Matthew Warnier, Media 365, was released on Wednesday, June 21, 2021 at 11:00 AM.
During the next fall tour, France XV hosts Argentina in the State de France, then ends in the Dionysian arena with a Test match against New Zealand in Bordeaux, Georgia.
The French Rugby Federation (FFR) has put an end to this mystery. Following the leak last May, plans for France’s XV’s next fall tour were formalized by the FFR this Wednesday. When Fabian Chaldean players travel to Australia this summer, under very specific health conditions, the Blues will play three games on their soil on November 6, 14 and 20. To begin with, France XV will receive the State de France on the lawn of Argentina, which was a valuable victory against the All Blacks during the last Rugby Championship. A meeting that comes when Blues was unable to undertake a summer tour of Argentina last year. In the process, the Blues will face the creation of a “Tier 2” to honor world rugby’s desire that the biggest nations of the world face the least amount of enemies during international windows.
A costume rehearsal to complete the tour
In fact, for the first time on the prairie of Matt Atlantic de Bordeaux, France XV will face Georgia for the second time in its history. The first fight between the two teams as part of the group stage of the 2007 World Cup and a meeting fourteen years after a clear victory over Marseille Blues (64-7). Finally, to complete this tour, you will have the opportunity to meet the Fabian Chaldean players. In fact, less than two years from the opening match of the 2023 World Cup, New Zealand will be the Blues’ opponent in the third and final match of the tour at the State de France. For all three meetings, the French Rugby Federation wants to open a public ticket office until June 15 and hopes to sell the French XV game.
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