Winner at home of the Netherlands, the French football team will travel to Ireland this Monday, March 27 for its second qualifying match for Euro 2024.
The French team has successfully entered the qualifying matches for Euro 2024 in Germany (June 14-July 14). The Blues won on Friday March 24 against the Netherlands 4 to 0. Vice-world champions, the France team will travel on Monday March 27 to the lawn of the Aviva Stadium in Ireland, which has not yet played in this group B. Coach Didier Deschamps should field the same starting lineup as against the Dutch. A victory would be very positive for the French who can take off at the head of the group this evening. In this meeting, the new captain of the French team Kylian Mbappé also has the possibility of surpassing Michel Platini in the history of the top scorers of the tricolor jersey. The current number 10 is only 3 goals away from the former glory of French football.
After Ireland, France will only play again next June. She will travel to Gibraltar before hosting Greece at the Stade de France. She will then have played all the matches of the first leg. The return phase will remain with the Blues, which will take place in two stages with the reception of Ireland in September. Then there will be the trip to the Netherlands in October. Finally, Didier Deschamps' men will welcome Gibraltar and they will finish with a final opposition in Greece in November.
The next matches of the France football team will all be linked to the qualifiers for Euro 2024. France are in Group B, alongside the Netherlands, Ireland, Greece and Gibraltar. Here is the match schedule:
Here is Didier Deschamps' latest list for the first Euro 2024 qualifying matches.