Before embarking on the race for the European title, the Blues will face Wales and Bulgaria.
The France team will prepare for the Euro (June 11 – July 11) with two matches against Wales, in Nice on June 2, and Bulgaria, in Saint-Denis six days later, announced the French Federation of football (FFF) Thursday April 22.
Two preparation matches are on the program for the world champions, who will play a home match away from the Stade de France for the first time in two years. The Allianz Riviera in Nice was chosen to host this first preparatory meeting against the Welsh, semi-finalists of Euro 2016, on June 2. Didier Deschamps’ men will then return to their garden in Saint-Denis to face Bulgaria, 71st nation in the Fifa rankings, on June 8.
Then they will switch to European competition, postponed for a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, with a first match on June 15 in Munich against Germany, before facing Hungary and Portugal in Budapest on the 19th. and June 23 during the group stage.