Les Bleues will face Australia, Japan and the United States in Sydney

In the previous week of the World Cup, the French women’s team will face three high-level selections: Australia, Japan and the United States.

As part of its preparation for the 2022 World Cup, the French women’s team will first face China at INSEP behind closed doors. Then, it will challenge Bosnia-Herzegovina in Marseille, twice (including one behind closed doors) before a triple confrontation against Belgium (two matches in Pau, one in Kortrijk). Then, she will travel to Australia, the venue for this edition, two weeks before the start of the competition (September 22). After recovering from jet lag, Les Bleues will get back to work and then face three world-class selections in Sydney: Australia (host country) on September 16, Japan (Olympic vice-champion) on September 18 and finally the United States (Olympic champions) on Monday, September 19. A high-level program to prepare for a high-level competition, while the group of Jean-Aimé Toupane should be seriously renewed with in particular the packages of Valériane Vukosavljevic and Endy Miyem.

dates Match Venue
Tuesday August 9 Beginning of the internship INSEP
Wednesday August 17 Practice match behind closed doors INSEP (Paris)
Saturday August 20 Practice match behind closed doors Sports Palace (Marseille)
France – Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sunday August 21 France – Bosnia and Herzegovina Sports Palace (Marseille)
Friday August 26 Beginning of the internship Paul
Thursday 1er september Practice match behind closed doors Sports Palace (Pau)
France – Belgium
Friday, September 2 France – Belgium Sports Palace (Pau)
Sunday September 4 Belgium – France Kortrijk (Belgium)
Friday, September 9 Transfer Australia
Friday September 16 France – Australia Sydney (Australia)
Sunday September 18 France – Japan Sydney (Australia)
Monday, September 19 France – United States Sydney (Australia)
Thursday September 22 to Saturday 1e October – World Cup 2022 Sydney (Australia)


June 20, 2022 at 1:03 am

Who wrote this paper?

Gabriel Pantel Jouve


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