Rugby with 13 players on a team was introduced in France in 1934 by Jean Galia. It quickly attracted crowds of followers. The collection contains footage of the French team playing in test matches, the finals of the French championship and the French cup.See Theme-based collection
A collection devoted to French rugby players who have marked the history of the French team, from the 1950s to the present day. Forty-one players, chosen for their prowess and popularity, are the subjects of sub-collections that trace the highlights of their careers in their clubs or with the French national team.See Theme-based collection
An overview of the finals of the French rugby championship, from 1943 to 1998, featuring the finest French clubs, including Agen, Bayonne, Béziers, Bègles-Bordeaux, Biarritz, Lourdes, Stade Français and Toulouse.See Theme-based collection
An overview of some of the finest French rugby clubs, whose performances, players, supporters and regional identity have written some of the finest pages of the history of this increasingly popular sport.See Theme-based collection
This collection offers footage on the French rugby team in the World Cup, and the Grand Slams won by the Blues in the Five Nations, then Six Nations Tournaments. It also includes test matches against Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.See Theme-based collection
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