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France


France - Statistics
(as at 23/6/2014)


Founded: 1919
IRB Affiliation: 1978
President: Pierre Camou
Secretary : Alain Doucet
Address:
Federation Francaise de Rugby, 9 Rue de Liege, 75431, Paris, France
Website: www.ffr.fr
E-mail: nicolas.hourquet@ffr.fr
Colours: Blue, White and Red
Coach: Phillippe Saint-André
Team Manager: Jo Maso
Captains: Thierry Dusautoir, Pascal Papé
No of clubs: 1798
No of referees: 2095
No of players:
165497
World Cup Champions: None; FINALISTS: 1987, 1999, 2011; BRONZE MEDALISTS: 1995.
5-Nations
Champions:
1954, 1955, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1974, 1977, 1981, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1993, 1997, 1998
Grand Slam: 1968, 1977, 1981, 1987, 1997, 1998
6-Nations
Champions:
2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010
Grand Slam: 2002, 2004, 2010

 

INDEX

1. Players  Test Statistics - 2014
2. Players RWC Statistics - 2011
3.Match Results - 2007-2014
4.Summary - 2000-2014
5.World Cup Results - 1987-2011
6.Summary World Cup - 1987-2011
7.France's Overall Test Record Against All Countries
8.Players Test Profiles
9.
Test Records

Pld = Played
PF = Points For
PA = Points Against
PD = Points Difference
TF = Tries For
TA = Tries Against

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1. PLAYERS TEST STATISTICS - 2014
Most Points in 2013: 51 - Frédéric Michalak
Most tries in 2013: 3 - Wesley Fofana

Name

T

C

P

D

Total

Maxime Machenaud

0

5

7

0

31

Jean-Marc Doussain

0

3

7

0

27

Yoann Huget

3

0

0

0

15

Frédéric Michalak

0

2

2

1

13

Brice Dulin

1

0

1

0

8

Hugo Bonneval

1

0

0

0

5

Gael Fickou

1

0

0

0

5

Wesley Fofano

1

0

0

0

5

Guilhem Guirado

1

0

0

0

5

Morgan Parra

1

0

0

0

5

Louis Picamoles

1

0

0

0

5

Dimitri Szarzewski

1

0

0

0

5

Penalty Try

1

0

0

0

5

Jules Plisson

0

0

1

0

3

T - Tries scored; C - Conversions; D - Drop goals; P - Penalties

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2. PLAYERS RWC STATISTICS - 2011

Name

T

C

P

D

Total

Dimitri Yachvili

0

6

9

0

39

Morgan Parra

1

4

8

0

37

Vincent Clerc

6

0

0

0

30

Francois Trinh-Duc

2

1

0

2

18

Thierry Dusautoir

1

0

0

0

5

Maxime Médard

1

0

0

0

5

Maxime Mermoz

1

0

0

0

5

Lionel Nallet

1

0

0

0

5

Pascal Pape

1

0

0

0

5

Julien Pierre

1

0

0

0

5

Damien Traille

1

0

0

0

5

Maxime Machenaud

0

1

0

0

2

T - Tries scored; C - Conversions; D - Drop goals; P - Penalties

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3. MATCH RESULTS - 2007-2014

Date

Opponent

Venue & Kick-off Time

Competition

H/Time

Result

Tries

League pts

2014

1/2/2014

England

Stade de France, Paris (18:00)

Six Nations

16-8

26-24

3-2

2

9/2/2014

Italy

Stade de France, Paris (16:00)

Six Nations

9-3

30-10

3-1

2

21/2/2014

Wales

Millennium St., Cardiff (20:00)

Six Nations

6-20

6-27

0-2

0

8/3/2014

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh (17:00)

Six Nations

9-14

19-17

1-2

2

15/3/2014

Ireland

Stade de France, Paris (18:00)

Six Nations

13-12

20-22

2-3

0

7/6/2014

Australia

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

June International-1

9-29

23-50

2-7

-

14/6/2014

Australia

AMI Stadium, Melbourne

June International-2

0-0

0-6

0-0

-

21/6/2014

Australia

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

June International-3

6-20

13-39

1-5

-

7/11/2014

Fiji

Stade de France, Paris

End-of-the-Year-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

14/11/2014

Australia

Stade de France, Paris

End-of-the-Year-2

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

22/11/2014

Argentina

Stade de France, Paris

End-of-the-Year-3

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

/2014

-

-

-

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

2013

3/2/2013

Italy

Stadio Olimpica, Rome (16:00)

Six Nations

15-13

18-23

2-2

0

9/2/2013

Wales

Stade de France, Paris (18:00)

Six Nations

6-6

6-16

0-1

0

23/2/2013

England

Twickenham, London (17:00)

Six Nations

10-9

13-23

1-1

0

9/3/2013

Ireland

Lansdowne Road, Dublin (17:00)

Six Nations

3-13

13-13

1-1

1

16/3/2013

Scotland

Stade de France, Paris (21:00)

Six Nations

0-6

23-16

2-1

2

8/6/2013

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland

Gallaher Cup-1

10-17

13-23

1-2

-

11/6/2013

Blues

North Harbour Stadium, Albany

Tour Match

12-3

38-15

4-2

-

15/6/2013

New Zealand

Addington Stadium, Christchurch

Gallaher Cup-2

0-10

0-30

0-3

-

22/6/2013

New Zealand

Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth

Gallaher Cup-3

6-8

9-24

0-2

-

9/11/2013

New Zealand

Stade de France, Paris

Gallaher Cup-4

9-9

19-26

1-2

-

16/11/2013

Tonga

Stade de France, Paris

End of the Year

19-6

38-18

4-2

-

23/11/2013

South Africa

Stade de France, Paris

End of the Year

7-13

10-19

1-1

-

2012

4/2/2012

Italy

Stade de France, Paris: 15:30

Six Nations

15-6

30-12

4-0

2

26/2/2012

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: 15:00

Six Nations

10-10

23-17

2-2

2

11/2/2012

Ireland

Stade de France, Paris: 21:00

Six Nations

6-17

17-17

1-2

1

11/3/2012

England

Stade de France, Paris: 14:00

Six Nations

9-14

22-24

1-3

0

17/3/2012

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: 14:45

Six Nations

3-10

9-16

0-1

0

16/6/2012

Argentina

Estadio Alberto Kempes, Cordoba

June International

14-13

20-23

1-2

-

23/6/2012

Argentina

Estadio José Fierro, Tucuman

June International

30-3

49-10

6-1

-

10/11/2012

Australia

Stade de France, Paris

End-of-the-Year-1

16-6

33-6

3-0

-

17/11/2012

Argentina

TBA (Lille or Lyon)

End-of-the-Year-2

24-13

39-22

3-1

-

24/11/2012

Samoa

Stade de France, Paris

End-of-the-Year-3

10-7

22-14

1-2

-

2011

5/2/2011

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: 18:00

6-Nations

17-7

34-21

4-3

2

13/2/2011

Ireland

Aviva Stadium, Dublin: 15:00

6-Nations

12-15

25-22

1-3

2

26/2/2011

England

Twickenham, London: 17:00

6-Nations

9-9

9-17

0-1

0

12/3/2011

Italy

Stadio Flaminio, Rome: 15:30

6-Nations

6-8

21-22

2-1

0

19/3/2011

Wales

Stade de France, Paris: 20:45

6-Nations

11-3

28-9

3-1

2

13/8/2011

Ireland

Stade Chaban Delmas, Bordeaux: 16:30

RWC Warm-up Test

13-3

19-12

1-0

-

20/8/2011

Ireland

Aviva Stadium, Dublin: 15:00

RWC Warm-up Test

19-8

26-22

2-3

-

2010

7/2/2010

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: 15:00

6-Nations

15-6

18-9

2-0

2

13/2/2010

Ireland

Stade de France, Paris: 17:30

6-Nations

17-3

33-10

3-1

2

26/2/2010

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: 20:00

6-Nations

20-0

26-20

2-2

2

14/3/2010

Italy

Stade de France, Paris: 15;30

6-Nations

22-3

46-20

6-2

2

20/3/2010

England

Stade de France, Paris: 20:45

6-Nations

12-7

12-10

0-1

2

12/6/2010

South Africa

Newlands, Cape Town: 14:00

Test

10-25

17-42

2-5

-

18/6/2010

Argentina 'A'

Mar del Plata

Non-Test

-

37-14

5-2

-

26/6/2010

Argentina

Buenos Aires

Test

6-13

13-41

1-4

-

13/11/2010

Fiji

Nantes

Test

16-6

34-12

3-0

-

20/11/2010

Argentina

Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier

Test

9-3

15-9

0-0

-

27/11/2010

Australia

Stade de France, Paris

Trophee des Bicentenaires Test

13-13

16-59

1-7

-

2009

7/2/2009

Ireland

Croke Park, Dublin: 19:00

6-Nations

10-13

21-30

2-3

0

14/2/2009

Scotland

Stade de France, Paris: 17:00

6-Nations

6-3

22-13

1-1

2

27/2/2009

Wales

Stade de France, Paris: 22:00

6-Nations

13-13

21-16

2-1

2

15/3/2009

England

Twickenham, London: 17:00

6-Nations

0-29

10-34

2-5

0

21/3/2008

Italy

Stadio Flaminio, Rome: 15:15

6-Nations

25-3

50-8

7-1

2

13/6/2009

New Zealand

Carisbrook, Dunedin: 19:35

1st Test

17-11

27-22

3-2

-

20/6/2009

New Zealand

WestPac Stadium, Wellington: 19:35

2nd Test

0-8

10-14

1-1

-

27/6/2009

Australia

Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney

Test

3-10

6-22

0-1

-

13/11/2009

South Africa

Stade de France, Paris

End of the Year-1

11-13

20-13

1-1

-

21/11/2009

Samoa

Stade de France, Paris

End of the Year-2

33-0

43-5

7-1

-

28/11/2009

New Zealand

Stade Válodrome, Marseille

End of the Year-3

12-22

12-39

0-5

-

2008

3/2/2008

Scotland

Murrayfield: 17:00

6-Nations

17-6

27-6

3-0

2

9/2/2008

Ireland

Stade de France: 18:00

6-Nations

19-6

26-21

4-2

2

23/2/2008

England

Stade de France: 22:00

6-Nations

10-13

13-24

1-2

0

9/3/2008

Italy

Stade de France: 15:00

6-Nations

13-6

25-13

3-1

2

15/3/2008

Wales

Millennium Stadium: 19:00

6-Nations

6-9

12-29

0-2

0

28/6/2008

Australia

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Des Bicentenaries-1

6-10

13-34

1-4

-

5/7/2008

Australia

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Des Bicentenaries-2

3-19

10-40

1-4

-

8/11/2008

Argentina

Marseille

End-of-the-Year-1

9-6

12-6

0-0

-

15/11/2008

Pacific Islands

Sochaux

End-of-the-Year-2

17-12

42-17

5-1

-

22/11/2008

Australia

Stade de France

Des Bicentenaries-3/EoY-3

7-10

13-18

1-2

-

2007

3/2/2007

Italy

Stadio Flaminio, Rome: 15:30

6-Nations

22-3

39-3

5-0

2

11/2/2007

Ireland

Croke Park, Dublin: 15:00

6-Nations

13-11

20-17

2-1

2

24/2/2007

Wales

Stade de France: 21:00

6-Nations

23-14

32-21

2-3

2

11/3/2007

England

Twickenham: 15:00

6-Nations

12-9

18-26

0-2

0

17/3/2007

Scotland

Stade de France: 16:30

6-Nations

20-14

46-19

6-3

2

2/6/2007

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland: 19:35

1st Test

3-20

11-42

1-5

-

9/6/2007

New Zealand

WestPac Stadium, Wellington: 19:35

2nd Test

3-30

10-61

1-9

-

11/8/2007

England

Twickenham, London

1st Test

11-12

21-15

2-0

-

18/8/2007

England

Marseille

2nd Test

-

22-9

1-0

-

26/8/2007

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Test

17-7

34-7

4-1

-

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4. TEST MATCH SUMMARY - 2000-2014

Pld

Won

Lost

Draw

PF

PA

TF

TA

League pts

2014

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

6-Nations

5

3

2

0

101

100

9

10

6

vs Australia

3

0

3

0

36

95

3

12

-

vs

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

-

vs 

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

-

TOTAL: 2014

8

3

5

0

137

195

12

22

-

2013

11

2

8

1

162

231

13

18

-

2012

10

6

3

1

264

161

22

14

-

2011

14

10

4

0

321

241

29

25

-

2010

10

7

3

0

230

232

20

22

-

2009

11

6

5

0

242

216

26

22

-

2008

10

5

5

0

193

208

19

18

-

2007

17

11

6

0

480

323

51

35

-

2006

10

7

3

0

287

221

35

20

-

2005

12

8

3

1

353

226

39

22

-

2004

10

8

2

0

277

187

27

19

-

2003

18

10

8

0

568

373

60

34

-

2002

11

7

3

1

310

196

30

19

-

2001

11

6

5

0

285

251

25

21

-

2000

9

5

4

0

288

203

28

16

-

TOTAL

172

101

67

4

4397

3464

436

326

-

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5. WORLD CUP RESULTS - 1987-2011

Date

Opponent

Venue

Result

Tries

1987

New Zealand and Australia

23/5/1987

Scotland

Lancester Park, Christchurch

20-20

3-2

28/5/1987

Romania

Athletic Park, Wellington

55-12

9-0

2/6/1987

Zimbabwe

Eden Park, Auckland

70-12

13-1

7/6/1987

Fiji

Eden Park, Auckland - Quarter-final

31-16

4-2

13/6/1987

Australia

Concord Oval, Sydney - Semi-final

30-24

4-2

20/6/1987

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland - FINAL

9-29

1-3

1991

Britain & France

4/10/1991

Romania

Stade de la Mediterranee, Beziers

30-3

4-0

8/10/1991

Fiji

Stade Lesdiguieres, Grenoble

33-9

6-1

13/10/1991

Canada

Stade Armandie, Agen

19-13

2-1

19/10/1991

England

Parc des Princes - Quarter-final

10-19

1-2

1995

South Africa

26/5/1995

Tonga

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

38-10

4-1

30/5/1995

Ivory Coast

Olympia Park, Rustenburg

54-18

8-2

3/6/1995

Scotland

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

22-19

1-1

10/6/1995

Ireland

King's Park, Durban - Quarter-final

36-12

2-0

17/6/1995

South Africa

King's Park, Durban - Semi-final

15-19

0-1

22/6/1995

England

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria - Third Place Playoff

19-9

2-0

1999

Britain and France

2/10/1999

Canada

Stade de la Mediterranee, Beziers

33-20

4-2

8/10/1999

Namibia

Stade Lescure, Bordeaux

47-13

6-1

16/10/1999

Fiji

Stade Municipal, Toulouse

28-19

3-1

24/10/1999

Argentina

Lansdowne Road, Dublin - Quarter-final

47-26

5-2

31/10/1999

New Zealand

Twickenham, London - Semi-final

43-31

4-3

6/11/1999

Australia

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff - FINAL

12-35

0-2

2003

Australia

11/10/2003

Fiji

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

61-18

7-2

18/10/2003

Japan

Dairy Farmers Stadium, Townsville

51-29

6-2

25/10/2003

Scotland

Telstra Stadium, Sydney

51-9

5-0

31/10/2003

USA

WIN Stadium, Woollongong

41-14

5-2

9/11/2003

Ireland

Telstra Dome, Melbourne - Quarter-final

43-21

4-3

16/11/2003

England

Telstra Stadium, Sydney - Semi-final

7-24

1-0

20/11/2003

New Zealand

Telstra Stadium, Sydney - Third Place Playoff

13-40

1-6

2007

Group D

France & Britain

7/9/2007

Argentina

Stade de France, St. Denis

12-17

0-1

16/9/2007

Namibia

Toulouse

87-10

13-1

21/9/2007

Ireland

St. Denis

25-3

2-0

30/9/2007

Georgia

Marseille

64-7

9-1

6/10/2007

New Zealand

Cardiff: Quarter-final-2

20-18

2-2

13/10/2007

England

St. Denis: Semi-final-1

9-14

0-1

19/10/2007

Argentina

St. Denis: Third Place Playoff

10-34

1-5

2011

Group A

New Zealand & Local Kick-off Time

10/9/2011

Japan

North Harbour Stadium, Albany (18:00)

47-21

6-2

18/9/2011

Canada

McLean Park, Napier (20:30)

46-19

4-1

24/9/2011

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland  (20:30)

17-37

2-5

1/10/2011

Tonga

Regional Stadium, Wellington (18:00)

14-19

1-1

8/10/2011

England

Eden Park, Auckland (19:00): Quarter-final-2

19-12

3-1

15/10/2011

Wales

Eden Park, Auckland (19:00): Semi-final

9-8

0-1

23/10/2011

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland (21:00): FINAL

7-8

1-1

2015

Group D

England/Cardiff & Local Kick-off Time

19/9/2015

Italy

Twickenham, London (17:00)

0-0

0-0

23/9/2015

Europe 2

Olympic Stadium, London (20:00)

0-0

0-0

1/10/2015

Canada

Stadium MK (17:00)

0-0

0-0

11/10/2015

Ireland

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (17:00)

0-0

0-0

17-18/10/2015

-

(): Quarter-final

0-0

0-0

24-25/10/2015

-

(): Semi-final

0-0

0-0

31/10/2015

-

(): FINAL

0-0

0-0

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6. SUMMARY WORLD CUP - 1987-2011

Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Pts F

Pts A

Tries F

Tries A

1987

6

4

1

1

215

113

34

10

1991

4

3

1

0

92

44

13

4

1995

6

5

1

0

184

87

17

5

1999

6

5

1

0

210

144

22

11

2003

7

5

2

0

267

155

29

15

2007

7

4

3

0

227

103

27

11

2011

7

4

3

0

159

116

16

13

2015

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

43

30

12

1

1354

762

158

69

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7. FRANCE'S OVERALL TEST RECORD AGAINST ALL COUNTRIES
(1/1/1906 to 23/6/2014)

Opponents (*) & Date of first match

Pld

Won

Lost

Drawn

PF

PA

Argentina: 28/8/1949

47

34

12

1

1156

736

Australia: 22/1/1928

45

17

26

2

773

965

British Isles: 25/2/1940 (+)

5

2

3

3

67

101

Canada: 13/10/1991

8

7

1

0

274

101

Czechoslovakia: 16/12/1956

2

2

0

0

47

9

England: 22/3/1906

98

39

52

7

1195

1498

Fiji: 17/10/1964

8

8

0

0

319

96

Georgia: 30/9/2007

1

1

0

0

64

7

Germany: 17/4/1927

15

13

2

0

298

89

Ireland: 20/3/1909

92

55

30

7

1497

1066

Ireland XV: 1946

1

1

0

0

4

3

Italy: 17/10/1937

35

32

3

0

1040

382

Ivory Coast: 30/5/1995

1

1

0

0

54

18

Japan: 27/10/1973

3

3

0

0

128

68

Namibia: 8/10/1999

2

2

0

0

134

23

New Zealand: 1/1/1906

55

12

42

1

713

1345

NZ Army: 10/3/1946

1

0

1

0

9

14

NZ Maori: 26/12/1926

1

0

1

0

3

12

Pacific Islands: 15/11/2008

1

1

0

0

42

17

Romania: 4/5/1924

49

39

8

2

1275

451

Samoa: 1999

3

3

0

0

104

41

Scotland: 22/1/1910

87

50

34

3

1228

1049

South Africa: 11/1/1913

39

11

22

6

578

783

Tonga: 26/5/1995

5

3

2

0

149

75

United States of America: 10/10/1920

7

6

1

0

181

93

Wales: 2/3/1908

92

43

46

3

1325

1364

Wales XV: 1945

2

1

1

0

12

8

Zimbabwe: 2/6/1987

1

1

0

0

70

12

TOTAL

705

387

287

31

12739

10426

ratio (%)

54.89

40.71

4.40

(*) The above table refers to all matches where Test Caps have been awarded. It is important to note that there can be some differentiation between countries in terms of awarding caps. Some countries have awarded caps in games their opponents have not recognised as Tests.

(+) Matches played against Great Britain (25/2/1940), British Army (1/1/1945), British Empire (28/4/1945 & 1/1/1946) and British & Irish Lions (4/10/1989).

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8. PLAYERS PROFILES

Name

Club

Birthdate

Height

Weight

Position

Tests

Points

Tries

Marc Andreu

Castres

27/12/1985

1.66m

83kg

Wing

7

10

2

Julien Arias

Stade Toulousain

26/10/1983

1.78m

82kg

Wing

2

0

0

Eddie Ben Arous

Racing Metro

25/8/1990

1.85m

117kg

Prop/hooker

1

0

0

Benoit Baby

Stade Toulousain

7/11/1983

1.72m

82kg

Centre

9

8

1

David Attoub

Stade Francais

7/6/1981

1.83m

110kg

Prop

4

0

0

(x)Fabien Barcella

Biarritz

27/10/1983

1.83m

103kg

Prop

20

0

0

Matthieu Barrau

Agen

3/9/1977

1.72m

77kg

Scrumhalf

3

0

0

Mathieu Bastareaud

RC Toulonnais

17/9/1988

1.83m

110kg

Centre

25

10

2

Lionel Beauxis

Toulouse

24/10/1985

1.80m

82kg

Flyhalf

20

125

1

(x)Julien Bonnaire

Clermont Auvergne

20/9/1978

1.93m

103kg

Loose Forward

75

30

6

Hugo Bonneval

Stade Francais

19/11/1990

1.82m

80kg

Wing

4

5

1

Sébastien Bruno

Sale Sharks

26/12/1974

1.75m

105kg

Hooker

26

20

4

Julien Brugnaut

Dax

17/11/1981

1.86m

120kg

Prop

2

0

0

Antonie Burban

Stade Francais

22/7/1987

1.89m

101kg

Flanker

3

0

0

Jean-Marcelin Buttin

-

16/12/1991

1.90m

95kg

Centre

2

0

0

Julien Candelon

Narbonne

8/7/1980

1.72m

82kg

Wing

2

10

2

Sébastien Chabal

Racing-Metro

8/12/1977

1.87m

103kg

Flank/lock

62

30

6

Damien Chouly

Clermont Auvergne

27/11/1985

1.93m

102kg

Loose forward

21

5

1

Antonie Claassen

Brive

20/10/1984

1.94m

106kg

Loose forward

6

0

0

(x)Vincent Clerc

Toulouse

7/5/1981

1.77m

85kg

Wing

67

170

34

Yann David

Toulouse

15/4/1988

1.85m

102kg

Centre

4

5

1

Vincent Debaty

Clermont-Auvergne

2/10/1981

1.90m

120kg

Prop

25

0

0

Ibrahim Diarra

Montauban

25/5/1983

1.85m

98kg

Flank

1

0

0

Christophe Dominci

Stade Francais

20/5/1972

1.72m

83kg

Wing

67

125

25

Thomas Domingo

Clermont Auvergne

20/8/1985

1.73m

107kg

Prop

35

0

0

(*)Jean-Marc Doussain

Toulouse

12/2/1991

1.74m

90kg

Scrum/flyhalf

10

36

0

(x)Luc Ducalcon

Racing Metro

2/1/1984

1.83m

115kg

Prop

17

0

0

Brice Dulin

Agen

23/4/1990

1.78m

80kg

Fullback/wing

18

13

2

(x)Thierry Dusautoir
(CAPTAIN: 43)

Toulouse

18/12/1981

1.88m

95kg

Flanker

67

30

6

Pepito Elhorga

Agen

6/1/1978

1.78m

80kg

Fullback/Wing

18

15

3

Jean-Bapiste Elissalde

Stade Toulousain

23/11/1977

1.72m

72kg

Scrum/Flyhalf

35

212

4

(x)Patrice Estebanez

Brive

26/12/1981

1.88m

98kg

Centre

7

0

0

Benjamin Fall

Racing Metro

29/4/1989

1.86m

90kg

Wing

6

15

3

Lionel Faure

Sale Sharks

26/11/1977

1.86m

114kg

Prop

8

0

0

Gael Fickou

Toulouse

26/3/1994

1.90m

90kg

Centre

9

5

1

Alexandre Flanquart

Stade Francais

9/10/1989

2.04m

102kg

Lock

8

0

0

Anthony Floch

Clermont-Auvergne

12/2/1983

1.82m

80kg

Wing/fullback

4

5

1

Wesley Fofana

Clermont-Auvergne

20/1/1988

1.78m

88kg

Centre

27

45

9

Yannick Forestier

Castres

3/1/1982

1.80m

110kg

Prop

11

0

0

Florian Fritz

Stade Toulousain

17/1/1984

1.78m

96kg

Centre

34

24

3

Francois Gelez

Agen

15/1/1979

1.80m

84kg

Flyhalf

8

81

0

(x)Guilhem Guirado

Perpignan

17/6/1986

1.80m

99kg

Hooker

23

5

1

Sofiane Guitoune

Perpignan

27/3/1989

1.84m

92kg

Wing

2

5

1

(x)Imanol Harinordoguy

Biarritz

20/2/1980

1.90m

102kg

Eighthman/flank

82

65

13

(x)Cedric Heymans

Toulouse

20/7/1978

1.85m

90kg

Fullback/wing

59

80

16

Yoann Huget

Stade Toulousain

2/6/1987

1.90m

93kg

Wing

30

30

6

Raphaél Ibanez

London Wasps

17/12/1973

1.80m

96kg

Hooker

98

40

8

Lo Jacquet

Clermont-Auvergne

14/3/1985

1.98m

103kg

Lock

4

0

0

Yannick Jauzion

Toulouse

28/7/1978

1.93m

95kg

Centre

73

103

20

Nicolas Jeanjean

Stade Toulousain

13/5/1981

1.90m

89kg

Fullback/wing

9

10

2

Benjamin Kayser

Clermont Auvergne

26/7/1984

1.80m

102kg

Hooker

24

5

1

Daniel Kotze

Clermont Auvergne

28/3/1987

1.85m

126kg

Prop

1

0

0

Julien Laharrague

Brive

21/7/1978

1.85m

90kg

Fullback/wing

13

20

4

(x)Raphaél Lakafia

Biarritz

28/10/1988

1.93m

98kg

Eighthman

4

0

0

Gregory Lamboley

Stade Toulousain

12/1/1982

1.98m

100kg

Lock

12

5

1

Remi Lamerat

Montauban

14/1/1990

1.85m

100kg

Centre

3

0

0

Alexandre Lapandry

Clermont-Auvergne

13/4/1989

1.93m

101kg

Flank

10

5

1

Wenceslas Lauret

Biarritz

28/3/1989

1.85m

90kg

Flanker

7

0

0

Felix Le Bourhis

Montauban

7/4/1988

1.82m

87kg

Wing

1

0

0

Bernard le Roux

Racing Metro

4/6/1989

1.96m

111kg

Flank

8

0

0

Brian Liebenberg

Stade Francais

19/9/1979

1.87m

106kg

Centre

12

25

5

Camille Lopez

Bordeaux Begles

3/4/1989

1.75m

88kg

Fullback/flyhalf

2

3

0

Brice Mach

Agen

2/4/1986

1.78m

102kg

Hooker

3

0

0

Maxime Machenaud

Racing Metro

30/12/1988

1.73m

82kg

Scrumhalf

18

43

1

Yoann Maestri

Stade Toulousain

14/1/1988

2.00m

119kg

Lock

28

0

0

Julien Malzieu

Clermont-Auvergne

3/5/1983

1.93m

92kg

Wing

20

30

6

Sylvain Marconnet

Stade Francais

8/4/1976

1.82m

113kg

Prop

84

15

3

Remy Martin

Bayonne

10/8/1979

1.95m

107kg

Falnk/lock

23

15

3

(x)David Marty

Perpignan

30/10/1982

1.80m

86kg

Centre

40

60

12

(x)Nicolas Mas (CAPTAIN: 1)

Perpignan

23/5/1980

1.80m

110kg

Prop

73

0

0

Lionel Mazars

Bayonne

26/6/1984

1.83m

90kg

Centre

2

0

0

(x)Maxime Medard

Toulouse

16/11/1986

1.80m

88kg

Fullback/wing

40

60

12

Arnaud Mela

Albi

19/1/1980

1.97m

115kg

Lock

4

0

0

Alexandre Menini

TBC

5/8/1983

1.83m

110kg

Prop

2

0

0

(x)Maxime Mermoz

RC Toulonnais

28/7/1986

1.80m

86kg

Centre

27

10

2

Frédéric Michalak

RC Toulonnais

16/10/1982

1.78m

88kg

Flyhalf

71

377

10

Pierre Mignoni

Clermont-Averegne

28/2/1977

1.70m

75kg

Scrumhalf

28

30

6

(x)Romain Millo-Chluski

Toulouse

20/4/1983

1.94m

99kg

Lock

16

0

0

Olivier Milloud

Bourgoin

9/12/1975

1.85m

106kg

Prop

51

5

1

(x)Lionel Nallet

Racing Metro

14/9/1976

1.98m

116kg

Lock

74

45

9

Benjamin Noirot

Biarritz

17/12/1980

1.82m

110kg

Hooker

1

0

0

Yannick Nyanga

Stade Toulousain

19/12/1983

1.86m

92kg

Flank

39

30

6

(x)Fulgence Ouedraogo

Montpellier

21/7/1986

1.90m

94kg

No 8/flanker

36

5

1

(x)Alexis Palisson

Brive

9/9/1987

1.75m

75kg

Fullback/wing

21

10

2

(x)Pascal Papé (CAPTAIN: 3)

Stade Francais

5/10/1980

1.95m

115kg

Lock

54

15

3

(x)Morgan Parra

Clermont-Averegne

15/11/1988

1.80m

76kg

Scrum-/flyhalf

56

325

3

Jonathan Pélissié

Brive

6/6/1988

1.80m

82kg

Scrumhalf

1

0

0

Julien Peyrelongue

Biarritz

2/4/1980

1.87m

85kg

Flyhalf

6

3

0

(x)Louis Picamoles

Toulouse

5/2/1986

1.92m

106kg

Flanker/No 8

44

30

6

Adrien Plante

Perpignan

21/4/1985

1.84m

87kg

Wing

2

0

0

(x)Julien Pierre

Clermont Auvergne

31/8/1981

1.98m

106kg

Lock

26

5

1

Jules Plisson

Stade Francais

20/8/1991

1.84m

92kg

Flyhalf

4

3

0

Clément Poitrenaud

Toulouse

20/5/1982

1.87m

86kg

Fullback

46

35

7

Jerome Porical

Perpignan

20/9/1985

1.85m

87kg

Fullback

4

3

0

(x)Jean-Baptiste Poux

Stade Toulousain

26/5/1979

1.80m

105kg

Prop

42

15

3

Julien Puricelli

Bayonne

1/8/1981

1.95m

108kg

Flank

3

0

0

Thibaut Privat

Clermont-Auvergne

6/2/1979

1.98m

113kg

Lock

10

0

0

(x)Aurélien Rougerie

Clermont-Auvergne

26/9/1980

1.93m

93kg

Wing/centre

76

115

23

Christophe Samson

Toulon

1/3/1984

1.98m

107kg

Lock

5

0

0

Joe Schuster

Perpignan

29/6/1985

1.80m

105kg

Prop

2

0

0

(x)William Servat

Toulouse

9/12/1978

1.80m

100kg

Hooker

50

10

2

(x)David Skrela

Stade Francais

2/3/1979

1.90m

95kg

Flyhalf

22

110

0

Rabah Slimani

Stade Francais

18/10/1989

1.78m

110kg

Prop

10

0

0

Jocelin Suta

Toulon

18/11/1982

1.95m

112kg

Lock

5

0

0

(x)Dimitri Szarzewski

Racing Metro

26/11/1983

1.80m

96kg

Hooker

79

35

7

Remie Talès
(debut at 29:044)

Castres

2/4/1984

1.86m

88kg

Flyhalf

10

0

0

Romain Taofifenua

Perpignan

14/9/1990

2.00m

121kg

Lock

3

0

0

Benjamin Thiéry

Biarritz

2/6/1984

1.85m

85kg

Fullback/wing

4

0

0

Sebastien Tillous-Borde

Castres

29/81985

1.75m

76kg

Scrumhalf

9

5

1

Jérome Thion

Biarritz

2/12/1977

1.98m

114kg

Lock

54

5

1

Christophe Tolofua

-

31/12/1993

1.82m

117kg

Hooker

4

0

0

Julien Tomas

Montpellier

21/4/1985

1.83m

83kg

Scrumhalf

3

0

0

(x)Damien Traille

Biarritz

12/6/1979

1.90m

92kg

Fullback/centre

86

128

14

(x)Francois Trinh-Duc

Montpellier

11/11/1986

1.84m

82kg

Flyhalf/centre

49

70

9

Sebastien Vahaamahina

Brive

21/10/1991

2.00m

120kg

Lock

14

0

0

Yvan Watremez

Biarritz

21/4/1989

1.87m

110kg

Prop

1

0

0

(x)Dimitri Yachvili

Biarritz

19/9/1980

1.82m

81kg

Scrumhalf

61

373

2

(x) - Rugby World Cup 2011

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9. TEST RECORDS

Players

Most career tests

118

Fabien Pelous (1995-2007)

111

Philippe Sella (1982-1995)

98

Raphaél Ibanez (1996-2007)

93

Serge Blanco (1980-1991)

89

Olivier Magne (1997-2007)

86

Damien Traille (2001-2009)

84

Sylvain Marconnet (1998-2011)

82

Imanol Harinordoquy (2002-2012)

79

Dimitri Szarzewki (2004-2014)

78

Abdelatif Benazzi (1990-2001)

76

Aurélien Rougerie (2001-2012)

75

Julien Bonnaire (2004-2012)

74

Lionel Nallet (2000-2012)

73

Yannick Jauzion (2001-2011)

73

Nicolas Mas (2003-2014)

72

Christian Califano (1994-2007)

71

Olivier Brouzet (1994-2003)

71

Frédéric Michalak (2001-'10; 2012-'14)

71

Jean-Luc Sadourny (1991-2001)

70

Pieter de Villiers (1999-2007)

69

Roland Bertranne (1971-1981)

69

Philippe Saint-André (1990-1997)

67

Vincent Clerc (2002-2015)

67

Christophé Dominici (1998-2007)

67

Thierry Dusautoir (2006-2014)

64

Fabien Galthié (1991-2003)

63

Serge Betsen (1997-2007)

63

Michel Crauste (1957-1966)

63

Benoit Dauga (1964-1972)

62

Sébastien Chabal (2000-2010)

61

Philippe Benetton (1989-1999)

61

Jean Condom (1982-1990)

61

Oliver Roumat (1989-1996)

61

Dimitri Yachvili (2002-2012)

59

Cedric Heymans (2000-2009)

59

Jean-Pierre Rives (1975-1984)

56

Pierre Berbizier (1981-1991)

56

Franck Mesnel (1986-1995)

56

Laurent Rodriguez (1981-1990)

56

Morgan Parra (2008-2014)

55

Robert Paparemborde (1975-1983)

54

Thomas Castaigné (1995-2007)

54

Pascal Pape (2004-2014)

54

Jérome Thion (2003-2011)

52

Amedee Domenech (1954-1963)

51

Jean-Luc Joinel (1977-1987)

51

Jean Prat (1945-1955)

51

Walter Spanghero (1964-1973)

50

Michel Celaya (1953-1961)

50

Philippe Dintrans (1979-1990)

50

Olivier Milloud (2000-2007)

50

William Servat (2007-2012)

Most Consecutive Tests

46

Roland Bertranne (1973-1979)

45

Philippe Sella (1982-1987)

44

Michel Crauste (1960-1966)

35

Benoit Dauga (1964-1968)

Most Tests as Captain

43

Thierry Dusautoir (2008-2014)

42

Fabien Pelous (1995-2006)

41

Raphaél Ibanez (1998-2002; 2007)

34

Jean-Pierre Rives (1978-1984)

34

Philippe-Saint André1994-1997)

25

Daniel Dubroca (1986-1988)

24

Guy Basquet (1948-1952)

22

Michel Crauste (1961-1966)

21

Jacques Fouroux (1972-1977)

Most career points

380

Christophe Lamaison (37 tests)

377

Frédéric Michalak (71 tests)

373

Dimitri Yachvili (61 tests)

367

Thierry Lacroix (43 tests)

354

Didier Camberabero (36 tests)

325

Morgan Parra (56 tests)

267

Gérald Merceron ( 32 tests)

265

Jean-Pierre Romeu (34 tests)

252

Thomas Castaigné (53 tests)

233

Serge Blanco (93 tests)

212

Jean-Baptiste Elissalde (35 tests)

200

Jean-Patrick Lescarboura (28 tests)

183

Richard Dourthe (31 tests)

180

Michel Vannier (43 tests)

170

Vincent Clerc (66 tests)

166

Pierre Villepreux (34 tests)

162

Philippe Berot (19 tests)

139

Jean Prat (51 tests)

130

Emile Ntamack (46 tests)

128

Damien Traille (86 tests)

125

Lionel Beauxis (20 tests)

125

Christophé Dominici (67 tests)

115

Aurélien Rougerie (75 tests)

110

David Skrela (21 tests)

103

Yannick Jauzion (73 tests)

Most points in a test

30

Didier Camberabero (vs Zimbabwe, 1987, Auckland)

28

Christophe Lamaison (vs New Zealand, 1999, London)

28

Frédéric Michalak (vs Scotland, 2003, Sydney)

27

Guy Camberabero (vs Italy, 1967, Toulon)

27

Jean-Baptiste Elissalde (vs Namibia, 2007, Toulouse)

27

Christophe Lamaison (vs New Zealand, 2000, Marseilles)

27

Gérald Merceron (vs South Africa, 2001, Johannesburg)

26

Thierry Lacroix (vs Ireland, 1995, Durban)

26

Frédéric Michalak (vs Fiji, 2003, Brisbane)

25

Jean-Pierre Romeu (vs USA, 1976, Chicago)

25

Pierre Berot (vs Romania, 1987, Agen)

25

Thierry Lacroix (vs Tonga, 1995, Pretoria)

Most career tries

38

Serge Blanco (1980-1991)

34

Vincent Clerc (2002-2013)

32

Philippe Saint-André (1990-1997)

30

Philippe Sella (1982-1995)

26

Emile Ntamack (1994-2000)

26

Philippe Bernat-Salles (1992-2001)

25

Christophé Dominici (1998-2007)

23

Christian Darrouy (1957-1967)

23

Aurélien Rougerie (2001-2012)

20

Yannick Jauzion (2001-2011)

20

Patrice Lagisquet

19

Jean-Vincent Dupuy

18

Thomas Castaigné

17

Roland Bertranne

15

Guy Boniface

15

Cedric Heymans

Most tries in a test

4

A. Jaureguy (vs Romania, 1924, Paris)

4

Michel Celhay (vs Italy, 1937, Paris)

Most Conversions in a Test

11

Jean-Baptiste Elissalde (vs Namibia, 2007, Toulouse)

9

Guy Camberabero (vs Italy, 167: Toulon)

9

Didier Camberabero (vs Zimbabwe, 1987: Auckland)

8

Guy Laporte (vs Romania, 1987: Wellington, NZ)

Most career Conversions

61

Christophé Lamaison

53

Frédéric Michalak

51

Dimitri Yachvili

48

Didier Camberabero

45

Michel Vanier

42

Thomas Castaignede

39

Jean-Baptiste Elissalde

36

Gérald Merceron

35

Richard Dourthe

33

Morgan Parra

31

Thierry Lacroix

Most Penalties in a Test

8

Thierry Lacroix (vs Ireland, 1995: Durban)

7

Gérald Merceron (vs Italy, 2002: Paris)

6

Jean-Michel Aguirre (vs Argentina, 1977: Buenos Aires)

6

Christophé Lamaison (vs Scotland, 1997: Paris)

6

Christophé Lamaison (vs Italy, 1997: Auch)

6

Gérald Merceron (vs Ireland, 2000: Paris)

6

Gérald Merceron (vs South Africa, 2001, Johannesburg)

6

Gérald Merceron (vs Wales, 2002, Cardiff)

6

Frédéric Michalak (vs Fiji, 2003, Brisbane)

6

Dimitri Yachvili (vs England, 2005, London)

Most career Penalties

89

Thierry Lacroix

83

Dimitri Yachvili

78

Christophé Lamaison

61

Frédéric Michalak

58

Didier Camberabero

57

Gérald Merceron

56

Jean-Pierre Romeu

48

Morgan Parra

38

Jean-Baptiste Elissalde

33

Philippe Berot

33

Pierre Villepreux

Most Dropped Goals in a Test

3

Pierre Albaladéjo (vs Ireland, 1960: Paris)

3

Jean-Patrick Lescarboura
vs England, 1985: London
vs New Zealand, 1986: Christchurch

3

Didier Camberabero (vs Australia, 1990: Sydney)

Most career Dropped Goals

15

Jean-Patrick Lescarboura (28 tests)

12

Pierre Albaladéju (30 tests)

12

Didier Camberabero (37 tests)

11

Guy Camberabero (14 tests)

9

Frédéric Michalak (69 tests)

9

Jean-Pierre Romeu (34 tests)

8

Guy Laporte (13 tests)

8

Michel Vannier (43 tests)

6

Christophé Lamaison

6

Francois Trinh-Duc

5

Claude Lacaze

5

Alain Penaud

Team

Most Points in a Match

87

vs Namibia (87-10, Toulouse, 2007)

77

vs Fiji (77-10. Saint Etienne, 2001)

70

vs Zimbabwe (70-12, Auckland, 1987)

67

vs Romania (67-20, Bucharest, 2000)

64

vs Romania (64-12, Aurillac, 1996)

64

vs Georgia (64-7, Marseille, 2007)

62

vs Romania (62-8, Castres, 1999)

62

vs Romania (62-14, Bucharest, 2006)

61

vs Romania (61-3, Paris, 1924)

61

vs Fiji (61-18, Brisbane, 2003)

60

vs Italy (60-13, Toulon, 1967)

59

vs Romania (59-3, Paris, 1924).

56

vs Romania (56-8, Lens, 2003)

56

vs Italy (56-13, Rome, 2005)

55

vs Romania (55-12, Wellington, 1987)

53

vs Italy (53-27, Rome, 2003)

52

vs Romania (52-8, Tucuman, 1995)

51

vs Romania (51-0, Brive, 1993)

51

vs Romania (51-20, Bucharest, 1997)

51

vs Wales (51-0, Cardiff, 1998)

51

vs Scotland (51-16, Edinburgh, 1998)
(51-9, Sydney, 2003)

51

vs Japan (51-29, Townsville, 2003)

50

vs Canada (50-6, Nantes, 2005)

50

vs Italy (50-8, Rome, 2009)

Highest score against Individual countries

49

vs Argentina (49-10, Tucuman, 2012)

34

vs Australia (34-6, Paris, 1976)

50

vs Canada (50-6, Nantes, 2005)

28

vs Czechoslovakia (28-3, Toulouse, 1956)

37

vs England (37-12, Colombes, 1972)

45

vsd Ireland (45-10, Paris, 1996)

77

vs Fiji (77-10, St Etienne, 2001)

64

vs Georgia (64-7, Marseille, 2007)

60

vs Italy (60-13, Toulon, 1967)

51

vs Japan (51-29, Townsville, 2003)

87

vs Namibia (87-10, Toulouse, 2007)

43

vs New Zealand (43-31, London, 1999)

67

vs Romania (67-20, Bucharest, 2000)

51

vs Scotland
(51-16, Edinburgh, 1998)
(51-9, Sydney, 2003)

36

vs South Africa (36-26, Cape Town, 2006)

43

vs Tonga (43-8, Toulouse, 2005)

41

vs USA
(41-9, Denver, 1991)
(41-14, Wollongong, 2003)

51

vs Wales (51-0, London, 1998)

Highest score by Opposing Individual countries

41

Argentina (13-41, Buenos Aires, 2010)

59

Australia (16-59, Paris, 2010)

18

Canada (16-18, Ottawa, 1994)

6

Czechoslovakia (19-6, Prague, 1968)

48

England (19-48, London, 2001)

7

Georgia (64-7, Marseille, 2007)

31

Ireland (43-31, Paris, 2006)

19

Fiji (28-19, Toulouse, 1999)

27

Italy (53-27, Rome, 2003)

29

Japan (51-29, Townsville, 2003)

61


54

New Zealand (10-61, Wellington, 2007)
(7-54, Wellington, 1999)

21

Romania (33-21, Bucharest, 1991)

36

Scotland (22-36, Paris, 1999)

52

South Africa (10-52, Paris, 1997)

17

USA (3-17, Paris, 1924)

49

Wales (14-49, Swansea, 1910)

Most Tries in a Test

13

vs Romania (Paris, 1924)

13

vs Zimbabwe (Auckland, 1987)

13

vs Namibia (Toulouse, 2007)

12

vs Fiji (St Etienne, 2001)

11

vs Italy (Toulon, 1967)

10

vs Romania (Aurrilac, 1996)

10

vs Romania (Bucharest, 2000)

Most tries conceded in a Test

11

by Wales (Colombes, 1909)

9

by New Zealand (Wellington, 2007)

Most Consecutive Test Wins

10 matches

6/4/1931 - 17/10/1937

8 matches

8 matches

14/2/2004 - 13/11/2004
1998

Most Consective Tests without Defeat

10 matches

6/4/1931 - 17/10/1937
(10 wins)

10 matches

1958-1959 -
8 wins, 2 draws

10 matches

1986-1987 -
8 wins, 2 draws

Longest Losing sequence

18 matches

28/1/1911 - 17/2/1920

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