The long-awaited start to Euro 2016 qualifiers in France has begun, with players and coaches making changes and introducing new players.
The European Championships begin on July 6 and conclude on June 25, with the final two matches played on June 27 in Lyon and Marseille.
France have won the last four of the qualifying rounds, taking three of the four qualifying games, with their second-place finish at the 2014 European Championships, against Sweden and Croatia, making them the favourites to advance to the quarter-finals.
This is the second qualifying campaign for the tournament, and in the past three seasons, the country has progressed to the knockout stages, the quarterfinals, the final and the final stage of the competition.
France’s squad for the final are set to be revealed on Friday.