The French National Men's football team was founded in 1904. It is located at the French Stadium and is a national football team led by the French Football Association. France is a country that started football in Europe earlier, and participated in the establishment of the World Cup, the European Nations Cup and other events, and began to rise in the 1950s. In the 1958 World Cup, the French team led by the ace scorer Fang Dan won the World Cup third place. Dan created six 13-ball World Cup single-handed scoring records, so far no one can break. In 1984, the French team led by Platini won the European Championship. Platini's 5 goals and 9 goals are still the highest single goal score in the European Championship. With Deschamps as captain, Qidan, Henry, Petit, Desselli, Blanco, Thuram, etc. as the backbone, plus the gold generation of newcomers such as Trezegate and Pires, It is the champion of the 1998 World Cup, the 2000 European Championships, the 2001 and 2003 Confederations Cup. In the 2016 European Championships, the French team defeated the German team 2-0 to enter the finals, but 0-1 lost to Portugal and finished second. French striker Griezmann won the European Championship's best player and top scorer. As of 2017, the French national team has achieved 827 games, 403 wins, 173 draws and 251 losses, with a total score of 1460-1168 and a net win of 292, which is in the forefront of Europe. On June 30, 2018, the Russian World Cup knockout was officially launched. The first game was France vs Argentina. France 4:3 Argentina, entered the quarterfinals. On July 11th, Beijing time, France beat Belgium 1-0, and once again entered the World Cup finals in 12 years.