2 1 1 0 6 3 1 2 8 4 2 2 50% 169 159 10
2001 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 50% 48 43 5
2005 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0% 43 57 -14
2006 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 100% 36 26 10
2010 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0% 17 42 -25

New Zealand

Flag Year From To Test Matches Tour Matches Total Record
P W D L P W D L P W D L % PF PA PD
1949 tour 2 2 0 0

1954 tour 2 2 0 0

1960 tour 3 3 0 0

1961 tour 4 1 0 3

1968 tour 4 0 0 4
1972 tour 28 May 25 June 2 1 1 0 7 7 0 0 9 8 1 0 88.89% 254 122 132

1974 tour 2 2 0 0
1977 tour 2 1 1 0

1979 tour 2 1 0 1
1981 tour 2 0 0 2
1984 tour 2 0 0 2


1985 tour 2 1 0 1


1986 tour 4 1 0 3
1988 tour 2 1 0 1
1989 tour 2 0 0 2
1990 tour 3 1 0 2
1991 tour 2 2 0 0
1992 tour 2 2 0 0

1994 tour 3 2 0 1
1996 tour 2 2 0 0
1997 tour 2 0 0 2

1998 tour 3 3 0 0


1999 tour 3 1 0 2

2001 tour 3 1 0 2

2002 tour 3 0 0 3

2003 tour 3 0 0 3

2004 tour 2 2 0 0

2005 tour 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 0% 74 94 -20
2007 tour 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 0% 21 103 -82

2009 tour 3 1 0 2 3 1 0 2 33.33% 43 58 -15
2013 %
2014 %
2017 %
2018 %

Test Record

Argentina Series

Argentina Series
Year Test Home Team Score Away Team Venue Series Outcome
1949 1st Argentina  0 – 5  France Estadio G.E.B.A., Buenos Aires Argentina 0–2 France
2nd Argentina  3 – 12  France Estadio G.E.B.A., Buenos Aires
1954 1st Argentina  8 – 22  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires Argentina 0–2 France
2nd Argentina  3 – 30  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires
1960 1st Argentina  3 – 37  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires Argentina 0–3 France
2nd Argentina  3 – 12  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires
3rd Argentina  6 – 29  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires
1974 1st Argentina  15 – 20  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires Argentina 0–2 France
2nd Argentina  27 – 31  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires
1977 1st Argentina  3 – 26  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires Argentina 0–1 France (1 Draw)
2nd Argentina  18 – 18  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires
1985 1st Argentina  24 – 16  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires Argentina 1–1 France
France shared 39–39 on points
2nd Argentina  15 – 23  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires
1986 1st Argentina  15 – 13  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires Argentina 1–1 France
France won 35–24 on points
2nd Argentina  9 – 22  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires
1988 1st Argentina  15 – 18  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires Argentina 1–1 France
France lost 24–33 on points
2nd Argentina  18 – 6  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires
1992 1st Argentina  12 – 27  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires Argentina 0–2 France
2nd Argentina  9 – 33  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires
1996 1st Argentina  27 – 34  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires Argentina 0–2 France
2nd Argentina  15 – 34  France Ferrocarril Stadium, Buenos Aires
1998 1st Argentina  18 – 35  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires Argentina 0–2 France
2nd Argentina  12 – 37  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires
2003 1st Argentina  10 – 6  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires Argentina 2–0 France
2nd Argentina  33 – 32  France Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires
2012 1st Argentina  23 – 20  France Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, Córdoba Argentina 1–1 France
France won 69–33 on points
2nd Argentina  10 – 49  France Estadio Monumental José Fierro, Tucumán

Australia Series

Australia Series
Year Test Home Team Score Away Team Venue Series Outcome
1972 1st Australia  14 – 14  France Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Australia 0–1 France
2nd Australia  15 – 16  France Ballymore, Brisbane
1981 1st Australia  17 – 15  France Ballymore, Brisbane Australia 2–0 France
2nd Australia  24 – 14  France Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
1990 1st Australia  21 – 9  France Aussie Stadium, Sydney Australia 2–1 France
2nd Australia  48 – 31  France Ballymore, Brisbane
3rd Australia  19 – 28  France Aussie Stadium, Sydney
1997 1st Australia  29 – 15  France Aussie Stadium, Sydney Australia 2–0 France
2nd Australia  26 – 19  France Ballymore, Brisbane
2002 1st Australia  29 – 17  France Telstra Dome, Melbourne Australia 2–0 France
2nd Australia  31 – 25  France Telstra Stadium, Sydney
2008 1st Australia  43 – 13  France ANZ Stadium, Sydney Australia 2–0 France
2nd Australia  40 – 10  France Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

New Zealand Series

New Zealand Series
Year Test Home Team Score Away Team Venue Series Outcome
1961 1st New Zealand  13 – 6  France Eden Park, Auckland New Zealand 3–0 France
2nd New Zealand  5 – 3  France Athletic Park, Wellington
3rd New Zealand  32 – 3  France Lancaster Park, Christchurch
1968 1st New Zealand  12 – 9  France Lancaster Park, Christchurch New Zealand 3–0 France
2nd New Zealand  9 – 3  France Athletic Park, Wellington
3rd New Zealand  19 – 12  France Eden Park, Auckland
1979 1st New Zealand  23 – 9  France Lancaster Park, Christchurch New Zealand 1–1 France
France lost 33–42 on points
2nd New Zealand  19 – 24  France Eden Park, Auckland
1984 1st New Zealand  10 – 9  France Lancaster Park, Christchurch New Zealand 2–0 France
2nd New Zealand  31 – 18  France Eden Park, Auckland
1989 1st New Zealand  25 – 17  France Lancaster Park, Christchurch New Zealand 2–0 France
2nd New Zealand  34 – 20  France Eden Park, Auckland
1994 1st New Zealand  8 – 22  France Lancaster Park, Christchurch New Zealand 0–2 France
2nd New Zealand  20 – 23  France Eden Park, Auckland
2007 1st New Zealand  42 – 11  France Eden Park, Auckland New Zealand 2–0 France
2nd New Zealand  61 – 10  France Westpac Stadium, Wellington
2009 1st New Zealand  22 – 27  France Carisbrook, Dunedin New Zealand 1–1 France
France won 37–36 on points
2nd New Zealand  14 – 10  France Westpac Stadium, Wellington
2013 1st New Zealand  0 – 0  France Eden Park, Auckland New Zealand 0–0 France
2nd New Zealand  0 – 0  France Rugby League Park, Christchurch
3rd New Zealand  0 – 0  France Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth

South Africa Series

South Africa Series
Year Test Home Team Score Away Team Venue Series Outcome
1958 1st South Africa  3 – 3  France Newlands, Cape Town South Africa 0–1 France (1 Draw)
2nd South Africa  5 – 9  France Ellis Park, Johannesburg
1967 1st South Africa  26 – 3  France Kings Park Stadium, Durban South Africa 2–1 France (1 Draw)
2nd South Africa  16 – 3  France Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein
3rd South Africa  14 – 19  France Ellis Park, Johannesburg
4th South Africa  6 – 6  France Newlands, Cape Town
1971 1st South Africa  22 – 9  France Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein South Africa 1–0 France (1 Draw)
2nd South Africa  8 – 8  France Kings Park Stadium, Durban
1975 1st South Africa  38 – 25  France Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein South Africa 2–0 France
2nd South Africa  33 – 18  France Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
1993 1st South Africa  20 – 20  France Kings Park Stadium, Durban South Africa 0–1 France (1 Draw)
2nd South Africa  17 – 18  France Ellis Park, Johannesburg
2001 1st South Africa  23 – 33  France Ellis Park, Johannesburg South Africa 1–1 France
France won 48–43 on points
2nd South Africa  20 – 15  France Kings Park Stadium, Durban
2005 1st South Africa  30 – 30  France Kings Park Stadium, Durban South Africa 1–0 France (1 Draw)
2nd South Africa  27 – 13  France Boet Erasmus Stadium, Port Elizabeth

One-off Tests in Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa

Year Home Team Score Away Team Venue
1961 Australia  8 – 15  France Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
1964 South Africa  6 – 8  France PAM Brink Stadium, Springs
1968 Australia  11 – 10  France Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
1980 South Africa  37 – 15  France Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
1986 Australia  27 – 14  France Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
1986 New Zealand  18 – 9  France Lancaster Park, Christchurch
1999 New Zealand  54 – 7  France Athletic Park, Wellington
2001 New Zealand  37 – 12  France WestpacTrust Stadium, Wellington
2002 Argentina  28 – 27  France Vélez Sársfield, Buenos Aires
2003 New Zealand  31 – 23  France Jade Stadium, Christchurch
2005 Australia  31 – 23  France Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
2006 South Africa  26 – 36  France Newlands, Cape Town
2009 Australia  22 – 6  France ANZ Stadium, Sydney
2010 South Africa  42 – 17  France Newlands, Cape Town
2010 Argentina  41 – 13  France Vélez Sársfield, Buenos Aires

1995 ARG 12-47 FRA Ferrocaril Oeste, Buenos Aires

Others

France's score is first.

Provincial record

External links

  • (French) French Stats Website
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