This is the France 09/11 Football Shirt that was worn by the team during its unsuccessful World Cup campaign. This is also the French national team’s last home Adidas shirt. France will be outfitted by Nike from 2011 onwards. The new French Kit deal with Nike is worth 320 million euros over seven years ( the most expensive shirt deal ever)
This blue French home strip was worn by Les Bleus in their Group A games against Mexico and South Africa at the 2010 World Cup. Unfortunately for France, they ended up losing both home fixtures.
The shirt uses three colours- blue, white and red, which are also the colours of the French flag.
The Adidas logo and the famous cockerel ( French football federation logo) can also be seen.
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