How many times have France won FIFA World Cup?
How many times have France won World Cup? France World Cup wins & titles? How many World Cup titles does France have? How many times have France won World Cup in history? Do you know how many times France won World Cup and how many finals they have played so far? Let’s know how many times have France won World Cup. Watch & Bet Football Live =>
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How many World Cup titles does France have?
How many times have France won World Cup? France have only won World Cup once and it was when France hosted World Cup. In the 1966 World Cup Finals France won their first, and only, World Cup title. Watch & Bet Football Live =>
|Team||Years won||Runners-up||Wins||Runners-up||Total finals|
How many times have France won World Cup? After playing the first final in 1998, France have done it in 2006 and 2018. France won two of the three World Cup finals in 1998 and 2018.
In the last three decades (1998-2022), France have only won World Cup twice (1998 and 2018). Watch & Bet Football Live =>
List of all World Cup finals played by France
Here is our list with all World Cup finals played by France in 1998, 2006 and 2018:
How many World Cup have France been in?
France entered World Cup in 1930 and have played in 16 of the 22 World Cup finals tournaments to 2022.
France were knocked out in qualifying tournaments for 1974, 1978, 1990 and 1994.
|France FIFA World Cup finals record|
|1934||Round of 16||9th|
|1950||Originally did not qualify, then invited, later withdrew|
|1962||Did not qualify|
|1970||Did not qualify|
|1990||Did not qualify|
|2026||To be determined|
How many times have France won World Cup?
France have won World’s premier competition on two occasion. Their first World Cup title arrived in 1998 and the second World Cup title arrived 30 years later in 2018.
Now the French national team have a chance to win their third World Cup title ever in history.
Who did France beat in the World Cup final recently?
France beat Croatia in their most recent World Cup final in 2018. Watch & Bet Football Live =>
How many times did France and Argentina face each other in the World Cup?
France and England have faced each other 12 times, and they faced each other three times in World Cup event.
|Games won by France:||3|
|Games won by Morocco:||6|
In 1930, France lost to Argentina in their first-ever meeting in World Cup. In 1978, Argentina had the final laugh 2-1. France avenged that loss when both sides met for the last time in 2018 with France winning 4-3.
|15 Jul 1930||France v Argentina||L||0-1||FIFA World Cup|
|03 Jun 1965||France v Argentina||D||0-0||International Friendly|
|08 Jan 1971||Argentina v France||W||3-4||International Friendly|
|12 Jan 1971||Argentina v France||L||2-0||International Friendly|
|25 Jun 1972||Argentina v France||D||0-0||Independence|
|18 May 1974||France v Argentina||L||0-1||International Friendly|
|26 Jun 1977||Argentina v France||D||0-0||International Friendly|
|06 Jun 1978||Argentina v France||L||2-1||FIFA World Cup|
|26 Mar 1986||France v Argentina||W||2-0||International Friendly|
|07 Feb 2007||France v Argentina||L||0-1||International Friendly|
|11 Feb 2009||France v Argentina||L||0-2||International Friendly|
|30 Jun 2018||France v Argentina||W||4-3||FIFA World Cup|
Argentina vs France Final World Cup 2022
|18th Dec||20:00||Argentina vs France||Watch&Bet>||H2H||Stream||Lineup|
How to watch France World Cup matches on TV & stream?
When it comes to World Cup streaming and France fixtures it’s up to the providers in France. The French providers decide how they want to broadcast it on TV and live streaming in France.
When it comes to World Cup TV Channels it’s often the same providers as the streaming service.
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