The France team is steady and August is going to be a busy one. The French Rugby Union officially announced, on Thursday, the four preparatory meetings for the fifteenth championship of France before the 2023 World Cup in France, which met within the framework of the “Summer Nations Series” event.
After completing two training camps in the Caribbean and Monaco in June and July, the 42 players from the France group will face Scotland in return on August 5 and 12. On the nineteenth, they host Fiji, and end their preparatory campaign on August 27 against Australia, after reducing the group to 33 players, which will take place on August 21.
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The Blues will be preparing for these meetings in Capbreton (Landes) throughout August, as is the case for the last Six Nations Championship. They will start the World Cup on September 8, against New Zealand.
Announcing 42 players on June 21, 2023
Preparatory course in Carpiagne (Bouches-du-Rhône) from 26 to 28 June
A preparatory course in Monaco from 2 to 14 July
Scotland-France, 5th August at Murrayfield
France and Scotland, August 12th in Geoffroy Guichard (Saint-Etienne)
France-Fiji, August 19 in La Beaujoire (Nantes)
Announcement of the restricted group of 33 players on August 21
France vs Australia, August 27 at Stade de France (Saint-Denis).
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