Paris 2024 Olympic Games: Can Les Bleues aim high at home?


In front of its audience, the French women’s team hopes to achieve a major Olympic tournament and conclude in style the reign of its coach Hervé Renard.

Not qualified for Tokyo 2020 (in 2021), the Blues hope to make their third participation in the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament a great moment of success. Boosted by their public and their status as host country, the French also intend to end in style the reign of their coach Hervé Renard, who, barring an improbable turnaround, will not return after the Olympics.

Finalist in the recent UEFA Nations League (2-0 defeat against Spain), France confirmed that it was making clear progress in the game and it was not the recent defeat against England in qualifying for UEFA EURO 2025 (1-0) which will undermine the morale of the troops. While waiting for the official list of players and the two other crucial matches for EURO 2025 scheduled for July 12 and 16 respectively against Sweden (in Dijon) and against the Republic of Ireland

France’s Group A matches

Kick-offs are shown in local time

Thursday July 25 France – Colombia | 9 p.m. | Lyon Stadium

Sunday July 28 France – Canada | 9 p.m. | Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne

Wednesday July 31 New Zealand – France | 9 p.m. | Lyon Stadium

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