The French Football Federation (FFF) made official this Monday the holding of a friendly match between France and Germany, on June 10. Les Bleues will end their season with this meeting, which will be played in Strasbourg.
The French women’s team will meet Germany, 2003 and 2007 world champions, on Thursday 10 June (9:10 p.m.) in a friendly match in Strasbourg, the French Football Federation announced on Monday.
Then heading for the World Cup qualifiers
The Bleues of Corinne Deacon, fourth in the Fifa ranking, will end their 2020/21 season with this friendly opposition to Meinau against the selection of Dzsenifer Marozsan (OL) and Sara Däbritz (Paris SG), ranked second in the world. After the summer, the French will launch their qualifying phase for the 2023 World Cup with two successive trips to Greece and Slovenia, on September 17 and 21, according to the program communicated by the FFF.
In October and November, they will have three out of four matches at home: against Estonia (October 22), Kazakhstan (November 26) and Wales (November 30). There will be a distant trip on October 26 to Kazakhstan, a journey already made in October 2019 (3-0 victory) in the context of qualifying for the Euro.
The team of Wendie Renard and Marie-Antoinette Katoto, qualified for the European Championship scheduled for summer 2022 in England, will continue in April and September 2022 the qualifiers for the next World Cup organized in Australia and New Zealand.
Program of the French women’s football team:
– June 10, 2021: France – Germany (friendly) in Strasbourg
– September 17: Greece – France (qualification for the World Cup)
– September 21: Slovenia – France (qualification for the World Cup)
– October 22: France – Estonia (qualification for the World Cup)
– October 26: Kazakhstan – France (qualification for the World Cup)
– November 26: France – Kazakhstan (qualification for the World Cup)
– November 30: France – Wales (qualification for the World Cup)
– February 2022: friendly matches (program not communicated)
– April 8: Wales – France (qualification for the World Cup)
– April 12: France – Slovenia (qualification for the World Cup)
– July: European Championship in England
– September 2: Estonia – France (qualification for the World Cup)
– September 6: France – Greece (qualification for the World Cup)