The French team’s staff confirmed, Thursday, during a press conference, that the Blues will be based in Rueil-Malmaison during the 2023 World Cup, because they were unable to reside in Marcousi for reasons of fairness.
The Blues have made their choice! It is the luxury Renaissance Paris Hippodrome de Saint Cloud hotel in Rueil Malmaison, which will host the 15th edition of France during the 2023 World Cup. The rumor was confirmed on Thursday during a press conference in the presence of World Cup President Claude Accher, France 15th coach Fabien Galthe and Mayor of the city Patrick Ollier. During the World Cup, which will run from September 8 to October 28, the Blues will have to leave Marcuse’s bunker, in Essonne, for reasons of fairness with the other teams, and so have chosen Hauts-de-Seine to set up their base camp, and hopefully stay there as long as possible. . “ We wanted to free ourselves of any personal consideration by putting the France team in the same conditions as the other teams, and we are happy to have chosen Roel. Claude Atcher said. “We are very happy to prepare here, especially for the opening game. The New Zealanders have never lost a team match, so it is a great challenge to be taking on preparing ourselves here at Rueil Malmaison,” said Fabian Galthey for his part. The Blues already have their own habits in this hotel, where they stay. Before the matches at home in the Six Nations Championship.PSG is also a special agent there to prepare to calm down.The Russian team also stayed there during the 2016 European Football Championship.
The All Blacks will remain in Lyon
Since the summer of 2019, World Cup organizers have received more than 90 applications from cities wishing to host the team’s camp, and eventually, in the summer of 2021, each eligible selection received a list of the three proposals. One of the important criteria for finding a base camp, in addition to the comfort and quality of the facilities, is the transportation time to get to the various matches, Each team will spend less than sixteen hours transferring for its four group matches. In addition to France, nine teams have officially announced their venues for the 2023 World Cup: New Zealand in Lyon, Australia in Saint-Etienne, Wales in Versailles, Argentina in La Baule, Fiji in Bordeaux, Samoa in Montpellier. , Uruguay in Avignon, South Africa in Toulon and Scotland in Nice.
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