France XV: The Blues face the All Blacks in November 2024 and the Springboks in November 2025

France XV: The Blues face the All Blacks in November 2024 and the Springboks in November 2025

France’s XV schedule for the next two fall semesters is known. During these international windows, the Blues will meet the finalists for the 2023 World Cup, which will be held in France this fall (September 8 – October 28): New Zealand and South Africa. As revealed Olympic middayLe Parisien-Aujourd’hui in France, confirms that the Tricolors will face the All Blacks and Springboks respectively in November 2024 and November 2025.

The New Zealanders, who were dominated by Fabien Galthier’s men during their World Cup opener (27-13) at Stade de France, will challenge France’s XV at home on November 16, 2024. The All Blacks will form the main team. A series of home test matches began against Japan on 9 November and ended against Argentina, World Cup semi-finalists, on 23 November.

A year later, the Blues will meet the reigning double world champions, the Springboks, and the quarter-finalists (28-29) on October 15. Surprisingly, three matches have been released featuring 2023 World Cup quarter-finalists Fiji, and the Australians are also on the programme.

Note that the trial matches in the fall of 2026 will be replaced by the matches of the first edition of the Nations Cup. The French XV will welcome three non-European sides from New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Argentina, Fiji and Japan after facing three other teams over the summer.

Schedule for fall 2024 and 2025 tours

November 9, 2024: France and Japan

November 16, 2024: France-New Zealand

November 23, 2024: France-Argentina

November 8, 2025: France – South Africa

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November 15, 2025: France – Fiji

November 22, 2025: France – Australia

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