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England National Football Team Match No. 773

France 1 England 1 [0-0]

Saturday, 2 September 2000

France Pre-Match

 

France Squad for the Match against England September 2000
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
Anelka, Nicolas 14-Mar-1979 21 F Paris Saint-Germain FC 18 5
Barthez, Fabien 28-Jun-1971 29 G Manchester United FC, England 39 0
Blanc, Laurent 19-Nov-1965 34 D Internazionale Milano FC, Italy 96 16
Candela, Vincent 24-Oct-1973 26 D AS Roma, Italy 24 1
Desailly, Marcel 07-Sep-1968 31 D Chelsea FC, England 73 2
Deschamps, Didier 15-Oct-1968 31 M Valencia CF, Spain 102 4
Djorkaeff, Youri 09-Mar-1968 32 F 1.FC Kaiserslautern, Germany 68 26
Dugarry, Christophe 24-Mar-1972 28 F FC Girondins de Bordeaux 44 7
Henry, Thierry Daniel 17-Aug-1977 23 F Arsenal FC, England 22 9
Karembeu, Christian 03-Feb-1970 30 M Middlesbrough FC, England 45 1
Lama, Bernard 07-Apr-1963 36 G Stade Rennais FC 43 0
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
Leboeuf, Frank 22-Nov-1968 31 D Chelsea FC, England 31 3
Lizarazu, Bixente 09-Dec-1969 30 D FC Bayern München AG, Germany 59 2
Micoud, Johan 24-Jul-1973 27 M Parma AC, Italy 7 0
Petit, Emmanuel 22-Sep-1970 29 M Barcelona FC, Spain 42 3
Pires, Robert 29-Jan-1973 27 M Arsenal FC, England 39 6
Rame, Ulrich 19-Sep-1972 27 G FC Girondins de Bordeaux 3 0
Thuram, Lilian 01-Jan-1972 28 D Parma AC, Italy 62 2
Trezeguet, David 15-Oct-1977 22 F Juventus FC, Italy 22 11
Vieira, Patrick 23-Jun-1976 24 M Arsenal FC, England 31 0
Wiltord, Sylvain 10-May-1974 26 F Arsenal FC, England 18 6
Zidane, Zinédine 23-Jun-1972 28 M Juventus FC, Italy 60 16

Notes

The match was promoted as a celebration of France's triumph in the European Championship 2000 tournament, and the squad was composed of the 22 players who were on the French squad for that tournament.  All turned up at the festive Stade de France for the occasion; there were no withdrawals.

 

France Results
No. Date Opposition Venue Type F A Result H.T.
580 18-Aug-1999 Northern Ireland Windsor Park, Belfast F 1 0 AW [0-0]
581 04-Sep-1999 Ukraine Olympiyskyi, Kyyiv ECP 3 2 AW [1-1]
582 08-Sep-1999 Armenia Hrazden, Yerevan ECP 3 2 AW [1-1]
583 09-Oct-1999 Iceland Stade de France, Saint-Denis ECP 3 2 HW [2-0]
584 13-Nov-1999 Croatia Stade de France, Saint-Denis F 3 0 HW [1-0]
585 23-Feb-2000 Poland Stade de France, Saint-Denis F 1 0 HW [0-0]
586 29-Mar-2000 Scotland Hampden Park, Glasgow F 2 0 AW [0-0]
587 26-Apr-2000 Slovenia Stade de France, Saint-Denis F 3 2 HW [0-2]
588 28-May-2000 Croatia Zagreb F 2 0 AW [1-0]
589 04-Jun-2000 Japan Complexe Mohammed V, Casablanca T 2 2 ND [0-1]

4-2 on penalty kicks at end of regulation time; France advance to final of the King Hassan II International Cup Tournament 2000

590

06-Jun-2000 Morocco Complexe Mohammed V, Casablanca T 5 1 AW [1-0]

France won the King Hassan II International Cup Tournament 2000

591 11-Jun-2000 Denmark Stadion Jan Breydel, Brugge, Belgium ECF 3 0 NW [1-0]
592 16-Jun-2000 Czech Republic Stadion Jan Breydel, Brugge, Belgium ECF 2 1 NW [1-0]
593 21-Jun-2000 Netherlands Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam ECF 2 3 AL [2-1]
594 25-Jun-2000 Spain Stadion Jan Breydel, Brugge, Belgium ECF 2 1 NW [2-1]
595 28-Jun-2000 Portugal Stade Roi Baudoin, Bruxelles, Belgium ECF 2 1 NW [0-1]

1-1 full-time, 2-1 on golden goal in 22nd min. extra time.

596

02-Jul-2000 Italy Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam, Netherlands ECF 2 1 NW [0-0]

1-1 full-time, 2-1 on golden goal in 14th min.  extra time.  France won the European Championship 2000 final tournament.

597

16-Aug-2000 FIFA World Stars Le Stade Vélodrome, Marseille F 5 1 HW [2-0]

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